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An arty guessing game for a good cause

An arty guessing game for a good cause

If you buy an artwork for €50 at the upcoming Incognito charity auction, you’ll only find out who painted it afterwards, writes Elaine Prendeville

Talking her way to the top

Talking her way to the top

Angela Scanlon studiously avoids the ‘self-flagellation’ of looking back as she rapidly becomes one of the BBC’s biggest stars

To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by

'I’m trying to create a conversation’: David Gray

'I’m trying to create a conversation’: David Gray

On the occasion of album number 11, singer-songwriter David Gray opens up about having posh kids, making it in music – and crashing a west Cork charity gig with none other than Nick Cave

Album reviews

Album reviews

This week

This week

Agatha Christie's The Mirror Crack'd, Surface Matters at Dublin Castle and the Craft Brews & Food Fair

Bright, bold and beautiful

Bright, bold and beautiful

Last Thursday’s Arnotts spring/summer show was big on bright ideas

Motor Head

Motor Head

Bugatti’s €11m Voiture Noire proves the days of the supercar are far from numbered

Give in to your Spider sense and raise the roof

Give in to your Spider sense and raise the roof

The open-topped McLaren 600LT Spider is breathtakingly quick round the track and huge fun to drive – but it may not be suited to Irish weather, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Any fears that the T badge might have died a death with the 991’s demise at the end of 2018 can be allayed by two new models in the Porsche catalogue, called the 718 Boxster T and the 718 Cayman T

How baroque music led the way for female composers

How baroque music led the way for female composers

PREVIEW Irish composers pay tribute to Clara Schumann

PREVIEW Irish composers pay tribute to Clara Schumann

Chess With Sam Collins

Chess With Sam Collins

Feeding the smallest mouths at the table

Feeding the smallest mouths at the table

This week, Aileen Cox-Blundell, author of The Baby-Friendly Cookbook, serves up some breakfast-time treats for the little ones

Peeling away the layers of a family’s murder

Peeling away the layers of a family’s murder