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Diving into the Irish comic book scene

Diving into the Irish comic book scene

Young graphic artist Barry O’Sullivan tells the Liberty about the challenges of doing exciting work in the small indie space – and of getting noticed. Barry O’Sullivan, a 26 year-old…

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June

<strong>Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s annual Pride Party is taking over Vicar Street this June</strong>

Victoria Secret and Davina Devine’s Pride festivities are back – taking over Vicar Street with their annual Pride Party, this June. Victoria and Davina’s Pride Party is one of Dublin’s…

Does non-alcoholic beer stand a chance in Ireland’s drinking culture?

Does non-alcoholic beer stand a chance in Ireland’s drinking culture?

Free pints of Ireland’s most beloved beverage, Guinness, during St Patrick’s Day weekend? That’s right: there were 50,000 of them, and the only thing missing was the alcohol.  The move…

The Restoration of Kilmainham Mill

The Restoration of Kilmainham Mill

Kilmainham Mill sits still-derelict on the Camac River in the centre of Kilmainham and is thought to be the last surviving mill complex in the city.  Since 2014, multiple ‘Save…

The Pen Corner has written its final chapter

The Pen Corner has written its final chapter

Dublin lost a piece of history last May with the closure of the beloved stationary shop, The Pen Corner – last month its replacement begun the work of moving in.  …

The biodiversity crisis in the city

The biodiversity crisis in the city

Foxes on the streets and bee-friendly meadows in city parks – it might look like Dublin’s wildlife is making a comeback. But problems remain, and there’s much more we can…

The Liberties greening strategy, eight years on

The Liberties greening strategy, eight years on

The Liberties greening strategy was unveiled by Dublin City Council in 2015 with a goal to increase the number of new parks and amenities in the area. The greening strategy…

Bonus payment from Government due to economic crisis

Bonus payment from Government due to economic crisis

Due to a new round of supports agreed by the Government, all social welfare recipients will receive an extra €200 bonus payment. The support is set to total €1.25 billion.…

Barbers – Grangegorman’s dog and student friendly gem

Barbers – Grangegorman’s dog and student friendly gem

“Dogs are welcome, humans are tolerated” A witty phrase plastered behind the old oak bar captures the vibe at the Barbers bar.  The Barbers opened its doors under this name…

Thousands attend anti-racism march in Dublin

Thousands attend anti-racism march in Dublin

Tens of thousands of people in Dublin “celebrated diversity” in the ‘Ireland For All’ anti-racism march on Saturday. Supporters gathered in Parnell Square and marched to the Customs House in…

Ongoing accommodation crisis affecting students in Dublin

Ongoing accommodation crisis affecting students in Dublin

The struggle to find housing has long been a problem for many college students across Dublin – and it just seems to be getting worse.  Due to the lack of…

Mother Cultúr Club at Collins Barracks for St Patrick’s Festival

Mother Cultúr Club at Collins Barracks for St Patrick’s Festival

Queer space Mother is hosting an event on March 16 at St Patrick’s Festival Quarter in the courtyard of the National Museum at Collins Barracks in Dublin. Mother will be…