We haven’t been to a concert in a long time. Last night I went to St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral in the heart of Cork City to listen to London Concertante. My son has shown a huge interest in music over the course of lockdown. He started with an electronic keyboard, […]
Today is the day I first heard actor Jimmy Stewart read his poem about his dog Beau. You should hear it too. It’s beautiful. I can’t post something about dogs and not include a photo of my dear little Diego. His muzzle is a little greyer than in the photo […]
Gusts of 130km/h were predicted and a gust of 156km/h was recorded off Fastnet Lighthouse but it’s not been too bad in Blarney yet. Fences are still standing and the wheelie bins are tucked away safe! Cork Beo have live updates on their website as the City has all but […]
Mork calling Orson, come in Orson! This video gave me goosebumps. It’s my first time seeing Jamie Costa as Robin Williams and I swear it’s like seeing a young Robin again. The nostalgia effect of Jamie’s costume and seeing the red space suit, brings me back to the 80s when […]
I love this sketch.
If you haven’t seen 1917 yet you should go see it before watching this parody set in 2020. It’s so good, but only makes sense if you saw the original movie. “Donald Trump got impeached?” …. …. “And everyone forgot already?”
Another giant of Irish entertainment and theatre has passed away. Niall Tóibín died today at the age of 89, only a week shy of his 90th birthday party. Thanks Damien for the longer video and for linking to this article on the Examiner website.
Regional accent discrimination? Foil Arms & Hog show are spot on with their accents!
Yes, yes, another C64 demo. This is Scrollwars, released in 2013. How, just how?
In the bad old days of the 80s and 90s computers weren’t as fast as they are now. You had to fill ’em up with leaded fuel and they were noisy and hot and you had to keep the windows open to let the fumes out. Well, maybe not. They […]