Some locals have been asking for things like lower speed limits and wider footpaths, but now they say they’re bracing for the impact of three core bus corridors instead.
At Dalymount, a Poet Writes Verse from the Sidelines
Back when he played professional football, John Cummins kept his poetry to himself. These days, as poet in residence for Bohemians FC, he can flaunt it pitchside.
Vacancy Watch: A String of Shops in Phibsboro
The Supply Hub is not the only business in Doyle’s Corner that has had to leave its premises in the last few months. There’s a whole strip now that’s empty, or emptying out: 364 to 374 North Circular Road.
What Has Changed with the New Local Electoral Area Boundaries?
For the Dublin City Council area, a committee recommended increasing the number of areas from nine to 11, and redrawing the shapes of existing areas. Phibsborough is now united, while Drimnagh remains divided.
Emmett: On the Unexpected Influence of the Phibsborough Shopping Centre
As the neighbourhood changes, what can this grey monolith show us about the connection between people, buildings and the place they share? asks an architect.
Council Edges Forward with Plans for Dalymount Redevelopment
Dublin City Council bought the stadium back in 2015 for €3.8 million, and the council plans to redevelop it, but it’s still not certain how much this would cost, or how it will be funded.
Bang Bang’s Burial and the Hunt for a Headstone
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.
Phibsboro Residents Exhibit New Vision for the Area
At the Darc Space gallery on North Great George’s Street until 9 July, an exhibition plays “what if” with the Phibsboro neighbourhood.
On Constitution Hill, Protests Give Way to Hope for Progress
Frustrated residents felt Dublin City Council wasn’t addressing their concerns about safety during Luas Cross City construction, and their lack of a decent playground.
Balls on Baize: in Phibsboro, a Proper Snooker Hall
As a child, CrossGuns Snooker Club owner Finbarr Ruane would watch his father at work repairing the tables and polishing the cues. Today, he does the same.