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Friday 17 August, 2018

From The Daily Edge It's time to admit that the Rose of Tralee's idea of womanhood is simply irrelevant in 2018 Rose Of Tralee

Wednesday 15 August, 2018

Snug life: How Ireland fell in love with the pub snug (and 5 of the experts' favourites)

What is it about snugs that captures our imagination? We talked to the people who really know.

'There's no sign above the door that says pub': The legendary Tipp house that hosts a once-a-week session

Jim of the Mills opens every Thursday, for a session that has become famous.

Friday 10 August, 2018

From The Daily Edge How Serena Williams is helping end the absolute scam that is women's razors Pink Tax

How Serena Williams is helping end the absolute scam that is women's razors

“The shaving industry is dominated by male brands which have traditionally overcharged and underserved women.”

Wednesday 8 August, 2018

'You could be sitting beside a biker or a priest': How the Spirit Store makes for a special brew

The Dundalk institution, still going strong after two decades.

Unsung Galway: A guide to the city in 7 underappreciated buildings

From towers to gargoyles.

Wednesday 1 August, 2018

'It's a proper Dublin institution': How Fallon's in Dublin 8 has survived for 400 years

The magic of the place that absolutely nobody calls ‘The Capstan Bar’.

'I think I came out of the womb with a bag of chips': The people behind Ireland's old-school chippers

From Jackie Lennox’s in Cork to the Monte Carlo in Monaghan.

Friday 27 July, 2018

From The Daily Edge Help, I am allergic to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' social media banter Couples Bants

Help, I am allergic to Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds' social media banter

A little tip, guys: less is more.

Wednesday 25 July, 2018

How burritos and doughnuts took over Dublin - and what you'll be eating next

As Aungier Danger announces the end of the road, what’s next for the capital’s food scene?

Wednesday 18 July, 2018

'Probably the most viewed Irish pub in the world': How O'Connor's in Salthill shot to unexpected stardom

It’s been called O’Connor’s Famous Pub for years – but now it has 375 million views on YouTube.

'It was literally a dump': The stories behind 3 of Ireland's unlikeliest music venues

A quarry, a church, and a barbershop? Yep, some of the best places to catch live music around the country.

Friday 13 July, 2018

From The Daily Edge 'A kindly toff with the complexion of Percy Pig and the bumbling demeanor of Hugh Grant' - Why I'm in love with Dr. Alex Love Doctor

Wednesday 11 July, 2018

'A country pub in the city': How the Royal Oak in Kilmainham became a pub for everyone

Dee Costello on how the ‘pub you might find up a mountain’ has changed down the years.

9 unusual Irish movie locations you may not be aware of

We all know about Star Wars, but the Skelligs aren’t the only show in town. Here are some of the unsung spots of Irish moviemaking.

Wednesday 4 July, 2018

'Roger Moore popped in for a few drinks': Why French's pub in Gorey is a true original

A Wexford institution, the pub has been in the French family since 1890.

Friday 29 June, 2018

From The Daily Edge The Maroon 5 ad is ruining the World Cup, please make it stop Make It Stop

Wednesday 27 June, 2018

'When I started people would shout slurs': Inside the drag scene on Ireland's west coast

Drag in Ireland used to be a Dublin-only thing. Not any more.

'Come for the view, stay for the craic': The mountain magic of the Blue Light pub

The Barnacullia landmark that’s a local to people from all over Dublin.

Friday 22 June, 2018

From The Daily Edge Why Flyefit's 'Love Handle Island' ad campaign is so toxic and harmful Love Handle Island

Why Flyefit's 'Love Handle Island' ad campaign is so toxic and harmful

Escape Love Handle Island? We’ll stay right here thanks.

Wednesday 20 June, 2018

'It's a real meeting house': Why Dubliners still flock to The Lord Edward for a pint

The Christchurch pub has been going strong for over a century.

Chicken fillet roll delivery and brunch to your door: The Irish cafés changing up your Sunday morning

Too tired to leave the house? Let your Sunday come to you.

Wednesday 13 June, 2018

'We're just beginning to pick up on the gin thing now': Finding a new era at The Old Thatch

It’s Ireland’s oldest thatched pub, but The Thatch in Killeagh is starting to cater to a modern crowd.

'It's disruptive, but in a good way': Meet the Irish families whose homes double as festival venues

“A month later, you’d hardly know anyone had been here, except for the odd cable tie.”

Friday 8 June, 2018

From The Daily Edge 'Few celebrity chefs would eat whirly burgers in Roma II, but Anthony Bourdain did and that's what made him so magic' RIP

Wednesday 6 June, 2018

'We took over a careworn building': How L Mulligan Grocer made an unknown pub famous

Seaneen Sullivan, co-owner of the Stoneybatter landmark, on a whirlwind eight years.

Off-duty dinners: 7 top Irish chefs share the meals they cook when nobody's watching

At the end of a long night in the kitchen… what’s for dinner?

Friday 1 June, 2018

From The Daily Edge What is this year's Song of the Summer? Here are the contenders Summer Bops

What is this year's Song of the Summer? Here are the contenders

Will Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa reign supreme? Or will Drake take the crown?

Sunday 27 May, 2018

From The Daily Edge 'The next generation will grow up in a more humane and decent Ireland than the one we have known' Repealed The Eighth

Wednesday 23 May, 2018

'Real authentic': The restaurants turning Capel Street into Dublin's most exciting food quarter

The street is known for its array of Asian restaurants. So is it ready to outdo the unofficial Chinatown around the corner?

Friday 18 May, 2018

From The Daily Edge Why women don't deserve to be labeled as 'hard cases' or 'easy cases' in the abortion debate Repeal The 8th

Why women don't deserve to be labeled as 'hard cases' or 'easy cases' in the abortion debate

“Such categorisation is too simplistic and robs the debate of the nuance it deserves.”

Wednesday 16 May, 2018

'Whoever made it, they put an atmosphere in the walls': The magic of the Blackbird in Ballycotton

“The lads are playing and you’re just sitting next to them.”

'We go from 700 people to 7,000': Living year-round in Ireland's summer towns

We talk to people in Lahinch, Bundoran and Dingle about how the towns get through the quiet season.

Friday 11 May, 2018

From The Daily Edge Let Greta Gerwig snark on I Feel Pretty in peace Privacy Please

Let Greta Gerwig snark on I Feel Pretty in peace

Celebrities have a right to privacy, you know.

Wednesday 9 May, 2018

'It's a local for people who don't live locally': The story of Dublin's Victorian gem The Long Hall

And how two babies led the current owners to take over.

Closed-door dinners: Inside 4 of Dublin's most innovative supper clubs

We talk to some of the Dublin chefs taking diners behind the scenes.

Friday 4 May, 2018

From The Daily Edge Why influencers are to be commended for speaking out on #RepealThe8th Repeal The 8th

Why influencers are to be commended for speaking out on #RepealThe8th

Marissa Carter, Pippa O’Connor, Suzanne Jackson and Joanne Larby have all spoken out this week.

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