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Wed. 28 Apr. Belfast. ‘The Troubles.’ Peace Walls.
Our guides were very enthusiastic about the reconstruction booming economy of Belfast since peace was realized, but I felt an eerie quietude as we toured some of the former boundaries between Protestants and Catholics. 277 more words
After Sinn Fein Councillor James McVeigh called for the families of those rioting over the August 9th bonfires to be evicted from their homes; James Millen spoke to The Last Round about poverty, disenfranchisement and why state oppression isn’t the answer to complicated community issues. 1,068 more words
With my free bus pass to hand, I quite enjoy popping into the city on the odd errand. And despite telling my current wife that I won’t be long, that plan usually goes awry if I happen to pop into Keats and Chapman, the labyrinthine used book store on North Street in Belfast. 182 more words
You may have seen Hit The North be covered on this blog, taking place on the same weekend as Belfast Culture Night and brightening up North Street and surrounding areas. 85 more words
Belfast based Indie-folk songwriter Rory Nellis has just released his brand new single ‘Gas & Air’.
The blustering indie-folk sound of ‘Gas & Air’ once again identifies Rory Nellis as an artist whose grasp on his own songwriting and sound is a powerful one. 67 more words