“For bands like us its more difficult because there are fewer other places we can go,” says Mutefish guitarist Bo Stelmach.
A recent survey on the potential impact of transport changes on city-centre retail produced positive feedback. But some retailers still aren’t convinced.
There is an acute housing shortage across the city, but there are also some homes that are affordable for couples on average wages. How is that?
There are several fora for residents to tell Gardai what’s troubling them. But councillors in the inner city say attendance has dropped, and they’re looking for ways to fix that.
Car washes are supposed to have licences to regulate pollution. Many in Dublin don’t have them.
Dublin-based DJ Calvin James has been volunteering in northern Syria, and is now back in Ireland raising funds. Should we all be following his example?
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.