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An operatic search for Rosemary Kennedy

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THE NAMES John F Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy are iconic in American politics, and throughout the decades have continued to resonate, but there were other Kennedy children, not least of whom was Rosemary Kennedy.

Peter Kennedy to launch new children's books

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PETER KENNEDY, the Belfastman who has been playing the Renmore Panto's pantomime dame for the past 14 years, and writing its scripts for 12 years, is about to launch his latest venture - children's books.

AL Kennedy and Conor O’Callaghan for Cúirt

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AL KENNEDY, the Scottish author, columnist, commentator, and stand-up comic, is coming to Cúírt to read at an event alongside Conor O’Callaghan, shortlist nominee for the Kerry Group Novel of the Year.

Remembering Mark Kennedy

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What does anyone at twenty-one know about writing or anything else for that matter?

Brian Kennedy will play the Roisin Dubh

Brian Kennedy will play the Roisin Dubh on September 5 from 8pm. Tickets cost €20 (€18 members) and are available online at

Elite stylist Mary Kennedy rejoins Bellissimo dream team

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Bellissimo are delighted to welcome back elite stylist Mary Kennedy to their Dream Team.

Kennedy’s children and ‘the loss of heroes’

The dreams and disillusions of the Sixties’ generation are movingly portrayed in Robert Patrick’s award-winning play Kennedy’s Children which comes to the Town Hall the week after next.

Joe Kennedy appointed Chairman to airport board

The Board of Ireland West Airport Knock last Friday, announced that Joe Kennedy will succeed Liam Scollan as the Board’s new Chairman.

Brian Kennedy back at the Royal for Bank Holiday show

If there were a special award for being multi-gifted then Brian Kennedy would surely walk away with it. A critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, and proven radio/television presenter, he is now also acknowledged as an author of considerable worth. The common denominator of all his talents is easy to spot. Brian has performed in The Royal Theatre before but it has been many years and people are certainly looking forward to his Bank Holiday show on Saturday June 4 at 9pm.

Mayo families hope for progress on undocumented Irish during Minister’s US trip

Fine Gael Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs Spokesman Michael Ring, has expressed his hope that Foreign Affairs Minister Micheál Martin can make progress on the undocumented Irish at meetings in the US this week. Deputy Ring said there have been positive signals from the Obama administration and it would be a lasting tribute to the late Ted Kennedy if a deal could be reached.

 

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