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Lamb is great anytime, but at this time of the year it is fantastic.
Olive Gavin owns and runs The Hair Boutique on Chapel Street in Castlebar.
Lamb is great any time, but this time of the year it is lovely. The weather is usual for our summer, raining one minute, sunny the next and it is hard to eat a proper meal in the heat.
Taste of France, located in Cross Street Lower, is owned and run by Thierry and Catherine Schreiber, natives of France. This store offers a wide range of products from renowned French suppliers known for their made-in-France tradition from areas such as Provence, Drome, and Basque country. The product range on offer includes candies, linen, accessories, natural cosmetics, and a delicatessen.
It all began with a single olive oil cream 25 years ago when the Ziaja brand was founded by two Polish pharmacists (Aleksandra and Zenon Ziaja) and their desire to make skincare products with the best natural ingredients that were a source of skin pleasure and well-being.
It is often said that when one door closes, another one opens, and this certainly rings true for Jacinta and Val Lynam. After the couple were both made redundant by their former employer, they decided it was time to make the leap and start their own business. With Jacinta Lynam’s years of experience in the catering and hospitality industry as a general manager and Val’s passion and enthusiasm for food as a renowned head chef, they decided to merge their business and creative talents and launch an event catering company.
Olive has been used in skincare for thousands of years because of its ability to increase moisture levels and improve skin elasticity.
Kate Wright has moved from her Cobblestones Cafe in Quay Lane, Galway, to a location upstairs in the Orantown Centre in Oranmore. A courageous move, I would think, but I am sure the legendary high rents in the city have something to do with it. Similar to the article last week about the new owners in Loughrea, these premises have also had two previous incarnations. The fact that Kate makes absolutely everything on site every day should make the difference and help make this a success.
Easy A is not like your average high school comedy as the heroine is no sweetheart, in fact she goes all out to go bad, well, to pretend to be by letting the rumour mill spread the word, very quickly, that she has lost her virginity and is now selling certain favours.