There lies the intoxicating queenFacing her enemies.Look on her works and despairAs you walk through her lands. She who set … Continue reading The Forgotten Village
Paddy Slattery’s feature length directorial debut is a fast-paced, well-structured thriller that you should definitely see while it is still … Continue reading Rules Are Meant to be Broken…
The Emmy nominations were released yesterday and Irish representation is in no short supply! Paul Mescal (actor), Lenny Abrahamson (director), … Continue reading The land of saints and scholars (actors and directors)
Is anyone really surprised that a government including Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil has blatantly disrespected the people and even … Continue reading Bite the Hand
The controversial green list was released in Ireland today. People arriving into Ireland from Malta, Finland, Norway, Italy, Hungary, Estonia, … Continue reading Et tu, Brute?
Plenty of us are lucky enough to have good job security. We can afford to make a small mistake here … Continue reading Forty Winks – The backlash against Eamon Ryan
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!
Take 20 minutes out of your day to watch this brilliant short film that tells the story of young people’s … Continue reading This Land
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!
Violence ruled the city’s suburbs streets last weekend. It seemed that the newsworthy incidents would never cease. After the horrific … Continue reading Something is Rotten in the State of Cork