AS HE prepares to launch himself upon us with his new touring show Spolier Alert, comedian Ed Byrne is firmly of the belief that the current breed of parents spoil their kids rotten – whether it’s to do with the ever-increasing size of garden trampolines, or his own kids’ demand for elderflower cordial.
IN THE Social Network, Armie Hammer utters the immortal line: "I'm 6ft 5in, 220 (lbs) and there's two of me. The phrase, declared in a flexing display of his physical supremacy, comes as he takes on the dual role of preppy twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and it capitalises on his almost impossibly perfect, athletic frame.
A BULLIED teenager's tragic past is exposed as a lie in Jeremy Degruson and Ben Stassen's computer-animated romp, which hangs a traditional rites-of-passage story on the existence of an untamed creature from American folklore.
FUNNYMAN Jason Byrne is not someone who necessarily believes nothing is sacred in comedy, but he did move his own goalposts a tad when sharing details of a recent vasectomy with an agog audience at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.
Tá aithne ar fad na hÉireann ar Dhoiminic Ó Brolcháin, iarChomhairleoir de chuid an SDLP, múinteoir scoile agus cara mór don Ghaeilge.
I ndiaidh é éirí as an pholaitíocht, tá Doiminic ag obair le comhlacht darb ainm Míle Fáilte, cuideachta seachbhrabúsach leas an phobail.
Ní ba luaithe i mbliana, sheol Míle Fáilte cartaí frásaí i nDoire a raibh an-tóir orthu. Ba é an aidhm a bhí ag na cártaí na daoine a spreagadh an Ghaeilge a úsáid ar bhonn laethúíl.
Thíos tá scéal a scríobh Doiminic agus muid ag tarraingt ar an tSamhain a nascann an ceol, an draíocht agus an saol eile ...