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Grappling with guilt as feminism comes to a crucial crossroads

Grappling with guilt as feminism comes to a crucial crossroads

Sifting through the wreckage of a calamity that never really ended

Sifting through the wreckage of a calamity that never really ended

Appetite For Distraction

Appetite For Distraction

It is absolutely exhausting trying to get that supposedly perfect eight hours of sleep, and all the various Fitbits, meditation apps and Instagram sleep evangelists aren’t making it any easier

Emer’s Week

Emer’s Week

Supernatural heroes

Supernatural heroes

Room director Lenny Abrahamson and Star Wars actor Domhnall Gleeson are reunited in new film The Little Stranger, a subtle, downbeat, spooky period piece about people ‘who are beginning to fall apart’

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

The Northern atrocity no one can quite recall

The Northern atrocity no one can quite recall

Album reviews

Album reviews

Derry’s troubled past explored in McGee’s uneven stage debut

Derry’s troubled past explored in McGee’s uneven stage debut

A real live wire

A real live wire

Jason Byrne has just finished an acclaimed sold-out run at the Edinburgh Festival. With a new show, a new book and an Irish tour on the horizon, he talks to Jessie Collins about the nature of accidental success

Piano stars to shine bright in New Ross

Piano stars to shine bright in New Ross

A joyous DiDonato receives RIAM’s top award

A joyous DiDonato receives RIAM’s top award

Chess With Sam Collins

Chess With Sam Collins

Hot deals and offbeat brunches  in a neighbourhood curryhouse

Hot deals and offbeat brunches in a neighbourhood curryhouse

At Daata the cooking is solid, the service is excellent, and the pricing is at a level to make it accessible to a wide cross-section of diners