Surely the best thing about traveling the world is finding all the best record shops, right?
Yesterday, in Dublin.
The best since the crying Native American spot from the 1970s.
Harry Potter himself was wandering the streets of Dublin, Ireland at 4 AM when Dublin’s minor Gaelic Football team — who were celebrating winning the All Ireland title — saw him and invited him to their house party. Daniel accepted and partied with them for two hours.
Good to know. Via a Dublin train station.
Along with Britain, Ireland has also picked up on the MTV trend and has created their own version called “Tallafornia” documenting the lives of their versions of guidos and guidettes in Tallaght, Dublin. At least these two commentators turn this train wreck into a comedy.
If you saw the story about Robert “Sandy” Vietze, then you can probably hazard a guess. The French acting icon was on an Air France plane as it prepared to take off from Paris and got into an argument with a flight attendant in front of the lavatory. We’ll let Fox News take it from there… View List ›
From the Dublin zombie walk. I love the dead Barbie she’s dragging behind her! View Image ›
“Oh, hey, what’s up, random friend of a tween girl in Ireland? I’m the fucking leader of the free world.” Watch Video ›
Spotted today at a Dublin airport bookshop. View Image ›
A flash mob creating poetry using the first letter of their names on the streets of Dublin. A little creative get together with the help of Ze Frank. My favorite poem is “a large dead meme”. [Editor’s Note: Spontaneous Human Street Poetry - organized by BuzzFeed and Ze Frank as part of the Infectious Festival in Dublin last month. The music is the actual soundtrack to Ireland. That’s what it sounds like in Dublin all the time.] Watch Video ›
This unpleasant creature - called a Hop Bug (humanus lupalus) - has just been discovered, along with its brethren, amid the hop farms of Ireland, which means that Guinness may have to shift all production to Nigeria. If this crisis continues, the entire hop crop could be destroyed. If you’ve noticed that your Guinness is a little bit less creamy lately, you could be drinking bug stout. View Image ›
Starting on Saturday, attendees of the INFECTIOUS Festival in Dublin will be working to produce original interactive and viral media projects with the goal of reaching 1 million page views by the end of the month. Stay tuned to this page for updates on these projects as they go live. Read More ›