Monthly Archives: November 2017

Kevin Casey Interview – One Man’s Music & Magnolia Road

By Geoff Dorrity | November 12, 2017 | (No) | 2703
This week, we caught up with Dublin singer-songwriter, Kevin Casey. Having played 1,200 shows with former band Jaker, Kevin recently took on the challenge of creating his own sound in a new solo career. That sound has been described as somewhere between Whiskeytown, Elton John, Springsteen and Oasis. Performances to date have embodied a dynamic charisma and natural melodic ability, leaving audiences hungry for more. Kevin and the band are gearing up for their massive album launch next Saturday,..

World Cup Play-Off: Ireland vs. Denmark – Ireland’s Key Players

By Evan Coughlan | November 10, 2017 | (No) | 1948
In November 2015, Jonathan Walters wrote himself into Irish footballing folklore after scoring two goals in the Euro 2016 play-off against Bosnia to send the Irish team to France. We placed that moment pretty highly on our list of Ireland’s most memorable play-offs! Now in November 2017 Ireland find themselves in a play-off yet again, this time against Denmark, and you know what, we fancy our chances! Martin O’Neill has announced the squad that will try and take Ireland to its first Worl..

The Trials and Tribulations of Working in Irish Retail

By Olivia Virlan | November 9, 2017 | (No) | 1007
There are a lot of different types of jobs out there, the choice really is endless, but retail still seems to be the one that most people turn to. It all seems like fun and games until your one month in. Then having to deal with the same insignificant things over and over again can become a little bit monotonous and before long you may be looking for a slightly less annoying job. For those that enjoy their jobs in retail, power to you all, you are a rare and beautiful breed! If your weighing up ..

The Republic of Ireland’s Most Memorable Play-Offs

By Evan Coughlan | November 7, 2017 | (No) | 6259
Well, somehow we’ve done it again. After the disappointment of Ireland’s World Cup qualifying matches in September, it looked very unlikely that the boys in green would be in the mix for a World Cup play-off come November. Lo and behold, after Scotland did us a favour by beating Slovakia and then drawing with Slovenia, we were now in with a chance of getting a play-off spot. Now, all we had to do was beat Wales in Cardiff and our play-off spot was secure; no small feat, mind you. After a bea..

Six of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating in Meath

By Zuzanna Piasek | November 6, 2017 | (No) | 6867
If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy an organic meal, free of GMO’s and simply just some real food that you know hasn’t been processed countless times, this is the guide for you! It can be hard to eat healthy and enjoy a meal on the town. No need to worry because we have you covered. If you are hanging around in Meath over the next while, this is perfect for you! We are about to count down the top six restaurants for clean eating in Meath. 1. New Barn Farm in Ashbourne Just outside of ..

Denmark vs. Ireland: Your Ultimate ‘How To’ Guide To Copenhagen

By Evan Coughlan | November 5, 2017 | (No) | 2547
Evan Coughlan Writes about sport and stuff. When Evan thinks of a witty comment it will appear here. http://www.thesharpe.com

5 Gigs You Need To See in Dublin This November

By Alannah Kenny | November 1, 2017 | (No) | 5746
As the Halloween festivities draws to a close, the cold, dark November nights will start to creep in. If you’re sick of staying indoors binging Netflix boxsets then our next gig guide is the perfect excuse to get you out on the town in Dublin. We have some great local music acts performing this month that are well worth checking out. So whether your on a dry November, growing out the mustache or just planning a few pints, here are the five gigs that you should definitely keep in mind! 5) Moxie..

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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Kevin Casey Interview – One Man’s Music & Magnolia Road

By Geoff Dorrity | November 12, 2017 | (No) | 2703
This week, we caught up with Dublin singer-songwriter, Kevin Casey. Having played 1,200 shows with former band Jaker, Kevin recently took on the challenge of creating his own sound in a new solo career. That sound has been described as somewhere between Whiskeytown, Elton John, Springsteen and Oasis. Performances to date have embodied a dynamic charisma and natural melodic ability, leaving audiences hungry for more. Kevin and the band are gearing up for their massive album launch next Saturday,..

World Cup Play-Off: Ireland vs. Denmark – Ireland’s Key Players

By Evan Coughlan | November 10, 2017 | (No) | 1948
In November 2015, Jonathan Walters wrote himself into Irish footballing folklore after scoring two goals in the Euro 2016 play-off against Bosnia to send the Irish team to France. We placed that moment pretty highly on our list of Ireland’s most memorable play-offs! Now in November 2017 Ireland find themselves in a play-off yet again, this time against Denmark, and you know what, we fancy our chances! Martin O’Neill has announced the squad that will try and take Ireland to its first Worl..

The Trials and Tribulations of Working in Irish Retail

By Olivia Virlan | November 9, 2017 | (No) | 1007
There are a lot of different types of jobs out there, the choice really is endless, but retail still seems to be the one that most people turn to. It all seems like fun and games until your one month in. Then having to deal with the same insignificant things over and over again can become a little bit monotonous and before long you may be looking for a slightly less annoying job. For those that enjoy their jobs in retail, power to you all, you are a rare and beautiful breed! If your weighing up ..

The Republic of Ireland’s Most Memorable Play-Offs

By Evan Coughlan | November 7, 2017 | (No) | 6259
Well, somehow we’ve done it again. After the disappointment of Ireland’s World Cup qualifying matches in September, it looked very unlikely that the boys in green would be in the mix for a World Cup play-off come November. Lo and behold, after Scotland did us a favour by beating Slovakia and then drawing with Slovenia, we were now in with a chance of getting a play-off spot. Now, all we had to do was beat Wales in Cardiff and our play-off spot was secure; no small feat, mind you. After a bea..

Six of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating in Meath

By Zuzanna Piasek | November 6, 2017 | (No) | 6867
If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy an organic meal, free of GMO’s and simply just some real food that you know hasn’t been processed countless times, this is the guide for you! It can be hard to eat healthy and enjoy a meal on the town. No need to worry because we have you covered. If you are hanging around in Meath over the next while, this is perfect for you! We are about to count down the top six restaurants for clean eating in Meath. 1. New Barn Farm in Ashbourne Just outside of ..

Denmark vs. Ireland: Your Ultimate ‘How To’ Guide To Copenhagen

By Evan Coughlan | November 5, 2017 | (No) | 2547
Evan Coughlan Writes about sport and stuff. When Evan thinks of a witty comment it will appear here. http://www.thesharpe.com

5 Gigs You Need To See in Dublin This November

By Alannah Kenny | November 1, 2017 | (No) | 5746
As the Halloween festivities draws to a close, the cold, dark November nights will start to creep in. If you’re sick of staying indoors binging Netflix boxsets then our next gig guide is the perfect excuse to get you out on the town in Dublin. We have some great local music acts performing this month that are well worth checking out. So whether your on a dry November, growing out the mustache or just planning a few pints, here are the five gigs that you should definitely keep in mind! 5) Moxie..

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