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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!
In the last five months since lockdown was first imposed, we have continually heard a new set of buzz words in association with Covid-19 - PPE, self isolation, social distancing, flattening the curve, pandemic. We have been told we must accept these changes in our lives as the 'new normal'.
Regular readers of Gardenwise might remember me mentioning, earlier in the summer, that I always dread hearing about a hosepipe ban, because nothing is more guaranteed to result in torrential rain shortly thereafter. I’ll leave you to judge for yourself whether that observation has this year been justified, pausing only to point out that the ban has, for some weeks, been lifted.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
Kevin Burke Tyres will reopen all of its retail outlets in line with the Government's road mapping guidelines.
ART HAS the ability to resonate with, and speak meaningfully to, situations it was never conceived to address, and there are points on Ezra Furman's new album that feel as though is speaking about the Covid-19 pandemic.