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Wednesday 14 November, 2018

'We draw people into magical scenes': The inside story of Dublin's Christmas windows

The window designers behind Dublin’s most famous festive displays share their secrets.

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Friday 9 November, 2018

From The Daily Edge Men, please don't propose to your girlfriend if it involves stealing the limelight from her Put A Ring On It

Men, please don't propose to your girlfriend if it involves stealing the limelight from her

‘It’s time we call a halt to this worrying trend of straight men proposing to their girlfriends at inopportune times.’

Wednesday 7 November, 2018

'You can have the best craic at the counter': The stories of Ireland's old-school butchers

Two of Ireland’s longest standing butchers share their perspective.

'We use the downtimes to repair': How The Bulman Bar turned an ancient pub into a foodie haunt

The owners of the Kinsale institution share their story.

Friday 2 November, 2018

From The Daily Edge Vegans aren't putting in or out on anybody - so how about we stop making tired jokes about them? Vegans

Vegans aren't putting in or out on anybody - so how about we stop making tired jokes about them?

“Why is it that the same people who condemn others for being easily offended are triggered by the notion of a Linda McCartney sausage?”

Wednesday 31 October, 2018

'It's the best pub I've ever worked in': Why Walsh's in Stoneybatter is loved by staff and locals alike

And why wouldn’t they all be smitten, with free cheese on Tuesdays?

Wednesday 24 October, 2018

'Musicians were looked down upon around here': How Gus O'Connor's became a legendary trad pub

The Doolin landmark has been hosting sessions for decades. So how did it start?

'The day it becomes a chore, I'll pack it in': 3 taxi drivers around Ireland on life behind the meter

Meet the people who bring you home from your night out.

Sunday 21 October, 2018

From The Daily Edge Here's what happened when I asked every presidential candidate if they had seen A Star is Born Out Of The Shallow

Here's what happened when I asked every presidential candidate if they had seen A Star is Born

The only issue you need to base your vote on.

Wednesday 17 October, 2018

12 of the best brunch destinations around Ireland, according to the chefs who should know

We asked the insiders to pick their top spots for a weekend brunch.

Wednesday 10 October, 2018

'We have 10-15 Ed Sheeran fans a day': O'Connells, the Galway pub that accidentally went global

And Ed Sheeran isn’t even the biggest draw.

'When it gets dark, it plays with your mind a little': The stories behind Ireland's spookiest buildings

From Loftus Hall to Kinnitty Castle, we talk to the owners of Ireland’s haunted houses.

Friday 5 October, 2018

From The Daily Edge Why surprise celebrity gossip is the best celebrity gossip Gimme The Goss

Why surprise celebrity gossip is the best celebrity gossip

Give me all the secret babies and secret weddings.

Wednesday 3 October, 2018

The Easter Rising holdout where a Leinster captain pulled pints: The incredible history of the Swan Bar

“I stuck the rugby jerseys up on the wall, they were all in the hot press.”

5 of Ireland's most underappreciated shopping centres, according to an architect

We spend a lot of time in shopping centres. But how often do we consider their design? We asked an architect for some highlights.

Friday 28 September, 2018

From The Daily Edge Prime Time was wrong to ask if #MeToo has gone too far - it hasn't gone far enough Me Too

Prime Time was wrong to ask if #MeToo has gone too far - it hasn't gone far enough

‘We have to keep talking about sexual violence and recognise it doesn’t always happen in a darkened alley but that often it happens in bedrooms’.

Wednesday 26 September, 2018

'It has the best view of any pub in Ireland': The secret behind the great pints at JJ Bowles

There’s more to it than just Limerick’s oldest pub.

An insider guide to the most delicious vegan food in Dublin - from burgers to buddha bowls

We asked the experts how for their recommendations: from burgers to buddha bowls and beyond.

Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Friday 14 September, 2018

From The Daily Edge 'It's time we let Serena Williams just be Serena Williams, imperfect and complex as she may be' Goat

'It's time we let Serena Williams just be Serena Williams, imperfect and complex as she may be'

Why are we so quick to vilify certain athletes over others?

Wednesday 12 September, 2018

'It put another string to my bow': How one of Ireland's best-known trad musicians came to own a pub in Westport

Matt Molloy’s name is synonymous with The Chieftains, Planxty, and a beloved Mayo bar.

'Calling it a sardine can is generous': 3 tiny Irish restaurants serving up big, big flavours

You’ll need a reservation – or a whole lot of luck.

Wednesday 5 September, 2018

'It's kept the street alive in tough times': How Tom Barry's became a local institution in Cork

From a tiny two-room pub to an icon of Cork nightlife.

Friday 31 August, 2018

From The Daily Edge Forget Louis CK - it's time to start supporting and shouting about the women who make you laugh Shout Her Name

Wednesday 29 August, 2018

Jesuit schools, bookshops and even a rubbish dump: 4 Dublin theatres in unlikely locations

‘When we dug the place up we found oyster shells and Norman crockery.’

Friday 24 August, 2018

From The Daily Edge A comprehensive look back at Crystal Swing and what they've been up to for the last eight years Crystal Schwing

A comprehensive look back at Crystal Swing and what they've been up to for the last eight years

Ahead of Derek’s papal blessing this weekend.

Wednesday 22 August, 2018

'We have the old bits and pieces exactly as they were': Bringing a 107-year-old Cavan pub back to life

The restoration of Gartlan’s was painstaking work for Sheila and Padraic Smith, but it was worth every minute.

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’.

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