Dublin Digitized by Dubliners is the motto of this site, and we hope you come away
with some flavour of the city which brought you Jonathan Swift, James Joyce and Roddy Doyle.
The Tassel Club is an eclectic mix of neo-burlesque, cabaret and old-fashioned fun.
Featured in the Irish Times of 10th December 2005, our pictures of Kitty Klaw have
become the face of the club in the press since the Summer. The Tassel Club celebrates
its Christmas Party at a secret venue this Wednesday -
The climax of weeks of quality rugby, old rivals England and Australia square up to provide
one of the most exciting and hard-fought matches in years. Dublin in Bits dropped in to the
ex-pats' Outback bar under the new UGC megacinema in Parnell Street to get a flavour of the
emotion during the game...
About five years ago, Arnold Schwarzenegger turned up in Dublin to announce that the Special Olympics might be leaving the United States for the first time and coming to Dublin.
This June, the Special Olympics circus came to town, transformed the city and touched our lives in a most unexpected way. Cynicism and begrudgery was washed away for once, and there was a feeling in the air which I can only describe as magical.
We managed to get a few pictures which (for once ;-) don't quite manage to convey the unique wonder of what we just witnessed. I'm so glad I was here to see it.
Well, I know it's not Dublin, but then I am half-Donegal! Donegal won this match against neighbours Sligo in a well-fought contest in Ballybofey, and they now proceed to the next round in the Qualifiers or 'back door'.
A young muslim girl sits listening to anti-war activist Eamonn McCann at the Dublin No to War in Iraq
protest, held today in front of the Central Bank, Dame Street in central Dublin. Part of a continent-wide protest against the growing threat of war in Iraq, speakers included protesters from Ireland and abroad.
The Irish Coast Guard helicopter today rescued at least two casualties from the rocks south of the Forty Foot at Sandycove (just a few miles south of Dublin), rushing them to hospital.