We have been asked to be a guest writer for other blogs or have our previous articles reproduced, both online and offline some of these articles can be read by following the links below.
Here are a selection of our guest posts and reproduced articles:
The forgotten Irish starlet who fell into tragic downward spiral – Irish Independent
An Irish Singalong in a Limerick Pub in 1992 – World Irish
Slavery by any other name still tastes bitter – P.T.A.R.A
The Rattles and Bangs of the Savoy Limerick – See You a the Pictures.
Connected Limerick 2011 – Connected Limerick
Clare Kilquane – Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives
Hidden Walks in Limerick City – Got Ireland
Here are a selection of reviews and press made of our site:
Limerick Chronicle – 21 Feb 2012
Harvest Time Guide Tour – Limerick Local Heroes
Limerick Chronicle – 02 Oct 2012
A review from John Tierney – Historic Graves
Archi-Cycle OpenhouseLimerick – Limerick.ie
Tweasure Hunt – Milklabs
Our work has also been cited as a reference in various wide ranging publications. Please inform us if you have cited our information elsewhere and we will add the post to our collection of links.
Here are a selection of websites who have cited our information:
Rabies in dogs and humans can be easily prevented – Wexford People
Limerick Video’s – Limerick Star News
Limerick Cinemas – Cinema Heritage Group
Sir Harry’s Mall – UL Student Research Project.
Shannon Street – Des Murphy
George’s Quay – Adam Heaton
Sylvester O’Halloran Footbridge – David Leen
O’Connell Street – Mcultra27
Visit to Clare Street – Nor12127736 (UL Research Student)
Glentworth Street - C12151629 (UL Research Student)
Bedford Row, Limerick – Elizabeth Sheehan
Cruises Street - f12139734 (UL Research Student)
Ennis Road – Smellyboyband
Filed Under: Press & Published
About the Author: Sharon Slater is the owner and operator of the Limerick's Life website. She has been researching and collecting information regarding Limerick history and genealogies since her early teens. She obtained a Masters degree in Local History at the University of Limerick.
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