Jay Bourke and John Reynolds have now retained Firebreak to run Bellinter
All this week on irishtimes.com/culture, we’ll be looking at arty projects you could complete by this time next year, with advice from experts and amateurs. First off, we’re looking at how to lend your voice to a choir
Despite complaints about collaborative art, there have been great examples this year
Telco nominated for European PR Excellence Award for its rebrand from Eircom this year
All the best in shows and festive entertainment
Gardaí haul includes phones, cameras, and handbag
August match puts Kilkenny people in danger of finding out what an ‘Electric Picnic’ is
Ten 40-foot Human Appeal Ireland containers of supplies are bound for Damascus area
Accounts filed for company behind music festival show profits of €650,000 for 2014
I am sitting at my desk, bursting with gratitude for so much since I “came out” about my abortion in last week’s magazine
Summer came and went in a soggy blur, so seek out soothing meals as the seasons change
Across Ireland people are gathering donated items to take to those in need
Charlie Flanagan launches ‘festival of rural Ireland’ which kicks off in under two weeks
We run into the Mindfield area and over to where a humongous crowd is trying to squeeze itself into the tent . . .
Mick Heaney’s review: Anyone seeking edgy radio will be disappointed, but Ryan Tubridy sounds eager, concerned and engaged with his subjects
Army of campers, staff and performers on the move as festival closes for another year
Vendors prey on the hungover, but there is comfort to be found with puppies and sunshine
A delightful dozen – great places to gather and eat and drink lovely things with friends and family
Tribes are gathering and it’s all systems go in the opening hours in Stradbally
Timely weekend weather boost in wake of below average summer, says Met Éireann
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