What’s hot and what’s not this week?

Meghan Markle seems sound, December hangovers are not

 Prince Harry and actor Meghan Markle are due to marry in Spring 2018. Photograph: Getty Images

Prince Harry and actor Meghan Markle are due to marry in Spring 2018. Photograph: Getty Images

 

What’s Hot

Where We Live: A two-week programme of theatre, talks, and films in Dublin in March by thisispopbaby, booking now

Meghan Markle: Seems sound, also has nice coats

Santa Hats: Put them to a good cause today at 3pm, Moran Park, Dun Laoghaire for the Santa Hat Challenge, in aid of Enable Ireland  

St Street Sneakers: Hidden gem of a footwear store in Dublin 7. From Yeezys to Huaraches

Open fires: It’s beginning to look a lot like…

She’s Gotta Have It: Spike Lee’s reimagines his debut film as a Netflix series

Wowburger: Opening in two new branches in Dublin and one in Cork this month

What’s Not

Christmas pudding everything: Ice cream? Smoothies? Just the pud, please

Plastic bottles: Reuse, or force yourself to look at the mess plastic is making in our oceans

Discourse on Ireland in Britain: With every Brexit news report, political gaffe, and clueless voxpop, one’s nerves are beginning to fray

December hangovers: Take it easy

Conor McGregor rumour mill: I heard he was line dancing in Grogan’s with Tupac

Light late night talk shows: In the US, Jimmy Fallon is losing audiences to more the political Stephen Colbert. There’s a lesson there

Hairdresser pressure: Get the seasonal cut in now

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