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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 […]


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. […]


World Book Week! Read a book with us

By Andreina Gonzalez / April 23, 2019

Yesterday (April 23) was World Book Day but Babylon is celebrating the entire week! This day is dedicated to promoting reading, publishing and copyrights. Today, people from all over the world celebrate and recognize the scope of books: a link between the past and the future, a bridge between generations and between cultures. April 23 […]


David McGrath – Interview with a Life Coach

By Andreina Gonzalez / April 21, 2019

Everybody needs a coach! Our interviewee of the week is David McGrath. David McGrath is the director and founder of Better Life Abroad (BLA)– a strategic life and career coaching service for professionals living abroad. Today, people everywhere are experiencing the influence of greater global interconnectivity in their lives, either at home, at work, in […]


The Return of the Expats

By Yvonne Pollard / April 17, 2019

Statistics released this year revealed that, for the first time since 2008, more Irish are returning from abroad than are emigrating. This news was met with great joy nationwide, and was seen as a sure sign that the economy had recovered. Helen Smyth, 29, is one of those returning expats. She says her reasons for […]


Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral extinguished

By Andreina Gonzalez / April 16, 2019

Fire at Notre Dame Cathedral fully extinguished The fire that broke out at Notre Dame Cathedral, destroying the roof and causing the spire to collapse in front of horrified spectators, is the main story on the covers today, in both France and the rest of the world. All over the papers and Social Media, there […]


The boom of humanist weddings – Part 2

By Andreina Gonzalez / April 15, 2019

Not religious but profound Imagine walking down on your wedding gown to the sound of your favourite childhood music. Imagine wearing a blue dress and walking up to the edge of the Cliffs of Moher. Imagine saying your vows to your partner by the seaside, that kind of vows that make us feel warm and […]


The new route of diversity

By Rodrigo Valadares / April 11, 2019

This year, the Dublin Gay Pride Parade will have a new route. The city center will be more colorful on the 29th of June. The celebrations will start at the Garden of Remembrance before starting off from O’Connell Street. In addition to the 7,000 people who will be involved in the event, another 60,000 are […]


Irish Myths: The Salmon of Knowledge

By Juliane Girl / April 2, 2019

Ireland is known for its rich heritage of mythological tales and ancient symbols. In Irish mythology, tales are usually put into four periods. The first one is called the Mythological Cycle that mainly comprises pre-Christian stories of the god-like early settlers of Ireland, the Tuatha Dé Danann. The second, the Ulster Cycle, focuses on heroic […]

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