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Breakfasts round the world: ASIA

By Rodrigo Valadares / June 27, 2019

Are you ready to travel through Asian flavors? In the third article about breakfast around the world, today we will discover what you have in the first meal of the day there. The flavors are strong and very different from what we usually eat. Asia is Earth’s largest and most populous continent, located primarily in […]

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Breakfasts round the world: EUROPE

By Rodrigo Valadares / June 20, 2019

Take a seat at the breakfast table, because we are going to travel through the flavors of Europe. In this Part two, we will visit countries that were colonized or belong to the United Kingdom and how they differentiate when it comes to the first meal of the day. And we will also discover morning […]

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Breakfasts round the world: AMERICA

By Rodrigo Valadares / June 13, 2019

It is the first meal of the day. Many say that breakfast is the most important because it is indispensable for good health. As soon as we wake up, we need to replenish the body and replenish energy to resume activities and start an active and productive day. The ideal for breakfast is to eat […]

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It’s time to celebrate 50’s of Gay Pride

By Rodrigo Valadares / June 6, 2019

On the last Saturday of June (29th) the streets of Dublin will be colored like a rainbow. Entire families will be celebrating Gay Pride Month. Last year, about 60,000 people attended the event. According to the Amnesty International blog, the first LGBTQ + protest march took place in Dublin in March 1983 in response to […]

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Interview with Siobhan McGee, CEO of ActionAid Ireland

By Andreina Gonzalez / May 31, 2019

Empower women and children to own their futures – Interview with the CEO of ActionAid Ireland “When you read about people suffering around the world, by war, increasing natural disasters or ongoing poverty, it is easy to feel disheartened.” These are Siobhan McGee’s words. She is the CEO of ActionAid Ireland and is our interviewee […]

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Tess, a Gift Horse Theatre Production – Review

By Ilse / May 18, 2019

  On Friday evening I got the pleasure of seeing Tess, a play based on the book Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy. Signe Lury adapted it into a play. It’s not often you come across this much talent in a group of 18-22 year olds. They did a really great job. The actors […]

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The oldest music contest in the world will feature a Queen at 60’s.

By Rodrigo Valadares / May 16, 2019

This year, 41 participates from from 41 countries will be taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest, hosted in Tel Aviv. The first Semi-final happened last Tuesday, 14th May. The second Semi-final is today, 16th May. Eighteen countries will participate in the second semi-final. Those countries plus Germany, Italy, and the United Kingdom will vote […]

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Zoos: Advantages and Disadvantages

By Andreina Gonzalez / May 9, 2019

Zoos: Advantages and Disadvantages I remember growing up and asking my parents to please take me to the Zoo. You see, I grew up surrounded by animals, but there were other amazing species that were not within my reach. I had seen them on TV. I knew they existed and I wanted to confirm they […]

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Shaping Ireland exhibition at the NGI – Review

By Andreina Gonzalez / May 2, 2019

Shaping Ireland, Landscapes in Irish Art, is the new exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland. It explores the relationship between people and the environment. I visited it last week and this is an invitation and recommendation post. I hope you can see the exhibition and tell us, which of the paintings/photographs shows the real […]

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Lord Rama: Good always triumphs over Evil

By Aizhana Danabekova / May 1, 2019

The important Hindu festival Sri Rama Navami which is celebrated by hundreds of millions of people around the world was held in Dublin Scientology Community Centre. So many people came to the feast that there were not enough seats in the big hall. Most of the participants are members of the Indian community in Ireland. […]

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