Jason McNamara says he loves it because there’s no distance from the crowd. “Kids, families, older people, homeless people. You get to play for everyone.”
Tag: O’Connell Street
Council Looking Again at What Kind of Shops Shouldn’t Be Allowed on O’Connell Street
But the special scheme to stop a spread of lower-end shops on and around the city’s main thoroughfare has been around almost two decades, say some councillors, and it doesn’t seem to be working.
On O’Connell Street, the Liberator’s Head Is Coated in Bird Poo, and Erin’s Hand Is Bandaged Up
Dublin City Council hasn’t answered a series of questions about cleaning and maintenance of the statues on O’Connell Street, and elsewhere.
Behind the Glass at the GPO’s Counter 14
Debbie Gilligan likes to talk to people face-to-face. Not at the other end of a phone or computer. No, she’s always worked at the counters.
Council Briefs: Priory Hall and the Parnell Statue
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.
Tell City Council What You Want for O’Connell Street
Dublin City Council has a new plan, which is basically the same as the old plan, to improve O’Connell Street. But should it? And can it?
Is Dublin Showing Pedestrians Enough Love?
The numbers behind Dublin’s crowded-pavement problem, with an interactive map thrown in.