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THROUGHOUT THEIR careers, both musician/broadcaster Philip King and writer Joseph O’Connor have documented the development of Irish consciousness and sense of identity.
THROUGHOUT THE past decade Offaly’s Neil Delamere has been one of the top comics on the Irish comedy circuit. After graduating from DCU in the late 1990s he decided programming computers wasn’t for him and instead he began to do open mic slots in Dublin circuit.
Anthony Ryan came to Galway from Craughwell to work as an accountant in Donnellan’s hardware shop at number 16, Shop Street. While he was there a new apprentice named Katherine Morrisson from Drumfin in County Sligo came to work there. They started going out together and later married. They decided to set up their own business and they managed to lease number 18 Shop Street.
Conor Casby’s nude portraits of Brian Cowen, which have been causing a sensation these last few days, reminded me of a story I once heard about Brendan Behan.
Fans of the iconic 1960s and ‘70s western The Virginian have been given an incredible chance to spend 10 days in Houston, Texas, with the star of the famous series – for an outlay of just a tenner.
Dara Calleary TD, Minister of State for Labour Affairs at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, last week formally unveiled a collection of books donated by the family of the late Charles J Haughey to the National Museum.
“WATCHING BARACK Obama get to The White House was such a one-off experience. For him to go from such obscurity to the highest political position in the world in such as short space time was an unparalleled journey in American politics.”
Frank Maguire, the former communications consultant to US presidents John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson, will host a major workshop in Galway outlining innovative approaches to making business work in these difficult times.