Posts Tagged ‘Ireland’
Ahead of the Irish premiere of Songs For Amy, Nick Reynolds, a.k.a. Harpo Strangelove from Alabama 3, tells us about the rock and roll lifestyle, Guinness in the Róisín Dubh, and dubstep for the Queen.
The stereotypes claim that the Irish are either magical louts or downtrodden nuns, but the reality is that we’re a nation of clamouring wise-crackers. And that's not always a positive.
In which our Stanley updates us on the goings-on at Wimbledon and is only thrilled to be able cheer on winning Irish teams in the lacrosse. Also, he bangs on about foxy ladies a lot. The cad.
Who in the name of Magneto would possibly want a bag of soil in the post?
We haven't exactly covered ourselves in glory at Euro 2012, though the fans are doing us proud. Resident pundit Sporty Ol' Stanley takes a look at what we've learned so far in the tournament as Round 2 draws to a close.
With Round One put to bed and the second leg kicking off today, our sports columnist Andrew Stanley takes a look at what we've learned so far in Euro 2012, and asks whether Riverdancing on the goal line could have saved us agai...
Angela Merkel Europe's 'whipping girl'? Not likely. Though June Caldwell suggests that there might be more than a cheeky slap of truth in the sadomasochism metaphor.