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Five Ways Your Wine Fixation Can Create Eco-Friendly Décor

I’m a fan of Skinny Girl Red. It’s sweet and it tastes more like grape juice than wine, so while I’m still baffled at how it’s considered “skinny,” I love it. 410 more words

Tribute to Choctaw Tribe

New sculpture in Cork, Ireland to thank the Choctaw Tribe for sending donations during Ireland’s potato famine in the mid 19th century.

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Crawford College of Art & Design Seminar Paper Mach 2015

This is my essay completed while I was in Cork. I found this essay really interesting to look back at Punk again after not looking at Punk for a few years. 4,330 more words

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St Anne's, Shandon, Cork hosts Annual Service to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphopia

On Sunday, 17th May, the annual Service to mark IDAHOT – International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia – was held in St Anne’s Church, Shandon. The service was led by the Rev. 166 more words

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Why do people keep repeating the same mistakes?

Ever asked yourself why a friend, a family member or a loved one keeps thinking/behaving in the same unhelpful way, over and over again e.g. That friend who keeps going for the guy/girl who treats them badly, or who takes them for granted, who maybe doesn’t seem to appreciate that person. 140 more words

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