Then and Now
Lighting Options 2007
All Regions Internet shop 2016
Sive in the Papers in 1959
Journalists flocked to Listowel in 1959 to meet the real people who brought glory to the town by winning the All Ireland Drama prize with a play by an unknown local playwright.
Where to get What if?
A while back I wrote about this book and its author. People since have asked me where they can get the book.
Sarah Murphy is a girl who believes in doing it for herself. She wrote, illustrated and published the book herself and you can buy it directly from her online in her Etsy shop HERE.
It costs €9.99 plus postage.
You Heard it Here First
Bailey & Co. is the new shop being planned for Listowel by one of the town’s most stylish entrepreneurs, Danny Russell.
Danny has been slowly renovating the old Chutes Bar and now he knows what he wants to do with it. Bailey & Co. which is planned for August 2016 will be a (very) high end fashion destination. It will sell beautiful occasion wear for mother of the bride, bridesmaid, mother of the communicant or confirmandi, deb., racegoer, posh wedding guest or any occasion when a really special outfit is called for. Style advice will be available and Danny is recruiting a staff of kind, patient shop assistants.
Good news for the curvier ladies is that he will devote a whole floor to really stylish clothes in sizes 22 to 30.
Bailey & Co. will also stock underwear, millinery and accessories.
Danny has experience in the fashion industry as a stylist and he ran a model agency in the past. All of us who visit his hair salon, Changes or his Kerry Wig Clinic know that Danny has no airs and graces. He has that special knack of making everyone feel special. I wish him well in this new venture.
Watch this space for updates.
History is Made
photo: Irish Examiner on Facebook
“29 TDs in the outgoing Dáil had family members who had a place in our lower house of parliament.
But siblings are rarer. In Irish history, there have been 26 sets of brothers and sisters, and 10 of them sat in Dáil Eireann at the same time.
What Michael and Danny Healy-Rae just achieved, however, is unprecedented. There has never before been a pair of siblings elected to the same Dáil, in the same constituency.” (The Journal.ie)