Met at the match
My friends, Breda and Bridget met this legendary Kerryman, Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh on their way to Croke Park on Sunday.
Annual Hay and Tae at Bromore
Bagpipers and other musicians were never part of the work in the meadow in my day. Mike Flahive’s annual hay saving festival is something to behold.
Its Hannon’s pictures tell the story.
A fine meitheal did a great job indeed.
And now NCW today
And Boo to You Too
It’s only August. The children are only just back from their SUMMER holidays.
Gene Wilder R.I.P.
The Legendary Gene Wilder who has died this week, seen at the Grave Diggers pub, Glasnevin in 1970. R.I.P (Photos of Dublin on Twitter)
Then and Now
No place for the old Cross in the modern, secular Square of Newcastle West? But God and Mammon did once manage to co-exist in the Square, amid the profane fair-day wheeling-and-dealing and bawling and lowing and buying and selling- of the spailpín-men and servant-girls, and of brute beasts- all on a carpet of natural by-products. Has God been lashed out of the temple by the money-changers? Or is He better off out of it?