Perishing vertiginous record spinner.
Today I learned that Dublin’s motto is ‘The obedience of the citizens produces a happy city’. No comment.
— Glen Moran (@MajorThrill) March 5, 2014
A collection of Dublin’s most prized and beloved shopfronts created by ‘In the Company of Huskies’ and photographed by Luca Truffarelli for VisitDublin.ie.
Above: Irene Kelly (O’Donovan’s, Pearse St, Dublin 2); Patrick J. Buckley (F.X. Buckley, Moore St, Dublin 1); Sunil Sharma, (The Kiosk, Lr Leeson St Bridge, Dublin 2); Christy’s Walk-Round, 8 Mary Street, Dublin 1 and John McHugh (Makeshop, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2)
View from Millennium Bridge, Dublin moments ago.
Nicky Kelly writes:
“An illustrated map of some of the best spots to eat around Dublin.”
As chosen by controversial style arbiter/beef lover, Niall Harbison of OCD Soundsystem notoriety.
This cannot end well.
David Landy writes:
My nephew Sean Landy has just turned 18 and is missing from his home [since Friday] in Stillorgan, Co Dublin. We’re all worried about him and I was wondering if I could put his picture up on Broadsheet and ask if anyone has seen him?
If you have any info please contact the Gardai in Dundrum at 01-6665600.
Update: Received from David Landy 12:03pm Monday February 10th.
“I’ve just heard that he has been found and that he’s safe and sound. Feeling so relieved.”