Deprived of a space to meet up and rehearse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Karate Klub have kept their spirit alive with the compilation Age of Disease.
Dublin City Council Management Has Questions to Answer Over Housing Charity CEO, Some Councillors Say
Miceal McGovern, the CEO of the approved housing body Cabhru Housing Association Services (CHAS), resigned recently amid questions about his use of social homes.
In Phibsboro, a New Group’s First Art Exhibition Is Inspired by the Movement of People
Antonio D’Souza says the group is inclusive, not exclusive – a place for artists who might not otherwise be included in Ireland’s art scene.
What’s Happened to the Mary’s Abbey Pocket Park?
There are small green spaces like the Mary’s Abbey garden dotted around the city, some still going, some closed for good. What makes some successful in the long-term?
Councillors Remain Concerned About Selling Land to Charity That Provides Social Housing
The charity’s CEO says he used an apartment as an office. But “it is supposed to be used for social housing, it should not be an office”, says independent Councillor Anthony Flynn.
Councillors Delay Vote on Selling Site in Phibsboro to Approved Housing Body
More than a year ago, CHAS was criticised for moving out elderly social-housing tenants, and renting to students. Students are still living there, and now the charity wants to buy the land.
An Ensemble Gets Ready to Launch a New Theatre in Phibsboro
A member of The Corps Ensemble noticed the growth in cultural events and practices in Phibsboro – and that it didn’t have a theatre. So they’ve moved in and opened one.
In Phibsboro, Campaigners Are Optimistic about New Plans for Townscape
Designs are still drafts. But “I think we were all very pleasantly surprised”, says Dorothy Smith, a local artist and member of Reimagining Phibsboro.
Shops in Phibsboro Join Neighbourhood Pact to Go Green
From cutting waste to reducing air miles on products they sell, several businesses in Phibsboro have set themselves goals for being more environmentally friendly.
Donal: The Redevelopment of Dalymount Park Offers a Chance to Remember Its Rich History
Perhaps a redeveloped Dalymount Park would be the ideal home for a museum dedicated to the story of Irish football, encompassing everything from Harold Sloan to the Drums.