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The path well taken

The path well taken

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

Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

Now starring alongside Juliette Binoche in a new French-made drama, Kristen Stewart has come a long way from the teen schlock of Twilight

Richard E Grant Actor and entrepreneur

Richard E Grant Actor and entrepreneur

Shining starlet

Shining starlet

The Fall saw Aisling Franciosi’s career take off. She talks to Nadine O’Regan about Ifta nominations, steamy scenes with Jamie Dornan and breaking the States

Tech’s new breed: Margaret Burgraff interview

Tech’s new breed: Margaret Burgraff interview

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

TV Review: A round about way of putting Kenny back on TV

TV Review: A round about way of putting Kenny back on TV

Reviewed this week: Pat Kenny in the Round, UTV Ireland. Home Fires, UTV Ireland. The Speech, RTE One. Claire Byrne Live, RTE One.

On Song: Ryan Jarman of The Cribs

On Song: Ryan Jarman of The Cribs

Artistic licence

Artistic licence

TV is still a guy thing

Get out there

Get out there

No matter where you go in the country over the coming weeks, there’s an outdoor adventure or event to choose from. Here are three great ones

Vengerov delivers in ‘luscious’  NCH celebration

Vengerov delivers in ‘luscious’ NCH celebration

Maxim Vengerov with RTE NSO. National Concert Hall, May 10. Reviewed by Dick O’Riordan

Challenging the silence around abuse

Challenging the silence around abuse

Exhibition: In Plain Sight. Until 31 May, Gallery of Photography, Dublin 2, galleryofphotography.ie.

Exploration of a nationalist narrative that lost its way

Exploration of a nationalist narrative that lost its way

Non-fiction: Young Ireland and the Writing of Irish History. By James Quinn. UCD Press, €34. Reviewed by Diarmuid Francis Bolger

Max power for one big, long blast

Max power for one big, long blast

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

Budding stars are keyed up for top piano competition

Budding stars are keyed up for top piano competition

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.

Bite size

Bite size