The Lost Gecko’s newest single ahead of their Scatterbox EP, due for release later this year, can be described in … Continue reading “I Can Hear Echoes” – The Lost Gecko Single Review
It may seem tricky to call for a community to come together when all we are being told to do … Continue reading Community is Key
The erosion and eradication of the Irish language by English settlers is part of Ireland’s history that many leprechaun loving … Continue reading Where are you from?
Apparently pride is the deadliest of the seven deadly sins. It is the root of all sin according to the … Continue reading Pride – My favourite deadly sin!
Roy Keane’s parents moved to Rathpeacon, the jewel of Cork lying between Whitechurch (ugh) and Blackpool (ugh), in the 1990s. … Continue reading Rathpeacon’s adopted star!
It is hard to pin Cillian Murphy to one role. He has never been typecast and is believable in every … Continue reading Happy Birthday Cillian Murphy!
I have written some lovely descriptive pieces about the beauty in the hills of Kerry and the rugged charm of … Continue reading Must see sights in Cork
There are no Echo boys anymore. Only Echo boys all grown up and still calling the familiar chant down the … Continue reading Is Cork City losing its charm?
As soon as I turned onto the Cork road it began to rain.Not just little dropletsBut big, fat ones that … Continue reading On the Dublin to Cork road in heavy rain – Poem
This week Barry declines my invitation for a coffee and goes on another expletive-filled rant. Starbucks, the mighty coffee giant, … Continue reading Barry’s Rants: Coffee, Pt. 2.