This week’s what’s hot and what’s not

The Dublin Podcast Festival is on the up, while yolk porn is getting old

Sloane Stephens is a bright new tennis star

Sloane Stephens is a bright new tennis star

 

What’s Hot

Dublin Podcast Festival

Touching down in the capital September 19th-30th

On Chesil Beach

The film adaptation reportedly features another must-see performance from Saoirse Ronan

Hibernation

Now that the summer is done, your excuse to stay in is valid

Power red

This season’s statement. Wear it all at once

Titanic Hotel

Harland & Wolff’s offices have been transformed into a gorgeous hotel in Belfast 

Sloane Stephens

A bright new tennis star

Culture Night

Nationwide September 22nd

What’s Not

Heidi Klum’s Lidl fashion line

We’re not convinced by the new addition to the middle aisle

Dalkey social housing

Developer asking for over half a mil for the council to buy. Are you having a laugh?

Festival fatigue

The music festival season seems to drag on longer each year

Blocked bike lanes

Time for real deterrents for renegade parked vehicles

Back to school bugs

The scourge of the classroom which then migrates back home

Cowboy fashion 

Cowhide prints sneaking back into the shops. We say Cotten-Eyed No

Yolk porn 

Have people on Instagram never seen an egg before?

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