Una Mullally

Society, life and culture on the edge

Daily Digest: Wednesday

Interesting piece on Lara Croft and why and how her makers made her vulnerable. Watch The Throne,  the New Black Power, and Jay-Z and Kanye as rich revolutionaries. This looks fun, Sigourney Weaver starring as a pseudo Hillary Clinton in ‘Political Animals’ …

Wed, Jun 13, 2012, 15:38

   

Interesting piece on Lara Croft and why and how her makers made her vulnerable.

Watch The Throne,  the New Black Power, and Jay-Z and Kanye as rich revolutionaries.

This looks fun, Sigourney Weaver starring as a pseudo Hillary Clinton in ‘Political Animals’ a mini-series on USA:
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Bloomsday guide and trail.

Panti is the Grand Marshall at this year’s Dublin Pride.

Phenomenal installation that appears to show a house crashed into a building by sculptor Do Ho Suh.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg hates giant fizzy drinks, but what does he make of giant coffees?

Rolling Stone debuts a new remix from Mmoths. Funny to think this time last year, Mmoths aka Jack Colleran from Newbridge was in the middle of his Leaving Cert.

WTF is a Renaissance Faire?

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