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Conor Tobin is a Filmmaker on the Cusp of Old and New

Conor Tobin started making films after the recession hit. Ten years later, he's still producing works that are both visual and visceral.
By Stephen Patrick Murray
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Under ‘God’s Stockings’, Deke’s Diner Feeds Truckers, Sailors and Rappers

While the restaurant's food could be better, a trip to Deke's Diner is still an experience worth having.
By Dom Henderson
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Meet the People Creating Refuge for Asylum Seekers

In recent years, a number of initiatives have been set up to make asylum seekers' lives easier, while they are stuck in direct provision.
By Orla Murnaghan and Céire Carey
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In Peacock Theatre, a Play for Kids – Without the Clumsy Moralising

A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings is about money, ethics and hope – but mostly it's about a very old man with very large wings.
By Sophie Furlong Tighe
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A Sparkling Evening of Literature, at Cosy Christmas Readings

Lilliput Press's Cosy Christmas Readings featured impressive contributions from authors including Nicole Flattery.
By Florian Lica
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With Fangclub, Unrelenting Grunge-Rock in the Button Factory

Next Friday, alternative Dublin band Fangclub will play their biggest headline show to date in the Button Factory.
By Joe Coughlan
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At Maker’s Market, Jump The Hedges Offer Sustainable and Functional Bags

Hailing from Belfast, the bag company uses industrial materials to make bags that last.
By Céire Carey
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‘It’s Gorgeous Here’: Trinity’s First Michaelmas Market Impresses

Vendors and customers alike enjoyed the first-ever Christmas market in Front Square last night.
By Sárán Fogarty
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Trinity’s Cancer Society is Shedding (All) its Layers – for a Cause

Trinity's Cancer Society is currently shooting for its naked calendar, which will raise much-needed funds for the charity.
By Sárán Fogarty
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How SoloSIRENS is Giving Women a Voice On Stage

SoloSIRENS is a collective of females artists based in the Civic Centre Tallaght.
By Emer Tyrrell