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Top 3 events for 8th of August

By Ayomide Akinshilo / August 8, 2019

Ireland’s reputation as a multicultural country is further enhanced by the events slated for the 8th of August.  The day brings bags of fun and thrills as you enjoy the best Ireland has to offer.  Babylon Radio Introduces the best multi-cultural events for 8th of August, 2019; Examine Europe Workshop The Trinity Long Room Hub […]

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Sports Bars in Dublin: Where to find them

By Ayomide Akinshilo / August 2, 2019

Do you love to watch sports matches with enthusiastic fans like yourself? Would you love to gain the same stadium experience of suspense, thrills and booze? Did you fail to get a match ticket because of an inability to travel to go watch your favourite team? If you want to have the best experience with […]

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Top 5 Events In Dublin This Bank Holiday Weekend

By Craig Watt / August 2, 2019

Festivals, Sunshine, Music and Culture this bank holiday weekend in Ireland’s Capital…Friday 2nd August 2019MusicJustine Nantale – Single Launch Party / 19:00 – 01:30 Justine Nantale is a Ugandan-born musician who moved to Ireland as a teenager. She is a founding member of the Discovery Gospel Choir, Ireland’s first intercultural choir. She has previously performed with […]

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Dublin Districts: The Phoenix Park

By Peter Doyle / July 22, 2019

The Phoenix Park is the perfect escape to greenery whenever Dublin receives a rare burst of sun. Located in the western part of the city, it is the largest enclosed urban park in any European capital. Admittedly this is a very specific claim to fame but the park truly is a wonderful part of Dublin. […]

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Breakfasts round the world: AFRICA

By Rodrigo Valadares / July 4, 2019

Africa is the world’s second largest and second most-populous continent, being behind Asia in both categories. At about 30.3 million square kilometers. With 1.2 billion people, as of 2016, it accounts for about 16% of the world’s human population. Some aspects of traditional African cultures have become less practiced in recent years as a result […]

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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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