Longford designer wins prestigious award - Longford Leader ... will be held during the Dublin Horse Show, from July 20 to 24, then travels to the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Co Mayo from... 07/23/2016 - 9:04 am | View Link
Traveller experts' month-to-month guide of when to visit the world's ... - Bathurst Western Advocate ... queues that happen at peak times." EGYPTIAN MUSEUM, CAIRO Edwards: "We ... magical about it." IRELAND Tollman: "I have been in Ireland every ... 07/22/2016 - 1:56 pm | View Link
The six-toed cats and me: writing in Ernest Hemingway’s Key West ... - Irish Times ... a guest speaker – I visited the Hemingway Home & Museum on Whitehead ... is mouth-watering to a former arts administrator from Ireland, but ... 07/22/2016 - 1:02 pm | View Link
Weaving the fabric of life, history and culture - Irish Times DCCOI (The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland) exhibition Interlace ... Irish textiles at The Way We Wore, ongoing at Collins Barracks museum.ie; 07/22/2016 - 12:55 pm | View Link
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 2003 – New Sexual Lifestyles, by ... - Irish Times New Sexual Lifestyles, which was shown at the Irish Museum of Modern ... Still, it was banned in Ireland until the late 1980s, readily available 07/22/2016 - 8:27 am | View Link
John Creedon explores Ireland's Ancient East in new 'epic' 4 part series on RTE “Stories that stand out for me include Cavan Museum where the juxtaposition of the replica GPO and the World War I trench really inform us of that fractured past that we all share. “Other highlights include following in the footsteps of Saint Patrick ... 07/23/2016 - 1:49 pm | View Link
Irish American students arrive in Ireland for first Birthright-style program (PHOTOS) A visit to EPIC Ireland, the new museum celebrating the massive impact of the Irish diaspora around the world. Learning about Ireland’s Great Hunger at Dublin’s famine memorial. An up close look at Ireland’s incredible archaeology and geology in the ... 07/23/2016 - 4:15 am | View Link
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 2003 – New Sexual Lifestyles, by Gerard Byrne Gerard Byrne is one such artist. New Sexual Lifestyles, which was shown at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in 2003, marked a significant point in his career, as he shifted towards the moving image and was recognised on an international stage. The exhibition ... 07/22/2016 - 1:41 pm | View Link
Irish director to bring terror novel to screen The book tells of a boy who is taken by his mother to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. As they gaze at her favourite painting, The Goldfinch, a terrorist bomb explodes, killing her and several other people. The boy takes the painting from the ... 07/21/2016 - 12:17 pm | View Link
Ireland's marks on the world DUBLIN, Ireland – Returning here from an 186-mile sojourn to Tralee, which is home to the famous rose festival, it was emotionally reverberating to tour Epic Ireland, a museum which came about, for the most part, because of Neville Isdell, the one-time ... 07/21/2016 - 2:16 am | View Link
National Maritime Museum of Ireland Ireland’s National Maritime Museum is housed in Dun Laoghaire’s 180-year-old Mariners Church, directly opposite the new DLR Lexicon library and easily accessible ... 07/19/2016 - 11:34 am | View Website
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National Museums Northern Ireland Across three unique sites, we care for and present the inspirational collections that reflect the creativity, innovation, history, culture and people of Northern Ireland. 07/19/2016 - 7:02 am | View Website
Ulster Museum Location and details of the free attractions which include collections and displays of art, fine art, botany, zoology, geology, antiquities and local history, as well ... 07/18/2016 - 8:32 pm | View Website
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SWITZERLAND Hotel Coeur des Alpes in Zermatt, Switzerland, is ideal for winter, but my wife and I have spent two summer vacations there, with reservations in place for 2017. The hotel, owned and operated by Thomas and Leni Muller-Julen, has 23 rooms, including beautifully designed and appointed
An act requiring the Transportation Security Administration to establish pilot programs to develop and test new airport security systems at airports including Denver was signed into law July 15.
The legislation, introduced by U. S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., seeks to address short and long term concerns about security checkpoint lines using existing TSA resources and airport reimbursements.
“The bill creates two pilot programs focused on increasing efficiency and security at airports and establishing prototypes for new and innovative screening techniques,” Gardner’s office said in a news release.
“Why are you here?”
After the sixth or seventh time, the existential-sounding question made us feel as though we should have a better answer for why, indeed, we were visiting Saskatchewan, Canada. Because when we replied that we’d chosen this prairie province of west-central Canada simply to check it out, almost invariably the response was a rather surprised and somewhat challenging, “Really?”
It wasn’t as aggressive as it sounds — after all, this is Canada, arguably the friendliest country in the world — and the queries usually served as a follow-up to “Where are you from?” There were a few variations — “What made you decide to visit us?” or “What made you choose this place?” — that hinted we might have been dragged across the border against our wills.
Saskatchewan seems to be experiencing a bit of an identity crisis, and after a week of meandering around the province, it’s not hard to see why: This is one of those destinations that defies an easy explanation.
For one thing, it’s rather spread out.
I hope that when they are grown, my children will remember the camping trips themselves and not the ranting and ravings of their stressed-out Mama packing before the trips.
Like most parents, packing is my least favorite part of any trip — and packing for camping is the worst.
Not only do you have to gather all the things required to recreate the sleeping, bathing and eating amenities of home out in the middle of nowhere, but then you have to stuff all of them into the car.
And no matter how much you bring, or how many lists you check off, you inevitably forget something.