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IRISH SUPERSTAR DJ and music producer John O’Callaghan will be spinning the decks at Planetlove in the GPO, Eglinton Street, on Sunday October 24.
I’ve been reading again, for the first time in many years, Graham Greene’s novels, and in particular Brighton Rock, one of his earliest and still one of his finest, a new film of which is soon to be released.
Kenny’s Bookshop in Liosbán is set to challenge the dominance of Amazon with a new website and on-line book buying experience that could make it one of the leading cyber bookshops in the world.
The Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council was delighted to announce that the new County Buildings in Mullingar have been awarded an International Architecture Award by the The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design; the European Centre for Architecture Art Design; and Urban Studies and Metropolitan Arts Press, Ltd.
BLACK ANGLES, one of the darkest and most challenging pieces of music ever composed for a string quartet, will be performed by ConTempo during the Galway Arts Festival.
O, hurry, where by water, among the trees,
WE ARE Family, this year’s edition of The Cat’s Cradle, published by Galway University Hospitals Arts Trust and launched at Cúirt later this month, borrows its title from an unlikely source.
WITH A name like Sweet Jane and a singer called Lydia Des Dolles, you could be forgiven for thinking this Dublin trio took their moniker from one of The Velvet Underground’s best loved songs and were in thrall to a kind of decadent New York 1970s glamour.
I know it’s only a rumour, but nevertheless profoundly believed, that male medical students have an easy time with the girls. Many women appear to be under the impression that a doctor would make a ‘lovely husband’, and exert their wiles to make them believe they would make a perfect doctor’s wife.
DETAILS OF this year’s Tulca Visual Arts Festival were unveiled at a reception in the House Hotel last Friday.