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Thursday 17 August 2017

FFF Food aficionados will be smacking their lips as a new food and drink magazine, theTaste.ie arrived.

FFF Food aficionados will be smacking their lips as a new food and drink magazine, theTaste.ie arrived.

The website was officially launched last night at Dylan McGrath's Fade Street Social. Ireland has a growing foodie culture and theTaste.ie will offer readers the latest news, reviews and offers of the country's top venues. The October edition of the online magazine has articles about Derry & Sallyanne Clarke of l'Ecrivain, Dylan McGrath and Clodagh McKenna.

FFF They are arguably Ireland's two funniest exports and Dara O Briain and Chris O'Dowd will be on the Ray D'Arcy Show on Friday morning.

Ray will be talking to the two comedy heavyweights in Dublin's Sugar Club on Leeson Street and they're inviting the public to be a part of the audience. For those who want to start the Bank Holiday weekend with some laughs, head to www.todayfm.com to apply for tickets.

FFF The Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin is known for its thought provoking exhibitions and its upcoming one is bound to be no different.

In keeping with the time of year, the new exhibition is called Blood and will run from October 24 until January. The exhibition will explore everything from stories of vampires and religious beliefs to cutting edge research in immunology and genetics. Admission is free but this exhibition is only for those over the age of 15.

FFF Spooky happenings kick off at The Bram Stoker Festival on Friday October 24.

The festival takes the legacy of Dublin horror novelist Bram Stoker and his gothic novel Dracula as inspiration for a whole range of events. For ticket details and locations, check out www.bramstokerfestival.com.

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