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Irish breweries have been setting the standard for craft beer for years. With the popularity of craft beers on the rise, we have put together a list of craft beers perfect for a Father’s Day gift, all available at Joyce’s Supermarket.
In the days before cigarettes were invented, clay pipes were very popular and could be found in most houses in the country. They were mainly used by working class people, easy to purchase, mass produced, cheap and light, and smoked by men and women. The short stemmed version was known as a dúidín or dudeen in Ireland, as a cutty in Scotland, and a ‘nose warmer’ in England. The longer version was known as the Beannacht Dé pipes or ‘The Lord ha’ mercy’ pipe, as that was how people invariably responded when you gave them one, “Beannacht Dé leat”.
“THE CELLO can be bass, soprano or alto. Its endpin strikes the ground and it seems as if its power and deep sound are coming up from the earth. When played it lies between the musicians legs and they have to embrace it. It’s a very physical thing, it almost becomes part of their body.”
THE SOUND of the cello, a pleasure for the ear and appealing to the heart as the instrument many believe is closest in sound to the human voice, will be at the centre of a new festival for Galway.
Amid the present uncertainty which has descended upon daily life due to the detrimental impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, one local business has opted for a positive stance and is preparing for the future in progressive mode.
Enjoy the perfect girls’ night out at The Skeff Late Bar this Friday, 3rd January. Gather the troop for one last Christmas hoorah before returning to work. Join our host Dinny Cro as he takes to the stage for the second round of his Scéal Ale Sessions. This time he will interview three top Fashion and Beauty experts to hear all about their professional journeys to-date, their life behind the lens, makeup tips, styling tricks, advice for those interested in blogging and their aspirations for 2020.
There is something wonderful about seaside villages — and it all comes down to the soundscape. My fascination with that noise began with a reading of E. Annie Proulx’s wonderful book The Shipping News which brought the reader into that space where the crashing Atlantic against the rocks of Newfoundland became a character in the narrative. And so it is here in Liscannor, this beautiful space looking out on that same ocean, where the sound of the waves plays an equal part of everyday life.
CAD É an scéal? is the Irish for 'What's the story?'. It is also the title of an event taking place on Culture Night exploring common words and phrases and their sometimes surprisingly boozy origins.
Ideally located in the centre of Galway city, looking out onto picturesque Eyre Square, The Skeff Late Bar is a monument of the city’s social scene. Soak up the atmosphere of the city over after
Specsavers Galway stores specialise in children’s eyecare and can provide you with expert advice on the best eyewear ranges for your little ones. This includes contact lenses, which are perfect for after school sports and other recreational activities ahead of the new school year.
Ideally located in the centre of Galway city, looking out onto picturesque Eyre Square, The Skeff Late Bar is a monument of the city’s social scene. Soak up the atmosphere of the city over after-work cocktails, sip on a coffee, or relax with a creamy pint.