True genius: wee Daniel gets the ‘Room to Improve’ treatment

Dermot Bannon in Donegal has a lot to recommend it; millennial shaming not so much

 Majella and Daniel O’Donnell: about to get their home turned on its axis

Majella and Daniel O’Donnell: about to get their home turned on its axis

 

WHAT’S HOT

Room to Improve and Daniel O’Donnell
Dermot Bannon goes to Donegal. A genius move.

High Rollers
Great Temple Bar skate shop.

Sparkly boots
Inspired by Saint Lauren – get your sparkle on.

Dollard & Co’s salt beef sandwich
Always room for something Reuben-esque.

Narcos Series 3
Now on Netflix – there goes the weekend.

Not at Home
Powerful Dublin Fringe piece about travelling for abortion. At NCAD from September 14th.

WHAT’S NOT

New editions of school books
An annual rip-off that needs to be tackled.

Short scarves
What’s the point if you can’t blanket-drape yourself?

Text neck
Repetitive strain caused by holding your neck in a downward position for prolonged periods of time.

Millennial-shaming
Their complaints are actually real, not just whingeing.

Early summer holidays
That trip feels like a long way away now.

Pop drama
Throwing shade through song on the Katy Perry-Taylor Swift-Kanye carousel – can we get back to the music?

The generic €14 cocktail
We need to get back to decent drinks, reasonably priced.

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