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Shutdown’s economic consequences

By Yvan Barbeau / January 23, 2019

Shutdown’s economic consequences  The economic consequences of the shutdown, which has gone on to become the longest in US history – it has recently entered its fifth week – it’s beginning to be subject to increasing study. Some experts indeed fear these consequences might grow so long as the crisis goes on. This is an […]


Top 3 of Thursday!

By Chloe Li / July 26, 2018

Cutting Edge Comedy From the land of maple syrup, moose and bears, we’ve got Canadian legend Paul Myrehaug joining us! Starring alongside him, we have the superb Colum McDonnell, as seen on ‘’Irish Pictorial’’ and legendary MC Gar Murran. So, if you fancy a night of lols, this is the place to find it! Tickets […]


Top 3 events for tonight!

By admin / May 24, 2018

LIVE MUSIC – Blackcat Headline Gig // Drop Dead Twice Tonight, Drop Dead Twice hosts an awesome night of live music headlining four-piece female rock band Blackcat. They will be supported by four talented bands: Ortega, Hales Lake, Girlfriend and ReGroovanation! Free admission 8:00 PM Where: Drop Dead Twice, 19 Francis St., Dublin 8   […]


Top 3 events for tonight!

By admin / May 23, 2018

LIVE MUSIC – Avelina – Bones to Mind Single Launch Tonight, 5-piece Irish band Avelina is launching their first single Bones to Mind at East Side Tavern. Go and discover their inspiring musical atmosphere. The show promises to be brilliant with support of the night from the two amazing Pixie Cut Rhythm Orchestra and Ragair! […]


Top 3 events for tonight!

By admin / April 26, 2018

POETRY DAY – The Circle Sessions Today is Poetry Day in Ireland! To celebrate it, Hely’s Bar hosts The Circle Sessions where 14 poets will compete against each other with one poem of their choosing on the theme of ‘intimacy and honesty’. So tonight, let’s have a poetic night with Emmet O’Brien Poetry, Barry Currivan, […]


Pope Francis threatened in Myanmar?

By Natalia Ilina / November 28, 2017

On Monday, Pope Francis completed the first meeting of his weeklong trip to Myanmar. The Pope met with General Min Aung Hlaing this Monday evening, although originally, it was planned on Wednesday. No details of the meeting have been disclosed yet. A Vatican spokesman said that “they spoke of the great responsibility of the authorities […]


Top 3 events this Tuesday (12 July)

By Silviya Stoyanova / July 11, 2017

  Alt-j @ Trinity College The series of summer concerts at Trinity college continues with the English based Indie Rock band Alt-j. Their debut album An awesome wave released in 2012 immediately won the admiration of the audience and the press. It was chosen for the album of the year at the Ivor Novello Awards […]


Pride Parade: The freedom we all want to achieve

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 26, 2017

Last Saturday, the 24th of June, Dublin, usually grey and rainy, changed its colour palette to a brighter rainbowlike one. Free sweets, bubbles flying, rainbow-flags and people in different funny costumes turned Dublin into a more peaceful and lively place, welcoming everybody to participate in its life. “To celebrate Pride Parade for us is to […]


The Orthodox Spirit in Dublin

By Tatiana Kireeva / June 22, 2017

The Orthodox Spirit, Chamber Choir Ireland’s new concert series, took place in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin on Wednesday, where hundreds of people were treated to some high quality classical and contemporary music, both old and new. People had already gathered outside the church by 7.00 pm. “We are here to listen to some beautifully performed music […]


Events You Don’t Want To Miss

By Christie Kandiwa / June 16, 2017

Bloomsday 2017 Date: Fri 16 Jun Time: 9.00am Location: Dublin (various locations) Price: Free 16 June is Bloomsday and it is the biggest imaginable holiday for James Joyce fans. Non-fans, on the other hand, don’t really get the Bloomsday craze at all. The celebration is based on an imaginary account in the James Joyce novel […]

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