“I’m seen as a ‘n****r’, ‘a monkey’. [W]e get called these names […] at least once a week” researchers told.
"Le Pastis" is a remarkable newly opened French bistro in the heart of Blackrock village in the South of Dublin whose namesake is the French "Pastis" anise aperitif, that traditionally breaks the ice between dining guests and brings them closer together.
In the past, in order to create a successful business and generate any significant income, you needed either years of hard word, or inhuman commercial abilities and high risk.
Which Irish person’s life do you think would make a great subject for a historical novel? If you think you have the answer to this, Tweet their name and the reason why you think they would be a great subject for a historical novel in 140 characters or less to @HistFest by 1pm on Wednesday 25th September.