Thursday August 13, 2020

Ireland's deep suspicion of big blue-sky thinking

Two new proposals involve reclaiming land for housing along Dublin Bay - so, of course, they’re being rejected out of hand

25th August, 2019

What do the Cranberries and Captain William Bligh of Mutiny on the Bounty infamy have in common? History buffs and aficionados of Irish rock may be aware of the odd and somewhat random fact that both parties spent time under the same roof on the south quay of Dublin’s docks.

In 1990, the Limerick band, who back then were torturously called The Cranberry Saw Us, made their Dublin debut in the Attic, a...

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