The always fascinating Dublin history and culture blog Come Here To Me has another excellent article on the capital’s recent past, this time an overview of the most prominent members of the city’s Jewish community who fought in or supported the Irish revolution of 1916-1923. Included in the list is Michael Noyk, the leading Sinn… Read More Ireland’s Jewish Revolutionaries
As always the Dublin history and culture blog Come Here To Me presents a fascinating if rarely discussed part of the capital’s political history with a short look at the late 1970s militant group Revolutionary Struggle (RS). Despite the name and unlike many on Ireland’s Far Left during the period (Workers Party, et al) the… Read More Stair Rúnda – Revolutionary Struggle
One of the current buzzwords of the contemporary internet is “hyperlocal”. The term refers to the belief that small, regionally-based websites can best achieve success by focusing on the minutiae of the area they are located in. This can cover many types of internet media, from local current affairs to business reporting. While the viability of the theory is debatable (and to me,… Read More Two Great Articles From “Come Here To Me”
Two great posts from the always interesting Come Here To Me! blog in their Statues of Dublin series: The Phibsborough Volunteer and Constance Markiewicz and Poppet. Also have a look at their Lanes of Dublin series. It’s far better than it sounds!