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Five Minutes of Heaven

Five Minutes of Heaven – Film Review

Five Minutes of Heaven – Film Review

Five Minutes of Heaven ,

Released in 2008, starring Liam Neeson & James Nesbitt There are many true life stories of reconciliation springing from the Troubles in Northern Ireland. At the first Culture Honey Discussion Group last year, we began our discussion in part with an interview with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead Maguire. She received the award for working toward peace in Northern

The Wilder Townhouse, Dublin

The Wilder Townhouse : Dublin, Ireland; Not Your Average Boutique Hotel

The Wilder Townhouse : Dublin, Ireland; Not Your Average Boutique Hotel

The Wilder Townhouse, Dublin ,

On the quiet corner of a busy city, just off Adelaide Road, sits The Wilder Townhouse. The hotel itself only opened its doors earlier last summer, but the building is a listed Victorian building – meaning it must be preserved and certain features like its red brick exterior cannot be altered. Its origin as “A

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Writers to Know ,

At the Dublin Book Festival 2018, Ireland’s place in literary history was highlighted and celebrated, and a new batch of authors were released to the scene in order that they may test their skill and luck in the battle for literary glory. For such a small country, Ireland has held a strong place in the

Bewleys, Dublin

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewley’s | A Dublin Locality

Bewleys, Dublin ,

A Diamond in the Rough In the middle Equipoise info site of Grafton Street, sitting alongside the multinational chain shops and the restaurants you can find in every major city, is a gem. While it is now found in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States, Bewley’s long and proud history makes it a

Dublin Book Festival

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

Dublin Book Festival 2018: Bibliophile’s Paradise

Dublin Book Festival ,

Anyone who’s been to Dublin knows it is a city steeped in history. Or is it a town? It’s sort of that awkward middle ground where it should really be a city, but isn’t quite big enough. Anyway, I digress. Smock Alley Theatre, host to this year’s Dublin Book Festival, is no less historic than