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Take Five #1 Finally, Cheap Falafel.

In #rabble1, Print Edition by rabble1 Comment

Finally, Cheap Falafel. Those over priced super market kits can go fuck themselves as this humble street food comes to dublin at a price we can all finally afford. Several fine Dublin establishments have served falafel for years now. But face it – they were a rip off. It’s always remained a mystery to any Irish person with experience of the wondrous Mao falafel chain in Amsterdam, with its ‘help … Read More

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We Live.

In Blog, rabble Updates! by rabble6 Comments

Finally! A few thousand copies of a magazine called rabble landed in Dublin last night. Over the weekend we will be arranging distribution in the city centre. Expect it to appear in all of the usual places and hopefully some you wouldn’t expect.

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{Job Bridge} Talking Union: The Fear Of Exploitation.

In #rabble1, Politics, Print Edition by James RedmondLeave a Comment

As the mess that is the state’s employment strategy becomes clear James Redmond talks to the unions about the rot at the centre of the scheme. The real lambs to the slaughter here are recent graduates. So where does the Union Of Students stand? They have a huge problem understanding themselves as workers, and with their membership of IBEC, we really weren’t expecting much from them. If you ever paid … Read More

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But Is It Art? How The Council Get Graf Wrong.

In #rabble1, Politics, Print Edition by Redmonk1 Comment

Redmonk considers the anti-social way the council treats graffiti. Graffiti art is often lumped in with many aspects of youth culture as ‘anti-social’. As mindless vandalism bereft of any artistic qualities, perpetrated by cowardly hoodlums under the cover of darkness, a faceless counter to decency and the notion of property. It is dealt with by gray paint, powerwashers and policy that I would describe as more ‘anti-social’ than the menace … Read More

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Summer Street Art 2011

In #rabble1, Illustration, Print Edition by Freda Hughes1 Comment

Freda hughes has been archiving our city’s street art for donkies now. We asked her to select the five choicest cuts from the summers just gone. Street art and graffiti reveal a subculture beyond the organised structures of our society. The interplay between the artist and the city fascinates me, as does the artists’ acceptance of the transience and public ownership of their art. These pictures are just a small … Read More