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  1. Trump can never be a normal president

    The `special relationship' is the unofficial term frequently used to described the close political, economic and historic ties which have always existed between the US and the UK.

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  1. Martin Henry: Man is God's risk

    Martin Henry: Man is God's risk

    Through the Resurrection of Jesus, God gives us the hope that we - who share our humanity with those involved in the Crucifixion - may also be raised up, says Fr Martin Henry

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  1. Album reviews: Beyonce, The Cranberries, Marina and Bears Den

    Album reviews: Beyonce, The Cranberries, Marina and Bears Den

    Beyonce Homecoming: The Live Album THIS nearly two-hour long live album from Beyonce captures the singer-songwriter's groundbreaking 2018 Coachella performance: a conceptual show painstakingly crafted over an eight-month period, it was inspired by America's historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and saw 'Queen B' joined on stage by more than 200 dancers and musicians.

  2. Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

    Gig guide: Live music for the week ahead

    Today Paul McKenna Band – Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast Surf Green, Luc Garrett, The Fake Flirtations etc – The Pavilion, Belfast Haley Heynderickx, Peter Doran – The American, Belfast Kneecap – Sandinos, Derry Luka Bloom – Roe Valley Arts Centre, Limavady Villiers & The Villains – The Atlantic, Portrush Lore, Saffyre – Island Arts Centre, Lisburn Saturday April 27 Mark Geary, Strawhall House Band – The American Bar, Belfast Paula Temple – The Nerve Centre, Derry Luka Bloom – Seamus Heaney HomePlace, Bellaghy Sunday April 28 Luka Bloom – The Black Box, Belfast Strange New Places, Sonif, Oisín Ó Scolaí & The Virginia Slims – McHugh's, Belfast Wednesday May 1 Kojaque –The Limelight 2, Belfast Thursday May 2 Teenage Fanclub – Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival Marquee, Belfast Howe Gelb – Ulster Sport Club, Belfast Christy Moore – Waterfront Hall, Belfast Colm McIntyre, Donal Scullion, The Mad Dalton etc – Gifted, The Empire, Belfast Havvk, Molto Vivo, Strange New Places – Oh Yeah, Belfast Pascalwillnotsurvivethis, Paul and The Meanie, SX-70, etc – The Menagerie, Belfast William The Conqueror – Duke of York, Belfast Hen Ogledd – Voodoo, Belfast Blaenavon – McHugh's, Belfast Friday May 3 Echo & The Bunnymen – CQAF Marquee, Belfast Jason Lytle, Malojian – 1st Presbyterian Church, Rosemary St, Belfast Kitt Philippa – Upstairs, The MAC, Belfast Pete Doherty – The Limelight, Belfast Lisa O'Neill – The Black Box, Belfast The Gold Tips – The Duke of York, Belfast Lowkey – Oh Yeah, Belfast Asomvel, RBOTN, Stereo Nasty ­– Voodoo, Belfast Hello Casanova – The American, Belfast Marc Almond – Millennium Forum, Derry Reevah, Sonja Sleator, Ethan Hanna – Sandinos, Derry Linley Hamilton Quartet – Island Arts Centre, Lisburn Saturday May 4 Spiritualized – CQAF Marquee, Belfast Dick Valentine (Electric Six) – Katy's, Belfast Mary Coughlan – The Black Box, Belfast (2pm) Sean O'Hagan, Big Monster Love – Rosemary Street First Presbyterian Church, Belfast, (3pm) Sneaks – The Sunflower, Belfast The Wonders of The Wake – Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast Men of North Country – Oh Yeah, Belfast Ketos, Dead Label, Death of a Salesman – Voodoo, Belfast Barb Jungr – The Black Box, Belfast (7.

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