In a flurry of council meetings this past week, councillors learnt about the possible future for Phoenix Park, and talked about resurrecting the city’s arts scene.
An ambitious plan that Pádraic Fogarty, an ecologist with the Irish Wildlife Trust, says he would like to see is a “green corridor” running through the city for animals to move around.
There are several spots along Chesterfield Avenue where cyclists and pedestrians mix.
It was put up in 1979 at the time of Pope John Paul II’s visit to Ireland, but it was supposed to be temporary.
The Office of Public Works used to let people grill in designated spots in the park.
Cartoonist Harry Burton on dinnertime in the Phoenix Park.
Hundreds of visitors descend on the Phoenix Park’s deer every month with carrots and crisps and cameras. The DSPCA says park authorities need to put a stop to it.
In the three gritty images of this triptych, artist Conor O’Grady says he is seeking to document a certain type of alienation. Click through to see.