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With Christmas Eve only a day away, the last minute shopping has begun. Christmas Eve celebrations are made easy with the wide range of delicious foods available at your local Joyce’s Supermarket. All Joyce’s Supermarkets will open until 7pm on Christmas Eve and reopen on St Stephen's Day for all your last minute shopping needs.
A WINTER Wonderful, a Christmas show hosted by We Banjo 3, the Galway bluegrass/folk sensation, takes place this Saturday, December 18, broadcasting at 1pm Irish time and 8pm in the USA.
At around midnight on New Year’s Eve last, I stood with friends and family and listened as the bells of St Nicholas rang out across Galway City, their wonderful peals soaring high into the night sky, hanging there and waiting until the ship’s horns in the bay answered their call. It was a fitting moment; the juncture of the civic and maritime, two key attributes of the city over many centuries.
As the winter months creep in and the temperature drops, it is time to batten down the hatches and cosy up at home. We are likely to spend more time indoors than ever in the coming months, so consider redecorating to make your home feel more comfortable for a winter like no other.
One of the most important aspects of my training is what is known as tempo running - the idea is to run at a pace for an extended period of time that is quicker than your normal running speed, but not so quick that it is your race pace. These runs are great when training for a marathon, but they also have a place in training programmes for the shorter distances such as the 5km.
This Sunday, September 27, to mark the 700th year of St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, the church bells will sound out for seven minutes at 7pm for seven days.
SYNTH-POP artist HOST will release her new song and video, ‘Borderline’ tomorrow, Friday September 25. The song was inspired by "the ugly, but totally normal stages of a breakup".
Nature, for reasons best known to herself, seems to favour shades of yellow and pink. That is, I am sure there are botanists and scientists who know why this is, but I only know that it is so. Check out the wildflowers growing by the roadside or in fields – they are still looking fabulous even in late August here in the west of Ireland – and you’ll see what I mean. There are plenty of pinks, yellows and whites, but apart from the odd vetch scrambling up a blackberry bush, blues are few and far between. And even the vetches are mostly mauvey - purple.
Renowned Roscommon flute player, Patsy Hanly, hosts an evening of “socially-distanced” music and stories at Roscommon Arts Centre with his guests John Carty and seanachai Vincent Pierse, on Thursday, August 28.
John O'Connor, presenter of On My Radio, Flirt FM