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Drawing life in the Liberties

Drawing life in the Liberties

Drawing the Liberties classes are well underway at the Robert Emmet Community Development Project (RECDP) centre on Usher Street. The art classes, open to any adults interested in sparking their…

Aloft Hotel finally launches for business

Aloft Hotel finally launches for business

Aloft Hotel on Mill Street has finally officially ‘launched’ after being in business for six months.  The delay was due to the renovation of its connecting gastro pub, Tenters, which…

Players Please highlights the importance of sustainable urban development

Players Please highlights the importance of sustainable urban development

The former Player Wills tobacco factory has sat derelict on the South Circular Road since European restructuring moved manufacturing out of Ireland in 2005. However, locals are keen to ensure…

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Councillors concerned for future of street art

Dublin City Council is working to reactivate a subcommittee dealing with street art after a Subset mural was ordered to be removed. The mural in Portobello depicts David Attenborough and…

How will Brexit affect the Liberties?

How will Brexit affect the Liberties?

As we go to press, Britain is at last due to leave the European Union, though whether and how it happens is still uncertain. The journey has seen many proposals,…

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

The Liberty Visits Vaults Live

This week the Liberty visited one of the newest and most creative tourist attractions in Dublin 8 – Vaults Live.  The Vaults tell the stories of six “infamous” characters in…

World Cleanup Day marked in Dublin City

World Cleanup Day marked in Dublin City

This Year’s World Cleanup Day which took place on the 21st September saw an increased number of volunteers who gathered to rescue Dublin from waste. Ireland’s Cleanup Day was organised…

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Your guide to Culture Night in the Liberties

Culture Night has been a staple of the Irish calendar ever since its launch in 2006, and remains one of the busiest nights of the year. It grew from a…

Dublin guided tour with electric bikes.

Dublin guided tour with electric bikes.

Spring is here and as the temperatures are starting to warm-up, that may have you thinking about getting ready for outdoor activities. Three times a day, around 20-30 people gather…

D8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion launch

D8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion launch

Dublin 8 & Bluebell Parents Association for Autism Inclusion was launched last Friday afternoon, in Bluebell.   The group was organised by five mothers, who very well know what it…

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

The Digital Hub launch new exhibit FACETS

Last Thursday, a new exhibition called FACETS launched at The Digital Hub in Dublin 8. The work-in-progress exhibition showcases award-winning photographer Mandy O’Neill’s exploration of The Liberties, and her response…

Local historian’s latest book examines the Liberties during the rare old times

Local historian’s latest book examines the Liberties during the rare old times

“That’s why I’ve written this book on the Liberties, so that people will remember that it is an amazing place. To me, it is probably Dublin’s most unique neighbourhood, for…

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