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It was the action that went down in military history as much for its commanders’ incompetence as for its soldiers’ perceived heroism.
JINX LENNON, the Dundalk agit-folk, punk-poet, has just released two new albums - Past Pupil Stay Sane and Magic Bullets Of Madness To Uplift Grief Magnets - and plays two shows in County Galway this week.
Sligo racecourse at Cleveragh has hosted a number of cross country events over recent years. The racecourse itself is one lap of almost eight furlongs – a mile circuit and there is a wonderful vista across the town to blue ridge hills and beyond to Ben Bulben. As well as an interior grass track alongside the tarmac strip for ambulances during race meetings, there are a number of grassy tracks up and down the slopes. It recently hosted the Connacht senior, masters, and novices championships.
Property: Grana Oge, Garden Vale, Athlone
Winning a first county title is wonderful, but, the second can be even sweeter as the moniker of a "one-in-a-row" team is gone forever.
"I HAVE a passion for words. I celebrate the minor and major mysteries of life with poetry. I will recite a rhyme, tell a story, maybe sing a song for your entertainment. I see myself as a knight whose quest is to open the door to the imagination again and again."
To celebrate the life of John ‘Jack’ Feeney, 'The Mayo Nightingale', an evening of story and song will be presented by Mayo County Council’s Arts Service and Ballina Municipal District in Swinford Cultural Centre on Friday, September 23.
There is a great comfort about diving into some place for a bite of lunch and opting for the same bloody thing every day. The familiarity with which we go back to the tried and tested leaves one leaving the establishment, our appetite sated, but perhaps cursing ourselves for not having the neck to try something different.
Controversial British politician George Galloway will be in Galway later this month for a special screening of the documentary, The Killing$ of Tony Blair, after which he will take part in a question and answer session with the public.
Liveline's Joe Duffy will be in Galway this weekend to speak as part of a two day conference examining the history of children and childhood during and after the revolutionary period in Ireland.