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Digital Hub continues to operate

Digital Hub continues to operate

Last year the Government announced that the Digital Hub Development Authority is being wound down and its ‘campus’ redeveloped – but while those plans are being worked out, it’s still…

14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

14th annual Liberties Fun Run moves to September

The Liberties annual Fun Run for St James’s Hospital Foundation – traditionally held on a Wednesday in July – will take place on Sunday, September 4th at 10am, starting at…

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

Exploring what’s on your doorstep: Culture Date with Dublin 8

‘Culture Date with Dublin 8’ is set to take place on 14th and 15th of May this year with events, tours, workshops, and activities planned for across the district. Culture…

Sunny and not so funny sides of Weaver Park

Sunny and not so funny sides of Weaver Park

It’s a welcome addition to the area – but the new park on Cork Street attracts a lot of skaters and a little bit of trouble. Weaver Park was opened…

We LOVE Markets

We LOVE Markets

A new monthly market has come to the Liberties. Taking place once a month under St Thomas’ Tower, the new market run by the Digital Hub will appear once a…

New audio guides of historic cemeteries include the Cabbage Garden

New audio guides of historic cemeteries include the Cabbage Garden

Dublin City Council (DCC) has created new audio guides for some of Dublin’s historic cemeteries, with one of them including the Cabbage Garden off Cathedral Lane in the Liberties.   In…

‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

‘Living in a city where your address does not limit your access to opportunities’

The Liberate Youth Programme aims to make room for positive change for young people in the Liberties community. Solas Project launched their new Liberate youth programme space at the Coombe…

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

New Michelin stars light up Dublin 8

Three restaurants in Dublin 8 celebrate being awarded prestigious food accolades last month.   The much sought-after Michelin Awards for excellence in cuisine were announced and local restaurants stood their ground…

Year of the French: a visiting student explores Kilmainham Gaol

Year of the French: a visiting student explores Kilmainham Gaol

An Erasmus student from France tries to understand the meaning of the famous site in Dublin 8, a major tourist attraction and part of the story of the fight for…

The evolution of Meath Street

The evolution of Meath Street

Long-time residents say it’s changing. The younger generation moving in say it’s still the heart of Dublin City. Either way, no one can deny that Meath Street has evolved.   Walking…

New student campus on the blocks

New student campus on the blocks

A new student accommodation block with controversial ‘co-living’ spaces is set to rise on the site of Phibsboro shopping centre. In 2020, MM Capital (owners of the shopping centre) sought…

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

The Irish Museum of Modern Art’s latest exhibit tackles important issues such as feminism, migration, racism, and much more. Intro  Modern and contemporary art can be confusing and hard to…

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