Dime Zine vol VI (July 2011)
Women sometimes lament their inability to find a “decent” man. When you inquire where they have been looking, some relate the names of the darkest dungeons in the city. A place where fiends and idiots stand side by side… more>>>
Dime Zine vol IV (May 2011)
How have our attitudes to alcohol changed with the arrival of the recession? In Ireland today we are clearly still drinking and doing so in defiance of the recession. We sensibly reason that just because the paper says something about negative economics doesn’t mean we should stop going to gigs and old man bars. It is our culture, after all. more>>>
Dime Zine vol III (April 2011)
There is a contention that music festivals and drug use go hand in hand. Woodstock set the precedent – three days of bewildered excess where at some point a person might be convinced that they had transcended reality. more>>>
By Peter Pescado
According to the latest web trends, Irish internet users are increasingly logging onto dating websites, as we witness the decline of the pick-up bar [with the exception of a certain notorious kip on the south inner city]. Still if you ask the average oversexed man or undersexed woman in the street, nobody will admit to using them.