What’s hot and what’s not this week?

Yes to USB ports coming to Dublin Bus, but no to Cara Delevingne’s new song

Model turned singer Cara Delevingne’s new song  ‘I Feel Everything is beyond’ ropey. Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

Model turned singer Cara Delevingne’s new song ‘I Feel Everything is beyond’ ropey. Photograph: Charles Platiau/Reuters

 

WHAT’S HOT

Rogue

A pop-up pizza restaurant at chef Suzanne Taylor’s home in Dublin 2.

Spain

The most popular foreign holiday destination for Irish people. 

The Legal Eagle 

The team behind The Winding Stair, The Woollen Mills and more are revamping the Four Courts pub.

Longform Podcast

Conversations with journalists and non-fiction writers including an excellent recent episode with the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman. 

Maudie

The latest film from Irish woman Aisling Walsh.

Bullitt

The Belfast hotel getting things very right.

Dublin USBus

Charging ports are coming to busses in the capital.

WHAT’S NOT

Bieber Burnout 

Maybe ditching his tour to chill is a lesson to us all.

Red baseball caps

You can’t help but double-take thinking they’re Trump-related.

Coffee bean cost

Plenty of places taking the mocha with their price-per-bag.

Cara Delevingne’s music career

Not that we’re one to dash someone’s dreams, but her new song I Feel Everything is beyond ropey.

Fake tickets

Fans being turned away from gigs including ZZ Top after buying dodgy tickets from secondary sellers.

Losing the captain

Niamh Briggs is out of the Women’s Rugby World Cup. Hopefully she recovers soon.

Loveflutter BLUE

A dating app for Twitter’s verified users. No thanks.

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