In this week’s episode, we cover why dogwalking pyramid schemes may be the answer to Ireland’s housing crisis, how you can make a 5-figure income from Tik Tok crafts (menthos and coke bottles required), and the pooey perils of living on a houseboat.
For the moment, cycling around Dublin scares me. Bus drivers are aggressive. So are taxi drivers. Other drivers. Other cyclists, pedestrians, pigeons… You get the picture. There are unpredictable hills to mount which can prove tricky for those of us carrying covid kilos.
Body positive is a term that’s thrown around a lot nowadays. The movement was originally started by people with bodies lesser seen in the mainstream,
It’s a Monday evening and I’m kicking back after work at the gig of one of my favourite up-and-coming artists and pop princess Ailsha Davey. Except, I’m alone, in bed wearing pyjamas.
YARI conducted a survey on racism perpetrated by the Gardai to demand that the GSCO takes racism into account when dealing with the investigation around the killing of George Nkencho.
Mandatory quarantine for all travellers from high-risk countries was implemented on Friday 26th March- but many are asking what deems countries high risk and why quarantine is not mandatory from other countries with high instances of the disease.
There’s something about listening to true crime stories that relaxes me and allows me to escape from day-to-day reality. And no, I’m not a complete freak- there are people who find true crime intriguing, there wouldn’t be a plethora of content otherwise.