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Ireland’s last Vincentian church, in the heart of Phibsborough

Ireland’s last Vincentian church, in the heart of Phibsborough

Phibsborough is a place that prides itself on its history and togetherness. Whether that be through supporting Bohemians football club or the Irish national side at Dalymount Park, through its…

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 April.  The Aussie band are touring their latest album ‘At the Roadhouse’,…

Liberties Gate – a review of the restaurant in the Hyatt Centric

Liberties Gate – a review of the restaurant in the Hyatt Centric

The Liberties Gate Bar & Restaurant is located on Dean Street near Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in the Liberties. Open Monday to Friday from 7am to 10.30 pm and from 11:00…

Smithfield Horse Fair: A tradition which is part of the Smithfield culture

Smithfield Horse Fair: A tradition which is part of the Smithfield culture

Horse owners, traders, and equestrians have once again gathered at Smithfield Square for their monthly horse fair, which is attended by people from across Dublin and well beyond. The event…

CSO’s crime release reveals Dublin had a large increase in robbery related crimes

CSO’s crime release reveals Dublin had a large increase in robbery related crimes

The latest CSO figures for crime in Q3 of 2023 make for grim reading of the Dublin area. Figures released on the 25th of March show that Dublin had a…

Italian Quarter – Meet some of the businesses creating a slice of Italy in Dublin city centre

Italian Quarter – Meet some of the businesses creating a slice of Italy in Dublin city centre

Behind Jervis Shopping Centre, in a small lane by the Quays, you’ll find Bloom Lane. Bloom Lane has been unofficially named ‘Italian Quarter’ due to an urbanisation project by Mick…

Review: The Lighthouse Cinema.

Review: The Lighthouse Cinema.

What’s the experience like in one of Smithfield best known venues? So, I’m going to let you in on a little secret….  I’m not from Dublin, and I don’t even…

Iveagh Market repairs to begin despite ongoing legal battle 

Iveagh Market repairs to begin despite ongoing legal battle 

The first stage of repairs to the historic Iveagh Gardens will be completed in the next few weeks, although it could take up to two years for the building to…

Skyview Tower – the old chimney with a view

Skyview Tower – the old chimney with a view

In the heart of Smithfield, the Generator Skyview tower is a sight to behold. At a height of 60 metres the tower is one of Dublin’s tallest buildings. What makes…

Merchants Quay Ireland – respite from the ravages of life

Merchants Quay Ireland – respite from the ravages of life

Merchants Quay is a unique place in the centre of the city for people to go for a cup of tea, a chat or more. The Liberty is on a…

Vintage pop-ups connect to the environment

Vintage pop-ups connect to the environment

The younger generations continue to embrace ‘pre-loved’ clothes over fast-fashion brands. In the last few years, there has been an increase in the number of vintage pop-up shops in Dublin.…

St Patricks Day kicks off right at the heart of the city: Dublin 7 

St Patricks Day kicks off right at the heart of the city: Dublin 7 

The Festival Quarter returned to Collins Barracks this year where the craic was found all day on the 16th and 17th of March. After last year’s festivities, the St. Patrick’s Festival…