Here we are now, entertain us
Frances Bean Cobain, daughter of Nirvana legend Kurt Cobain, led grunge fans in pilgrimage to Newbridge last week to launch an exhibition dedicated to her father’s life
We live in strange times. Times when the president of the United States is an orange-faced shock jock imported from reality television. Times when Britain is flailing in disarray, in desperate need of an exit from Brexit. And times when, if you are a grunge rock fan, the best place you could possibly send yourself to in Ireland right now is the Newbridge Silverware Museum of Style Icons in Co Kildare.
Yes, surreal as it...
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