There's no better place in Dublin for snacks in the sunshine than Eatyard.
Theresa McGuinness speaks about how her takeaway has gone from a 'regular chipper' to Dublin vegans' most treasured spot.
The society, which has its origins in Iran, is a fledgling production and screening company in avant-garde cinema.y
Head to D-Light studios on Saturday for a showcase of the country's most exciting sustainable fashion.
One word crops up again and again when describing two-piece instrumental group Bicurious: confused.
Few laptops in Trinity aren't adorned with stickers declaring society allegiances or political messages.
This evening, experts on filmmaking, gender studies and film studies will round off the See You Next Thursday film festival.
These Trinity students are making a name for themselves in the cultural sphere, all the while keeping up with a full-time degree.
For Céire Carey, the vegan cheese boards and fermented salads at organic restaurant Beo offered more style than substance.
Instagram lovers will enjoy the colourful brunch plates and artisan coffee served in Dublin 8's new cafe.