The high hopes over the water of the River Corrib | Music video recorded at the concert of ‘Beyond The Horizon’ the Irish Pink Floyd tribute playing at Monroe’s Galway on January 18th is blending with the spheres of the River Corrib and moments on the Wolfe Tones Bridge connecting Galway’s Westend with the Latin Quarter being a place of many personal tragedies accidents, ends,… | for #360today #DariusIvan Advertisements
Traveling home to Ireland from a holiday at home in Slovakia I’ve managed to open forgotten applications, dusting in my iPhone not open since I do not even remember, without expecting anything unusual. Sitting in the train from Prešov to Bratislava running trough the night of Košice, browsing the Tumblr and reading brothers Strugacky’s ‘Понедельник начинается в субботу’, this body art creation, caught my immediate attention…curious as always I took an action at #reblog360… | the virtual spheres of the World Wide Web same as the Strugacky’s fantasy fiction novel blends the elements of freedom of the humans mind reality today, with the tools of artificial intelligence of tomorrow | it […]
Join us for Galway City Roller Derby’s annual table quiz fundraiser. This years fundraiser is held in conjunction with Galway Rape Crisis Centre. There will be fabulous quiz and raffle prizes on the night not to mention the chance to pick up some Galway City Roller Derby merchandise. The table quiz will take place on Thursday November 9th at 8pm in John Keogh’s bar. Entry is €10 per person, 5 maximum to a team. We hope to see you there!
Galway City Roller Derby Open Day is taking place this Sunday, August the 27th in the Salthill-Knocknacarra GAA on Dr Mannix Road, Salthill. This is will be a free fun event where anyone over 18 years of age can come to try on skates and gear, to see if they would be interested in learning to skate and play roller derby. Skates and gear provided. Mouthguard’s required but some will be available to buy on the day if needed. NO previous experience required. Times: 5-7pm in The Aras GAA hall, Dr. Mannix Rd, Salthill. Facebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/452686678423621/?__mref=mb
Five years ago, with the full support of Galway City Council, a permanent limestone collection point was erected at the famous “˜Kick the Wall”™ location at the end of the Promenade at Blackrock by the Galway Salthill Rotary Club. ROTARY CLUB PR | Photo by Darius Ivan http://www.divmedia.ie In 2012, the Galway Salthill Rotary Club launched a fundraising project for local Galway charities. With the full support of Galway City Council, a permanent limestone collection point has been erected at the famous ‘Kick the Wall’ location at the end of the Promenade at Blackrock. The collection point incorporates the slogan ‘Small Change, Big Impact’ which will hopefully motivate people to make their […]
Simon’s 10 Reasons Why The Salt House Is The Best Pub In Ireland! Posted on July 21, 2015 by Simon Broderick 1) 23 taps of the finest Irish and international beers. 2) hundreds of bottles of lovely beer and a decent selection of whiskey. 3) they have a fridge solely for cans! 4) you won’t get Galway Bay Brewery beers much fresher than here! 5) the atmosphere is always great… convivial even! 6) you never know who you’ll meet, it could be one of the brewers doing some quality control or it could be a former employee who now supplies the amber nectar. 7) they have a new US style […]
7 Bridge Street, Galway, Ireland The CRAIC in Galway added 86 new photos to the album: The CRAIC at SEVEN BAR Galway @7_BridgeStreet, Sat 18th July Pictured having the CRAIC in the SEVEN Bridge Street and The LOFT Venue, Galway’s most enticing Bar, Restaurant! Seven prides itself on being on-trend, and is a hub for artists, musicians, locals and visitors alike. http://www.sevenbridgestreet.ie @7_BridgeStreet #CraicInGalway #IBackGalway via (16) The CRAIC in Galway.
Things I’m Going to Miss About Galway Posted on July 15, 2015 by gracemckeever As the college year 2014-2015 draws to a close, students are roaring an almighty “HAZZAH!” as it signifies the ending of long days spent gruelling over assignments in the bastille of James Hardi’, it extinguishes the worry of exams and it thrusts us into the long awaited summer. Albeit, the summer season is rife with reasons to anticipate the adjourning of college, but there are plenty of reasons we’d be wagging our tails at the thought of coming back… via Things I’m Going to Miss About Galway. Missing in Galway! 4Aces Casino Club
Going The Extra Mile – Active 24 Fitness and Leisure Centre at the Connacht hotel by Avril HORAN Our very first Miss Craic, Becca O’Reilly (22) from Tuam may be petite in size but she is strong in stature. Becca works out in the gym at least twice per week and was the perfect fitness model for our front cover photo shoot at Active 24 Fitness and Leisure Centre located at The Connacht Hotel. Becca was a participant in the Miss Galway competition and was voted Miss Craic by popular vote on our online poll! “The photoshoot was brilliant,” she says, “we had great fun and it’s all a great experience for […]
Make The Change We are what we eat… By Miguel MAZA Yeah, I know… It’s a cliche. But, it’s true. For most of us who have a slow metabolism, nutrition is very important for any goal we have in our life. If we want to keep ourselves sane, or if we want to live longer. If we want to build muscle, lose fat or get stronger, nutrition or our diet, is essential. Many scientific research proves that the results we get after training are composed of 70% diet and 30% exercise. Let’s say we make some replacements; for example, replace white bread for brown or whole grain bread. In […]