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This morning.

Men’s health charity Movember and Dublin creative agency In the Company of Huskies have collaborated to light up Poolbeg Chimneys with a ‘message of solidarity’ as part of Movember’s ‘Conversation Piece’ campaign.

Timi Ogunyemi writes:

‘Together We Stand’ is the first in a series of light installations, projected onto Dublin landmarks over the coming weeks.

The installation comes as new research reveals that one in three (30%) men said they feel lonely more often compared with before COVID-19 with more than half (54%) of men saying they feel less connected to friends and colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The collaborative artworks from some of Ireland’s most notable cultural figures, artists and designers including Gavin Friday, Domino Whisker, Aches, Mundy and Tiny Ark aim to raise awareness around the importance of social connection and encourage meaningful conversation.

A new interactive online tool [at link below], Movember Conversations gives you practical guidance on how to support the men in your life who might be struggling.

Conversations (Movember)

Save Poolbeg


Yes, Of course.

But how busy?

Dan Nugent writes:

I am from Dublin-based creative agency In the Company of Huskies. Last year, we created the site isdublinbusy.com, a resource that gave Dublin Xmas shoppers all the info they needed to successfully navigate the crowds at Christmas time.

It was built from both live and historical data – from car park spaces to live traffic cams, from Dublin Bike availability to public transport tweets and much, much more.

And an in-depth analysis over 5 years helped create a chart mapping the city’s estimated footfall traffic for each hour of December!

The site went viral last year and featured on your site. We’ve listened to what people said last year and added Xmas opening hours of Dublin’s most popular stores, updated daily.

And also added an interactive map displaying every available bike stand in the city, along with its capacity and safety rating.

Dublin shoppers can find all they need to know on one brilliantly clever site.