We Are Dublin i — April/June 2015, #3

We Are Dublin

A quarterly magazine about Dublin, printed on high-quality matt paper and featuring a mix of long-form journalism, fiction, photo essays and reportage.

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Lily Akerman meets a man making vinyl from scratch hidden away in the East Wall. Nathan O' Donnell tracks the rise and rise of Irish whiskey and finds out why the hard stuff has grown in popularity. James Lawless remembers the Liberties of his youth, and the book seller that haunts his memories. Safe houses, the IRA and a Nazi spy parachuted into Dublin; Marcel Krueger investigates the strange life of Dublin's last Nazi. Brendan MacEvilly meets the man behind Midway, one of a dying breed of local newsagents. Jessica Traynor examines the strange phenomenon of Ballybough's boy racers, while Lois Kapila tracks the trials of one man determined to put his homelessness behind him. Tristan Hutchinson takes stunning photos of Dublin's bird market and captures the characters that have made this a little-known Dublin institution. And Conal Thomas investigates the strange saga of Aldborough House.

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