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Friday 16 February, 2018

From The Daily Edge It's high time Caitriona Balfe got the kudos she deserves at home in Ireland Outlandish

It's high time Caitriona Balfe got the kudos she deserves at home in Ireland

“Balfe has made it from Tydavnet to Tinseltown and become an international phenomenon. If that’s not worth celebrating, then I don’t know what is.”

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

Have you heard about the hungry tree in Dublin 7?

It’s been gobbling a bench for the last eighty years.

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4 events for... foodies in search of a new flavour

From Chinese New Year events to pot luck dinners, foodies are spoiled for choice this week.

Friday 9 February, 2018

From The Daily Edge Grumble all you like, but Longitude's lineup is the most exciting festival announcement in yonks Sit Down Be Humble

Grumble all you like, but Longitude's lineup is the most exciting festival announcement in yonks

Rather than following the herd and booking conventional festival acts, it has curated a lineup that is fresh and thoroughly of the moment.

Wednesday 7 February, 2018

A nation holds its breath: Tony O'Shea's remarkable Italia 90 photos

An estimated 500,000 people turned out for the Jackie’s Army homecoming.

Sean's Bar in Athlone is Ireland's oldest pub - and a bona fide tourist attraction

The pub dates back to 900 AD, thanks to an enterprising young man named Luain.

Double Take: The technicolour rock at the centre of the Waterford-Kilkenny rivalry

Mount Misery’s rockface is blue and white one day, black and amber the next.

24 new venues for your next night out... according to Ireland's best DJs

The club nights, gig venues and dancefloors where Ireland’s music lovers head for a bop.

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4 events for... shape-throwing lovers of dance

See a tutu-free Swan Lake set in the midlands or referee a dance battle in Tallaght.

Friday 2 February, 2018

From The Daily Edge Is it time to accept that Justin Timberlake is just a bit... past it? Man Of The Woods

Is it time to accept that Justin Timberlake is just a bit... past it?

His new album is bloated and messy. Is he past his prime?

Wednesday 31 January, 2018

'We have everything from bikers and mods to God knows everything' - The enduring popularity of Downes' in Waterford

The pub that has everything from its own whiskey to a squash court out the back.

'People have trouble finding us': 4 Irish foodie destinations in distinctly unlikely places

From the food truck up the side of a fjord, to the kitchens of an old Georgian house.

4 events for... market lovers in search of a bargain

Farmers markets, flea markets and more.

Friday 26 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge Why Busy Philipps and Michelle Williams' friendship is the greatest Hollywood love story Busy And Michelle 4eva

Wednesday 24 January, 2018

'Barristers, baristas and block layers': The people who paint Dublin's striking traffic light boxes

“Dublin is a very beautiful city, but sometimes the city can do with a helping hand.”

Nancy's is the Donegal pub that's like stepping into your granny's good room

Step into Nancy’s and make yourself at home.

Double Take: The estate in Coolock named after the 1969 moon landing

Ever heard of Armstrong Walk?

Members only: Behind the door of Dublin's exclusive drinking and dining clubs

We look at how the private members’ clubs of the capital are faring in 2018.

4 events for... anyone looking for an art injection

Irish art fans are spoiled for choice this week.

Friday 19 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge 'I hope that she had a sense of how loved she was' RIP

'I hope that she had a sense of how loved she was'

What the death of Dolores O’Riordan can teach us about telling people how we feel.

Wednesday 17 January, 2018

4 events for... live comedy fans (or anyone wanting to cheer up their January)

Whether you’re into sketch or stand-up, we’ve got you covered.

'The colours are always changing': Meet the artist making a palette from Ireland's landscape

We spoke to Paula Barrett, the artist behind Turf Projects.

'If someone comes in at 10pm, we can get them a box of nails': Borris' legendary pub and hardware shop

We talk to Michael O’Shea of O’Shea’s in Borris, Co Carlow.

Double Take: The plaque commemorating Raymond Chandler's unlikely connection to Waterford

One of the leading crime writers of the twentieth century has roots in Waterford.

25 of the best bars in Ireland... according to people who work in bars

We asked some night owls for their recommendations on where to go out in Dublin, Cork and Galway.

Friday 12 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge The lack of lead actress nominees at the IFTAs perfectly demonstrates why we need more Irish films starring women Girls On Film

The lack of lead actress nominees at the IFTAs perfectly demonstrates why we need more Irish films starring women

‘Just imagine a year in which he had five actresses with meaty roles competing for an IFTA. It needn’t be a pipe dream, you know.’

Wednesday 10 January, 2018

4 events for... music lovers seeking something a little different

From trad sessions to new Irish music.

17 of the most beautiful photos of winter skies around Ireland

To remind you that January isn’t all bad.

Double Take: The little-known Dublin plaque to an unsung hero of the Famine

Ever heard of Pawel Edmund Strzelecki?

A secret tour of Irish street art... from a graffiti artist's perspective

We asked art collective Subset for the names – and pieces – to look out for on the Irish street art scene.

Sunday 7 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge Will Saoirse win? Can we expect Trump jokes? A preview of this year's Golden Globes Golden Globes

Saturday 6 January, 2018

From The42 'The Heart of Darts' with an elusive world title in her sights once again at Lakeside The Dark Destroyer

'The Heart of Darts' with an elusive world title in her sights once again at Lakeside

Deta Hedman has been leading the way in women’s darts for years.

Wednesday 3 January, 2018

This Instagram account collects gorgeous photos of Dublin's most beautiful doorways

Inspired by a similar account in New York, Eleanor Costello is the curator behind @DoorsOfDublin.

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