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Ever tried to rent in Dublin? You’ve not been to hell until you’ve viewed a bedsit that’s twice what you can afford, miles from where you want to live, and thought 'maybe'
The new spy thriller Blackbird is, by all accounts, Michael Flatley as you’ve never seen him before. But is it any good? And will we ever get to see it?
Meghan and Harry’s visit to Dublin this week will surely be met by scoffs of ‘Who cares?’, but the truth is she’s the most exciting thing to happen to the royal family in years and we can’t wait
Hannah Gadsby’s unexpectedly dark Netflix comedy special is not so funny - and with it she may have changed the face of comedy
I marched for equality and I voted Yes, but it took David and Patrick to show me that queer romance on TV isn’t just for gay people - it’s for me, you and everybody
It’s easy to find yourself financially elbowed out of living in a place like Stoneybatter. But an upcoming event proves that the area itself has lost none of its singular charm
The heat in the exam hall, the pink booklets, the white-knuckle nausea: yes, it’s the time of year when all the old Leaving Cert terrors come flooding back for millennials and the middle-aged alike
If you aren’t glued to Love Island, you’re missing out. Come for the bikini bodies and onscreen hook-ups; stay for the unexpected true romance
We have the most weather in the world, we’re the masters of makey-uppy tourism initiatives, and we’ve elevated the deli counter sandwich to an art form. Ireland, be proud...
Cinema’s sacred code of conduct is being flouted by too many phone-wielding, popcorn-munching buffoons. It’s time someone finally shouted: ‘Shush!’
It’s royal wedding time, but can Harry and Meghan’s glitzy nuptials hope to measure up to the Hollywood equivalents? Probably not
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