This weekend, it will have been a century since Dublin Mean Time was erased. Ten women sound artists will commemorate the occasion with a performance at Richmond Barracks.
“If you eat lunch in here you don’t need to have any dinner,” says owner Hamo Muhadzic.
Inside the newly reopened Lincoln’s Inn, owners Ian Lacey and Shane McCloughlin have acknowledged its literary legacy without descending into garish excess.
After a couple of summers of pilot markets, councillors want to press ahead with more regular stalls on the underused square by the canal.
“If someone genuinely needs to make a call, they can get up and go outside like a smoker does,” says Stephen Mooney of The Gingerman on Fenian Street.
If you live in the inner city, you might be familiar with the problem: a pile of empty bottles in your bin, and no place to recycle them. Why aren’t there any bottle banks nearby?
After a month off, councillors returned to City Hall on Monday evening for their first full meeting after the summer holidays. Here are some of the issues they discussed.
With only two scientific staff members left at the Natural History Museum, the 19th century relic is struggling to fulfill its mission.