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#Culture Magazine

# culture-magazine - Thursday 13 December, 2018

Double Take: The dying Dublin tree that's been transformed into a work of art

There’s something to discover from every angle.

9 of the best spots for a toastie around Ireland, according to serious chefs

From the simple ham ‘n’ cheese to a gourmet feast: the best places for a deliciously melty sambo.

# culture-magazine - Friday 7 December, 2018

4 events for... Christmas movie lovers who want the full experience

From pyjamas and pillows to a restored Church.

11 of the loveliest Christmas shopfronts around the country

Fairy lights make everything better.

Double Take: The Dublin cemetery built in the year 5618

Yup, you read that right.

'We'd never pulled a pint before opening night': How Kennedy's in Dingle became a pub... again

Opening a pub was an unexpected move for Michael Murphy.

Beers, barbecue and booze-free cocktails: The insider's guide to the food and drink trends coming in 2019

Here’s what will be taking over city streets near you.

# culture-magazine - Tuesday 4 December, 2018

11 places to go for picture-perfect views of Dublin

Take a break from the madness in the run up to Christmas and soak up some sights of our fair city.

Double Take: The humble Galway house that played a part in Irish literary history

Nora Barnacle was James Joyce’s wife and inspired many of his works.

'We have a massive connection with the GAA': How Devitt's keeps Camden Street old school

New owners gave the much-loved pub a facelift – but the focus is still on a good pint.

'I've been on this street since I was in a pram': The stories behind Dublin's market stalls

From Moore Street to Camden Street: the traders keeping Dublin in fruit, flowers and fish.

4 events for... Christmas market lovers looking for festive fun

It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas…

# culture-magazine - Wednesday 28 November, 2018

4 events for... literature fans (and others) at The Jonathan Swift Festival in Dublin

Celebrate the life and work of one of Ireland’s most treasured authors.

10 unique Irish prints that will be on display at this weekend's Winter Print Fair

From pink wafer biscuits to Liberty Hall.

9 of the best spots around Ireland for a great trad session (without the tourists) Hup

9 of the best spots around Ireland for a great trad session (without the tourists)

Our insider guide to the best music.

# culture-magazine - Wednesday 21 November, 2018

12 uniquely brilliant tattoos by Irish artist Ryan Sean Kelly

Including a pint of Guinness and the Poolbeg Towers.

Double Take: The 70ft statue in Dublin Bay that took 22 years to complete

The soaring statue is famed in Dollymount.

7 of the best old-fashioned pubs around Ireland, according to the man who knows best

Shane O’Donoghue, who runs Rural Pub Tours, shares his favourites.

4 excellent eats to try at Yuleyard - from cheese toasties to dim sum

‘All I want for Christmas is fooood…’

# culture-magazine - Wednesday 14 November, 2018

From wild horses to Elvis: A tour of Galway street art in 11 photos

A concise guide to the imagery around the City of Tribes.

Double Take: The 'Joker's Chair' in the heart of Dublin - and where it got its name

Take a seat and remember Ireland’s favourite fictional priest.

'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.

# culture-magazine - 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.

Double Take: The plaque asking people to 'kick the wall' on Salthill prom

You can’t leave Galway before you kick the wall.

Across the way: 11 of Ireland's most breathtaking bridges, in photos

Century-old stone bridges in Cork and contemporary designs in Dublin city.

# culture-magazine - Wednesday 31 October, 2018

Double Take: The bronze boy flying a paper plane in Dublin 6

Richard Crosbie grew up to fly air balloons, and the statue marks the site of his first expedition.

'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?

'If the atmosphere is good, the rain doesn't matter': The Irish music festivals braving winter weather

And what we could learn from Iceland, an even chillier island nation.

4 events for... anyone who loves musical theatre

Hit the right note with these November shows.

# culture-magazine - Wednesday 24 October, 2018

4 events for... Halloween lovers looking for something scarily different

Fill your Halloween weekend with scary movies, haunted tours and spooky parades.

9 of Ireland's most dramatic ruined churches, in photos

Is there anywhere more Halloween-appropriate than a ruined church? Perhaps not.

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