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Children are victims of mankind’s cruelty

It is not right that children fail to outlive their childhood. Their young legs should in an ideal world, enable them to run free, to find wonderment in the environment that is their playground, to leap with their imaginations into the recesses of their young minds, as yet untainted by the cynicism of adult life. And this imagination and carefreeness should come with the love and care of those who are charged with shaping the environment in which they grow.

Children are victims of mankind’s cruelty

It is not right that children fail to outlive their childhood. Their young legs should in an ideal world, enable them to run free, to find wonderment in the environment that is their playground, to leap with their imaginations into the recesses of their young minds, as yet untainted by the cynicism of adult life. And this imagination and carefreeness should come with the love and care of those who are charged with shaping the environment in which they grow.

Savages, trumpets, and unisex bands

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THE BLISTERING Ulster punk of Rural Savage, the post-punk energy of Trumpets Of Jericho, and the alternative rock of Fred and Bob are coming to Citóg.

Add a new twist to your workout

It is being hailed as the latest fitness must-have and has none other than America’s First Lady Michelle Obama singing its praises.

Joe Fury & the Hayride to launch debut album

A NIGHT of rock’n’roll, rockabilly, and country music is on the cards in Campbell’s Tavern, Cloughanover, when Joe Fury & the Hayride launch their debut album.

Rockabilly - the second American revolution

ELVIS PRESLEY and his friends Scotty Moore and Bill Black were in Sun Studios in July 1954 recording some tracks. During some down time they started “goofing around” with a tune called ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’.

The Backstage Bar opens at Monroe's

Sunday March 6 sees the opening of another new bar at Monroe's Live Music Venue. The Backstage Bar, located at the back of the venue's main stage upstairs, has a capacity of up to 180 people and will run a special Sunday Night Season.

Americana at The Crane

THE SOUNDS of American folk, roots, trad, and rockabilly will fill The Crane Bar during September with a host of gigs which are part of the Galway-Americana Festival.

Kilkenny skater secures All-Ireland title

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The All Ireland hurling final may be just around the corner, but Kilkenny has already secured yet another All Ireland title.

Waist-whittling Powerhoop

The Powerhoop sold out in its thousands Stateside when America’s First Lady Michelle Obama was forthcoming with her admiration for the fitness product late last year.

 

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