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IT IS 1975. Second wave feminism is in full flow, and a young woman, with dreams of becoming an artist, puts a failed relationship behind her and travels to Italy.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate. His business is starting to take off so he is away from home a lot. When she goes to meet him at a work event she notices how friendly he is with a younger beautiful colleague which only adds to her suspicion. While having lunch with her father Felix, she tells him what has been bothering her. Instantly he assumes the worst (himself a life long womaniser). Rather than consoling Laura he takes the opportunity to bond with her on catching Dean out. They then spending the weekend stalking him around New York looking for evidence.
MWSS, the frontline domestic violence service in Mayo which offers a range of supports to women and children affected by domestic abuse and coercive control has welcomed "the timely, new Government awareness and information campaign on domestic violence, called ‘Still Here’ which will run across radio and television over the next few weeks."
Gianna Care pregnancy support service marked their first birthday in Galway last week offering free baked goods, literature and writing materials. The pregnancy support service was one of the first to open in Ireland in Dublin 2008 and has supported hundreds of pregnant women, new babies and their mothers since.
BETRAYED BY her unfaithful husband; threatened with exile by the King; hunted by her father for killing her brother; wanted in Iolcus for conspiracy to murder - this is Medea.
GALWAY 2020 European Capital of Culture has been nominated for the EU Commission's Melina Mercouri Prize - worth a total of €1.5 million - by the independent European Capital of Culture Monitoring and Advisory panel.
IN AUGUST, David Berman, the vocalist, songwriter, and leader of the band Silver Jews, took his own life. In his memory, and to raise funds for charity, a show takes place this weekend at the Róisín Dubh.
THIS SATURDAY sees the launch of Emily Cullen’s new poetry collection, Conditional Perfect, at the Galway City Museum. Published by Doire Press, this is Cullen’s third collection, following 2003's No Vague Utopia and 2013's In Between Angels and Animals.