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#FallonsFables: Iveagh An Idea!

In #rabble10, Blog, Illustration, Print Editionby Donal FallonLeave a Comment

As rents continue to soar and more and more people become locked out of the housing market, Donal Fallon takes us back to the lofty co-operative housing schemes built for workers by the corporations of Dublin and weighs up their experience against similar ventures abroad. In his wonderful oral history of the Dublin tenements, it was pointed out by one wise lady to Kevin Kearns about the tenements of the past … Read More

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Session Pixies: Holistic Lifestyle Column from #rabble9

In #rabble9, Blog, Humour, Illustration, The Session Pixiesby rabbleLeave a Comment

Festival season is over so there’s no more pissing on other people’s tents for this pair of reprobates. winter is coming and that means foraging in the reduce to clear aisle while you pricks bend their ears. Dear Session Pixies, I am in a muddle. I love two men. One is my ex.-boyfriend who wants to come back to me, the other is my current boyfriend. Both are lovely men, … Read More

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#FlashFiction: Dark Madonna

In #rabble9, Blog, Fiction, Illustrationby Dave Lordan1 Comment

She decided to stop washing herself. She decided to stop grooming herself in any way whatsoever. I don’t know if she continued wiping herself after going to the toilet. I don’t know how she dealt with menstruation, or if she avoided it altogether by taking the pill. If she made any exceptions to her filth regime, they were not obvious.The stink was obvious. It was dense, and complex. It had … Read More

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The Art Of War.

In #rabble9, Blog, Culture, Illustration, Politicsby Stephen BourkeLeave a Comment

  Stephen Bourke visited The Gazing from Gaza exhibition in Dublin 8’s Back Loft gallery and found a Democratic world of dozens of palestinian artists channeling life, death and hope during wartime. When Mohammed Lubbad looks north out of the Gaza strip from his home in Beit Lahiya, he can see gasometers in the distance at the Dorad and Rotenberg power stations. Just beyond is Askalon, his family’s ancestral home. It’s … Read More

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You’ll Never Be Irish To Some People.

In #rabble9, Blog, Illustration, Politics, Print Editionby Joesph Loughane22 Comments

Joesph Loughnane was walking to the offie with a few mates one day when they were stopped by two young lads in their mid to late teens. They were looking for a cigarette so they kindly obliged. What happened next might surprise you. One of them looked like he’d had a few cans already; cocky as hell, not a bother on him. A mate started chatting to them while I … Read More

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Trickling Up From The Basement.

In #rabble9, Blog, Illustration, Politics, Print Editionby Micheal Taft.3 Comments

You’re probably blue in the face hearing about the housing crisis, the increase in rent, the holy grail of owning the roof over your head. There are solutions to the problems though. Michael Taft details a few. This housing crisis is having a devastating impact on the households affected and the wider economy. In 2013, there were 90,000 households on the social housing waiting list – the majority waiting for … Read More