Month: November 2017

Green light for Galway city centre uplift worth of €15 million

Works are to be carried out on the worst areas of Shop Street next year ahead of a major city centre renovation project planned for 2019. According to Galway Bay FM News, officials at this week’s meeting of the City Council, admitted that the poor condition of the surface needs immediate attention and cannot wait another year. The City Council is currently developing a €15 million regeneration project for the heart of Galway City. More here

The Beaver Moon | Light Over The Town

Hi at The CRAIC club. I’m starting with photography and got to try to capture the Moon in it’s full-size last Saturday over the Spanish Arch and river Corrib. Not easy, and as I’ve learned nearly impossible to catch the pic of the Moon in the night sky with all its beauty while maintaining its location featuring the city at night down on the ground. There is too much light reflected from the Moon thrown on the earth that the street lighting of the city is not noticeable when combined into one shot. Anyway, I have submitted a picture taken from the Wolfe Tone Bridge where the river Corrib meets Claddagh to my […]

NIRVANA’s Ultimate Tribute ‘NEGATIVE CREEPS’ to open Weekend in Monroe’s Live Friday

NIRVANA’s Ultimate Tribute ‘NEGATIVE CREEPS’ to open Weekend in Monroe’s Live this Friday, November 10th. See how The Newry based trio commemorate the grexatest grunge band ever 2 years ago.