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Frankie Gaffney: I did fill an artist’s notebook with anecdotes and phrases once I’d decided to write a book. I’d recommend this to anyone; daily life is instantly transformed into research, and life itself becomes more rewarding when you start finding and recording value in the mundane

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Elevated: Bono and the Edge on stage during the U2 August 2001 concert in Slane, Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

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(...)’s death – an event that merits no more coverage here than the bald announcement, “John Hewitt died on 27(...)

Lauren Muccioli in Ballet Ireland’s Coppélia

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Fluctuat Nec Mergitur: Paris’s motto – Latin for Tossed But Not Sunk – on the Eiffel Tower. Photograph: Reuters

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IAAF president Sebastian Coe. Photograph:  Francois Nel/Getty Images

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Padraig Pearse (1879 - 1916), the Irish writer, educator and nationalist politician who joined the IRB (Irish Republican Brotherhood), directed the Easter Rising in April 1916 and became the first president of the Provisional Irish Republic. When he surrendered to the British in the same month, he was arrested, court-martialled and shot.

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