Thanks Pamela McCarthy, Paul Murphy, Niamh McEneaney, Mick Crowley, Nick Sutton and Colin McGann.
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“My other half’s bike was stolen from the rear of our place in Portobello [Dublin] at the weekend. It was locked with a serious looking kryptonite lock behind a locked gate. So who ever took it went to a lot of effort.
As you can see – it’s not easily missed. It’s a NoLogo Bike. With a Flip Flop hub – was flipped to single speed when we last had it – and it has no lights. The bike was a present from me for last Christmas. And his first ‘nice’ bike so he wasn’t that happy to see it missing over the weekend. Your lovely readers may be able to help?”
The increasingly odd Tony Blair,
Has flown a strange kite in the air,
He says to bring peace,
We need to increase,
The forces we send over there.
Pumpkin patch at ‘Alright Pumpkin’ in Co Meath
Tom ‘Dylan’ Dillon, who runs the social media operation at the ‘sheet (leaving him enough time to be a full-time farmer, raise a large family and compete at slow chess) is diversifying his crop.
Known for his hay bale sculpting [teddy bears, trains, etc] Tom is betting everything on orange.
“It’s the 19th of September and I know what you are all thinking, Halloween is just around the corner and you have nothing ready. Where are you, your family and your friends going to enjoy some wholesome fun this Halloween?
Or source large orange decorative vegetables to adorn your home? Allowing you a chance to impress your friends and neighbours with your elegant carving….
Do not fret.
Let ‘Alright Pumpkin’ help you…
Visit our Pick Your Own Pumpkin Patch in Co Meath which has lots of things for kids to do or alternatively, pick your pumpkin from our Dublin venue. We are open from early October but you can book a pumpkin size now. All the details are on our Facebook page [link below]and on our tumblr….”
Pumpin’ idea or grotesque US-imported ‘ween intensive farming caper?
Only YOU can decide.
It’s the Summer of 1988 and Cork’s emigration-generation are following the beat, in perfect time, to catch a new club night starting in Sir Henry’s: SWEAT. Deep follows the story of hapless vinyl junkie Larry Lehane, on the cusp of a new era for music. Turning the tables on two decades, from the rise of Acid House to the Euro changeover. Through Larry’s rose-tinted, smiley face, glasses, we witness the evolution of anUnderground scene, as the beat rises and fall.
Eric at the Riverbank writes:
“Some of your more, ahem, mature readers will recall, or not as the case maybe, those days when the clubs played decent music, vinyl was a currency and hangovers just didn’t exist.
Relive the glory days of clubbing, this time in the comfort of comfortable seats and clean surroundings….Riverbank Arts Centre would like to offer one lucky Broadsheeter two tickets for Deep. A good heyday clubbing story should secure them….”
Lines stay open until Midnight.
What the flux?
“Happenings are screening Back to the Future (1985) in association with Dublin City Council in Merrion Square [Dublin 2] TONIGHT. There will be lots of delicious food and drinks on sale from Vintage Flair, Caryna’s Cakes and Irish Village Markets. Please bring warm clothes, something to sit on and your good vibes…”
Gates 6.30pm. Film
19.55 8.15pm. €5
Entry via Merrion Square EAST
(opposite the clock tower).