Under terms agreed when the council transferred the land to the HSE, the HSE was supposed to submit a planning application by October 2022.
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Michael Lanigan is a freelance journalist who covers arts and culture for Dublin Inquirer. His work also appears in Vice, Totally Dublin, TheJournal.ie and the Business Post. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Though unable to find a permanent perch, painter and performer “Taoiseach Shame” continues to create
Louise Butler’s output is energetic and startling, says Richmond Road Studios manager Maeve Brennan. “It has all of these colours and risks.”
New library dropped from plan for council’s redevelopment of Dalymount Park
Instead, the council is looking at keeping services in the existing Phibsboro library, and extending it.
In Inchicore, Pieces Have Been Falling Off a Big Old Concrete Wall
A 2021 report said it should urgently be removed and replaced to keep it from collapsing and possibly injuring someone. Some work has been done since then to patch it up.
Councillors Pass Motion After Motion to Do Something, Anything, with Broadstone Plaza
They say they hope that bringing more activity to it will reduce anti-social activity there – and also just put an underused space to better use.
Fish in a lime-juice marinade, potato croquettes, and tamales wrapped in banana leaves
The Chilli Pepper food trailer, which can be found at the weekly market on Merrion Square, brings Peruvian food to Dublin.
From Chaotic Dance to Ethereal Soundscapes, a Producer Turns out EPs, Albums and Mixtapes
Rory Sweeney “is like a sorcerer when he’s bent over his laptop”, says collaborator Ethan Soost, a rapper from Philadelphia.
Council Plans to Introduce Small Fees for Some Big Public Events
People who get free tickets often don’t show, which means it’s hard for planners to predict crowd size and ensure safety, a council report said.
On an Otter-Spotting Expedition along the Grand Canal, a Painter Discusses His Methods
“I just paint what catches my attention, and that is compelling to me, and that beg to be painted,” he says.
To Re-open Rathmines Concert Hall, Councillors Propose a Round of “Musical Buildings”
Rathmines College could get classroom space at the former TU Dublin conservatory across the street, freeing up the concert hall for use again, they say.