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Old Moore Predicts: A Crash in the Art World

In the 2016 edition, Old Moore has predicted that global finances will be unstable. And today, he has also said he believes the art market is in a very over-inflated

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Twins – A Short Story

A short story by Clare McAfee of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim Maguire’s Bar was Diarmuid O’Boyle’s preferred pub and of course that meant Clooney Callahan favoured it too. Diarmuid sat in

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Scholar Discovers “Missing Piece” of a Bronze-Age Irish Horn, And Now Can Bust Out Tunes

The 3-D printed artefact (left) with mouthpieces of a modern trumpet (right) and French horn.Credit: Stuart Hay, ANU It was thought that Irish music entered a sort of “dark age”

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THE BOYHOOD OF FIONN

THE BOYHOOD OF FIONN   CHAPTER I Fionn [pronounce Fewn to rhyme with “tune”] got his first training among women. There is no wonder in that, for it is the

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Long Forgotten Irish Heroes of War

A Cork Suburb and Ireland’s Great War 1914–1918. ‘Blackpool to the Front!’ was a rallying cry first heard at Étreux in August 1914 when the Royal Munster Fusiliers halted an