David Vann’s writing operates within a tradition of rural American writing notable in its refusal to po-facedly romanticise the rites and customs associated with the land.
A sprightly 95, Iris Apfel stands adrift as that rarest of creatures – a true style maven.
First Up is a series of free lunchtime talks in Trinity College where creative entrepreneurs share their insights into the paths they forge, the sacrifices they make and the sweet glories which propel them on.
Irish photographer Richard Mosse returns this spring with some thermal trickery in two exhibits examining the refugee crisis.
With proposed closures imminent for Hangar and District 8, there’s a mini-respite and sense of relief for the house and techno community with the arrival of Index.
Get thee to a Guinean dance workshop with Idrissa Camara, the choreographer behind the dance theatre company Ballet Nimba.
A new publication on the block, an alternative Paddy’s Day from Hunter & Gatherer, Darklight festival returns, get crafty at Trade School, get doon with IMMA and TD.
February represents a time to ruminate on failed dry-Januarys or experience the anxiety that comes with Valentine’s Day gifts or lack thereof.
Home Store + More Ikea always seems like the most straight-forwards option when furnishing a home, until the requisite house-warming where four separate “friends” will claim your edgy Vittsjö shelving unit as their own. Avoid this discomfiture altogether by opting for pieces from Industry, a home and lifestyle store in read more…