On Richmond Street South, a Row of Tenants Resist Evictionby Lois Kapila
Some have been issued notices to leave, as company landlords want to renovate. Last week, several men went into one home and took the doors away with them.
Priscilla Robinson Hopes You'll Maybe Try and Persuade Her to Get Rid of a Few Thingsby Erin McGuire
She’s inviting people to her studio at the Mart Fire Station in Rathmines, which is crammed with things she hasn’t been able to part with. “It’s like a form of therapy.”
A Monthly Film Night Wants to Counter the Cult of Overworkby Jack Maguire
Chris Hansen and Thomas Mozdzeń set up Do Nothing Watch Films promising escape from the Dublin rat race with a regular series of shorts and features about lives of leisure.
What LE19 Candidates Say They'd Do to Improve Cycling Infrastructure in the Cityby Erin McGuire
Among other suggestions, candidates talked about segregated cycle lanes, education for cyclists, and where the money comes from.
Small Businesses on Moore Street Wonder Where'll They Go Nextby Erin McGuire
“I feel it’s going to happen now … Now, I think they mean it,” says Comfort Ibitoye, of plans for redevelopment of this corner of the city.
Dean: On Nealo and Uly’s Urban Hang Suiteby Dean Van Nguyen
Nealo’s writing boasts an elegance, intellectual weight, and clever references to local living that elevate him out of the pack.