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The Scéalta Grá na hÉireann series on TG4 concludes next Wednesday, February 17, at 8.30pm, with the epic love story of Gráinne Ní Mháille and Richard in Iron Bourke, that takes place during a time of great change and upheaval in 16th century Ireland.
In a year of change, one thing has remained the same and that is Carnacon are looking to claim the Mayo Ladies Football Senior Championship once again.
Rosemount native, Barry Fielding, and his wife Grace, who hails from Tubber, both now resident in Jersey City in the US, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser this week, as COVID-19 personally impacted upon their daily lives in recent times.
Rock legend Robert Plant; songwriting legend Burt Bacharach; five world premiers and two Irish and two European premieres for theatre; an on street silent disco/flash mob, and major public discussions on Brexit and climate change - this is the Galway International Arts Festival 2019.
I have mentioned recently Sir William Wilde’s energetic guide to Lough Corrib - Its shores and Islands (published 1867), and his excitement as he and his family steamed across Ireland from Dublin, to begin their long summer holiday at their holiday home, Moytura Lodge, Cong, at the very north of the lake. From steam train to the Eglinton steamer, which left Galway every day to service the villages on the lakeshore, including Cong, the Wildes steamed passed the ancient home of the Blakes at Menlough (Menlo)* located just before the river enters the great lake.
ROBERT PLANT, the lead singer of Led Zeppelin, the rock god, who has since become a visionary solo artist, will play the Galway International Arts Festival this summer.
WHEN EDNA O’Brien’s novel, The Country Girls was first published in 1960, it scandalised conservative Catholic Ireland and the controversy over the book saw it being both banned and ceremonially burned.
A new chapter for the Mayo Ladies senior team will open on Sunday in the Swinford Amenity Park when they host Tipperary in round one of the Ladies National Football League at 2pm.
I will begin this column by noting and paying respect to the late US president George Bush who died recently. I have not any particular memories about him but I have always felt that he was a most honourable person, and that seems to be the general opinion now upon his passing. I noted at his funeral home that his faithful dog who he has had for years was keeping watch on the rug outside, and I thought well, the late president must have had very admirable human traits. May he rest in peace.