Monthly Archives: December 2018

6 Festive Gigs You Need to Get to in Dublin over Christmas

By Alannah Kenny | December 15, 2018 | (No) | 2832
Well as they say, it’s almost that time of year again when Christmas is upon us once more. While the run up to it can be quite a stressful time, it’s important to try and cast the worries aside for a while and embrace the seasonal spirit. If you’re out and about doing some Christmas shopping in Dublin, make a day out of it! There’s a variety of styles and a wide range of sounds in here to suit everyone’s style. We at the Sharpe have selected our top six festive gigs in the capital ..

10 Of The Best Movies From 2010 To 2015 To Watch

By theSharpeUser | December 7, 2018 | (No) | 1140
If you are looking for a throwback to the early 2000’s then here is a list of the top ten movies from 2010 to 2015. Holidays are approaching fast which leaves plenty of room to expand your library of films. There is something in this list for everyone and perhaps something new you never knew you liked. So, give it a good scan before you make up your mind on which of these treasures you are going to watch over the coming weeks. Snuggle up with friends or family and grab a nice big bag of popcor..

Does size Really Matter…? Which Phone Suits You?

By Alannah Kenny | December 2, 2018 | (No) | 382
In the past couple of years, we have seen phones change drastically. From touchscreen to face recognition and from Siri to having the phone actually make calls. The sizes of phones have also increased, and many have been worried that having a huge phone will be a inconvenience or like carrying a big brick around trying to make a call. Is that still the stigma we have around phones or has everyone suddenly decided to let that go as they stay buried in the newest technologies. Regardless of what t..

What Are the Costs of Building a House in Ireland?

By Alannah Kenny | December 1, 2018 | (No) | 2138
The housing crisis is such a topical issue right now with people marching to the Dáil only recently over extortionate rent prices, students having nowhere to go and whole families, including young children, being evicted and forced onto the streets like the middle ages. With the government seemingly holding back for now on providing more capital for the development of properties, we at The Sharpe decided to do a bit of digging into what it costs to build a house in Ireland and for individuals a..

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Monthly Archives: December 2018

6 Festive Gigs You Need to Get to in Dublin over Christmas

By Alannah Kenny | December 15, 2018 | (No) | 2832
Well as they say, it’s almost that time of year again when Christmas is upon us once more. While the run up to it can be quite a stressful time, it’s important to try and cast the worries aside for a while and embrace the seasonal spirit. If you’re out and about doing some Christmas shopping in Dublin, make a day out of it! There’s a variety of styles and a wide range of sounds in here to suit everyone’s style. We at the Sharpe have selected our top six festive gigs in the capital ..

10 Of The Best Movies From 2010 To 2015 To Watch

By theSharpeUser | December 7, 2018 | (No) | 1140
If you are looking for a throwback to the early 2000’s then here is a list of the top ten movies from 2010 to 2015. Holidays are approaching fast which leaves plenty of room to expand your library of films. There is something in this list for everyone and perhaps something new you never knew you liked. So, give it a good scan before you make up your mind on which of these treasures you are going to watch over the coming weeks. Snuggle up with friends or family and grab a nice big bag of popcor..

Does size Really Matter…? Which Phone Suits You?

By Alannah Kenny | December 2, 2018 | (No) | 382
In the past couple of years, we have seen phones change drastically. From touchscreen to face recognition and from Siri to having the phone actually make calls. The sizes of phones have also increased, and many have been worried that having a huge phone will be a inconvenience or like carrying a big brick around trying to make a call. Is that still the stigma we have around phones or has everyone suddenly decided to let that go as they stay buried in the newest technologies. Regardless of what t..

What Are the Costs of Building a House in Ireland?

By Alannah Kenny | December 1, 2018 | (No) | 2138
The housing crisis is such a topical issue right now with people marching to the Dáil only recently over extortionate rent prices, students having nowhere to go and whole families, including young children, being evicted and forced onto the streets like the middle ages. With the government seemingly holding back for now on providing more capital for the development of properties, we at The Sharpe decided to do a bit of digging into what it costs to build a house in Ireland and for individuals a..

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