Monthly Archives: June 2018

Café Provence Malahide – Review

By Tahlia Peppard | June 8, 2018 | (No) | 279
Anyone who’s anyone knows that Malahide is one of the most beautiful, calming places in Ireland and I, myself visit this area on a regular basis. In Malahide village there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre. There is a wide selection of pubs (including Gibney’s, Fowler’s, Duffy’s and Gilbert and Wright’s) and restaurants and the Grand Hotel. All this is ..

Great Old School Tunes to Revisit This Summer – Part 1

By Tahlia Peppard | June 7, 2018 | (No) | 81
Ah, Summer, when everything in life appears brighter and the evenings become just that little bit longer. It’s a known fact that most people are happier in the sunshine and that it can actually change your mood for the better. As the summer is ramping up and days at the beach are becoming more frequent, I think it’s time to take a look at some old school Summer tunes that you should be listening to in 2018. So get your phones out, your speakers, your barbecues and swimsuits, because these ..

6 Gigs You Need to See in Dublin This June

By Alannah Kenny | June 5, 2018 | (No) | 1692
Well, the summer is officially upon us folks, we made it! After experiencing some fine weather lately and with the longer evenings taking hold, what better way to accompany the beginning of the summer holidays than a celebratory gig or two? If you’re in Dublin this month there is something for everyone. From Jazz to Pop, young and old, groups and solo artists, there are so many great musicians taking to the stage soon and at a price that thankfully won’t likely break the bank! So get plannin..

The World Cup for Dummies

By Dean Fitzgerald | June 5, 2018 | (No) | 404
The FIFA World Cup is upon us once again, as the four year cycle reverts to its most exciting position. This year’s edition, hosted by Russia (thanks to Sepp Blatter perhaps?), is sure to be another affair of the grandest scale. Despite being the biggest single sport competition in the world outside of the Olympics, it is common for many to be unfamiliar with the events that will transpire. For those interested in investing a month of the summer into soccer, here are a few pieces of knowledge ..

Evaluating England’s World Cup Chances

By Dean Fitzgerald | June 2, 2018 | (No) | 303
With no Boys In Green to discuss we decided to look at how the home of the Premier League will shape up this summer at the World Cup. A major turn of events took place right under most people’s noses between October 8th 2017 and now. The over-hyping of the England national team by its media was silenced, replaced by a trepidation and fear of humiliation stemming from a combination of a mediocre squad and multiple embarrassing exits in major competitions. Since the World Cup Quarter-Final exit..

7 of The Tastiest Vegan Restaurants in Wicklow

By Zuzanna Piasek | June 1, 2018 | (No) | 939
The vegan lifestyle is growing even more popular than ever. The need to find restaurants that can cater to you is even more important. If, you are planning a weekend away to perhaps visit Glendalough or enjoy the heat at the beach, then here are some places that you can pop in for a meal. 1. The Happy Pear – Greystones Close to Dublin and the sea, Greystones is the perfect beach getaway for most. In this town The Happy Pear have a restaurant where you can enjoy a healthy vegan or vegetaria..

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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Café Provence Malahide – Review

By Tahlia Peppard | June 8, 2018 | (No) | 279
Anyone who’s anyone knows that Malahide is one of the most beautiful, calming places in Ireland and I, myself visit this area on a regular basis. In Malahide village there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre. There is a wide selection of pubs (including Gibney’s, Fowler’s, Duffy’s and Gilbert and Wright’s) and restaurants and the Grand Hotel. All this is ..

Great Old School Tunes to Revisit This Summer – Part 1

By Tahlia Peppard | June 7, 2018 | (No) | 81
Ah, Summer, when everything in life appears brighter and the evenings become just that little bit longer. It’s a known fact that most people are happier in the sunshine and that it can actually change your mood for the better. As the summer is ramping up and days at the beach are becoming more frequent, I think it’s time to take a look at some old school Summer tunes that you should be listening to in 2018. So get your phones out, your speakers, your barbecues and swimsuits, because these ..

6 Gigs You Need to See in Dublin This June

By Alannah Kenny | June 5, 2018 | (No) | 1692
Well, the summer is officially upon us folks, we made it! After experiencing some fine weather lately and with the longer evenings taking hold, what better way to accompany the beginning of the summer holidays than a celebratory gig or two? If you’re in Dublin this month there is something for everyone. From Jazz to Pop, young and old, groups and solo artists, there are so many great musicians taking to the stage soon and at a price that thankfully won’t likely break the bank! So get plannin..

The World Cup for Dummies

By Dean Fitzgerald | June 5, 2018 | (No) | 404
The FIFA World Cup is upon us once again, as the four year cycle reverts to its most exciting position. This year’s edition, hosted by Russia (thanks to Sepp Blatter perhaps?), is sure to be another affair of the grandest scale. Despite being the biggest single sport competition in the world outside of the Olympics, it is common for many to be unfamiliar with the events that will transpire. For those interested in investing a month of the summer into soccer, here are a few pieces of knowledge ..

Evaluating England’s World Cup Chances

By Dean Fitzgerald | June 2, 2018 | (No) | 303
With no Boys In Green to discuss we decided to look at how the home of the Premier League will shape up this summer at the World Cup. A major turn of events took place right under most people’s noses between October 8th 2017 and now. The over-hyping of the England national team by its media was silenced, replaced by a trepidation and fear of humiliation stemming from a combination of a mediocre squad and multiple embarrassing exits in major competitions. Since the World Cup Quarter-Final exit..

7 of The Tastiest Vegan Restaurants in Wicklow

By Zuzanna Piasek | June 1, 2018 | (No) | 939
The vegan lifestyle is growing even more popular than ever. The need to find restaurants that can cater to you is even more important. If, you are planning a weekend away to perhaps visit Glendalough or enjoy the heat at the beach, then here are some places that you can pop in for a meal. 1. The Happy Pear – Greystones Close to Dublin and the sea, Greystones is the perfect beach getaway for most. In this town The Happy Pear have a restaurant where you can enjoy a healthy vegan or vegetaria..

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