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Exit strategy — the passing of a truly great roundabout

They just couldn’t leave it alone, could they? It was there tempting them for many years. They stopped and stared at it, wondering what a mess it was, how it could be solved. And this week, they went for the jugular.

Exit strategy — the passing of a truly great roundabout

They just couldn’t leave it alone, could they? It was there tempting them for many years. They stopped and stared at it, wondering what a mess it was, how it could be solved. And this week, they went for the jugular.

Out and about in Mayo

The Full Irish goes world-wide

Frank Naughton concerts at St Nicholas’

TENOR FRANK Naughton is promising to dispel some of the doom and gloom pervading the country these days with two seasonal concerts at St Nicholas’s Collegiate Church on Friday December 3 and Saturday 4.

Fame! I’m gonna live forever...

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DURING THE 1980s there were many prominent television series including Dallas, Dynasty, Cheers, The Cosby Show, Miami Vice, Who’s The Boss?, M*A*S*H, and The A-Team.

Hermione Hennessy keeps family tradition alive at the Royal

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The name Christie Hennessy is well-known in the history of Irish music legends. His death left an enormous hole in the music scene but his music will ensure his legacy live on. Now his daughter Hermione releases her new album Songs My Father Taught Me, a record that not only pays tribute to Christie, but an album he urged her to make before he died.

Hermione Hennessy keeps family tradition alive at the Royal

The name Christie Hennessy is well-known in the history of Irish music legends. His death left an enormous hole in the music scene but his music will ensure his legacy live on. Now his daughter Hermione releases her new album Songs My Father Taught Me, a record that not only pays tribute to Christie, but an album he urged her to make before he died.

Former McDonagh building would be ideal location for Galway City Municipal Art Gallery

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While viewing the exhibitions at the Galway Arts Festival box office in the former McDonagh/Instore building on No 5 Merchants Road last Saturday, it struck me that this building would be ideal to develop as a municipal art gallery for Galway city.

The business of arts

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If there was ever a time when business was business and the arts were — well, just messing around, enjoying oneself, it’s not now, and it’s certainly not in Galway.

Sligo must be punished, but how?

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The Galway Arts Festival has become such an enormous event (in fact it is now an international event of significance), that it is a bit like the Lisbon Treaty: You can’t see all of it; and while many of us see its value to the community, there are parts of it I don’t quite like.

 

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