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Dublin: 16 °C Saturday 20 October, 2018

Wednesday 17 October, 2018

Double Take: The vibrant new mural celebrating Waterford's Viking heritage

Ireland’s oldest walled city got a colourful makeover.


Wednesday 10 October, 2018

Four artists, two weeks and the Wild Atlantic Way: Photos from an art installation in the great outdoors

Art fans headed to Lough Hyne in West Cork last month.

4 events for... explorers seeking the best of Open House Dublin 2018

4 events for... explorers seeking the best of Open House Dublin 2018

Free tours of Dublin’s finest architecture; from eighteenth-century townhouses to tenement buildings.

Double Take: The bench in St Stephen's Green celebrating a little-known married couple

The story of social reformers, Anna and Thomas Haslam.

Wednesday 3 October, 2018

4 events for... drama lovers looking for the best of Dublin Theatre Festival 2018

From Samuel Beckett to William Shakespeare, visceral stories come to life on the stage.

Step by step: 12 of Ireland's most striking staircases, in photos

Striking curves, beautiful bannisters.

Double Take: The little-noticed laneway called Misery Hill in Dublin

The unlikely association with St James in Dublin’s Docklands.

Wednesday 26 September, 2018

4 events for... thrifty shoppers looking for a quirky market find

4 events for... thrifty shoppers looking for a quirky market find

Books in Temple Bar and fresh produce in Cork.

Double Take: The fairy trees dotted with rags, beads and dodies

Leave an object, make a wish.

Wednesday 19 September, 2018

4 events for... anyone seeking out the best of Culture Night 2018

4 events for... anyone seeking out the best of Culture Night 2018

Historical walking tours in Dublin and the former Galway residence of a literary giant.

12 striking photos of ruined buildings around Ireland

A tour of the beautiful and derelict dwellings across the country.

Double Take: The full-size, 50-feet-tall concrete replica of the Lourdes grotto in Dublin 8

The religious shrine found in an urban neighbourhood.

Wednesday 12 September, 2018

4 events for... live music fans looking for their next gig

From Damien Dempsey in a Dingle church to Wyvern Lingo at the Róisín Dubh.

All aboard: 12 of Ireland's most picturesque railway stations

Stay on the right side of the tracks with these architectural gems.

Double Take: The drinking fountain for cows in Dublin 7

Haymarket Square was once the home of a thriving livestock market.

Wednesday 5 September, 2018

12 beautiful photos of trees around Ireland at the turn of autumn

“All the leaves are brown…”

4 events for... art lovers looking for a visual feast

4 events for... art lovers looking for a visual feast

Paintings, textiles, and paper obelisks. All your art needs met across the country.

Double Take: The eerie swamp statue found in a little-known Wicklow park

Meet the zombie-like granite figure that resides in a park designed for meditation.

Wednesday 29 August, 2018

4 events... to catch at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival

Buy your tickets now before the best stuff sells out.

Double Take: The creepy Waterford structure that was once Ireland's longest bridge

The Old Red Iron Bridge was a central part of Ireland’s transport network in the early 1900s.

Trinity College in 2D: 12 Irish landmarks brilliantly re-created with paper

Jessica Rooney Deane has paper-ified Croke Park, Clare pubs and more.

Wednesday 22 August, 2018

4 events for... sea swimmers looking for a splash this weekend

Go dolphin-spotting in Clare or test your endurance at Seapoint.

Father Pat Noise, James Joyce and The Chieftains: 12 of Dublin's most interesting wall plaques

Stop and stare at these commemorations around the capital.

Double Take: The Dublin 7 church with a crypt full of mummies down below

Meet the ‘Big Four’ at one of Dublin city’s more macabre landmarks, St Michan’s Church.

Wednesday 15 August, 2018

12 of Ireland's most spectacular bars to enjoy a drink with a view

From rooftop bars to country pubs, these are Ireland’s finest spots for a scenic drink.

Double Take: The mysterious African rhino that appeared overnight in a Dublin river

The life-size statue can be found in the River Dodder.

4 events for... photography lovers seeking a striking image

Night time tours and politically charged exhibitions, events for all photography enthusiasts.

Wednesday 8 August, 2018

4 events for... anyone who loves art and design

From Iranian installations to environmentally friendly fine art.

Remember this 2015 #YesEquality mural? Here are 7 more of Joe Caslin's creations

Joe Caslin’s beautiful large scale artworks have garnered global recognition.

Double Take: The stone seat in the Phoenix Park that's actually an ancient tomb

Head through the Chapelizod gate to find one of Dublin city’s oldest monuments.

Wednesday 1 August, 2018

4 events for... fun-seekers during the summer's last long weekend

4 events for... fun-seekers during the summer's last long weekend

The All Ireland Scarecrow Championship and Fleet Foxes in Co Waterford, your weekend plans sorted.

12 hilarious everyday Google questions, illustrated by Irish artists

Irish illustrators raise money for Pieta House by drawing your weird and wonderful Google searches.

Double Take: The bizarre 140ft-high monument towering over a park in Kildare

Conolly’s Folly has been there for more than 250 years.

Wednesday 25 July, 2018

12 stunning images of Ireland's islands that will make your jaw drop

A glimpse into the coastal dwellings of Ireland’s remaining puffins and kings.

Double Take: The shipwreck on Inis Oirr that stars in Father Ted

The story of MV Plassy, the steam trawler enjoying island life.

4 events for... food and drink fans looking for something special

Bottomless brunch, a Hennessy history lesson and a craft beer tour.

Wednesday 18 July, 2018

4 events for... fans of summer music outdoors

Catch Grace Jones in Trinity College and The Academic at Iveagh Gardens.

12 iconic Dublin landmarks, as captured by illustrator Shauna Harrison

The capital’s hotspots and hidden gems.

Double Take: Have you walked down Murdering Lane in Dublin?

A horrible history of this unassuming alleyway in Dublin 8.

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