On the Road: Ireland’s Farms, Food, and Future

Dublin, even in June sunshine, can’t entirely shake its smoky, troubled past. Bullet holes the size of grapes still pockmark the pillars and walls of the General Post Office, the epicenter of the 1916 Easter Rebellion and its cobblestone side streets look more 18th century than 21st.
      Still, it’s sunny and warm and Dublin’s streets are packed […]

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