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Champion runner to host race in Claregalway for Self Help Africa

A former Galway champion runner and NUIG scholarship student will spearhead a major charity road race in Claregalway, along the circuit of the popular Galway 5k Series, next month.

New exhibition open at the Custom House

A new exhibition of works by American painter Jill Madden has opened at the Custom House Studios in Westport, and it will run until September 2.

The Low Anthem at the Roisin Dubh

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FANS OF AMERICANA are in for a treat at the Roisin Dubh with Rhode Island band The Low Athem playing at the intimate venue on Saturday week, June 16. Formed in 1006 by Brown University students and part-time DJs Ben Knox Miller and Jeff Prystowsky, the band made their mark with their 2007 debut album What the Crow Brings. Drawing on their background in classical music, they widened their instruments and sound to include everything from WWI- era pump organs to crotales (a form of antique cymbal). With the addition of new member Jocie Adamas in 2007, the band began 2008 in remote Block Island off the coast of New England.

The Low Anthem @ Róisín Dubh

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Style Isle

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Every celebrity stylist that graces the airwaves is an advocate of this. Every woman who has experienced the benefits of this will also tell you how it changed their shape and ultimately created better fit of their outfit. I am also jumping on the bandwagon to tell you all about the importance of one simple thing - underwear. Whether you need it to function as suction (admit it, we all want a bit of this) or you need comfortable support, then there is nothing else like it. Let me pose a question, when we are putting together outfits for an occasion, for arguments sake, how often do we consider the style of our undergarments to compliment the shape of our dress or trousers? The majority would answer very little. So we need to get back to basics, and start with the first layer.

The Titanic a tragedy that left its mark in Westmeath

The sinking of the Titanic continues make to headlines as though the world is still coming to terms with it. With the 100th anniversary of one of the world’s worst maritime disasters just six months away it seems many stories that has disappeared into the mists of times are slowly been recovered.

International poetry at Over The Edge

WRITERS FROM Italy, Albania, the United States, and Ireland will be reading at the Over The Edge June Writers’ Gathering, which takes place next week.

Civic reception awarded to Commodore Mark Mellett

Castlebar Town Council this week awarded Commodore Mark Mellett a civic reception. Mellett, who is a native of Rathbawn Road, has risen to the rank of Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service, or as Mayor of Castlebar Cllr Ger Deere described him, “To you and me he’s the man in charge of the Irish Navy”.

Civic reception awarded to Commodore Mark Mellett

Castlebar Town Council this week awarded Commodore Mark Mellett a civic reception. Mellett, who is a native of Rathbawn Road, has risen to the rank of Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service, or as Mayor of Castlebar Cllr Ger Deere described him, “To you and me he’s the man in charge of the Irish Navy”.

Indie/hip hop genius Sage Francis for Cúirt

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SAGE FRANCIS, the indie/hip hop performer and spoken word artist is coming to the Róisín Dubh on Saturday April 16 at 8pm as part of this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature.

 

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