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There were notable performances by Craughwell AC athletes at the second day of the Galway cross country championships, which included the juvenile uneven age groups, at the Palace Grounds in Tuam.
MAX T BARNES, the country and western singer-songwriter and writer of numerous hit singles, will play Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 9pm.
MAX T BARNES, the country and western singer-songwriter and writer of numerous hit singles, will play Monroe’s Live on Friday February 28 at 9pm.
Tommy Fleming returns to Roscommon Arts Centre as part of his biggest Irish tour to date, performing here on Friday November 1. After the success of his recently released album Begin and his 2012 tour, performing to 50,000 people across Ireland, Tommy returns to Roscommon after a hugely successful open air concert in Lough Key as part of The Gathering celebrations last May.
Michael Shannon of St John’s AC in Clare took a third Galway victory in a week in the Boston Scientific Charity race last Tuesday. Shannon won comfortably in 15.49, with Matt Bidwell of GCH second in 15.56 and Keith Lynch of BMOH third in 16.12
Dominic Kirwan, one of Ireland's best and most popular concert performers, embarks on a nation-wide concert tour with his excellent band. The tour stops off at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar on Sunday, January 29 2012.
Spring is the perfect time to detox your closet. This time of year we start thinking about decluttering and buying a few key pieces to transition into spring. Before you buy a single piece, gut your closet by emptying every single thing out of it. A ‘quick tidy’ is vastly different from a ‘gut’. You will know this because it is more time consuming, creates more anxiety, and is ultimately more satisfying. Not to sound all Joan Crawford-ish, but its time to retire any wire hangers you may have. Store bought hangers are relatively cheap and make all the difference in keeping your clothing in good nick.
“THEY BUILD effigies of great size interwoven with twigs, the limbs of which are filled up with living people which are set on fire from below, and the people are deprived of life surrounded by flames.”
OVER THE past decade, Baile na hAbhann-based Irish language television station TG4 has produced many notable presenters including Grainne and Sile Seoige, Hector Ó hEochagáin, Aoife Ní Thuairisg, and Manchán Magan.