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Top 5 Events 28th of November in Dublin

By javier / November 28, 2019

Top 5 Events 28th of November in Dublin The weekend is almost here! In the meantime, here’s our Top 5 Events of the day in Dublin for you to enjoy this Thursday. Careerist (+Shrug Life and Handsome Eric) Belfast indie-rock outfit Careerist (fka Hot Cops) return with their highly-anticipated debut album “Weird Hill” via Dundalk’s […]

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Top 5 Events Monday October 14th

By Emma Grove / October 14, 2019

Rainy weather gettin ya down? On top of that Monday blues? Well turn that frown upside down because Babylon Radio’s found the top 5 events in Dublin to make your Monday mood magnificent! Thats It! Monday Open Mic Sessions! Looking for a chill Monday night with good drinks and class tunes? Then join ‘Thats It!’ […]

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Top 3 events for 9th of September 

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 9, 2019

Monday, 9th of September continues the trend of the past few weeks as students from all over the country resume school. The traffic has worsened, buses are fuller, summer is coming to an end and the col is catching up with everyone.  Despite these challenges, there are still many fun and relaxing events for you […]

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Manuel Valls and the Barcelona municipal election

By Yvan Barbeau / February 20, 2019

Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, who is running for Barcelona City Council elections scheduled to be held on Sunday 26th May this year, has decided to demonstrate against the socialist government in Madrid. The reason of this decision was the position of the Head of Government, Pedro Sanchez, who undertook to open a dialog […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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   […]

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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! […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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