Author Archives: Emily O'Callaghan


This morning.

Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6.

Outside hunting enthusiast Lucinda Creighton’s ‘office type place’,

Release the hounds.

Pic: Emily



Hello you.

Simon writes:

Richard Boyd Barrett creeping an eye on early morning commuters in Dun Laoghaire.



Sam Mardar (above), bassist with Dublin band Keywest, writes:

The public consultation for the new and very unfair rules the council are potentially imposing on  Dublin buskers is over this Friday at midday. We decided to fly back yesterday from our single promo in the UK to help rally the cause with our old Dublin busker friends

We’ve learn’t a lot about what can be done by the public in these situations after working closely with keepstreetslive organisation who saved busking in a lot of cities in Britain.

We don’t busk here in Ireland anymore and haven’t done for a while! but we really don’t want to see Dublin lose its street performance charm! Public consultation is on Friday, you can submit a submission and have your say here.

Sam Marder (Facebook)

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Further to the spectacular Vanity Fair cover of Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce…

Emily writes:

“Debbie Hickey, from Studio Ten Photography, made this. When asked if it’s sorcery, she replied, ‘25% macro photography, 25% photoshop and 50% sorcery’.”

Studio Ten Photography


Newstalk reports:

“The Public Expenditure Minister says the Government will look to ‘relieve’ the ‘torture’ suffered by transgender people when it discusses the Gender Recognition Bill today. The draft legislation has been working its way through both Houses of the Oireachtas. If enacted, it would allow passports and other civil registration documents to recognise a person’s new gender – in the case where someone has chosen to change it.”

Brendan Howlin: Government will look to ‘relieve the torture’ suffered by transgender people (Newstalk)


Where were you?

A heart-gladdening compilation of images and personalities  [Including Senator Katherine Zappone and partner Ann Louise Gilligan top] and sounds from the Marriage Referendum compiled by GAZE International LGBT film festival Dublin.


Directed & Produced by Anna Rodgers; Edited by Bob Gallagher; Co-Producer Zlata Filipovic; Camera by Ken O’ Mahony, Bob Gallagher, Deirdre O’ Toole; Music by Hugh Rodgers; Online by Michael Higgins. In association with Invisible Thread Films.