BY AODHAN CREALEY MARCH 03/1947 Carol Reed’s film noir Odd Man Out, set in post-war Belfast with James Mason in the title role, opened in the city’s Classic cinema, off […]

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MARCH 05 Mon 6.30pm Engineers Ireland Heritage Society, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4. Cast-iron bridges, Ron Cox. 05 Mon 7.30pm Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 63 Merrion Sq. S. […]

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By Joseph E.A. Connell Jr John Edward Redmond was a barrister, a writer and a nationalist politician. He was an MP and was leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party (IPP) […]

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Bridge over the River Tolka to be named after one of the ‘Forgotten Ten’. By Seán Ryan The recent decision by Dublin City Council to name the bridge over the […]

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In his review of Fintan O’Toole’s Judging Shaw (Big Book, pp 60–1) Peter Gahan observes that ‘Shaw’s sceptical, questioning mode of thinking has become so much part of the intellectual […]

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