Everyone’s favourite Brooklyn band begin a three-night Olympia residency next week
Plus: it’s time for the men in white coats to make a visit chez Bono and the lads
Unlike the monumentalism of some land art, a show on the Mizen peninsula scales things down so people can look more closely at the world around them
The former taoiseach dispensed with wisdom at the Kennedy Summer School
Prof David Best also questioned the ongoing reliance on methadone as a treatment
The #SoundEffect campaign was embraced by millions and has been praised by the Taoiseach and the President
Plus: Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile (eek: Kurt and Courtney) craft a ramshackle gem
The Women's Podcast at Electric Picnic: Miriam O’Callaghan joins Traveller activist Eileen Flynn, asylum seeker Ellie Kisyombe, and more, to discuss challenges faced by women in Ireland
It's a sad way to end what's been a great weekend, says Friends of the Earth
The music. The food. The clobber. Here’s the best and worst of this year’s Electric Picnic
Patrick Freyne: I saw bearded men wrestle. I saw nipple rings. I saw Pat Kenny
Vigil held to remember the three homeless people who died in past week
Security at Stradbally opus stepped up this year, but the impact appeared to be minimal
At least Casa Bacardi and Red Bull focus on the music at the Stradbally festival. As for the rest ...
Galway hurling fans without tickets and bemused visitors enjoyed the spectacle together
Phoenix fail to take flight, Rusangano Family get shirty, while The Strypes leave no mark
Guy Garvey’s voice and warmth make for a five-star Electric Picnic experience
The collection of poetry existed in “embryonic form” before the accusations in the 1990s
Salvation is at hand on the second day of the Stradbally sesh amid Santa and shamans
There is a whiff of nostalgia in the Stradbally air as this year’s festival turns into a school disco
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