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Buy one – get one free!

By Natalia Ilina / November 11, 2017

Hurry, hurry. Or you’ll miss the special deal from Starbucks. Tomorrow, from 2p.m. to 5p.m., buy one Christmas drink, and get another one absolutely free. The offer includes Chestnut Praline Latte, Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulee Latte, Eggnog Latte, Holiday Spice Flat White and Teavana Joy brewed tea. Anything you want – you got it! You […]


Ireland’s First Cat Lounge Opened in Dublin!

By Gamze Yarsi / October 20, 2017

Cat Lounge finally opened its doors to the public in Dublin on 10th of October. This cat lounge was opened by Georgina O’Neill, an avid animal lover who was inspired by the cat cafés in Japan. Georgina said, “My brother was in Japan and it’s full of cat cafés and I was thinking ‘why don’t […]


October Exhibitions in Dublin!

By Gamze Yarsi / October 11, 2017

All the time Dublin open its doors to a lot of exhibitions. It is good to check their dates. And don’t forget to save dates for these amazing exhibitions! I Am Irish -Exhibition & Conversation I Am Irish is a celebration of diversity. After a highly successful launch at the London Irish Centre in celebration […]


Notes From Gamze

By Gamze Yarsi / October 3, 2017

Do You Need to Prune Yourself? Trees are pruned at certain times. Have you ever thought why they need it? The first and most important reason is undoubtedly to prolong their life and fertility. People need to prune from time to time, like trees. Sometimes we have to sit down and take time for ourselves […]


From ‘First Person’ to ‘First Person’

By Gamze Yarsi / September 25, 2017

Notes From Gamze From “First Person” to “First Person” Life begins with the first person. For a time, you stay as one person at a time among countless ones. You breathe, you crawl, you walk, you run, you see, you hear… In the beginning you don’t know anything, you begin to learn everything. Innocent days […]


A Stone in Your Shoe

By Gamze Yarsi / September 18, 2017

Notes From Gamze A Stone in Your Shoe You walk the road just like any other day, unaware of the things that await to happen; suddenly a tiny, sneaky little rock finds itself a place between your toes. It seems harmless at first; but gives you a discomfort as you continue to walk with it. […]


A Thought about Migration

By Jussara Ribeiro / September 14, 2017

  According with the IOM (International Organisation for Migration), the definition of Migrant is: ” (…) IOM defines a migrant as any person who is moving or has moved across an international border or within a State away from his/her habitual place of residence, regardless of (1) the person’s legal status; (2) whether the movement […]


Free Things To Do with Family in Dublin

By Christie Kandiwa / July 31, 2017

Family events might be hard to plan especially on a budget. Here is a curated list of ideas of places you can create memories with your family here in Dublin. Phoenix Park, At first, this might sound like an obvious choice but with 1’750 acres to explore, you can never get enough. This would be […]


Keane sisters turn wheelchairs into fashion statement

By Neha Katoch / July 8, 2017

They say by doing what you love, you inspire and awaken the hearts of others and the founders of Izzy Wheels, Ailbhe Keane and Isabel Keane, have successfully achieved it. The Irish startup with the tagline – ‘If you can’t stand up, stand out!’ is turning the wheelchair spoke guards into a fashion statement with […]


Heritage Sites To Visit in Dublin

By Christie Kandiwa / July 7, 2017

Aras An Uachtarain – The President’s Residence This is the residence of the President of Ireland. Guided tours are available (which last one hour) and include an introductory film at the Phoenix Park Visitor Centre, return transport to an tÁras, tour of the exhibition centre and the main state reception rooms. Directions Royal Hospital Kilmainham […]

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