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Matthew O’ Neill Interview

Matthew O’ Neill Interview

Matthew O’Neill is a vivacious, charming and very popular man in his hometown of Portmarnock in County Dublin. He is a fanatical Manchester United and Celtic supporter, and he also…

An interview with Suzanne Behan, the granddaughter of the ’50 Francis Street Photographer’

An interview with Suzanne Behan, the granddaughter of the ’50 Francis Street Photographer’

The Liberties is constantly evolving. From idyllic green spaces to luxurious student abodes, the battle to harmonise the traditional with the contemporary is ongoing. But it is the people of…

Paul McGrath mural pops up in Inchicore

Paul McGrath mural pops up in Inchicore

A superb mural depicting St. Patrick’s Athletic legend Paul McGrath has popped up in Inchicore.                 McGrath, who made his professional debut for…

From biscuits to battles: New Exhibition looks at the history of Jacob’s Biscuits

From biscuits to battles: New Exhibition looks at the history of Jacob’s Biscuits

Whether it’s the role it played in the 1916 Rising, hearing that your great aunt worked there back in the 1930s or the great debate of what is the ultimate…

Smithfield ‘horse boy’ surprised to see his picture on the wall

Smithfield ‘horse boy’ surprised to see his picture on the wall

‘Horse boy’ has brought a new lease of life to Smithfield’s Stirrup lane. The large mural on the gable end of Vincent O’Donoghue’s semi-detached house, just around the corner from…

A Look at Camden Street’s newest bar

A Look at Camden Street’s newest bar

Although The Commitments is twenty six years old, Jimmy Rabbitte’s pub on Camden Street is an easy place to imagine where the crew of Roddy Doyle’s classic Dublin creation might…

Culture Night

Culture Night

Culture Night came back last month for its 13th year and was bigger than ever.                   With an attendance of up to…

PARK (ing) Day

PARK (ing) Day

What is PARK(ing) day? Well, the concept of PARK(ing) Day is simple: on the third Friday of every September, local businesses turn a parking space outside their building into a…

Flee to the Dublin Flea Market

Flee to the Dublin Flea Market

The Dublin Flea Market, which has been open since 2008 now has over 60 stalls is a monthly market that takes place the last Sunday of every month in Newmarket…

St. Audeon’s Wiz Kids

St. Audeon’s Wiz Kids

St Audeon’s National School is tucked away in one of Dublin’s oldest communities, the Liberties. In the midst of Dublin’s bustling city, this school is getting to grips with new…

The Brazen Head

The Brazen Head

Ireland’s oldest pub The Brazen Head,  located on Bridge Street, Dublin, dates back to 1198. Photographs from 1916, American police badges and money notes adorning the walls provides vibrance and…

Antique focus

Antique focus

Despite the growing modern digital business in the Liberties, a stroll through Francis Street’s antique quarter will charm you with the unique traditions of the past. Its history as an…

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