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What better start to your life together as Mr and Mrs than a honeymoon or wedding in the Caribbean? Here are five memorable spots.
THE FINEST music ever produced by African-Americans, Jamaicans, and Caribbean emigrants to Britain, will be heard via 7" vinyl when the Soulboys V Rudeboys clubnight makes a welcome return to the Róisín Dubh.
Despite the challenges, dangers, bankruptcies, and in some cases, exploitation, by the mid 19th century Galway had a small but profitable fleet of sailing ships. In previous weeks I have outlined some of the achievements and failures of the Galway Line, which between 1858 and 1864 completed a total of 55 trouble free return voyages to New York and Boston. One of its ships, the Circassian, which I discussed last week, sailed from Galway on September 21 1859 to New York with 342 passengers of whom 108 were first class. One hundred and seventy persons who applied for passage were turned away as the ship was full.
When the notion of an arthouse cinema for Galway was first mooted back in the day, it seemed a much more desirable project than it has since become. In a city that just loves its luvvies, it seemed only right that a place with a history of film development and promotion should have a flagship arthouse cinema, a venue that would act as an unofficial shrine for those who love non-mainstream movies.
If you are planning some winter sun holidays, the advice from Corrib Travel is as always to book as soon as possible.
A senior director of one of the biggest cruise companies in the world is coming to Galway to promote sales — on the Aran Islands.
A former teacher from Salthill, who first felt a “calling” to the religious life as a child while attending the Solemn Novena at Galway Cathedral, was ordained a Dominican priest at the weekend.
SOUL, JAZZ, Afro, Latin, and Caribbean styles, biting social commentary and a core message of hope, will come together in the music of French-Canadian collective The Souljazz Orchestra.
Irish people are being advised to take appropriate precautions if visiting Central and South America and the Caribbean. The advice comes in the wake of the World Health Organisation’s declaration of the zika virus as a public health emergency of international concern.
I think we all agree that summer 2015 was non existent...the endless rain and dreary weather could be what we can expect of our summer months thanks to climate change. Don’t get left behind next year — book early to get the best value for money for a summer holiday where you are guaranteed sun and fun for all the family.