I grew up in the West of England. I like hard cider. And as a failed beekeeper, I owe a deabt of gratitude (or guilt?) to our furry pollinating friends. So I was delighted to hear that one purveyor of hard cider is
I may have once mused on the environmental impact of my backyard chickens, but I have no doubt that, overall, keeping them has been both a wonderful experience and a significant contribution to improving our family's
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we decided to take a look at creatures just as elusive as that pot of gold.
The lush green landscapes of the Emerald Isle look calm and peaceful from far away -- but Ireland's species -- from a gorgeous barn owl to a toad
Surely you've gotten the urge at least once -- passing by an anonymous pile of discarded furniture pieces curbside, you feel a compulsion to rescue some forlorn credenza from landfill purgatory and to make it something 'new'
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary may come close to rivaling arch-climate skeptic Lord Monckton when it comes to craziness. Having ranted and raved about eco-loonies in the past, he's now laying firmly into the scientific
There is something so iconic about a Campbell soup can, particularly after Andy Warhol got hold of them. Now William Heefer of Fuse has recycled pop art into light fixtures. He collects the industrial sized cans from restaurants and cafés in Dublin
One rare tree specimen in Ireland is proving that it's never too late to try something new. Some 90 years after being planted on an estate outside of Belfast, a Goat Horn Trees, native to China, is flowering its pale,
Katharine Hamnett slogan t-shirt. Credit: Katharine Hamnett
Re-Dress, a Dublin-based organization campaigning for ethical fashion, has announced the 3rd annual Ethical Fashion Week in Ireland, Fashion Evolution 2010 slated for May 26 (rescheduled from