Irish Independent - Weekend Review
Two-thirds of rented homes inspected by councils fail to meet basic standards
Empathy: the building block to a close bond
It was gobsmacking. I’ve travelled to the Antarctic and British Columbia to watch whales, but to see this on our doorstep...
That’s the problem with mobs — they always think they’re righteous, even when they’re lynching someone or burning books
There is genuine competition and in terms of quality, this is the best Oscar line-up in quite a few years
Beset by delays and production disasters, ‘The Lone Ranger’ failed to recoup its massive budget and was generally dismissed as a disaster
It’s been 40 years since disco’s heady heydey, writes JOHN MEAGHER, but its influence on music is still keenly felt
ALBUM OF THE WEEK
CLAP YOUR HANDS SAY YEAH
CLASSIC ALBUM REVISITED
I couldn’t help wondering if a dose of Kathmandu reality might be just the cure for this latest bout of handbags at dawn at Bus Éireann
Lenin was neither flamboyant nor stylish. He could be arrogant...
Lenin the Dictator: An Intimate Portrait
DARRAGH McMANUS on a fascinating book that looks at how time travel has beome embedded in popular culture, while also posing mind-blowing philosophical questions
My Not So Perfect Life
Under the Almond Tree
Age of Anger: A History of the Present
The Jealous Kind
‘We live in a vast, homogenous world market in which we are programmed to aspire to the same things, regardless of difference of cultural background’
TO HIS MOTHER
Irish Independent - Weekend Review - 2017-02-18
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