Caught in the barbed wire wrapped around the convent’s front gate, a woman was trying to escape. As the couple passed by, she called for help.
The story of Samuel Stavenhagen, the man who brought baubles to Dublin.
When groundskeeper Joe Tyrrell buried Bang Bang in the early 1980s, it was in an unmarked grave. A local business wants to get the Dublin legend a headstone.
Amid the grandeur of Baggot Street, Ismael Yildiz’s kebab shack has been sat for 36 years like a leftover piece of a movie set.
Off Abbey Street, Dublin’s Turks gather at the Turkish Social Club.
As a creative entomologist, Nessa Darcy wants to spread her love of insects through art.
In Rathfarnam, a clubhouse is a focal point for three generations of Dublin’s Italian community.
After two decades of writing, has Karl Parkinson’s time finally come?
On James’ Street, Christy Egan knows who needs oranges, and who needs cigarettes.
On Molesworth Street, James Gorry restores paintings the old-fashioned way.