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‘GAA Local Legend: A Life Well Spent’
A short comedy animation from Just The Tipp, who write:
Local man and GAA enthusiast, Joe Nelligan has dedicated over 30 years of his life to training the youth of the parish in the ways of the GAA. When his under 12s team emerges victorious in the little league county final, Joe’s lifetime of dedication has paid off, or so it would seem. The lads in Ryan’s discuss!
The very pleasing embroidered aerial landscapes of Devon-based Victoria Rose Richards: textured French knot forests, satin fields ’tilled’ with seed stitch, sudden multicoloured flights of fancy and minuscule added detail including teeny sheep, farm gates and wheeling birds.
Previously: Aerial Embroidery
Did early modern Dublin have a crime problem?
Cut Purse Row
Cutt Throat Lane
Murdering Lane pic.twitter.com/R9E3G6C1Vc
— Dr Coleman A Dennehy (@ColemanDennehy) September 23, 2020
Sons Of Southern Ulster – Polaris
The stars of the County Cavan.
David Meagher and Justin Kelly aka Sons Of Southern Ulster have put the border county on the map with their “punky space-folk”.
This video by Nicky Fennell is for a song from their second album Sinners And Lost Souls (top).
Nick says: Stars in their eyes.
What’s wrong with them?
Have they stopped listening to Tubs?
We may never know.
Non-cowardly but reckless and infuriatingly panic-free ‘young people’ in Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 and Dublin city centre.
Earlier, at the Oireachtas Special Covid-19 Committee meeting,..
…Professor Kirtsin Schaffer of the Irish Society For Clinical Microbiology, warned…
…that society is starting to verge into two directions and we have to try to bring society together again.
She said for young people the virus is an abstract term and they feel deprived of their social interactions.
We must change our approach and become more open and transparent because, she said, the younger generations have had enough.
On the other hand the elderly and the vulnerable are terrified, she said.
Don’t know they’re born.
Wildflower fireworks in the grounds of St Patrick’s cathedral, Dublin, earlier.
(Thanks Colum Cronin)