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Friday 23 August, 2019

Smell-killing clothes and stains that clean themselves: The future of doing your laundry

Smell-killing clothes and stains that clean themselves: The future of doing your laundry

Jack O’Higgins looks at the technological and other changes shaping the way we do the washing.

Friday 9 August, 2019

Smell-killing clothes and stains that clean themselves: The future of doing your laundry

Jack O’Higgins looks at the technological and other changes shaping the way we do the washing.

Wednesday 26 June, 2019

'When someone walks through the door, they forget where they are': Inside Galway's most innovative cocktail bar

The America Village Apothecary and Tasting Room aims to change the way we think about cocktails.

Wednesday 19 June, 2019

'At the end of the day I just love it': How one man's passion for poitín led to one of Dublin's most talked-about new bars

New bar 1661 aims to bring back an overlooked spirit, according to its founder.

6 of the most amazing Irish photography accounts to follow on Instagram, according to photographers

From incredible sky photography to boundary-pushing portraits: give your feed new life with these images.

Wednesday 12 June, 2019

'Fans started knocking on the door': How the namesake pub of blues legend Rory Gallagher was reborn

Gallagher’s Gastro Pub is now a husband-and-wife operation with an impressive food offering.

Wednesday 5 June, 2019

'The annoying pimple on the music establishment': A melting pot of tribes on Dublin's Thomas Street

How the Thomas House keeps the flame burning in an increasingly “sanitised” city.

6 wild and wonderful festivals to party at this summer, according to Irish musicians

Looking for a unique festival experience? We asked the people who know best.

Wednesday 29 May, 2019

'Jesus, we're a brilliant pub, but we're a terrible off-licence': The story of Galway's legendary Blue Note bar

Malachy Duggan explains why it’s the only pub in the city with its own 30-piece choir.

'You'll be hooked': 7 books that won't let you down for a holiday read, according to Irish writers

We asked authors to share the books they find themselves going back to, again and again.

Wednesday 22 May, 2019

'When they step into the room, there's magic': The Grand Social's rise from the ashes of a superpub

In a former life this was Pravda, a Celtic Tiger cavern. It’s now something very different.

Wednesday 15 May, 2019

'People meet, discuss, hear stories and sing': How one of Ireland's oldest houses became a pub... again

The chequered history of the Hole In The Wall in Kilkenny.

Wednesday 8 May, 2019

'We all got very excited': How Drop Dead Twice grew a bar from a chance conversation

A new bar concept came to life at a Bruce Springsteen gig… and here’s what happened next.

Wednesday 1 May, 2019

'Only the front face of the building was left': The rebirth of the Oyster Tavern in Cork

How a premises from another century was brought back to life.

Wednesday 24 April, 2019

'There's been nothing but support': How 'a bunch of hipsters' in Lucky's regenerated a Liberties shopfront

The Dublin 8 spot has also become a haven for local artists.

Ireland's most Instagrammable places: 8 photographers share their favourite spots for a shoot

From a unique selfie to the perfect shot backdrop.

Wednesday 10 April, 2019

7 of the best takeaway coffees in Dublin, according to people who really know coffee

Here’s where the city’s top baristas and cafe owners go for their caffeine fix on the move.

Wednesday 3 April, 2019

'Everyone advised us to be subtle. We ignored them': The unlikely rise of The Barbers Bar

Want a pint and a haircut? That’s fine. Just a pint? That’s fine too.

Wednesday 27 March, 2019

'It's all very casual. We don't even have plates': The simple ethos that drives Caribou in Galway

The craft beer bar in Woodquay has built a reputation as a welcoming space.

Wednesday 20 March, 2019

'Also we'll need a wrestling ring': How Token became a one-of-a-kind Dublin bar

From after-work staff night to full-blown concept bar – the journey wasn’t easy.

Wednesday 13 March, 2019

'Neon lights, smoke and hazy images': How 80s movies inspired a very different bar in Hang Dai

Will Dempsey and Karl Whelan wanted to create a unique atmosphere.

What's Brendan Gleeson's favourite Netflix binge? 14 recommendations from top Irish filmmakers

What would Brendan Gleeson, Mark O’Halloran, and Nora Twomey watch if they were settling in for a night of telly?