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The Achill Henirich Böll Association is pleased to host a reading by John C Hampsey at The Vally House, Achill on Wednesday September 12 at 8pm.
"A MEDIAEVAL band cutting loose in the village square on a festival day" is how The Boston Globe described Italian ensemble Ensemble Micrologus, who will be "cutting loose" in Galway this month.
Hard to believe it’s been six months since Portershed opened — it is as if it has been there forever as it has delivered so much innovation and motivation to its users. It is home to some great motivational speakers.This week Portershed was thrilled to welcome back Professor Bob Rosenberg for an eagerly anticipated discussion on money — your fantasies and fears, what it’s worth, where it comes from, and why a pound of flesh can look like a bargain.
THEY ARE the "superheroes of the new music world," say the Boston Globe; while the Washington Post call them "the go-to quartet for contemporary music, tying impeccable musicianship to intellectual ferocity and a take-no-prisoners sense of commitment."
This weekend saw the Labour Ard Fheis in Mullingar. It was a fine turnout with Joan Burton the star at the Leader’s Speech. Throughout the weekend there is no doubt the local hero was Willie Penrose – a long-time serving Labour TD for Longford-Westmeath.
When the darkness strikes and when you know that no matter how loud you scream, you will not be heard, the feeling overtakes you. When you want to wail out for help, but you know that you have no voice, the desire to cry out leaves you. And so you sit and accept the wrongs done to you because in your mind, if nobody cares, then what hope is there. Hope has been stripped from you. And you have been left.
THE SURPRISE of the year so far is Spotlight. Much like Room it is an uncomfortable topic that will be avoided by people but you should not avoid it (or Room for that matter). The film concentrates on the investigation run by the Boston Globe in 1999/2000, on the systematic abuse and ensuing cover-up by the Catholic church throughout the last century.
THE SUITCASE Junket is Matt Lorenz, a Vermont musician who sings, strums, and plays up to four instruments with his feet at once. - one ofa number of remarkable things about this eccentric talent.