For four years, Irish photographer Helen Sheehan did the ‘memory work’ for the Armenians exiled or killed during the Turkish genocide of 1915. Her new exhibition exposes a hidden history, writes Fiona Ness
If Irish authors are to thrive in the current landscape, the government needs to provide them with a better “ecosystem” in which to write, the inaugural laureate for Irish fiction, Anne Enright, has told The Sunday Business Post.
Mastering this Japanese martial art of deflection requires years of training, discipline and – at the beginning – a propensity for being repeatedly hurled to the ground, writes Jasper Winn
In business since the late 1990s, the O’Driscolls have amassed nearly as many awards as designs.
At this time of year, the weather, our mood, even the seasonal food available can seem a little dull. I always get the urge to cook spicy vegetable dishes with colour and exotic flavours to liven up my taste buds. Last week, I cooked them every night
The most extraordinary thing about any Holocaust survivors I’ve met, in Israel or elsewhere, is how well-adjusted they seem. As a society, we’ve come to accept that every unpleasant experience in childhood leaves its mark, and can scar or mar an indi