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AS TECHNOLOGY progresses, at what point will the distinctions between machines and humans become blurred? Can poetry still be a voice or rage and reason against oppression and discrimination? And Irish literature, what lies behind its recent renaissance?
This is the last chance for Athlone’s most striking specs wearers to show off their style and be in with a chance of winning €12,000 cash.
It seems the little man-een is coming back to us. At the moment in the middle of Eyre Square lies a large wooden box housing a team of workmen, beavering away on some secret project, Galway’s answer to Shrodinger’s cat. But this cat may be out of the bag, because speculation is rife (when is speculation anything other than rife?) that in the second week of next month, a familiar face will return to the Square. And it’s not a minute too soon.
Speech and drama classes are rooted in encouraging students to develop a love of literature, poetry, and drama, and improving their standard of communication through the spoken word. The Garvey School of Speech and Drama works at developing students' self-confidence and a broad range of essential life skills that will support them in the future.
thorough as they learn to express themselves. They can strike anytime between the ages of one to four years and usually occur when your child gets frustrated or feels the need to push boundaries. Having been through them with my own children I have some tips for dealing with toddler temper tantrums.
A local psychologist and author has warned that narcissism is rampant among young people in their teens and twenties.
Death Drive is a group exhibition by four artists; Vanessa Donoso Lopez, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Maximilian Le Cain, and Siobhán McGibbon.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
DAVE, MARY, and Sean are paid to be heroes, but who are they being heroes for? The massive heroism outsourcing corporation they work for, or the needy clients who ring their call centre because they have no one else to turn to? And how can they help either of those when they cannot even help themselves?
Sinn Féin Councillor Thérèse Ruane is calling for greater participation of women in decision making in society today. In particular, she is calling on women to use their talent, skill and energy to contribute to public life.