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Brexit continues to prove a topical issue as new Garda Commissioner takes on key role

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Men In Black and Charlie’s Angels screenwriter to give Fleadh masterclass

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ED SOLOMON, the scriptwriter of Men In Black and Charlie’s Angels, and who is working on the third Bill and Ted film, will give the Screenwriters Masterclass at this year's Galway Film Fleadh.

‘We have to put our biases under the microscope'

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EMILY CULLEN is a poet, an academic, a harpist, and, in April, will preside over her first Cúirt International Festival of Literature as programme director. Cúirt has been a passion since her student days, and now in a position to run the festival, she has a vision for it that places 'diversity' at its core.

Letter from Ted Hughes to Sylvia Plath’s mother, Aurelia, March 15, 1963

Dear Aurelia, It has not been possible for me to write this letter before now...

Imagination and visual storytelling celebrated in show at Luan Gallery

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Luan Gallery has opened its winter 2016 exhibition to great aplomb. Without the Words is a group touring exhibition featuring the works of Illustrators Ireland members and is a celebration of the brightest talents of Irish illustration today.

Poetry on the menu at local hospitals

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To celebrate Poetry Day today (Thursday) a menu of poems called "Soul Food" will be distributed throughout Irish hospital wards, waiting rooms and other healthcare settings for patients, visitors and staff to enjoy.

Today is Poetry Day -what are you going to do?

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POETRY IS one of humanity's oldest forms of artistic and personal expression, found across all eras, languages, and cultures. Today is Poetry Day and Galway will mark the venerable form with a number of events.

Book review - Nuala O’Connor's Miss Emily

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AT FIRST glance, Miss Emily by Nuala O’Connor - aka Nuala Ni Chonchúir - is a relatively simple tale of a growing relationship, not to say friendship, between two women, one the daughter of a working class Irish family who decides America offers her a better future than the humdrum poverty stricken life in late 19th century Dublin, and the other a somewhat withdrawn daughter of a middle class New England family, in whose house the Irishwoman finds a job as a housekeeper.

 

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