Issue five of Al Ghurair Centre‘s magazine is out now – focusing on fashion, it’s the usual mix of arts, culture, music, food and lots more besides. The next issue will be out at the start of February, so if you are in Dubai, go on and pick up a copy.
Boris Kachka – Hothouse Carl T. Bogus – William F Buckley and The Rise of the American Conservative Anthony Robbins – Master The Game Cynthia True – American Scream: Bill Hicks Story Sherry Turkle – Alone Together The Dublin Review 56 Tao Lin – Richard Yates Seneca – On the Shortness of Life Michael Bierut – Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design Ted Morgan – Literary Outlaw, William S Burroughs Denis Johnson – Angels Denis Johnson – The Name of the […]
We Are Dublin issue two arrived from the printer this morning looking quite nice (even if I do say so myself). It will be available here from this weekend and internationally from next week. Over in Dubai, issue five of the Al Ghurair Centre magazine has been launched, with issue six due to come out at the start of February. I will be launching a new magazine early next year – details to be revealed in due course. A very […]
The latest issue of We Are Dublin has gone to press and will be on sale in three weeks. You can buy it online, or in any of these stores across Dublin, or if you want to sell the magazine abroad, you can contact our international distributor, Antenne Books.
George Berkowski – The Billion Dollar App Philip Delves Broughton – The Art of the Sale Michael Hastings – The Last Magazine Denis Johnson – The Name of the World Joan Didion – The White Album Neil Strauss – Everybody Loves You When You’re Dead
If you are looking for We Are Dublin, you can use this handy map of all our stockists. If you know of another shop that might be interested in stocking the magazine get in touch – and if you are outside the country and want a copy, you can buy one here.
Bastakiya is the oldest remaining settlement in Dubai, with it first being developed in the 1850s by Iranian traders. Most of the buildings haven been redeveloped since then but they have kept their coral walls, wind-towers and narrow laneways (with which to maximise shade). I visited the XVA Gallery today for a feature for the Al Ghurair Centre Magazine. Below are some photos of an area that is one of the city’s most interesting.