Scott Duggan and his screening theatre on Frankfield Villas off Windmill Road, Cork

Last night.

Clare Keogh writes:

My neighbour Scott Duggan [a freelance production manager] had the most beautiful idea to project classic movies for our terrace. Listening to the movie on an FM signal sitting in our own separate front gardens made us all feel a little less alone :) Donations went to Age Action…


Name that movie, anyone?

Neighbours enjoy outdoor movie screenings during Covid crisis (Eoin English, Irish Examiner)

This afternoon.

Inner City Helping Homeless writez:

Operation Easter Bunny is in full flow in the ICHH offices as we aim to give homeless children an Easter Egg over the coming week.

Mars Ireland donated 6,000 easter eggs through our partnership with Food Cloud which is a hugely kind donation that will bring a smile to many faces.

Do NOT tell Drew.

Arrr here.

Just ‘dropped’.

The Alliance of Pirates (available at link below).

Cork University Press writes:

A pioneering study of piracy in Ireland during the early seventeenth century. breaks new ground in its willingness to use archaeological evidence…

The Alliance Of Pirates (Cork University Press)

New non-fiction to


Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2




This morning.

South Dublin County Council tweetz:

We had an issue yesterday at one of our playgrounds where people had clearly taken down our closure signage and brought their kids in. Simply put, don’t do this and we will notify An Garda Síochána if we see this happening. Social Distancing is as important now as it has ever been.

Lock up your children.

Fairly convincing proof, in fairness, from actor and comedian Wes Tank that Dr Seuss lyrics work well as rap.

Here, he performs the progressively more tongue-twisting ‘Fox In Socks’ (1965) over beats from ‘What’s the Difference’ and ‘Let Me Ride’.

You (or indeed, your children) may also care for his versions of ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ and ‘The Lorax’.