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Two words which are certainly prominent among business owners at the present time are ‘clarity’ and ‘positivity’.
As frontline workers persist with heightened levels of dedication and commitment amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Hot Yoga Athlone is offering free online classes in recognition of their continuous work in such extenuating circumstances.
Thyme, the perennially popular restaurant located at Custume Place in the heart of Athlone, has retained its Michelin Bib Gourmand status for 2021.
"We are a community who look out for each other," says Joe Greene when speaking about Woodquay. The proprietor of Joe Greene's Menswear has been ever present in the area for the past 37 years and says the area has always had a great atmosphere.
Nora’s last visit to Galway in April 1922 did not go well. Galway, as well as the country, was caught up in a deadly Civil War. The anti -Treaty forces had occupied the Connaught Rangers’ Barracks, Renmore, while the pro- Treaty forces occupied the Great Southern Hotel. The Galway to Dublin train was regularly fired upon from the barracks. There were sporadic gun fights around the Custom House, and the Masonic hall, as both sides struggled for possession. It was a dangerous time and people were fearful.
Michael Joseph Howley was born in Oranmore in 1895. His father died when Joe was just two years old. His mother was a sister of Peter Rabbitt, the proprietor of Rabbitt’s provision shop, licensed premises, and lodgings in Forster Street. She later married William Keane, the owner of Keane’s Bar in Oranmore. Joe, as he was popularly known, attended the local primary school and later went to the Bish in Galway. He obviously worked at farming as his mother once wrote, “He made a good lot with trading with cattle and sheep”.
Certain to prove a welcome and popular addition to the social scene upon its intended opening, the proprietor of Elevate Entertainment Centre is hopeful that Covid-19 restrictions permitting, his innovative venture will open for business in Easter 2021.
‘Well what do you have to say to Jim now after all our little squabbles he could not live without me for a month can you imagine my joy when I received a telegram from London a week after Jim and georgie on their way’…….wrote Nora in her unpunctuated flow of words, to her partner’s sister Eileen from her mother’s home in Bowling Green, in July 1912.
Celebrating a milestone fifth business birthday this week, Hairloom, has made vast strides within the hairdressing industry since first opening its doors on John Broderick Street in the heart of Athlone.
Pearl Beauty opened its doors on Ballina Street, Crossmolina, last month. After travelling around Australia and America, Pearl Beauty's proprietor, Victoria Coyle, came home and completed her beauty training in Castlebar.