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Cherry - a film made for awards it will never win

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There is quite a good podcast called This Had Oscar Buzz, which looks at films from the past that were specifically made to win awards, but for one reason or another, failed to do so.

New release on demand movie reviews...

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BEN O’GORMAN

Cherry - a film made for awards it will never win

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THERE IS quite a good podcast called This Had Oscar Buzz, which looks at films from the past that were specifically made to win awards, but for one reason or another, failed to do so.

Cellnutrition Health to start testing promising new vaccine and immunotherapy

Driven by its war cry to futureproof healthcare systems globally by creating healthy people not patients, Galway-based Cellnutrition Health is in the process of testing and producing a new vaccine for viruses including the ever-mutating COVID-19 as well as bacteria, fungi and parasitic infections.

GOAL CEO thanks the people of Galway for supporting this year’s Christmas virtual GOAL Mile

GOAL has thanked the hundreds of people all over Galway city and county who turned out over Christmas to do a virtual GOAL Mile to support vulnerable communities all over the world.

New exhibition at Renzo Café

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DAVID MCLOUGHLIN, an artist, illustrator, and animator based in Galway, is currently exhibiting his work at the Renzo Café on Eyre Street.

‘We’re continuing Gilgamesh, making it work in a different way’

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“SHE’S SOME woman for one woman” is a phrase that can very easily be applied to Macnas artistic director Noeline Kavanagh, who also embodies that old adage, “The show must go on.”

GOAL urges local participation in virtual event this Christmas

GOAL is calling on all runners and walkers within the local community to go the distance and register to complete a virtual GOAL Mile this Christmas in support of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

Gardenwise | What’s in A Name – Feeling Sorry for a Tulip...

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You might remember me mentioning last week that I’d been ordering tulips, so just to remind you, you still have several weeks to plant the bulbs if you haven’t already. As they originate in the Middle East (not in Holland – the Dutch are just brilliant at growing and breeding them), they really need baking heat in summer, after the flower and foliage has yellowed and died down, in order to flower the following year. (Don’t we all.) This not always being forthcoming in Northern Europe, for every dozen you plant you could be lucky if two or three bother to show up in year two. That said, nothing else makes such a colourful display in late spring – so if you’re thinking of indulging, here are a few suggestions.

Through The Glass Darkly

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Two distinct phases of the hermetic life existed in early Christianity. The first phase was the Egyptian phase, the era of the desert hermits. With its scarcity of resources and its forbidding geography, the desert was a radical contrast to urban areas. These factors shaped the fierce insights of the desert hermits: the extreme individualism, their hostility toward social life, and their separation from conventional ecclesiastical authority.

 

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