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Our man south of the border, Ray Silke caught up with two of the men who could shape the outcome of Sunday's game in Salthill this week, Cillian O'Connor and Gary O'Donnell
Launched in 1992 by David Gold, Great Lengths hair extensions have become known as the Rolls Royce of hair. David Gold only acquires hair in its natural, untreated condition prior to processing for extensions. The hair can be permed, coloured, and treated just like your own hair.
Everyone who grew up in the nineties remembers the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Turtles, like Pogs, were certainly part of my childhood. In the world we live in of remakes, reboots, and sequels I cannot believe it has taken this long for a new live action Ninja Turtles picture (there was a animated movie TMNT in 2007 that went straight to DVD). The original movies from the early 90s were massive successes, in fact when the first film came out in 1990 it was the second highest grossing indie movie of all time. Sadly these films have not aged well which leaves the franchise ripe for a reboot. Unfortunately for us, producer Michael Bay has got his hands on the project and if his treatment of the Transformers franchise is anything to go by this will not end well.
Launched in 1992 by David Gold, Great Lengths hair extensions have become known as the Rolls Royce of hair. The hair used in the extensions is sourced from the temples in India. David Gold only acquires hair in its natural, untreated condition prior to processing for extensions. The hair can be permed, coloured, and treated just like your own hair.
Seventeen teams of Mayo secondary students have been selected to go forward to the Western regional final of the ERP Junk Kouture Recycled Fashion Competition at the Hudson Bay Hotel, Athlone, on March 25. The competition invites budding fashion designers to rework trash and used materials into remarkable high-end couture fashion, promoting sustainability, especially the recycling of electrical waste. The competition received phenomenal interest from the west, with the top 70 creations selected to go through to the regional final.
A MYSTERIOUS event from Earth’s past erupts into the present day and threatens to bring a war to Earth so big that the Transformers alone may not be able to save us.
A funny thing happens in the moments before the opening credits to a film adapted from one of your favourite books. You get this brief reality check, push-and-pull where you want the film to be even better than the book but know in the very back of your mind that the chances it will are very slim. How To Lose Friends and Alienate People is unfortunately no different.