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With help from her young daughter, the Derry-based photographer is expanding her portfolio from wedding portraits to award-winning digital art
The bewhiskered covers duo are fast becoming Belfast's house band, earning residencies all over town by dismantling popular favourites
After years of hard work and lonely nights, life has paid off big time for the County Down comedian. He discusses relationships, LA living and preparing for the 2015 Irish Open
View photographs from Bards Hill as Californian artist David Best's awe-inspiring structure provides thousands with the opportunity to 'leave a memory behind, let go of the past and look to the future'
Belfast-born director Nick Hamm on making the Northern Ireland peace process, with its polarising figureheads, into a movie the world could enjoy
With the 2015 UK general election taking place tomorrow, it's time to get in the political mood with titles from authors Jeffrey Toobin, Hunter S Thompson and Peter Geoghegan
Mark McCambridge takes time out from mixing his forthcoming album to discuss new single 'Twisted Arrow', featuring vocals from former member of the Pixies and Breeders
Award-winning art consultant on setting up business as a single parent during the recession, the hard slog of the jet set lifestyle and rebranding for the global market
American singer on moving to Northern Ireland for love, why jazz is in her blood and teaming up with Linley Hamilton at the City of Derry Jazz & Big Band Festival
With Van Morrison's Cyprus Avenue concert set for August 31, we recall other gigs in unusual places, from Pink Floyd live at Pompeii to the Beatles atop Apple Records
Derry-based songwriter and producer on collaborating with football pundit Guillem Balague, refusing to be categorised and releasing his debut album in June – listen to lead off single 'Sharks'
Children's television production company Sixteen South scoops award for Best Music/Sound Design for Lily’s Driftwood Bay score composed by Score Draw Music
New episodes of BBC Two serial killer drama commissioned with Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan and Gillian Anderson set to reprise roles
Lurgan singer-songwriter on generating hundreds of thousands of YouTube views, sharing the iTunes number three spot with Ed Sheeran and writing original material with the help of Generator NI
'A good record shop should be about something more than commerce.' Owner Kenny Murdock marks one year in business with free sets from Robyn G Shiels, OneKnown and more
Mysterious case donated to Red Barn Gallery – view photographs taken in Belfast circa 1930-1940 including image of 'Moshulu' ship featured in The Godfather
Star Martin McCann on being part of a 'special Belfast film' and why screenwriter and school teacher Ronan Blaney is 'one of the best writers in Ireland today'
Graeme Stewart on recording with the Ulster Orchestra, why John Williams' 'Jurassic Park' score is peerless, and the process of writing music for the moving image – listen to exclusive tracks from his debut feature 'A Nightingale Falling'
From Dave Duggan's play 'Denizen' in Londonderry Courthouse to 'The Shawshank Redemption' at Crumlin Road Gaol, there's lots to look forward to next month
Owen McCafferty on his new play at the Lyric Theatre, refusing to dumb down for the big bucks and why we should all give Russell Brand a break
Culture NI urges users to back Arts Council of Northern Ireland's 'No More Cuts to the Arts' campaign
Take a virtual tour as a new exhibit opens telling the story of Ulster from 1500 to 1968
Lyrical purveyor of 'Kilrea Gothica' on his fellow shortlisted nominees and writing new material with Therapy?
Watch video from Belfast as artist Brian Ballard stages a 50-year retrospective
Filmmaker Moore Sinnerton dissects the life and work of the iconic author at the 2014 CS Lewis Festival
Northern Irish artist wins inaugural £20,000 art prize for video piece 'No More'
Belfast-based performer on his eclectic new album, 70s influences and changing his name for love
Photographer Donal McCann spends a year in the company of Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, former Lord Mayor of Belfast
Belfast-born poet on rapping for change, relocating to Manchester and his debut album The Troubles
In year cuts of 5% will affect 37 Arts Council clients in 2014/15, with wider cuts scheduled for next year
Derry~Londonderry's shipbuilding heritage forms the basis of Yaron Engler's unorthodox introduction
Photographer Fergal Kearney opens landscape exhibition in aid of support charity Aware Defeat Depression
Enniskillen-born author Jason Johnson publishes allegorical novel with Liberties Press
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum exhibition traces the history of Irish dancing at home and on the global stage
The nationwide celebration of indigenous crafts embraces new venues and state-of-the-art technologies
Curator and judge Hugh Mulholland reveals details of the £20,000 biennale award, the largest of its kind in Ireland
New pop-up exhibition in Belfast explores the concept of a permanent memorial museum to the Troubles
Universal Pictures unveils thrilling trailer for the epic action origin film shot in Northern Ireland
Nicola Armstrong of Banbridge Borough Council on past winners, new faces and what to expect from this year's line-up Pages