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Graffiti jam returns to Scariff

THE Freeflow Youth Graffiti Jam is back in Scariff this Saturday and youth artists from Scariff, Tulla, Shannon and Limerick will come together at the riverside in Scariff to create street art.

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Dead good zombie movie

World War ZDIRECTED BY: Marc ForsterSTARRING: Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, David MorseCERT: 15AOh no, not zombies again.

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On the couch

Zero Dark Thirty*****Directed by: Kathryn BigelowStarring: Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Kyle Chandler and Joel Edgerton Zero Dark Thirty will stay with you. Long after the credits roll, days after, it’ll stick with you.

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doolin folk festival

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A new look at emigration

CORK playwright and actor Stefanie Preissner is bringing her one-woman show Solpadeine is my Boyfriend to Cultúrlann Sweeney in Kilkee on June 29.

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Artists urged to ‘just do it’

HAILING from Ennis, Laura Mulcahy, artistic director of Dhá Lámh Theatre, which presents two plays at this year’s Ennis Street Festival, is offering words of encouragement to artists in the current economic downturn not to give up and continue doing what they love.

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Mary Immaculate College scholarship strikes a €42,000 chord

MARY Immaculate College (MIC) is taking the development of music education to a new level. The college will host the inaugural Music Generation Limerick City PhD Scholarship, to the value of €42,000 over a three-year period, representing the first doctoral research-study into any such programme in the country.

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Karl Michael ‘gutted’ over exit from The Voice

A TALENTED singer with strong Shannon links has fallen at the final hurdle in The Voice UK and will not sing in the final next week.

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