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Jo’ Burger, Hey Donna and Crackbird to Close

The Jo' Burger Group Ltd is going into liquidation, after two new openings in the past two months.
By Eleanor O'Mahony
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Five Of The Best

Five of the Best: Winter Warmer Drinks

Treat yourself to one of these comforting Dublin drinks.
By Céire Carey
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Women Honouring Women: Maria Edgeworth Turns 250

The Royal Irish Academy recently celebrated the 250th birthday of Maria Edgeworth, one of Ireland’s most celebrated female writers.
By Dearbhla Ruiséal Ní Dhúbhda
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Trinity Trend: Soft Boy

Trinity is rife with the soft boy look. Here's how to spot one.
By Harry Bibby
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A Guide to Gift Shopping in Dublin’s Independent Stores

Forget second-rate gifts fresh off the high street and impress with a quality present from one of Dublin's independent stores.
By Eleanor Scott and Aoife Murray
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Review

Dublin Old School Returns to Stage

Emmet Kirwan and Ian Lloyd Anderson's performances are a feat to behold in the smash hit's revival on stage.
By Christopher Kestell
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A Broadway Musical With an Irish Backbone

Come From Away will make its European debut in Dublin's Abbey theatre.
By Jack Farrell
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The Lone Artist is Dead. Long Live Collectives

Sorcha Brennan talks to up-and-coming Taproot, Big Birds and Fíor Studios art collectives to find out why for young artists, there's safety in numbers.
By Sorcha Brennan
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Kinopolis in the Irish Metropolis

In its 13th year, the Polish Film Festival hopes to further embed itself within the cultural fabric of Dublin.
By Patrick O’Donoghue
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A Blast From the Past at Chic

Chic's concert was more akin to a huge, communal disco party straight from the 1970s than it was a gig.
By Alison Traynor