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Q: I am preparing for an upcoming job interview. I won’t tell you a word of a lie, this job means a great deal to me. It would put me two steps further up the ladder than I could feasibly have expected at this stage in my career. I have a strong chance because I have specialist experience. But I find myself being dragged into oceans of research about the company. Is there a danger of over researching them? (DC, email.)
This is the time of year when we pack up our cars and head off on our summer holidays, living in the hope that the Summer sunshine will also arrive and that more and more places will open up so that we can enjoy the attractions with a newfound zest. High temperatures and the busy roads of summer can put extra demands on cars and drivers. Kevin Burke Tyres have put together a few tips for our readers to reduce the risk of breakdowns and keeps stress levels to a minimum.
FROM THE moment that Covid-19 called a halt to pretty much everything, Róisín Dubh Comedy - the people behind Galway Comedy Festival - have been fighting the good fight and keeping us laughing during the lockdowns.
Never before has there been such scrutiny on the social contract we as a society have with each other. The Government's handling of Covid-19 has highlighted many of the long term inefficiencies in the State’s two-tier healthcare system, its unaffordable housing, and the precarious economy.
There is quite a good podcast called This Had Oscar Buzz, which looks at films from the past that were specifically made to win awards, but for one reason or another, failed to do so.
ON FRIDAY April 2, Karl Spain’s Comedy KARLnival is coming live from two venues, in two cities, in two different countries, and all on one livestream.
Philip Killeen, a Transition Year student at Presentation College Athenry,has embarked on a 775km charity cycle in memory of his grandmother, who passed away in London during the Christmas holidays.
ANY HONEST look at the music created over this past decade reveals a basic truth - most of the best music is being made by women.
TOM O'MAHONY, described by the late, very grate Rik Mayall as "psychotically funny", and Jo Caulfield, “one of the finest female comics at work” according to The Observer, play the next Comedy KARLnival at the Róisín Dubh.
There has been a lot in the news recently about the COVID haircut. Barbers nationwide saw all shades of wild and wonderful on their customers return to the barber chair. The 3 months forced haircut sabbatical meant a lot of men saw the extra hair growth as an opportunity to perhaps change hairstyle. But what haircut to choose is the quandary!