UPDATED AUTUMN ROTA 🍂🍁
The customers asked, and the coffee shops listened 🤗
We are delighted to announce that TWO more coffee shops in the city have decided they want to give a late night opening a go 🎉
- An Caifé in Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin will now be open TUESDAY'S until 10pm - STARTING TONIGHT.
- And The Pickled Duck Cafe Out Of Town (Greenhaw Road) will remain open until 10pm on a THURSDAY.
Get up, get out and support the evening coffee culture in our city that is continuing to grow because YOU GUYS are supporting it ☕💜
Check out the updated rota above to find out who is open late throughout the week!!
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My time in Derry is once again coming to a close. It has been great being able to revisit this creepy fictional town in Maine. I think its safe to say Derry is a pretty messed up little place and throughout my time reading Insomnia it has been hard to ignore the feeling that a certain circus clown's presense is somewhere within the pages. I dont know exactly what it is but I feel as though he has been there with me reading over my shoulder as I go! 🤡
But hey maybe that is just me! Who else has read both IT and Insomnia and felt something similar? There have been some very vague references to IT in Insomnia and they just creep me out. Which is your favourate of the two? 🤡
Bonus question: Do you remove the dust cover whilst reading a hardback or you you never take it off?
For me I like to take them off, especially if I'm commuting with the book. I dont like get the edges of the dust cover damaged and I just find it easier to hold without it on!
With the situation in the mid-southern parts of Ireland spiralling out of control, unrest in the north was also peaking in the city of Derry.
The election of Irish Nationalists into power in the city lead to much tension between the Irish Nationalist and Unionist populations, which soon erupted into rioting in April of 1920. This in turn lead to several skirmishes in Derry between the IRA, the RIC and the British Army as well as sporadic fights with the Ulster Volunteer Force-albeit to a lesser extent than with the police and army.
Rioting also exploded in Limerick City between the British Army and a group of civilians, with the British firing indiscriminately into the crowds who were throwing stones and bottles at them.
Several RIC barracks across the Dublin area were captured and destroyed.
Then, on the 14th of May, every member of the Dáil (who weren't already imprisoned) received a letter: "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. Therefore a life for a life." Back in the north the UVF establish several checkpoints throughout Derry and use them to attack Catholics in mostly low-level acts of violence.
War material being shipped into Ireland via Dublin was being held up from reaching British troops, as the dock workers refused to handled it and the train-drivers refused to carry it on their trains. These strikes held back a massive amount of British supplies and continued despite hundreds of sackings.
By the start of June countless RIC barracks lay in ruins with most of the countryside rapidly falling into the hands of the IRA, and this pattern would continue throughout most of the summer of 1920.
The Court system in Ireland collapsed at the end of June, leading to many demoralised RIC men resigning.
Loyalists in Belfast forced thousands of Catholics from their jobs at the shipyard, and in more rioting between Irish Nationalists and Loyalists broke out across Ulster.
In Britain, the debate over whether to concede or try to crush the Revolutionaries was heating up.
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SYNOPSIS is the prompt for day 25 of the #challengeofthekrypt. This prompt was meant for you to post a synopsis you particularly enjoy or one that got you to buy a book, but I am going in a different direction... SPOILERS AHEAD
Little kid in bright yellow raincoat runs down the street in the pouring rain chasing after a paper boat. His boat goes down a sewer and he sees a clown. Probably some crack head tbh. At this point, I’m out, but stupid little kid decided to talk to creepy crackhead sewer clown and subsequently gets his arm torn from his body. I mean... you shoulda seen that coming kiddo.
We are now following 7 dweebs who call themselves The Losers Club (wow real cool): a tomboy, a fat wanna-be architect, a stuttering self proclaimed story-teller, a “funny kid” who is more annoying than funny, a germaphobe, a kid who can’t get his nose out of history books and a wuss.
Creepy crackhead clown changes shape and terrorizes said losers. There’s a showdown scene in a sewer and a giant turtle appears. Some other wacky-ass cosmic shit happens and you ask yourself what drugs you just took even though you know you’re sober. On their way out of the sewer, the losers have an orgy. 6 dudes, 1 girl, all 12 year olds.
27 years later, mr historian calls the former dweebs back to Derry. All return except for the wuss, who offed himself in the bathtub. Idk about you but after experiencing señor clown as a child, I would have stayed home “sick.” The final sewer showdown: we learn mr clown is actually Mrs cosmic Spider. Post showdown, good guys victorious of course, we watch Derry collapse. Shoddy sewer system I tell ya.
Alright, if you read all that, I hope you enjoyed it 😂 I’m just fooling around, don’t worry. IT is fantastic and one of King’s best and scariest. I can’t wait to see how the Muschiettis handle part two!
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