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The Vintage Movement.

With so many vintage stores interspersed across Dublin, almost everyone is sporting at least one unique piece from the past. People adore the classically elegant designs, and often seek to purchase a statement piece of vintage clothing to act as…

BAFTA DRESSES

Award season has arrived! Last week we all tuned into a thoroughly enjoyable BAFTAs, there hosted by the delightful Stephen Fry, stuff we were unexpectedly impressed by the gorgeous frocks that sashayed down the red carpet. Pure elegance appeared to…

HOMEMADE BEAUTY TIPS

Being a self-confessed cosmetic fiend and adoring lotions and potions of many varieties is a costly business. Not only does stashing hoards of cleansers, toners, moisturizers, scrubs, primers aaaand the rest, take up valuable space on your vanity table, but it…

Burberry Prorsum SS13

Arguably the biggest trend of 2013, viagra pastels are sticking around this season too. Sugary, sweet, macaroon shades swamped the catwalks at Fashion Week, with designers such as Burberry Prorsum and Christopher Kane dressing their models in head-to-toe saccharine tones….

Interview: Anamanaguchi

Coiré Mc Crystall interviews American rock band Anamanaguchi.. Last time you played in Ireland was three years ago. What’ve you been up to since then? It’s been a lot of writing, levitra a lot of tightening up our live show,…

Caution: Spoilers!

Darragh O’Connor writes an article on spoilers – but that’s absolutely all we’re telling you.. Is there anything more ridiculous? A few weeks ago, healing I accidentally ‘spoiled’ the ending of Breaking Bad as I tried to engage a discussion…

Ruination of Beauty – “I Judged a Book by its Cover Quotes….”

Rosanna Cooney vents some serious rage… Look, cure this is very embarrassing.  I wouldn’t even want to discuss it if I didn’t feel so aggrieved, so very victimized by the grubby world of literature. Surely not, you may say, shaking…

BILL HICKS

As we approach the twentieth anniversary of his death, medicine Catriona O’Malley looks at the career and legacy of the iconic comedian… Bill Hicks, tadalafil the late comedian, sick has a great gag about playing a gig in a redneck…

Film Retrospective: The Raid

Richard Mitchell looks back at one of the more surprising successes in recent cinema. It was originally my intention to retrospectively review Terry Gilliam’s classic science-fiction 12 Monkeys this week, malady but after the painfully disappointing experience of revisiting Commando…

Film Review: About Time

Richard Mitchell gives his thoughts on Richard Curtis’s strike for post-Boat That Rocked redemption, thumb and arrives at some drastic conclusions… There is a trend in modern cinema which presents romance as being only of value if there is obvious…

The Write to Right- Them’s Fighting Words

Rosanna Cooney gives her thoughts on the Creative Writing organisation Fighting Words, site and insists on using that confusing headline. It is a rousing blend of WWII rhetoric and literary activism that captions both this article and the entrance of…

The Woman in Black Review

Nadine Flynn on the Drama Society’s first production of the semester…. This year’s inaugural Dramsoc show was a production of Susan Hill’s gothic novel, for sale The Woman in Black, purchase directed by Rory Crean and starring Darragh Cushen and…