Talk About Dementia Project launched in Limerick

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Above: Mayor Jerry O’Dea, Rachel and ILoveLimerick.Com’s & Chronicle columnist Richard Lynch Writer and former broadcaster and guest on The Real Housewives of New York Rachel McMahon launched the Talk About Dementia Project (TAD Project) in… Continue reading

The Classic Homes of Hollywood

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Thanks to my notoriety my little pile of bricks became a thing of interest. A Renaissance-style palace, once described like the “a great big white elephant of of a place, the kind crazy… Continue reading

Rubberbandits Blindboy Boatclub took me to church on the Late Late

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If I hadn’t been flicking through the Limerick Chronicle while waiting at my local takeaway for a spice box I wouldn’t have known this was uttered and thus would never have written this. Blindboy… Continue reading

Marilyn, Chaplin, Garland and Gable – Hollywood history up for auction

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Ever wonder when the stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood had wrapped the picture and stepped out of their costumes where those beautiful gowns, feather boas, leotards, tuxes and swashbuckling swords ended… Continue reading

Of course back then, Twitter only gave you 70 characters…

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While perusing the latest edition of Vanity Fair my dear Max had sent me I spied this little article on the Lost Tweets of Hollywood. VF scribe Bruce Feirstein has unearthed that long… Continue reading

Why I swear by the Cee word: A guest post from Rachel

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Hi all – Rachel here. Norma has left me post this weekend  as she spent the last few days partying with Patsy, a bottle of Seconal and some home grown moonshine. Pats is… Continue reading

Wallis Simpson: Duchess of Windsor, Queen of Style

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“Clothes are, after all, either a pep pill or a depressant.” If this statement by the Duchess of Windsor, otherwise known as Wallis Simpson is indeed true, I’ll bet the farm she never… Continue reading

Turban Power

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Just because I’m old school doesn’t mean I don’t keep up to date with all the latest fashions. I do this for two reasons: 1) so I can slate each passing seasonal trend… Continue reading

A head for glamour: Edith Head

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Forget Colleen Atwood and the Mulleavy sisters. Before them, there was Edith Head. This month sees what would have been the legendary designer’s birthday – 113 years young. Why this woman was not… Continue reading

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