Sarah Taaffe-Maguire

Sarah Taaffe-Maguire

Signs of the times: The evolution of Irish Sign Language

Signs of the times: The evolution of Irish Sign Language

Like any language, Irish Sign Language is constantly evolving – as indeed it must. Sarah Taaffe-Maguire hears about DCU’s glossary project, which will allow greater deaf participation in science conversations and careers

Hallowed company

Hallowed company

Introduce some autumnal hues to your living space while making sure to add a touch of Halloween macabre, says Sarah Taaffe-Maguire

This week

This week

Get spooked on the streets of Dublin Young Dubliners need not look far afield for an immersive,...

This week

This week

What to see, try and buy in the week ahead

The pocket guide to pocket guides

The pocket guide to pocket guides

Small books with big ideas for better living have never been so popular.  Here, Sarah Taaffe-Maguire presents an equally concise guide to the latest pocket guides hitting the bookshelves

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This week

Beauty event will have you made up Want to know top make-up artists’ beauty secrets or hear bra...

Showing their Teeth: Irish cultural business Hen's Teeth on their ambitious plans

Showing their Teeth: Irish cultural business Hen's Teeth on their ambitious plans

As the destruction of creative Dublin continues apace, one cultural business is fighting back. Sarah Taaffe-Maguire meets the people behind Hen’s Teeth

The rise of reformer Pilates

The rise of reformer Pilates

Milena Jaksic has built her Platinum Pilates business to include studios in seven locations. She counts the Leinster rugby team among her clients, but she is just as interested in helping a 60-year-old woman who is in pain or overweight

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This week

Positive Ageing Week, Threesome at Hang Tough Gallery and a taste of Clare

Gold standard: In conversation with athletics superstar Kelly Holmes

Gold standard: In conversation with athletics superstar Kelly Holmes

After winning double gold at the 2004 Olympics, athlete and speaker Kelly Holmes stepped away from the spotlight to mentor young female runners. Years later, mentoring and inspiring others is still her life’s work, writes Sarah Taaffe-Maguire

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This week

THIS WEEK, follow our guide to the very best of Culture Night on Friday, September 20

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This week

Avoca's factory sale, the Irish Antique Dealers Association Fair and Cork's first gin school

Ways of seeing: Art for all

Ways of seeing: Art for all

For museums and galleries in 2019, inclusivity is not just a buzzword: it’s an invitation to open new routes to exploring art that give differently abled people access

This week

This week

Take another trip to Tipp The summer may be drawing to a close, but the festival season is by no ...

Big school: Why the mighty MOOC is taking over education

Big school: Why the mighty MOOC is taking over education

Welcome to the future of education: namely, the MOOC, or massive open online course – a class that can be done online, at your own pace, in almost any subject area, for free. Sarah Taaffe-Maguire explores how, no matter who you are or what your interests, you can use free education to change your life