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5 Places You Need To Know About

DISCLAIMER: if you don’t like coffee or people who take pictures of their food then you’re probably going to want to click off this. 983 more words

Follow, Follow

Footballer Billy Simpson moved from Linfield to Rangers in 1950 and over the course of nine years and 239 appearances scored 163 goals. He also scored the winner for Northern Ireland against England in 1957. 148 more words


Cregagh Cricket Club: A Living, Breathing, First World War Memorial in Belfast

Recently I was kindly invited to Cregagh Cricket Club to help investigate a lesser-known aspect of the club’s long and distinguished history.

The club grounds at Gibson Park were first opened in 1904 when Linfield Swifts visited to play in a glamour friendly, though it wasn’t until 1906 when cricket was eventually played here and even later, in 1908, before a team with the name ‘Cregagh’ were featuring. 931 more words

Silicon Head

Here is the piece by Emic (Fb | tw) for Culture Night/Hit The North, on the doors and walls of the electrical sub-station (hence all of the uneven surfaces) in Church Street. 20 more words


Review | Revolución de Cuba

Cuban Craze

Revolución de Cuba has definitely hit the ground running since opening its doors to the Belfast public back in July this year. Drawing the crowds by its Latino vibe and decor to match with some excellent Happy Hour offers too! 451 more words