Peter Neville has a moan about the most Irish of things- the temperamental weather. As anybody who was brave, or stupid, enough to go outside over the past few days can confirm- the winter chill is upon us. I think, due merely to the ridiculous coldness of it all, I should say ‘the chill is […]
Category: "Motley Features"
Cathal Brennan considers the 10 life lessons he has acquired at the tender age of 20 years.
Ryan Gallagher tries to teach men about women. But Gallagher is a man and thus some of this may not be correct…
O’Conaill Chocolate Shop and Cafe (16 French Church Street) is almost definitely the best place in Cork when you’re cold and weak from spending all afternoon window shopping on Patrick Street. Their locally made and moderately priced chocolates from Carrigaline make the perfect gift for this holiday season, and the baked goods and selection of […]
The new Art Society is a chance for us all to reconnect with our stick-figure drawing childhood. Audrey Dearing meets with the Auditor. Alan Hurley doesn’t look like the typical artist-type. With his height and build, he looks like he’d be far more comfortable on the pitch than behind the easel, but Hurley is the […]
Moderately prices soaps are Audrey Dearing’s calling…. Walking into Lush (located on 96 Oliver Plunket Street or at www.lush.co.uk) is an amazing sensory experience. Rows of brightly coloured soaps and lotions give the place a cheery air of a candy shop with the sensuous smell of a bakery. Lush sells handmade cosmetics that use all-natural […]
Join Audrey Dee as she reminisces about her past loves- and what college taught her about her new ones, erotic or just plain dirty.
Learn some useless – but very fun- about stuff you love with Sam Marks and his Encyclopedia of Pointless Knowledge!
Perfect Stranger L.A. was developed in 2009 by journalist Caitlin Foyt to examine the millions of fascinating and diverse residents of L.A. to show what makes the city’s heart beat. Perfect Stranger Cork hopes to continue that aim, only with people who say “like,” and “biy” more.
Delia Smith is a rare breed of hag; she has a yen for being condescending, knowing it, and not caring; but she also DOES have the talent to back it up. After all, the broad bakes one mean Chocolate Pudding.