It’s the next phase in developing the park along a skinny kilometre of the Luas Red Line from Basin View in the east to Suir Road Bridge in the west.
A Dublin 8 Short Film Tours International Festivals
“Dance Till Dán” offers a portrait of the Rialto-Kilmainham area, delving into personal histories, and impressions of isolation, mortality and self-expression.
In Rialto, a People’s Shed Offers Skill-Sharing for All
Artist Evelyn Broderick, who set it up, says she’s hoping people will come in, sit down for a cuppa, and maybe chat about exchanging skills with her and others.
Fatima Was Me City, Reviewed
In this new film, six men speak from experience about a system that funnelled the youth of Fatima Mansions from school to industrial schools and then to prison.
Will the St James’s Walk Linear Park Be Somewhere to Go, or Somewhere to Go Through?
Some residents who have been campaigning to make it a park, now worry that the plan is for much of it to be a cycle track, first and foremost.
In Rialto, a Plea to Make a Private Park Public
At Rialto Cottages, residents are pushing the council to get a small private park situated in the middle of a cul-de-sac opened to the public.
Councillors Say They Want to Know What Counts as Too Much Student Housing
There are 16 approved planning permissions for student housing within a 1km radius in Dublin 8. Is that too much?
For Four Decades in Rialto, Tom McLoughlin Has Had a Camera at the Ready
Almost by accident, his focus became the people and places in Fatima Mansions, the housing complex where he grew up, he says.
Gardaí Need Better Training on How to Handle Kids in the Inner-City, Some Say
Years back, the Rialto Youth Project worked up training modules for gardaí to help improve their relations with younger local residents. But they’re yet to be included on the curriculum.
In Rialto, Local Residents Feel Overwhelmed By Outsiders Parking
Meanwhile, a ballot to see if a pay-and-display should be brought in on streets in the area hasn’t gone too smoothly.