Listen to musician Loah performing songs from her latest album, and also speaking to Martin Cook about dedicating herself to music, and collaborations, and what the immediate future looks like.
With our friends from Banter, we organised a discussion about the social housing system, and the role it might play in easing the critical shortage of affordable housing in Dublin. If you didn’t make it to the event, you can listen to it here.
In this first episode of our podcast “Music at Marrowbone Books”, fiddle player Danny Diamond performs at the Dublin bookshop, and chats with Martin Cook in his studio about his music and life.
JC’s in Swords recently laid off 20 long-term employees. In this podcast, Lorcan Archer sits down with the boss to ask why, and what the future holds.
You can get most foods in Dublin from the fermented tastes of Korea to the bean puddings of Nigeria. But there is a tragic gap in the city’s restaurant scene: there’s nowhere you can order a platter of fragrant Ethiopian stews. Why?
The pairing of bao and broth is an Asian twist on the midday comfort of the soup-and-sambo pairing. Something soft and a bowl or cup of something hot.
People working in the industry say that it was always an impossible mission to get the homes ready before Christmas.
At this Nigerian restaurant on Mountjoy Street, the chef cooks up five types of soup each day. But the most popular dish is jollof rice and plantain.