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Eurovision News Review:

* Dervish are Ireland’s Eurovision entry
* Europe’s Best Young Entrepreneurs
* Pc scoops Welsh Mastermind crown
* RTÉ Radio One, Mooney Goes Wild
* MORANDI AND RUSLANA PERFORM IN BULGARIA
* Independent Online Edition > This Britain
* The revolution will be televised
* Desert | PE.com | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern…

Dervish are Ireland’s Eurovision entryrte.ie – RTE.ie
The Co Sligo-based band will play a song which will be chosen following a public competition. Songwriters have until 8 January to submit songs for consideration with more information available.

Europe’s Best Young EntrepreneursBusinessWeek
com’s first annual contest waded through some Internet click-tricks to turn up a fascinating and diverse group of go-getters. com’s first annual Best Young European Entrepreneurs competition elicited a similar nail-biting desire to win among its participants—and a bit of patriotism.

Pc scoops Welsh Mastermind crownBBC News
Emyr Rhys Jones, 41, from Llangefni on Anglesey, won Sunday’s final of Mastermind Cymru 2006. The winner said he had his mother to thank for his success. “She’s the one who insisted that I buy the Look ‘n Learn magazine rather than The Beano when I was an eight-year-old boy,” he said. It was announced earlier this year that a Welsh-language version of the long-running TV quiz was to be made by BBC Wales – although the show’s trademark phrases like “I’ve started so I’ll finish” would not be translated into Welsh.

RTÉ Radio One, Mooney Goes Wildrte.ie
Russell’s Bar on Park Street in Dundalk is not your usual kind of pub. It was set up so that any profits could go towards educating the poor and underprivileged of India. Owner Ronnie Carroll tells Derek how the project came about. If you would like to donate to the charity, Tribal Trust, the account number is 03013018, the bank is AIB Dingle and the sort code is 93-62-86.

MORANDI AND RUSLANA PERFORM IN BULGARIASofia Echo
The free concert came in celebration of VivaTel mobile phone operator's first birthday. Swiss band Da Buzz, the Romanian Morandi and the Eurovision 2004 winner Ruslana featured among the famous international performers taking part in the show, avtora. Popular Bulgarian musicians also took part in the concert.

Independent Online Edition > This BritainIndependent
Flatley was born in Chicago in 1958 after his parents emigrated from Ireland in 1947 and settled in the city. Though he was born and raised in the US, he often visited family in Ireland and his mother and grandmother were both award-winning Irish dancers. He shot to fame in the Irish dance spectacle Riverdance, first performed in the interval of the Eurovision Song Contest, before going on to create his own shows Lord of the Dance, Feet of Flames and Celtic Tiger. He married Ms O’Brien after a whirlwind romance. Ms O’Brien, 32, is a member of Flatley’s Celtic Tiger troupe. The couple first met on the set of Riverdance in 1993, but only became a couple earlier this year. Flatley split with his fiancée, Lisa Murphy, at around the same time after almost six years together.

The revolution will be televisedTelegraph.co.uk
Like many a good idea, it had a simple origin. Mike Nesmith, who had been in the first manufactured boy band, the Monkees, in the 1960s, approached Warner Brothers with a programme idea called Pop Clips. The company saw its potential and enlarged the notion into one of a network showing nothing but music videos. It was a brilliant marketing concept, as it came at little cost while being extremely attractive to record companies and advertisers.

Desert | PE.com | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern…Press-Enterprise – Press-Enterprise (subscription)
Winding down its West Coast tour, the troupe of entertainers come to the McCallum with Irish eyes-a-smilin' for their last appearances of the year. The show, now in its11th year, has been seen by millions of people around the world. The musical began when composer Bill Whelan wrote music for a 20-minute intermission performance of the Eurovision Song Contest. The momentous reception after the performance inspired Whelan to expand the piece into a full-length stage show, with Irish music as its focal point. Tickets for the show are available online at.

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