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When Patricia Aherne O’Farrell moved into a cottage on Upper Dargle Road in Bray 40 years ago, there was a hole in the floor of the now bright livingr(...)

Matt Ryan: ‘We’ve always just focused on being really good at what we do in our business and long may that continue to be our motto.’

Matt Ryan is making hay while the sun shines, both literally and figuratively. The Press Up Entertainment Group he co-founded with Paddy McKillen Jnr (...)

Dance of Time III by Salvador Dali being installed in the gardens at Russborough House in Co Wicklow

Mad man, con man or genius? The jury is still out on Salvador Dalí, the Spanish surrealist painter and master of self-promotion, whose largest collect(...)

12 Rathmore Terrace, Upper Dargle Road, Bray, Co Wicklow

A small mid-terrace house close to Bray town centre has been cleverly revamped and extended since its owners bought it in 2004. Built in 1929, 12 Rat(...)

Rathdown House, Windgates, Bray, Co Wicklow.

A Victorian house across the road from Kilruddery estate in Bray, Co Wicklow, has been elegantly refurbished since its owners moved in 25 years ago – (...)

Moondust by Dead Centre Brewing and and Oatmeal Chocolate Milk Stout from The White Hag

You’ll see more stouts hitting the shelves over the next while, now that the weather is finally getting chilly. But not too many – the black stuff is (...)

Tomatoes ripening in an Irish glasshouse in late summer. Photograph:  Richard Johnston

Rework those summer pots: This month is an excellent time to give any tired-looking, drought-stricken summer containers a new lease of life so that th(...)

Among the beers on offer will be a new coconut and chocolate stout from the Wicklow Brewery

Madhatter, Bobblehead and Born in Bray summer ale are among the beers on offer at next weekend’s Brewha festival. This two-day celebration of Wicklow (...)

Joe Lovano: “This current scene is going to be behind us very soon. We have to stay strong and believe in the universe.” Photograph:  Jimmy Katz

You might say that Joe Lovano was born with a silver saxophone in his mouth. His father, Tony ‘Big T’ Lovano, was a respected amateur saxophonist in t(...)

Russborough House which is run by the Alfred Beit Foundation. The house is reopening to the public after major refurbishment. Photograph: Alan Betson

Russborough House in Blessington, Co Wicklow – one of Ireland’s grandest stately homes – has just reopened to the public for the 2018 season. During t(...)

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