Index: What’s hot and what’s not this week
Irish musician Dermot Kennedy is up; spice bag spin-offs are down
A new queer festival in Dublin this August.
Ballymaloe graduate Colm Keane’s kombucha and kraut teaching is gaining a cult following. @colmsclasses on Instagram.
The new Irish skateboard company has a beautiful deck featuring the Poolbeg stacks. Available at High Rollers in Temple Bar.
After a great performance on Ellen, the Irish musician continues his rise.
The Misunderstood Heron
The finest view of any food truck in Ireland is in Leenaun.
Cloud Picker cafe
The excellent coffee company is opening a new spot on Pearse Street in Dublin.
Upcoming music festival in Gaoth Dobhair, Donegal.
Vape pens with disposable elements are bound to create more waste.
Sightings of the large rodent in Dublin and Cork are freaking us out.
The bike-share company was granted a licence by Dublin City Council, but never put bikes on the street.
The company continues to struggle with restructuring.
Easter egg stress
From palm oil to excessive packaging, it’s hard to enjoy an egg.
We should be looking after our native woodlands, not planting Sitka tree farms.
Spice Bag spin-offs
From crisps to shop-bought spice, it’s best to stick with the original.