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Bloggers head into the west for sold out ITWBN event

Hundreds of bloggers are gathering in Galway this weekend for a major networking event organised by Into The West Blogger Network (ITWBN)

Margaret Clayton exhibition in Renzo Café

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INTO THE West, an exhibition of oil paintings by Margaret Clayton, is currently on show at the Renzo Café, Eyre Street.

Try something different this Easter

Have you ever wanted to go hiking in Italy’s stunning Apennines? If the answer is yes, then Into the West Adventures has the perfect trip going to the Sibillini Mountains from April 17 to 24. This mountain chain lies in the heart of Italy and Into the West is giving you the chance to explore this idyllic region and walk its mountain trails, all while enjoying local cuisine and hospitality.

Adebisi Shank ‘Live N Loud’ at the Ruby Room

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The brilliant Adebisi Shank will play an intimate show at The Ruby Room of the TF Royal Theatre next Saturday night, July 28 titled Into The West along with Bats and upcoming artist Toby Kaar as part of the Live N Loud series. Also on the night expect to see the Vinyl Junkie Record Fair where hundreds of vinyl records will be up for sale that include Fugazi, Sebadoh, The Cure and much more!

Into the West Cycle Challenge 2012 - entry is now open

Entries for this year’s ‘Into The West’ charity cycle are now being accepted by members of the Lakeside Wheelers in Mullingar.

Adebisi Shank to headline Into the West this summer

Adebisi Shank will play the top the bill at the Into The West show taking place at The Clubhouse in Castlebar Celtic this summer along with Bats and upcoming artist Toby Kaar. Also on the night expect to find the Vinyl Junkie Record Fair where hundreds of vinyl records will be up for sale that include Fugazi, Sebadoh, The Cure, and much more.

Ray McBride — a profile

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Ray McBride was born in Bohermore, the son of Bobby and Kathleen. He was educated in the Claddagh National School and in Saint Mary’s College. He was always very athletic and tried his hand at a number of sports. He was no good at rugby and his Gaelic football career was cut short by a broken wrist, but he was a nifty soccer player.

 

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