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Jacqueline Russe

Jacqueline is a German journalist and editor for Babylon Radio who likes comics, manga and video games. She is a state-certified translator for both English and German, currently working on her Bachelor's in Technical Translation.


See the colours: Art Galleries in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / January 21, 2020

Are you interested in visual arts? Visit these beautiful art galleries in Ireland! Ireland has always been a country of the visual arts. Being an isolated country, it developed its own art styles during the early years of the Christianisation of Ireland in the fifth century. From the late 17th century onward, Irish artists became […]


Wilderness Express: Ireland’s six National Parks

By Jacqueline Russe / January 17, 2020

Ireland is known for having varied and spectacular scenery. If you want to see stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife, just visit one of Ireland’s six national parks. National parks are protected areas of natural beauty and habitat to numerous plant and animal species, even protected ones. For its size, Ireland has incredibly diverse nature, with […]


Top 10 traditional Irish restaurants

By Jacqueline Russe / January 15, 2020

Do you want to eat a typical Irish stew or some locally caught seafood? Try one of these traditional Irish restaurants! When coming to Ireland you shouldn’t miss out on traditional Irish cuisine. The country is known for its variety of spirits and beers, but what is a good drink without some fantastic food to […]


Metalhead Series: 7 Post Metal bands from Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / January 13, 2020

Had enough of mainstream heavy metal? Listen to these seven incredible post metal bands from Ireland. If you are not a fan of the hard guitar riffs, screams and growls associated with the more “heavy” metal, then this will probably be something for you. Post metal is still seen as a subgenre of metal, using […]


Upcoming Irish book releases January 2020

By Jacqueline Russe / January 9, 2020

If you need new books to add to your reading, look no further than our selection of some of the best upcoming Irish book releases happening this January. A new year always means new books to read and enjoy. We will get exciting new titles both by well-known authors as well as new and rising […]


Renting a car in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / January 8, 2020

Many people coming to Ireland rent a car to do a road trip around the island. But renting a car in Ireland can prove to be difficult if you don’t know what to look out for. It is not surprising that more and more people opt to rent a car or share it with another […]


How to get your prescription medication in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / December 18, 2019

Winter season is cold season! Do you know how to get your prescription medication in Ireland yet? As I’m writing this article I’m wiping my running nose, huddled under a bunch of warm blankets. My cold apparently decided to be resistant to the regular medicine you can get over the counter at the pharmacist, so […]


Karaoke bars in Dublin

By Jacqueline Russe / December 13, 2019

Don’t have any plans for New Year’s yet? Why not try partying in one of these karaoke bars in Dublin? I was told to stop singing Wonderwall. I said maybe… Not sure how to spend New Year’s Eve in Dublin? Why not do some karaoke with friends in one of the many karaoke bars in […]


Global Migration Film Festival 2019

By Jacqueline Russe / December 13, 2019

The 2019 Global Migration Film Festival in Ireland is coming up on 19 December, the International Migrants Day. The 2019 Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF) has been taking place in over 100 countries since 28 November. Next week it is Ireland’s turn to show some of the award-winning short films that were made by migrants […]


How to have a stress-free Christmas

By Jacqueline Russe / December 12, 2019

Christmas can be a stressful time due to many different reasons. What are these reasons, and is it possible to have a stress-free Christmas? Christmas is meant to be a time spent with family and to be merry. But for many people, this time of year can be rather stressful. Be it because you need […]

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