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Bodytonic unveils Phibsborough record store in collaboration with Absys Records 

Bodytonic unveils Phibsborough record store in collaboration with Absys Records 

The recent National Record Store Day saw the launch of Racket, a new collaborative shop located at Cross Guns bridge near Phibsboro, in the basement of the Bernard Shaw pub. The shop is a joint effort executed by Bodytonic, a Phibsborough based music and event amalgamation, and another…

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

Nightclub opening hour bill hit with setback 

In a follow up to a story previously posted on The Liberty, the promise of nightclubs opening until 6am this summer seems to be breaking, after a significant push back from the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and the government.  A letter from the RSA was sent to then…

Mark Mehigan launches ‘This is Not a Self-Help Book’

Mark Mehigan launches ‘This is Not a Self-Help Book’

Many are familiar with comedian Mark Mehigan for his comedy gigs and podcasts, but recently, he has taken on a new title of author. Mehigan released his book, ‘This is Not a Self-Help Book’, detailing his struggles with addiction. The launch in The Sugar Club last month saw…

The uniqueness of Phibsborough’s Phizzfest

The uniqueness of Phibsborough’s Phizzfest

It’s that time of year again, where the streets of Phibsborough fill with fun, laughter, and art. Phizzfest…

Street trading: A dying culture in the Liberties?

Street trading: A dying culture in the Liberties?

Street trading has been part of Irish culture for generations. Irish women and men from the distant past…

Stoneybatter’s journey through gentrification

Stoneybatter’s journey through gentrification

From working class roots to a ‘creative quarter, vibrant Stoneybatter is a neighbourhood in Dublin rich in history…

The chequered history of Tailors’ Hall

The chequered history of Tailors’ Hall

A guild that clothed gentlemen, officers and servants. Ian Lumley, Heritage officer of an Taisce spoke to The…

Remembering Dublin’s late 20th-century ‘darkside’

Remembering Dublin’s late 20th-century ‘darkside’

Have you ever wondered what it was like to grow up ‘alternative’ in a conservative Ireland during the…

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Croppies’ Acre: A public park with a deep history

Croppies’ Acre: A public park with a deep history

The 1798 rebellion was the first time Irish republicans rebelled against the British empire, and the lost lives…

Shhh… we’re reading here! Dublin’s first Silent Book Club

Shhh… we’re reading here! Dublin’s first Silent Book Club

Once a month, Mish.Mash Art Cafe on Capel Street hosts a Silent Book Club. It is exactly what…

Jameson Distillery: The place to cure all your whiskey needs  

Jameson Distillery: The place to cure all your whiskey needs  

Jameson is an Irish whiskey that was founded by John Jameson in 1780. Jameson ‘s Bow Street Distillery…

The Paper Kites return to Dublin to headline Vicar Street

The Paper Kites return to Dublin to headline Vicar Street

Australian band The Paper Kites are returning to Dublin to headline Vicar Street on Sunday the 28th of…

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