With the working week ending, and the light at the end of the tunnel that is the weekend now becoming a reality instead of just a Monday afternoon dream, you’re probably trying to find a decent way to spend the precious weekend. Binge-watching Netflix again doesn’t quite cut it as ‘weekend plans’, and if you’ve
Category: Arts and Culture
Is graffiti in Dublin just vulgar vandalism or can it be considered a true art? As Hannah Lemass finds, the writing is on the wall for the old stigma tagged on street art
This year sees a slew of iconic films reaching milestone birthdays. Aoife Loughnane revisits two and wonders why pop cultural icons are worth celebrating?
As The Beatles’ iconic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band celebrates its 50th anniversary, Sarah Harford looks at the album’s influence and legacy.
James Carroll reviews Second Captains World Service and speaks to the show’s Ken Early about podcasts, politics, and plans for the future.
Eimear Dodd reflects on the continued popularity of the cult 1990s television series and looks at its legacy.