Nestled among the foliage of St Stephen’s Green stands a monument to the Nobel Prize-winning poet often referred to as “the Bard of Bengal”, whose work W.B. Yeats loved.
Imagine St Stephen’s Green in swathes of fabric. It almost happened in the 1970s when artist Christo Javacheff arrived in town.
Dublin City Council had its monthly meeting Monday. Here’s what happened with some of the issues we’ve been following.
Be prepared for a quarter of St Stephen’s Green to be dug up and turned into a huge hole in the ground.
Personally, if I had a gun, I’d shoot the lot of them and restore the lake to the placid ducks, swans and water hens