I spoke to Dr. Niamh Shaw for Woman's Way about carving out your own path in life, inspiring young people and improvising with Alan Alda.
Some of the biggest names in literary fiction, poetry and politics release books this September. It's time to hibernate, snuggle under that duvet and bury your head in a good book. Here's September's top book releases, according to me.
You don't have to swallow the little book of calm to be happy. Simon says treat yo' pituitary with these simple self-care tips that might just make you miserable wretches happy.
From fierce revolutionaries to feminist luminaries and iconic artists, here's what to do, see and watch this weekend if you're not going to Electric Picnic.
Meet Chloe O'Connor, Development Manager of St. Patrick's Festival, style maven and art aficionado. We talk arts, culture and life-changing moments.
Take heed, there's a fresh new voice in literary fiction. A moving debut novel, Montpelier Parade by Karl Geary is the story of Sonny, a teenage boy looking for love in all the wrong places.
New year, new you. Gym regime, healthy eating goals and outdoorsy stuff. But first, TV. Here's my top three TV shows this January worth staying in for.
All We Shall Know (Transworld Books) by Donal Ryan is a modern masterpiece of Irish storytelling. Melody Shee falls pregnant by a young traveller boy and this sets in motion a series of life-changing consequences for the thirty three year old teacher. A thoroughly convincing female-driven narrative, Ryan's first novel told from a female narrator's perspective is as…
Everyone's obsessed with the new Netflix documentary Making a Murderer. Here's what I think! And yes, I binge watched the entire series in two days.
In Druid Theatre's Big Maggie, actress Aisling O'Sullivan has breathed life and meaning into a character previously written off as a vitriolic sociopath. Read my review of Druid Theatre's Big Maggie to find out why this play is not as old-fashioned at one might think.
Verging on middle age; not quite sea hag, not yet swan, Mary Cate (AKA me) is a self-professed kook with a love of man-repelling outfits, raging feminist outbursts and high brow cultural escapades. Has no access to the top shelf (5' 2"). Expect hair. Lots of hair.
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September 12, 2018
By Mary Cate Smith