David Balfe talks to Nadine O'Regan about his new project and album, For Those I Love
A crashed luxury car; a stash of photos from a non-suicide; a catalogue of assignations. Visual artist Brian Teeling’s current Imma exhibit takes a blunt look at maleness, intimacy, fear and his own inner life
Emily Ruskovich's Idaho is a narrative for readers who love to savour each word in a fiction, and who appreciate the value of a vividly etched description
The past year has been a rollercoaster of emotions for Caroline O’Donoghue, as the author and columnist dealt with family health crises and sudden job loss while also securing the ‘biggest book deal’ she may ever get
In the US, more people now listen to online podcasts than go to the cinema. In Ireland too, the phenomenon is growing at huge speed, with many well-known figures hopping aboard the bandwagon. Is it here to stay, or just a flash in the pan?
New music is old hat – big stars are far too busy with biopics, tours, memoirs and investment portfolios to waste time on anything as unprofitable as an album
‘You’ve only got the one life. I’d rather be 37 and doing something I love, than be 37 and not have taken that chance’
A latecomer to the world of comedy, Dublin stand-up Julie Jay is now grabbing her big chance with both hands, writes Nadine O’Regan