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I love the smell of the Galway International Arts Festival programme.
Galway man Richard Donovan is something of a superstar in the gruelling sport of ultra running. He has made truly epic runs across many of the world’s most extreme climates including the Sahara Desert, Mount Everest, the Inca Trail, and the Amazon jungle. In 2002 he became the first runner in the world to run a marathon at both the North and South poles and in 2009 he was the first athlete to run seven consecutive marathons on seven continents in less than seven days.
One of Galway’s best loved businesses is Ernie’s Fruit and Veg in Sea Road, which has been a central fixture in the west end community for more than 40 years. The shop was founded and is still run by Ernie Deacy, ably assisted by his son Ernest jr and daughter Annemarie, while his other son, Paul, owns Bell, Book and Candle just around the corner.
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GALWAY'S SOMETHING To Sing About Choir will host a concert this Saturday in the Salthill Hotel, with special guests Marc Roberts, Emma Langford, Richie Byrne, and Maria and Kenny Fahy.
I hope you have survived Christmas. As I write this, it is December 28, so life is beginning to come back to normal, trains and buses are running, shops are open, people are reading newspapers, and the madness is over. Except, of course, for children, who are having an absolutely wonderful time.
The best thing about travel is the opportunity to eat new, exciting things, and sometimes you don’t need to travel very far to see food in a whole new light. The Campo Viejo Tapas Trail has just finished its second run in Galway, it gave just the opportunity to be a tourist in your own home. The passion, generosity, and vibrancy of Spain came to the streets of Galway from August 24 to September 7, taking place twice a week, on Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9pm and Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm.
After a few weekends of exciting club championship hurling action, the football clubs swing into competitive championship fare this Saturday and Sunday with both the seniors and intermediates kicking off.
Tributes have been paid to Galway Racecourse chairman and former auctioneer Terry Cunningham who passed away suddenly on Monday evening. The 71-year-old was extremely well-known in the city due to his auctioneering business and work on the race committee, of which he had been a member since 1990.