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Culture - Today’s News

Famous artist who was sued for claiming a painting wasn't his wins court case

The world-famous artist Peter Doig said he did not create the desert landscape painting.

Culture - Yesterday’s News

Hackers post naked pictures, passport and driver's licence of Ghostbusters star to her website

Leslie Jones was the target of abuse on Twitter last month.

Bono wanted the Clintons to help him call the International Space Station Friends In High Places This post contains videos

Bono wanted the Clintons to help him call the International Space Station

In fairness to him, he got his wish in the end.

Stanford University has decided to ban spirits at student parties

The policy has been criticised as a tone-deaf response to the Stanford rape case.

Culture - Tuesday 23 August, 2016

Should students chase jobs when applying for college courses?

Betty McLaughlin from the Institute of Guidance Counsellors says that there is more to college than preparing for a job.

The devoted internet followers of Harambe the gorilla (RIP) have forced Cincinnati Zoo offline A Meme Too Far

The devoted internet followers of Harambe the gorilla (RIP) have forced Cincinnati Zoo offline

The zoo has had enough of the jokes and have deleted their social media.

Rose of Tralee stage invader was a ticket holder

The event’s organisers say they believe security at the Rose of Tralee is adequate.

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This is the funniest joke of the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

The award went to British comic Masai Graham.

North Korea has just gotten its own Netflix-type streaming service

It’s called ‘Manbang’. Which translates into English as ‘Everywhere’.

Ryan Tubridy on The Late Late, Michael O'Reilly and the 'rush to judge' Pat Hickey

The RTÉ presenter has spoken about how he thinks The Late Late will cover Ireland’s Olympics.

Culture - Monday 22 August, 2016

From The Daily Edge Night One of the Rose of Tralee 2016: As It Happened Lovely Girls

Night One of the Rose of Tralee 2016: As It Happened

Lovely moment by lovely moment.

From The Daily Edge A man dressed as a priest has just invaded the stage at the Rose of Tralee Fathers4Justice

A man dressed as a priest has just invaded the stage at the Rose of Tralee

Matt O’Connor, a second-generation Irishman who lives in London, has taken responsibility for the protest and asked for the audience to pray for those affected by family breakdown.

Vogue Williams will NOT be taking hallucinogenic drugs as part of RTÉ show

The presenter had said earlier this year that she would be doing so for her series On The Edge.

Culture - Sunday 21 August, 2016

Europe is seeing a growing interest in veganism, and Berlin is at the centre of it

The German capital is at the fore-front of the vegan movement in Europe, and is seeing a rise in ‘flexitarians’ – part-time vegans.

What should I do if I feel a fluttering feeling in my chest? Here's some advice from an expert

Patricia Hall from the Irish Heart Foundation talks about when you should worry about heart palpitations.

We spent a day talking to Irish pilgrims about strange occurrences (and airports)

Do you remember the story of Knock? It’s still drawing in the crowds, in its busiest week of the year.

Culture - Saturday 20 August, 2016

'Death comes to us all': This new play wants people to talk about their grief Finem Respice This post contains videos

'Death comes to us all': This new play wants people to talk about their grief

Vickey Curtis lost three important women in her life: her mother, friend and granny.

What does it take to become a Rose of Tralee escort?

Shane Kenny, last year’s Escort of the Year, tells us about his experiences.

Add some flavour to your life: How to grow spring onions

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with spring onions, which are so easy to grow you can leave the kids in charge.

The Broken Law of Attraction: The story that might not be told

A garda who’s loyal to the force, loyal to his ex-convict brother and in love with a victim of crime, Amia.

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Get out and about with our guide to the best of Heritage Week

We’ve got a great round-up of events taking place around the country.

Someone has just worked out what the Irish ate for breakfast over 2,000 years ago

A new UCC-based project has been looking into the mysteries of what our forefathers ate each day.

'Why would an adult woman want to parade herself around a Kerry tent?'

Lorraine Courtney argues that the Rose of Tralee competition is outdated and offensive to women.

Culture - Friday 19 August, 2016

Is it safe to raise your child on a vegan diet?

Consultant dietitian Sarah Keogh argues children can be raised vegan, but it requires a lot of hard work from the parents.

Culture - Thursday 18 August, 2016

A year after their Top Gear walkout, its former stars are having no trouble raising cash

Facebook and Hailo’s backers have invested in a new Clarkson-Hammond-May project.

Culture - Wednesday 17 August, 2016

The organisers have done away with a Rose of Tralee staple...

There’ll be no poetry readings this year. Possibly because there were 14 of them last year.

Culture - Tuesday 16 August, 2016

This Omani student loved Ireland so much he just walked around the entire island

Ammar Albadi will finish in front of the GPO this evening.

Culture - Monday 15 August, 2016

In photos: The spectacular art from the Dublin International Tattoo Convention Capital Ink This post contains images

Culture - Sunday 14 August, 2016

'I make YouTube videos for a living. My parents have a difficult time understanding what I do'

Sometimes this internet star finds it easier to just tell people she’s a teacher.

Tributes paid after death of "hugely talented" young Irish musician

Stevie Martin’s body was found a number of weeks after he was reported missing.

Culture - Friday 12 August, 2016

Town made famous by The Godfather has entire council dissolved for being run by the Mafia

Corleone, Sicily, is the town Godfather protagonist Vito Corleone is named after.

Culture - Thursday 11 August, 2016

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend? Cinema This post contains a poll

Trailer Watch: Which movie should you go see this weekend?

What’s a must-watch, and what’s a miss? We tell you.

Star Wars tourism has helped bring a surge of visitors to Ireland

‘Screen tourism’ is one of the factors behind a big increase in visitors.

Culture - Wednesday 10 August, 2016

Sandra Bullock and Rihanna tipped to star in Ocean's Eleven spin-off

Several famous names have been linked to the female-led project.

15 million people in the UK have done a "digital detox" Off The Net This post contains a poll

15 million people in the UK have done a "digital detox"

But have you? Have your say in our poll.

Ed Sheeran is being sued for allegedly ripping-off an absolute soul classic Let's Rip It Off This post contains videos

Ed Sheeran is being sued for allegedly ripping-off an absolute soul classic

The British singer is now facing two lawsuits.

Culture Night is back for its 11th year - and it just won't stop growing

Despite funding cuts and stretched budgets, Ireland’s culture-makers are putting their all into the night.

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