Daily Archives: November 12, 2012

Religion should be taken out of schools. Leave it at home.

Originally posted on misebogland:
Last month, a 16-year-old student at Borrisokane Community College in Tipperary made an official complaint to the Irish Human Rights Commission. According to the Sunday Times, atheist Nathan Young alleges that his human rights were breached…

Posted in Education, Parenting, Religion

Quotidian Theatre Company Opens its 15th Anniversary Season with its First Musical, James Joyce’s The Dead

Originally posted on Quotidian Theatre Company:
DC Area’s Realism-Focused Theatre to Mount its First Musical (Bethesda, MD) Quotidian Theatre Company begins its 15th Anniversary Season by breaking new ground with its first musical, the Tony Award winner James Joyce’s The…

Posted in Music

Katie Taylor – Our Hero

Originally posted on Gym and Tonic:
Katie winning gold at the London 2012 Olympics – her father and coach Peter Taylor and technical coach Zaur Antia. Yesterday The Irish Times published an extract from Katie Taylor’s new book ‘My Olympic…

Posted in Ireland, Sports | Tagged ,

The Gathering 2013: Today FM Interview with Leo Varadkar

Posted in Ireland, Tourism | Tagged

Beautiful views in Aichill, Co. Mayo

Originally posted on Living, Laughing, Loving Ireland:
Aichill is such a beautiful spot and on a gorgeously sunny day, it’s just amazing. Views are something very special. </a>

Posted in Ireland, Photographs | Tagged ,

Thought for Food

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Risking your health in the name of Fashion | Ramblings of a Ruminator

Originally posted on Karen O' Connor Desmond:
“I love the way practicality comes with maturity.” These are the wise, wise words of a friend of mine. In fact, when she said them to me, I smiled to myself thinking, “Yes!…

Posted in Fashion, Ireland