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“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy,” Henry Kissinger once said, and any objective reader of Signal, the magazine of the Irish Commissioned Officers Association, might find it hard to disagree.
When Charles Dickens first visited the United States in January 1842, the popularity of his books was such that he was mobbed by adoring crowds, feted and dined as the major celebrity that he undoubtedly was, and was guest of honour at a famous Valentine’s Ball in New York attended by 3,000 of the city’s great and good.
“Laughter is the best medicine, it is important for our mental health, for audiences, for the people working in the industry, and also for comedians themselves. They use it as therapy, it’s their only release. You can’t really do it on Instagram, you have to do it live.”
A DAUGHTER goes in search of her missing father, but her journey away from their home in Tír na nÓg results in her being stranded in the Ireland of the Civil War.
Ireland has a “moral responsibility” to take in far more than the “mere 195 refugees” from Afghanistan it has pledged to accept.
Baboró International Arts Festival for Children turns 25 this year and will be celebrating its silver anniversary in style with six premieres of work by Irish artists; seven new commissions, and young people co-creating many of the events.
LIAM O'FLAHERTY was travelling in the Americas during the War of Independence, while his brother Tom was involved in Communist politics in the United States.
FOLLOWING THE release of the single, 'Guerrilla Warfare In Your Back Garden', Tuam singer-songwriter Darragh O'Dea, has announced a debut album and two Galway gigs this winter.
The end of the 1981 Hunger Strikes in the H-Blocks will be commemorated by Galway Sinn Féin next week.
“There can be no place for any forms of sexual violence and harassment in our society, and there can be no room for doubt or ambiguity on the meaning and importance of consent.”