Whether it’s the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the Kerry Camino or the Holy Land, there are many reasons to join a pilgrimage, from the deeply spiritual to the opportunity to take a different kind of holiday break. Just make sure that your overwo
As Intel designates 2015 the year of ‘Women in Intel’, one of the technology giant’s newest vice-presidents, Cork-born Margaret Burgraff, talks about picking potatoes, making it in Silicon Valley, Facebook, inclusivity in the workplace, and ‘having i
Reviewed this week: Pat Kenny in the Round, UTV Ireland. Home Fires, UTV Ireland. The Speech, RTE One. Claire Byrne Live, RTE One.
Non-fiction: Young Ireland and the Writing of Irish History. By James Quinn. UCD Press, €34. Reviewed by Diarmuid Francis Bolger
Cinema: Mad Max: Fury Road. Directed by George Miller. Nationwide, cert 15A. Rating: *****. The Tribe. Directed by Myroslav. Slaboshpytskiy. Selected, cert 18. Rating: *****. Also opening The Clouds of Sils Maria (selected, 15A). Juliette Binoche an
There’s a whopping prize of €15,000 awaiting the winner of the tenth Dublin International Piano Competition, which has begun its sorting-out process of 63 young hopefuls from 18 countries around the world.