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No Place like Pub

By Natalia Ilina / November 15, 2017

Who says Ireland, says Irish pubs! Recently, the winners of the 2017 Irish Pub Awards were unveiled. The happiest of them all is The Porter House of Castlebridge, Co. Wexford. The proud pub owners Myles and Sharon Doyle took home two awards out of nine: “Best Local Pub” and the most important one – “National […]

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Top 5 Coffee Shops in Dublin!

By Gamze Yarsi / November 7, 2017

3FE When you ask Dubliners which coffee place is the best, they will definitely name 3FE. Before writing my review, I went to check if the guys are really serving the nicest coffee in the city. And I have to admit 3FE is one of the best without any doubt. 3FE is suggesting a big […]

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Abbey Theatre Presents Ulysses

By Michelle Silva / October 3, 2017

One of the most important romances of all the time will be presented as a play at The Abbey Theatre in October. Ulysses, by James Joyce, it was adapted by the Irish novelist Dermot Bolger and will take place on the stages tomorrow (02/10/2017) untill October 28th. On The Abbey’s website, Bolger says that the […]

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Ireland: The Country of Writers

By Gamze Yarsi / September 29, 2017

Ireland: The Country of Writers Do you know Meave Binchy? I first heard about Ireland in one of her novels and that was the first time I also discovered an Irish writer. As far as I remember, I was in high school and after reading the novel Tara Road, I curiously read other novels of […]

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IMMA Exhibitions

By Michelle Silva / September 7, 2017

Immage credit: Denis Mortell Lovers of Modern Art can appreciate four exhibitions of different artists at the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), in Dublin. Those expositions show works from icons of Contemporary Art, like Vivienne Dick, Nan Goldin and Lucian Freud. The expositions includes photographs, films and paintings which shows particularities of the world […]

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Ireland Festival of Nations 2017

By Christie Kandiwa / August 1, 2017

Ireland Festival of Nations 2017 Time: 12:00 – 18:00 Location: Mountjoy Square Park, Mountjoy Square, Dublin The Ireland Festival of Nations 2017  which is being organised by the Diversity and Multicultural Initiative will be starting from 12 noon to 6 pm will be hosting people in order to enjoy a mixture of cultural displays from […]

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About Proverbs: An Interview With Photographer Robert Ellis

By Silviya Stoyanova / July 24, 2017

Proverbs by Robert Ellis is an ongoing photographic work representing the contemporary landscape of Uganda while exploring its layers of memory. After recent exhibitions at Peckham 24 during Photo London and Belfast Exposed, the third solo showcase of the exhibition takes place at The Library Project in Dublin. We had the wonderful opportunity to talk […]

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The Tanzanian Children Center for Albinism NELICO

By Silviya Stoyanova / July 15, 2017

Let’s help the people born with albinism in Tanzania together!  B.Othingness is a Dutch campaign fighting to reduce the concealment due to (self-) stigma and creating a positive image  and self-awareness among people born with albinism in Tanzania. A child born with albinism starts life with a great burden on itself in the east African […]

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Gallery of Photography: Engage

By Tatiana Kireeva / July 11, 2017

Engage, a photography exhibition kicked off at the Gallery of Photography in Dublin on June 22nd and is on till August 30. The exhibition display work of various artists who specialize in the area of photography. Exhibition began with Rural Fluorescent, by Jill Quigley and consisted of a set of photographs of the landscape on […]

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