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rabble - a new underground newspaper hits the streets.

category dublin | arts and media | press release author Wednesday September 28, 2011 14:57author by antrophe - rabbleauthor email reddy at rabble dot ie Report this post to the editors

rabble is a non-profit, newspaper from the city’s underground. It’s collectively and independently run by volunteers. rabble aims to create a space for the passionate telling of truth, muck-raking journalism and well aimed pot-shots at illegitimate authority. We stand within, and with, Dublin as it struggles from below against the ghost of the Celtic Tiger and the state it left us in. We support those who fight with a new world in their hearts and encourage those who create cultures that seed hope in bleak times. Those involved know each other from alternative media and street mobilisations, from raves, gigs and the football terraces, or by just living in the village that is Dublin. We range from people living and raising their families in the city, to community and political activists, to artists, messers and mischief-makers. We Are rabble.
Grab them now...
Grab them now...

we are rabble

You can break the ice at info@rabble.ie

If you want to take bundles to distribute, get in touch.

Our first issue has hit the street.

Full list of where to pick it up
http://rabble.ie/pick-up-points/

You'll be gauranteed a copy in

The Exchange, Temple Bar
The Twisted Pepper, Abbey St.
Bernard Shaw, Richmond St South.
Seomra Spraoi, 10 Belvedere Court.
The Complex, Smithfield.
Casa Rebelde, Crow St Temple Bar.

features this issue///////

# TESCOPOLY DUBLIN: FIND OUT HOW TESCO WANTS TO GIVE A LOCAL ARTS GROUP THE BOOT http://rabble.ie/2011/09/20/tescopoly-dublin/
# WELCOME TO THE PLANET OF THE INTERNS: WE UNCOVER THE SHAM OF JOBBRIDGE: http://rabble.ie/2011/09/20/planet-of-the-interns-the-d...idge/
# THIS LAND IS OUR LAND: AN INTERVIEW WITH NAMA LAB http://rabble.ie/2011/09/25/this-land-is-our-land/
# [WITNESS] COP THUGGERY AND THE LEAGUE HTTP://RABBLE.IE/2011/09/27/WITNESS-COP-THUGGERY-AND-THE-LEAGUE-OF-IRELAND/
# {WORTH A VISIT} NO. 29 FITZWILLIAM SQUARE http://rabble.ie/2011/09/27/worth-a-visit-no-29-fitzwil...uare/
# WHEN THEY KICK OUT YOUR FRONT DOOR. http://rabble.ie/2011/09/27/when-they-kick-out-your-fro...door/

AND MUCH MORE...

PLEASE FORWARD AND SUPPORT.

author by not rabblepublication date Wed Sep 28, 2011 23:09author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Whoever is writing the rabble magazine please don't try and include any more comedy, its not even funny. As a woman, you can see it's a couple of ian O' doherty wannabe (sorry it's true) comparisons going on here. The other stuff is solid enough but don't write or feign that you know how to write comedy. Many irish male writers fall flat on their face, few get to stand on the stage.
Beir bua and all that waffle

author by opus diablos - the regressive hypocrite partypublication date Fri Sep 30, 2011 13:31author address author phone Report this post to the editors

and for fuxache break out and look over the rim of your Pale. The village is global.

author by fpublication date Fri Sep 30, 2011 21:38author address author phone Report this post to the editors

This is a good thing - but why reinvent the wheel, antrophe?
I quite liked Soundtracks for Them - why not a paper version of that?
Or at least pour the energy into revitalising it?

author by serfpublication date Fri Sep 30, 2011 22:16author address author phone Report this post to the editors

what opus is saying is
"good luck with your paper, but maybe don't be totally dublinocentric"

I wish you all the best with your paper too.

S.

author by antrophepublication date Mon Oct 03, 2011 13:35author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Fair enough question, but Soundtracksforthem was always more of a personal project with a fair rake of contributors chipping in over the years. There was never much of an audience either. rabble's an attempt to build something with a much larger audience, and a much more vital collective component at the working heart of it. If you email me off Indymedia, I'll fill you in some more on it.

Regards this Dublincentric thing, sorry - but that is a defacto statement of who the people involved in rabble are. That doesn't make us Dublincentric ,sure we have looked over the rim of the Pale - copies are have gone down to Cork, Galway, Limerick, Maynooth and Dundalk - and who knows where else along the way. Have a look at the first issue, there's a fair bit of coverage that is non-Dublin specific. Anyway, sure why not take a leaf out of Indymedia and get in touch with some ideas - it'd be very welcome.

author by opus diablos - the regressive hypocrite partypublication date Mon Oct 03, 2011 13:57author address author phone Report this post to the editors

But I can't find any pick-up points outside the locality on that address. Maybe you could add a few. Good luck with the effort.

author by antrophepublication date Mon Oct 03, 2011 14:07author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Yeah fair enough. In terms of Cork, just from over the weekend there are lots of copies in plugd records and gulpd cafe in cork on Sat. Copies are meant to go into the camden palace, fas building art space, cork printmakers gallery & the quay co-op today. I'll update with exact details of the other spots later.

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