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{Worth A Visit} No. 29 Fitzwilliam Square

In #rabble1, Highlights, Politics, Print Edition by Peg LeesonLeave a Comment

Emerging from the dark, cramped servants quarters in the basement you enter the splendor of the late Georgian era – the richly decorated pinnacle of 18th-century living. Moving from parlour to dining-room, drawing room to boudoir every attention has been given to collecting together period pieces and replicating the sensibilities of the time. The greatest juxtaposition is evident when entering the fifth and final floor, the attic, where the children of the house spent the majority of their youth. Little wonder the rest of society could be treated with near murderous disregard when children were committed to such an austere environment.

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The Vinyl Resurgence.

In #rabble1, Illustration, Print Edition by Rob Flynn4 Comments

Despite a glut of doom and gloom articles, sales of the black stuff have increased for the fourth year in a row in the UK. Rob Flynn from Cork bass merchants Dubculture considers why. Record stores through Ireland and the western world have been closing for some time now and its no secret what the main reason for this is. The digitisation of music was predicted to revolutionise the industry … Read More

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[Witness] Cop Thuggery and the League of Ireland

In #rabble1, Politics, Print Edition by Marcas MacCaoimhín1 Comment

League of Ireland fans are no strangers to police thuggery. Marcas Maccaoimhín looks at a recent incident. The recent meeting of longford town and bohemians saw supporter-garda relations reach a new low. Pepper spray, a riot control substance which is banned for use in warfare and was not even deemed necessary in london this summer, was deployed. Bohs fans had been enjoying pre-match pints and mingling with locals for two … Read More

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{NAMA Links} Get your head around our wonderful NAMA Republic

In #rabble1, Politics, Print Edition by James Redmond1 Comment

Eamonn Crudden constructs a nightmarish vision of the property crash by mashing up the useless daily bleating of RTE analysis with disjointed ghost estate imagery. In blending dismembered economic banter from shows like Pat Kenny with dark, dread inspiring electronica he encapsulates the fear stenched atmosphere pervading the early days of the recession. That is, of course, before we grew immune to economic gloom…

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{Pitch Invasion} Sideline View

In #rabble1, Print Edition by Mark GrehanLeave a Comment

Watching football in a stadium is about as HD as you can get. Mark Grehan tells us why no pub will have the same atmosphere as a League of Ireland ground. While Dr Groove looks at sport and marketing. A few pints are to be had before a match. This is to wet the vocal cords to either chant for the team or roar abuse at the match officials. There … Read More

{Pitch Invasion} Sport More than a Marketing Tool

In #rabble1, Print Edition by Dr. GrooveLeave a Comment

Revelations Ch:18 Verse 2. ‘…Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.’ Jello Biafra in his prediction of how marital law would be declared said that sport casts would continue as normal. The new opiate of the people is live sports piped into your life via flat screens. … Read More