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Juliane Girl

Hey, It's Juliane. I'm from the north of Germany where I study culture, language, and media. At the moment I'm working as an editor with Babylon Radio.

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Top 3 Events for Monday

By Juliane Girl / January 21, 2019

Floats in the Aether – Amanda Coogan On the centenary of the parliamentary vote for women in Ireland, and the election of Constance Markievicz as the first woman to the Parliament of the United Kingdom, artist Amanda Coogan was invited to create a new artwork at the National Gallery of Ireland. Floats in the Aether […]

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Top 5 Events for the Weekend

By Juliane Girl / January 18, 2019

Digg Deep – Concert Drawing influence from genres such as RnB, pop, groove/soul, and anything 70s/80s inspired, Digg Deep promises an irresistible sound and an energetic fling with styles. With a swirling mix of lush synths and brass, crisp guitar, and catchy vocal melodies, the songs take on a fresh original groove with chunks of […]

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Top 3 Events for Friday

By Juliane Girl / January 18, 2019

Homebrew with Brenna Carroll – Concert Homebrew & the Bad Examples are one of Ireland’s top Outlaw Country bands, playing everything from Hank Williams and George Jones and Faron Young to Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash, Western swing to psychobilly. Fast and loud – outlaw country done right. Place: Sin É, 14/15 Upper Ormond Quay, […]

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21 killed in Kenya hotel attack

By Juliane Girl / January 17, 2019

On Tuesday at around 12:00 GMT gunmen stormed the DusitD2 hotel and business complex in Nairobi opening fire on the hotel guests. Upon entering one of the men blew himself up in the hotel lobby. The assault resulted in a 19-hour standoff between police forces and terrorists with several hotel guests and employees barricading themselves […]

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Top 3 Events for Thursday

By Juliane Girl / January 17, 2019

Poetry Pamphlet Party Join Poetry Ireland for an evening of readings in celebrating the poetry pamphlet. Featuring readings by poets from published or forthcoming pamphlets: Soft Touch (Smith Doorstep) by Louise G. Cole, genuine human values (The Lifeboat) by Susannah Dickey, Little Deaths (Smithereens) by Seanín Hughes, Sexy Fruit (Broken Sleep Books) by Alice Kinsella, […]

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MPs vote down Brexit deal

By Juliane Girl / January 16, 2019

On Tuesday, MPs voted down the Brexit deal Prime minister Theresa May had negotiated with the EU, by an overwhelming majority. With 432 of the votes against the deal and only 202 in favor of it, the only offer on the table has been rejected leaving the UK without a contract only 10 weeks before […]

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Top 3 Events for Wednesday

By Juliane Girl / January 16, 2019

Intimacy and Presence – Street Art Workshop “I often spend months thinking, exploring, developing, refining and realizing a single idea. My work conveys an emotional response to the society in which I am present. Both personal trauma and my career as a teacher have influenced who and what I highlight in my work.” Joe Caslin […]

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MPs vote Brexit deal today

By Juliane Girl / January 15, 2019

MPs are getting ready to vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal today after the 5-day debate draws to a close. Voting will start at 7 GMT after a final speech by May at 6:30. The widely unpopular deal is expected to be refused by the parliament with MPs from May’s own party joining the opposition […]

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Top 3 Events for Tuesday

By Juliane Girl / January 15, 2019

Island of the Hungry Ghosts – Documentary The IFI shows this feature-length documentary film as part of the First Fortnight Festival. Island of the Hungry Ghosts is set on the remote Christmas Island. Poh Lin is a trauma counselor living on the remote Christmas Island with her young family. She works with people trying to […]

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Top 3 Events for Monday

By Juliane Girl / January 14, 2019

“Si Può Fare” – Film screening The IIC hosts a mental health-related film screening as part of First Fortnight Mental Health and Arts Festival 2019. Nello is the recently hired director of a newly developed work cooperative of former mental patients in 1980s Italy. After the closure of state psychiatric hospitals and asylums in Italy […]

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