Annemarie O’Connor has distilled this season into six key trends. Make your wardrobe more fashion forward by playing around with a few......Read article
As World Book Day comes around and concern mounts that children aren’t reading because of technology. Jonathan de Burca Butler talks to well-known faces about why reading made them who they are.Read article
It was the kind of radio that made you late for an appointment. Ailin Quinlan recounts former senator Niamh Cosgrave’s shocking ordeal as told to 'Today with Sean O’Rourke'.Read article
Sharon O’ Reilly-Coates says a feather sculpture in Cork is a thank you to Native American IndiansRead article
Barbara Scully wants to ditch domestic drudgery and escape to Antarctic isolation.Read article
Women over 60 are having a ‘moment’ and it’s not a senior one. More confidence, more energy and they couldn’t care less what you think.
Will Lawrence says the 54-year old actress has finally won a best Oscar, playing a woman losing her identity to early Alzheimer’s. Moore herself, is utterly unchanged by fame and fortune, he finds.
The TV-adaptation of Mantel’s novels excelled, but steadily lost viewing figures,, writes Richard Fitzpatrick.Read article
The kingpin of the Silk Road drug cartel believed he was safely hidden online ... he wasn’t. Nina Burleigh on the rise and fall of Ross UlbrichtRead article
As Ed Power ponders a possible digital backlash, he talks to John Creedon about classic songs that never made it to the top of the chartsRead article
Boardgames are booming, vinyl sales are taking off, e-reader sales are slowing, and there’s a vogue for retro Nokias among hipsters. Are we ‘digitalled out’, asks Ed PowerRead article
CORK-BASED artist Suzy O’Mullane has a performance/video/sound event at The Guesthouse, Cork, with Harry Moore on Saturday at 3pm. She will also have a solo exhibition entitled ‘There Was Nothing Good About Good Friday’ at the Origin Gallery in Dublin from March 12.Read article
Are the days of widely exciting new products like the iPhone over? Have we reached peak smartphone innovation, asks Diarmaid Condon.Read article
Here's your one stop shop for all the news, views and fashion highlights (and lowlights) to emerge from the movie industry's biggest nightRead article
Kay Cairn’s frugal adventures continue as she and Erin head off to the capital of Belgium. One catch, though: Kay’s on a very tight budgetRead article
In a bar in Cork, Israeli and Palestinian swing dancers jived and cha-chaed as part of a groundbreaking ‘Swing for Peace’ initiative, writes Ellie O’ByrneRead article
My biggest fault is that I am impulsive. Sometimes I pick an option and go with it, without having thought about all the possible outcomes.Read article
Teacher Emmet Ryan felt trapped, over-worked and under-appreciated in his London job. He tells Colette Sheridan how he broke the rut.Read article
Culture bores suggest a movie simply can’t match the sensory experience provided by the depth and breadth of a novel, Declan Burke says Fifty Shades of Grey has already put the old canard to bed.