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  1. Debut story collection from NY-based Irish writerRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | RTE.ie

    Andrew Fox grew up in Skerries but is now resident in the USA. He has just published a debut collection of stories, Over Our Heads, which has received enthusiastic endorsements from both Kevin Barry and Roddy Doyle.


  2. Reclaiming the old art of getting lostRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Flowers blossom in a field near Lisse, Netherlands, above, a scene that could easily be stumbled upon if one is guided by whim, rather than a map, while traveling. Here, a tourist takes pictures of the blossoming tulips, one of the Netherlands' most well-known exports.


  3. Go have some fun this summer in EuropeRead the original story

    Saturday | The News-Star

    Go have some fun this summer in Europe Go have some fun this summer in Europe Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1yGOMFr Remember those old stories about how miners always carried a caged canary with them into a coal mine? The reason for this was most coal mines did not have ventilation systems, so the canary became a cheap warning device. If the canary stopped singing, it meant methane or carbon monoxide was present.


  4. New Board Chair for Palm Springs Art MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Artforum Intl.

    The Palm Springs Art Museum has named Donna MacMillan chair of the board of trustees, reports the Desert Sun 's Skip Descant. Harold J. Meyerman, the previous board chair, died in January.


  5. The Andy Warhol Museum Announces New Milton Fine Curator of ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Artforum Intl.

    Bartholomew Ryan, currently a curator at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, will be the new Milton Fine Curator of Art at The Andy Warhol Museum, reports Marylynne Pitz at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette . Ryan earned a bachelor's degree in drama and theater studies from Trinity College in Dublin before going on to earn a master's degree in contemporary art from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College.


  6. Marks & Spencer open new rooftop cafe on Grafton StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Business World

    It was announced today that Marks & Spencer have opened their new rooftop cafe at their store in Grafton Street. The 150-seat dining area offers alfresco dining, with a 30-seat roof-top terrace boasting views onto Grafton Street and across the Dublin skyline.


  7. Walker Art Center curator heads to Andy Warhol MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Star Tribune

    Welcome to Artcetera. Arts-and-entertainment writers and critics post movie news, concert updates, people items, video, photos and more.


  8. PICTURE: Life is a runway for top models Thalia Heffernan and Holly CarpenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Independent.ie

    Models Thalia Heffernan & Holly Carpenter joked they are Ireland's hottest new couple as they laughed, kissed and held hands walking down Grafton Street Models Thalia Heffernan & Holly Carpenter joked they are Ireland's hottest new couple as they laughed, kissed and held hands walking down Grafton Street Thalia Heffernan and Holly Carpenter treated Dublin's Grafton Street like their own personal catwalk yesterday as they hit the town for a a day of shopping and catching up. The pair became close last year after Holly split with rugby star Cian Healy and Thalia returned from Australia where she had been modelling for three months.


  9. Morning business news - April 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | RTE.ie

    Shaun Quinn, chief executive of Flte Ireland, says the tourism fair brings together about 300 of the largest buyers of tourism and travel across the world to meet with about 500 Irish companies. The event has been going for the past 40 years but continues to be very successful and is one of a number of platforms Filte Ireland is running this year.


  10. Dundrum centre's expansion plans sink due to flood fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Independent.ie

    IRELAND'S biggest shopping centre has been told it cannot go ahead with a one-million-square-foot expansion because of flood fears for neighbouring shops and houses. The owners of Dundrum Town Centre have been refused planning permission to extend the shopping centre, despite getting permission just over five years ago.


  11. Be the first to see the new movie "Two by Two"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | RTE.ie

    We will be doing a special preview screening in The Savoy, O'Connell Street, Dublin on April 19th at 11.15am In order to be in with a chance to win a family of 4 ticket all you have to do is answer the following question correctly: TWO BY TWO With warnings of a flood sweeping the land, the animals travel to the safety of the Ark. Animals are boarding two by two - Lions, Gorillas, Hippos, Nestrians.


  12. Two shot dead in Milan courtroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | RTE.ie

    A man believed to be a defendant in a bankruptcy case shot two people dead in a Milan court, including a judge, according to a prosecutor. The sound of shots sparked panic, with lawyers fleeing the scene while police officers searched for the gunman, who was thought to be still inside the building, prosecutor Giovanni Canzio said.


  13. Dublin clamping fee not deterring some motoristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | RTE.ie

    The annual report of Dublin City Council's parking appeal's officer says there has not been any increase since 1998 and the current level is not deterring some people. More than 2,300 have been clamped between four and 50 times over the past four years with one individual clamped 55 times - an average of once every three to four weeks.


  14. Mars One finalist Kaye defends program in face of criticismRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | The Chronicle

    Following criticism that Mars One's mission to the Red Planet may not be written in the stars, senior Laurel Kaye defends the mission's validity. Kaye-a physics major from Long Island, N.Y.-is one of 100 finalists for a project to send humans on a one-way trip to Mars .


  15. Trinity College library 'like a Disney movie' says travel bibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Independent.ie

    VISITING the Trinity College Long Room library is "like you stepped directly into a Disney movie", according to a top travel magazine. A stroll round home of the world-famous Book of Kells has been voted one of the "50 things to do in Europe before you die", according to Conde Nast Traveler.


  16. Irish Defence Forces mark Easter Rising at Dublin's GPORead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 5 | Independent.ie

    Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Defence Simon Coveney attended the event, which involved prayers of remembrance and the laying of a wreath. A ceremony at Glasnevin Cemetery was also held in Honour of the Creators of the Tricolour and National Anthem at 9.25am today.


  17. RTE's Road to the Rising on Easter MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | RTE.ie

    RT's free family event, Road to the Rising , is taking place on Dublin's O'Connell Street on Easter Monday, with a wide range of events on offer to the public. A couple of weeks ago, a number of familiar RT faces took part in a photo shoot with a difference as they were transported back in time to Ireland 1915.


  18. Top model Lynn Kelly 'thought she was fit' until she vomited at the gymRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Independent.ie

    Fitness is an integral part of former Miss Ireland Lynn Kelly's daily regime, but a new workout pushed her to her limits. The honed and toned model attended a session at Beau Jacks boxing gym and threw up due to the high intensity.


  19. Workers vow more action against Dunnes StoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Independent.ie

    Dunnes employees at St Stephen's Green, from left: Noelle Monaghan, Imelda Fay, Michelle Rossiter, Kelly Johnston, Maja Bilecka, Paula Murray and Joan Daly Further strike action looms at Dunnes Stores outlets around the country after 6,000 workers took to the pickets as part of one of the largest private industry work stoppages in modern times. The company is understood to have lost millions of euro in revenue yesterday, with the increased alcohol sales traditionally making Holy Thursday one of the retail chain's most profitable periods.


  20. Wish You Were Here: Vacation tips from fellow travelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | San Jose Mercury News

    IRELAND: Los Gatos residents Donn and Robin Jewell's recent trip to Ireland included a weeklong stay in a Dublin apartment on Sir John Rogerson's Quay on the River Liffey. Travel tips: "Our first recommendation to anyone staying in the neighborhood -- or for that matter, anywhere near the center -- is don't rent a car until you are leaving the city," Robin says.