After ten years of hard work and research, garry o’neill has finally finished his long awaited photo book on the history of dublin youth subcultures. Entitled where were you?, The coffee-table book looks at fifty years of our city’s working class teenage fashion and music scenes. Jay carax caught up with him for an interview. Originally, Garry had planned to write a book based on his and other peoples’ memories … Read More
For a man so generally despised, the Teflon Don has some serious charm as Niall McCabe found out in this quickie chat. rabble: So Taoisigh. How are you finding civilian life? Have you been up to anything recently? Janey Macaroni! I do be sleepin in now I’m not da chief. Had me 60th last night in Croker, quite the Hooley! Charlie was der, Miriam and her fella Terry came along, … Read More
As the largest orchestrated shift of power and wealth in history occurs right beneath our noses, we look at our own country’s pitiful offerings to the global gangbang
Art prankster Scratch Dat Itch gives us the background to our page 3 golden girl. People ask why, we said why not. Every day for twelve weeks I crossed that bridge. I noticed after some time that there were two empty plinths awaiting the arrival of some art. I started to percolate the idea and then decided that there was only one piece of art that would work: The lady … Read More
We’re going to offer an alternative look at Ireland after the boom and help contribute to the popular imagination of what is possible. There is a new generation surviving on the dole, engaged in a mundane struggle to maintain, as power force feeds us austerity. Too many naively celebrate the creative side of the recession and utter non-committal grumbles about how we got here.