Rachel Julca, Colourful Houses

They say a true artist is one that doesn’t create because they can; they create because they must. Rachel Julca is an artist of the latter persuasion. ‘Ever since I can remember I was…

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Beyond Skin, Breaking Barriers

Beyond Skin Founder and CEO, Darren Ferguson, has been invited to represent Northern Ireland at this year’s World Music Expo in Budapest in late October; showcasing the achievements of music…

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Chatting to Colin Hassard

“I’m a bloody foreigner and you’re a bloody foreigner, therefore let’s accept that we are all bloody foreigners!”  Performance poet, Colin Hassard, chats to us…

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Chinese New Year’s a roaring success

Crumlin primary school pupils were treated to dazzling lion dances and daring martial arts as they heralded in the Chinese New Year. St Joseph’s Primary School was joined by the neighbouring…

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Oz Tralia Day, Multiple Meanings

The 26th January is Australia Day, which commemorates Captain Cook’s arrival to the southern lands, with 11 ships; and the first flying of the British Flag in Sydney Cove. It is a day that,…

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A New Resolution To Keep

After reading Frances Burscough’s column, ‘We all have the chance to help the homeless’ in the Belfast telegraph it got me thinking. Last year she, like many, made a list of New Years…

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