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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 […]


Intercultural Family Day with Fabu D

By Leora Mansoor / December 12, 2019

Are you looking for an opportunity to engage with your community on a more meaningful level? The NCP’s intercultural family day is the perfect place and absolutely free On Saturday the 14th the likes of Fabu-D, David Stanton and various community groups will come together for an intercultural family day full of fun, food and […]


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 […]


Dublin International Food Markets: Moore Street

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 11, 2019

Whether you ask someone born and raised Irish, or newly arrived in Dublin, all will tell you that Moore Street is the best place in Dublin to go to stuff your bags with healthy, international and genuinely fresh food. It is also one of the best streets in the city full of international food markets, […]


A history of Cahir

By Leora Mansoor / December 11, 2019

A history of Cahir: the delightfully sleepy little town you’ve probably never heard about – but should To most, Cahir is a small, sleepy little town in the county of Tipperary with a famously in-tact castle and not much else. But to those who know it well, it is a charming place full of life […]


Human Rights Day: Happy Holidays from around the globe!

By Emma Grove / December 10, 2019

Happy Human Rights Day everyone! This secular holiday is celebrated every year across the world in mid-December. But how did this holiday come to be? And how is it observed around the world? Read more to find out! Happy holidays from around the globe Babylon babes! It’s Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Winter Solstice time, but what of the lesser […]


New classics: Irish vegan recipes

By Leora Mansoor / December 10, 2019

Want a wholesome, traditional Irish meal but can’t find anything that caters to both your old fashioned and vegan needs? Well look no further! These hearty Irish vegan recipes will sort you right out. It is no secret that, when talking about food, Irish vegan recipes are words that historically have never gone together – […]


FLYEfit helps you work out your mental health. On the cheap

By Peter Dlhopolec / December 10, 2019

FLYEfit: an exercise in low-cost gym operation that works out for gym owners and goers alike. The low-cost gym chain FLYEfit has tweeted it will be opening another gym at Jervis Street, its first branch right in the city centre. This Irish chain of gyms, most of their current 15 scattered around Dublin, has been […]


Christmas Eve traditions around the world

By Leora Mansoor / December 6, 2019

Not sure what to do this Christmas Eve? This list of Christmas Eve traditions from around the world may help bring something new to your yuletide celebrations this year. Of course, every family has their own Christmas Eve traditions that are unique to them, especially in the multicultural world we live in nowadays. It is […]


The fortune tellers in Dublin

By Mia Kim / December 5, 2019

The fortune tellers in Dublin   There are so many things in the world that cannot be explained. For centuries, fortune tellers have been helping people solve problems by providing answers to things they want to know. A fortune teller not only talks about money, but also about luck or business, and even love. They […]

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