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Patrick’s Park – a resting place surrounded by history

Patrick’s Park – a resting place surrounded by history

One of the lovely city parks, beside St Patrick’s Cathedral in the heart of the Liberties, should be on your list for a visit. St Patrick’s Park, in the Liberties,…

Let’s call out catcalling

Let’s call out catcalling

We all know a woman in our life that has experienced catcalling, unwanted male attention or even antisocial behavior onboard public transport. Unfortunately, that is the reality of what life…

The Liberties is up and running – in a new local club 

The Liberties is up and running – in a new local club 

Sun, rain, or stone, with the Liberties near home, there’s no need to run alone! The Liberties Running Club is the brainchild of three runners local to The Liberties, Dave…

Rooted in sustainability: Noms in Phibsboro

Rooted in sustainability: Noms in Phibsboro

Since opening in 2018, located on the North Circular Road, Noms offers a wide range of organic and natural foods and products to the public. The health store also features…

Win For The Weavers: Liberties group takes home Pride of Place Award

Win For The Weavers: Liberties group takes home Pride of Place Award

The Liberties Weavers were crowned winners at the 2023 IPB Pride of Place awards. The group, based in The Timberyard on Cork Street, claimed first place in the ‘Creative Place…

Operation Twin Tracks: Rail safety day meets public cynicism

Operation Twin Tracks: Rail safety day meets public cynicism

On November 16, the yearly “Operation Twin Tracks” was conducted by An Garda Síochána with the aim to improve “rail safety” and “community engagement”. However, many still feel that not…

The Libertrees – Trees facing the axe as part of ongoing urban development initiatives 

The Libertrees – Trees facing the axe as part of ongoing urban development initiatives 

In recent weeks, locals have witnessed the removal of many trees in different parts of Dublin 8 including Cork Street, Rialto Bridge and Weaver Square. The tree removal by developers has…

Love and time is all we have: ‘Love Tempo’ to replace iconic Clock pub

Love and time is all we have: ‘Love Tempo’ to replace iconic Clock pub

A new music-led bar, Love Tempo, is coming to the Liberties – setting up shop on the site of the former iconic Thomas Street pub, The Clock. Much to the…

The Georges Street Arcade: Over 140 years and still going strong

The Georges Street Arcade: Over 140 years and still going strong

This quaint little picturesque shopping market, was originally, in 1881, Dublin City’s first purpose built Victorian shopping centre. The George’s Street Arcade has been around and serving the shoppers of…

The history and mystery of Goldenbridge Cemetery

The history and mystery of Goldenbridge Cemetery

Number 8, St. Vincent Street West in Inchicore, Dublin 8, in the heart of The Liberties is home to Goldenbridge Cemetery, a place rich in history that you may pass…

Vibrant vibes and a clear mind: A night at Club Loosen’s ‘Sober Rave’ at The Complex

Vibrant vibes and a clear mind: A night at Club Loosen’s ‘Sober Rave’ at The Complex

In Dublin, where partying and alcohol often go hand in hand, there’s a refreshing alternative on the rise. Club Loosen, a high-energy sober rave/party founded by Paul Walsh, is breaking…

Dublin Bus introduces first ever Phoenix Park bus service – route 99 

Dublin Bus introduces first ever Phoenix Park bus service – route 99 

A link has finally been made between Europe’s largest enclosed public park and Dublin City’s existing public transportation system.   Route 99 is now running from the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre…