Tag Archives: Dublin


Lucan resident says Balgaddy is adversely affecting Lucan’s reputation (Mark O’Brien, Dublin Gazette) 

Via Eh


Anne Zahan, of In The Company of Huskies creative agency, writes:

We’ve made an authentic tourist video about Dublin for client Failte Ireland. Working with production house Butter and director Yousef Eldin (formerly of Mongrel magazine) we went on a guerilla-style 3-day shoot before Christmas and captured drag queens, beer, urban cowboys, and rain. We also worked with Nialler9 to commission Le Boom to work on a bespoke track.

We think it’s an authentic love letter to the city and we hope your readers will like it!


In The Company Of Huskies

Dublin filmaker Paul Butler Lennox writes:

Thirty years ago, on New Year’s Eve 1987, Pete St John, poet and songwriter (of Fields of Athenry fame) wrote and performed ‘A Dublin Poem’ on the Late Late Show on the eve of Dublin’s Millennium in 1988 reflecting on Dublin’s progress.

I felt compelled and inspired to make something to contribute to the issue of homelessness in this country by making this visual poem to accompany Pete’s incredible work.

Thanks Paul

Dublin Cycling writes:

“In 2012, before Luas Cross City construction began, the NTA commissioned a report on the integration of cycling & trams. Here are that report’s recommendations. Nowhere in the report is a ban or “dismount” of cyclists recommended or even referenced. Nowhere.”


Dublin Cycling


Free tonight?

In Dublin.

Donal Moloney writes:

Have you noticed how big and plentiful address numbers are around the city recently? Took a few snaps over the last few days. Dublin doin’ a New York?


Also: Name those SIX locations, anyone?

Donal Moloney (Facebook)