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At the Typeface

O'Connell St is home to a handful of small newspaper vendors who have a first-hand insight into the decline of print media.
By Faye Curran
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French Onion Soup: How to Make it Perfectly, Every Time

From humble origins, this dish is the quintessential easy-but-impressive offering for all your dinner parties.
By Keegan Andrulis
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Christmas on the Wrong Side of the Atlantic

Claire Stalhuth reflects on her solo trip to Fanore in Clare last year, when the pandemic prevented her from travelling home to Colorado.
By Claire Stalhuth
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Pasta Fasul – Born in Italy, Made Great Around the World

This vegan take on the Italian classic will warm you through the winter.
By Keegan Andrulis
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The Pandemic is Impeding My Penchant for People Watching

Masks, social distancing and multiple lockdowns have ruined my ability to make wild inferences about total strangers, writes Emer Tyrrell.
By Emer Tyrrell
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Making a Modern Mayor

After resigning from the Green Party and being elected the independent mayor of South Dublin County Council, Peter Kavanagh has a unique vantage point on party politics in Ireland.
By Faye Curran
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Women Overlooked: Katie Sheldon, Ireland’s Queen of Darts

The 17 year old is making waves in darts at home and abroad, transforming perceptions of a game long associated with pubs and pints.
By Faye Curran
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America’s Gun Paradox

Claire Stalhuth reflects on how residents of a country where mass shootings are a real and common occurrence can either live in fear, or live in denial.
By Claire Stalhuth
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Cinema is Trapped in a Trailer Travesty

Scintillating, mood-setting film trailers have been replaced by sickening ads for supermarkets and schools, writes Jessica Allen
By Jessica Allen
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How Do We Beat the ‘Cool Girl’ Trope?

Faye Curran parses one of cinema's oldest – and tiredest – clichés.
By Faye Curran