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The King's Head pub in the heart of Galway’s Latin Quarter is steeped in more than 800 years of history. This landmark pub, which has been owned and run by the Grealish family since 1989, has created its own history with the arts in Galway - earning a wonderful reputation for live music, lunchtime comedy, and the outrageous.
Brothers Martin and Diarmuid Mulkerrins from the Moycullen Handball Club feature in the second series of All-Ireland handball finals at Croke Park on Saturday.
Moycullen native Diarmuid Mulkerrins added his name to the history books when he captured the All-Ireland minor singles softball title at the second time of asking.
It was a historic day last Monday when Independent Cllr Richard Finn followed in the footsteps of his father Martin, in becoming the first citizen of the county, when he was elected to the position of Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council.
NICO AND Martin are taking children on a fascinting journey Out Of The Door. The WhistleBlast Quartet will bring them on a guided tour of the best loved characters from fairy tales - this is the Galway Music Residency's Family Lunchtime Concerts.
The funeral will take place today in Moycullen of Theresa McDonagh, who died after being attacked by two dogs in the area last weekend.
The Galway Archaeological & Historical Society AGM takes place in the Harbour Hotel on Monday, 9th January, 2017, and will be preceded by a Lecture, commencing at 8.00 p.m. to be given by Peadar O’Dowd entitled, “1916 and the Fight for Independence – Impact on a Galway Family”. The family involved is the former Crowe family of Bohermore, in which Martin, Julia and William were active during the Fight for Independence, while their father, John, escaped death from English naval shelling during the 1916 Galway rebellion. Martin was subsequently interred in Ballykinlar Internment Camp in County Down during 1921, and his story is contained in Vol. 48 (1996) of the society’s journal.
This photograph was taken in 1900 of the staff of Robert MacDonald, the plumber from Dominick Street. The business was started by his father, Peter MacDonald (late manager for Ross and Murray), who advertised himself in 1887 as “Plumber, Brassfounder and Gasfitter”.
THE HIGH KINGS – Finbarr Clancy, Brian Dunphy, Martin Furey and Darren Holden – will get Galway's 2017 off to a rousing folk and trad start when they play the Seapoint Ballroom, Salthill, on Saturday January 14 at 8pm.
Connacht Rugby and the community of Creggs lost valued friend Dr Joe Daly who passed away recently after a long illness.