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Bowler Hats and Bare Feet Exhibition

Bowler Hats and Bare Feet Exhibition

This year the St Nicholas of Myra Heritage Centre launched the photo exhibition Bare Feet and Bower Hats in honour of the 1913 centenary. The exhibition was launched on the…

Dublin City Hall’s lunchtime lectures

Dublin City Hall’s lunchtime lectures

Dublin City Hall are running a series of lunch-time lectures during the month of October. Every Tuesday this month, speakers will talk on the overall theme of Dublin Anniversaries, covering…

Where the bridge has no name

Where the bridge has no name

Over 10,000 people have submitted suggestions on the naming of Dublin city’s latest bridge.…

Save the date! Liberties Festival 2013

Save the date! Liberties Festival 2013

The festival line up will feature the usual beloved community events such as the Blue Rinse Ball & Talent Competition, and the Children's Talent Competition.…

Street artist Maser brings history to life

Street artist Maser brings history to life

Graffiti artist Maser has completed his latest mural outside the Sugar Club on Dublin’s Leeson Street.…

The Lockout, 100 years on

The Lockout, 100 years on

The 1913 Lockout wasn’t just about the desire for better working conditions and wages on the part of the working class; it was also about key social issues, writes Martin…

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