Using the Bluegrass Ireland Blog
The front page of the BIB shows about two weeks of posts. A post older than that automatically moves to the archive; so if you've already used the BIB and can't find a post that you saw before, check the links to the archive sections or use the search slot at the top left-hand corner of the blog, between the Blogger symbol and the 'g+1' link (though from experience we find that this facility is not completely reliable).
Click on any photo to see an enlarged version. Click on the label at the end of a post to see all posts that have a similar label. To comment on any post, click on the 'Comments' symbol at the end of it. Comments are moderated by the editor before publication, so your comment won't appear at once. If your comment is made on a post that is already several years old, no one is likely to be aware of it except the editor; and if you want to communicate with him, it's better to send him an e-mail instead.
The most important feature is the calendar, which is frequently updated. To reach it, use one of the links to the right of this. To send in news for the calendar - or for any other reason - contact the editor.
For UK news, use the link to the BBMA website; for news from all over Europe, the European Bluegrass Music Association Facebook; and for the hottest news from the Mother Country, Bluegrass Today (formerly the original Bluegrass Blog) and the Prescription Bluegrass Blog. In general, US and UK news is posted on the Bluegrass Ireland Blog only in exceptional circumstances.