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Danny G: Activism, Marvin Gaye and the Major 7ths

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 20, 2019

Daniel Groenland is not a name that would register in the minds of many but say Danny G and you get pulses racing.  Danny G is one of Dublin’s biggest performers and he is famous for performing with his band which he calls the Major 7ths.  Describing his early days as a performer, Danny G […]

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Top 3 events for 19th of September in Dublin

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 19, 2019

In typical Babylon Radio fashion, we bring you the three best events for Thursday, 19th of September. Guinness 232°C Bonobo Chefs such as  Bia Rebel, Grálinn and La Cocina Cuevas will create meals featuring the very best Irish beef, chicken, and pork cooked over a fire. Live music from the likes of David Kitt, Sally […]

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Getting to know Libyan-Irish songstress Farah Elle

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 19, 2019

With a soothing voice and charming smile, Libyan-Irish singer Farah Elle has captured the attention of thousands of Dubliners.  The singer-songwriter strongly believes that music can be a means of bringing people together and growing in the world.  Speaking to Babylon Radio ahead of the BlueFire festival where she will be performing, Farah said music […]

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We want everyone to feel welcome – BlueFire CEO Keren Jackson

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 19, 2019

Diverse, multicultural, thrilling and fun. That is what the BlueFire Festival want to be.  The festival, which is in its 7th year and promotes interculturalism, was the brainchild of then 19-year-old Keren Jackson who had just moved back to Ireland after a few years in Barcelona.  The 2019 BlueFire festival will be held on Saturday, […]

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Here is everything you need to know about the Bluefire festival

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 17, 2019

The much anticipated 2019 Bluefire Festival is upon us. The one-day, all-ages festival will take place on Saturday 21st September in Smithfield Square, Dublin. This is the 7th festival which holds annually in Dublin. BlueFire is the first Irish organisation to launch a Music Declares Emergency stage with live music. The event which is going […]

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The Shaw is gone? Here are five options to fill the void

By Julia Tereno / September 15, 2019

The Bernard Shaw is closing its doors for good this October, another cultural loss to the city of Dublin, which has seen several such pubs and spaces close in the past few years.  The Shaw is not just a pub, it’s a cultural centre that brings people from different parts of the world together, provides […]

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How a 12-year-old helped clean Dublin’s waters through Seabins

By admin / September 12, 2019

In these turbulent times, where anxiety for the planet’s welfare is stirring up a frenzy amongst the young and old, I think it’s fair to say that a lot of us can feel pretty helpless at the Sisyphean task before us.  Sure, we recycle, use paper straws and try perhaps to cut down on our […]

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The Bernard Shaw is closing its doors this October

By Julia Tereno / September 10, 2019

Popular pub The Bernard Shaw is closing its doors permanently after 13 years this October. The Eatyard next door and all of the cultural activities promoted by the pub are also coming to an end. According to an official statement published on the Shaw’s website, the owners said they “tried really hard over the last […]

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How to tailor your CV for the Irish job market

By Amanda Fernandes / September 10, 2019

Are you looking to start a new job in Ireland? Did you just move to the Emerald Isle, or are you just looking to change jobs in Ireland?  It is important to note that there might be some differences between your home country’s CV pattern and the Irish one. There are some vital information you […]

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