We explore the ins and outs of the women’s networking scene in Dublin
The most iconic house in world literature.
“We have a look reflective of our sound. We are weird but also current.” Bray trio Wyvern Lingo provide some insights on their look.
What can Mario do if this venture fails? Definitely not go back to his old job – Run is probably the closest he’s gotten to plumbing work in decades, and that’s only from being played on the toilet.
We talk to Bren Byrne about the (earlier than usual) return of OFFSET.
“A lot of what we wear is influenced by our dance moves” Jungle indie pop duo, Æ MAK talk about what influences their stage style.
We talk to local historian Des Mullally about the persistent allure of Dublin 8.
Smith skillfully details the developing childhood friendship between the unnamed narrator and Tracey, two mixed-race girls brought together by a love of dance that transcends the boundaries of time, place, culture and race.
The most striking feature of Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad is the intense and unyielding brutality of the world in which his characters struggle, and frequently fail, and usually die.
Future Sex is marked by a sense of irreparable spiritual exhaustion. Witt’s great achievement is to lull the reader into this same comfortable nihilism.
There’s more to life than books, y’know, but not much more
The Palm House was a flat-pack glass house, built in Paisley in Scotland and shipped to Dublin to be erected in 1884.
Totally Dublin sat down to discuss the podcast format, the shapeshifting nature of sports journalism and bad jokes with Ciaran Murphy of Second Captains.
Hugh Cooney and Xnthony are both bringing their own weird takes on contemporary comedy and performance art back to Dublin this Christmas from exile in London.
2016 was a record year for the Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club, culminating in the hugely successful 2016 November Poker Festival.
A fitting commemoration of the DRB’s first ten years, Space to Think is an anthology as aesthetically charming as it is rich in content.
Designer Danielle Jordan’s work takes in a variety of influences that range from Vivienne Westwood to science-fiction to wearable technology which all come together to create futuristic fashion that is incredibly 21st century.
A recent graduate from NCAD, Mairéad Wall is another designer who like Liadain Aiken is served by textures and tribes.