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RICK ROSSI needs to get away. It is a bad time and his future is uncertain. He was living the rock’n’roll high-life, until it all came crashing to a tragic halt when Pete, his friend and band member, died.
THE POETRY of Patrick Kavanagh will be read and celebrated in Galway at two events - one this month and the other in July.
Network Mayo is hosting an evening with Women for Election on Thursday, May 23, in Áras an Chontae, The Mall, Castlebar.
Achill Island and Louisburgh have made it on to the longlist in The Irish Times’ competition The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland. It will join 23 other holiday hotspots in the race to be named as Ireland’s best place to holiday. The other finalists include Dingle, Inis Meain and The Shannon River. Every county in the country was represented in the competition, with over 1,400 entries submitted in total by members of the public. The winning place will be announced in The Irish Times on Monday, May 27. To view the longlist and to read the full submission for Achill Island and Louisburgh, visit www.irishtimes.com/bestplace
IT MAY be the season of festive cheer and good will but there is unlikely to be much jollity in evidence when Four Angry Men - pundits David McWilliams, Fintan O’Toole, Shane Ross, and Nick Webb – take to the stage of the Radisson Hotel this Sunday.
JOURNALIST AND author Olaf Tyaransen will host the Leviathan political cabaret series which returns to Galway on Thursday April 26 at 7.30pm in Monroe’s BackStage Bar.
Irish Times journalist and author John Waters was in Athlone yesterday to launch the 28th annual exhibition of the Athlone Arts Group. The exhibition is open this Friday December 2 from 10am to 7pm and Saturday December 3 from 10am to 4.30pm in the Prince of Wales Hotel.
Bookworms from all over Ireland will be in heaven in September when the ninth annual Graiguenamanagh Town of Books Festival kicks off with a packed programme of events.
SURVIVING A withering glare from Diego Maradona; partying with French and Spanish football supporters on a train from Hanover to Berlin; and sitting in a Canadian bar, experiencing agony and ecstasy while following the Irish soccer team - it’s all in a day’s work for John Doyle.
Amnesty International’s Freedom Café on Middle Street recently received a makeover and to celebrate its new look, Amnesty will host an evening of poetry, talks, music, and coffee on Wednesday May 14 from 12.30pm to 9pm.