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Break Free From the Library – Get Down to Dublin Book Festival Instead

Dublin Book Festival runs from November 14th to 17th, promising to bring some joy to a stressful month.
By Martha Kirwan
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Meet the Writer Confronting Ireland’s Bleak Past

Caelainn Hogan's first book, Republic of Shame, is out now.
By Ellen Finnerty
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In Players Theatre, a Poignant Portrayal of Teen Struggle

Sticky Label, written and directed by Em Ormonde, is a moving piece of theatre that cleverly utilises well-written and three-dimensional characters.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Five of the Best: Dublin’s Irish Boutiques

Find the best of Irish fashion in Dublin's boutiques – from Eirloom to Om Diva.
By Lika Arevadze
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Catherine Corless on Tuam’s ‘Legacy of Despair and Tragedy’

The amateur historian, who uncovered the Tuam Babies scandal, received FLAC's advocacy award last night.
By Kate Fergusson
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Wetherspoon’s is a Pub Without Heart or Soul. Don’t Let it Win

The price of a cheap pint is always a temptation, but the spread of Wetherspoon's is a phenomenon that should be resisted at all costs.
By Dominic Henderson
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Holy Show Magazine is Re-Imagining Storytelling

By turns wildly funny and achingly sensitive, Holy Show – edited by Brendan Mac Evilly – is telling stories in different ways.
By Ellen Finnerty
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Tugann Diyu Wu Cuairt ar Choláiste na Tríonóide

Labhair Diyu Wu faoin taithí a bhí aige agus an scánnán á thaifead aige, agus faoin nGaeilge sa chóras oideachais.
By Malachi Ó Marcaigh
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IFI French Film Festival Celebrates its 20th Anniversary

The IFI will give attendees an insight into French society – from Joan of Arc to modern stories of urban homelessness.
By Florian Lica
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Jailbreak, Monty Python and a Lit Soc Lock-in: Your Week Ahead

More welcome distraction from the mounting pile of assignments - this week is Rainbow Week and there's lots going on.
By Eimear Finan