Mon, 15 Jun, 2020
Make a spa day of Sundays with these luxurious bathing buys, writes Rachel Marie Walsh.
Sat, 17 Nov, 2018
The Catholic Church has 10 years to “get its act together” or it will become little more than a museum piece, according to the former abbot of Glenstal Abbey.
Tue, 09 May, 2017
Sat, 05 Mar, 2016
Sat, 20 Jun, 2015
Five of the best things to do if you don’t have plans already.
Mon, 15 Jun, 2015
Bloomsday is usually seen as a Dublin-based celebration of James Joyce but this year a West Cork town is giving Joycean Dubs a run for their money.
Mon, 08 Jun, 2015
"It’s been years since the Super Bowl felt as significant as the draft."
Sat, 02 Aug, 2014
THE 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s short-story collection, Dubliners, is marked this year by an iPad app dedicated to its famous coda, ‘The Dead’.
Mon, 06 Jan, 2014
When the graphic novel, Dotter Of Her Father’s Eyes, won the Costa Biography Award for 2012, it was overdue acceptance of comics’ literary value.
Thu, 04 Jul, 2013
Joycean scholars will step back in time today, to June 16, 1904, to be precise.
Sun, 16 Jun, 2013
New biography of James Joyce shows he was ready to sacrifice everything for his art, down to the last supportive woman, writes Thomas McCarthy
Sat, 09 Jul, 2011
Some of Ireland’s greatest writers who left its shores by sea were today used to attract holidaymakers on to the waves.
Mon, 16 Jul, 2007
A new generation of readers should embrace the books of Dublin writer James Joyce, his elderly nephew claimed yesterday.
Fri, 17 Jun, 2005
An anonymous bidder paid £240,800 (€359,532) today for a raunchy letter written by the author James Joyce to his partner and lifelong love, Nora Barnacle, in 1909.
Thu, 08 Jul, 2004
Love letters sent by James Joyce to his wife are expected to sell for thousands of euro when they go under the hammer at auction in London today.
Thousands of people will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bloomsday today, the date made famous by James Joyce’s novel Ulysses.
Wed, 16 Jun, 2004
Bloomsday has been stretched to more than a week in Dublin this year.
Sun, 10 Jun, 2001
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