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Special supplement: Be a part of Irish-American history. The Irish American Museum of Washington, DC.
Our cover storyThe Vision of Bob McCann
It’s been said that the role of a leader in the new economy is to create a vision for your organization and make that vision a reality. Bob McCann of UBS talks about life, the importance of community and family, and what his vision for the future holds.
Click here to read Patricia Harty's blog on IrishCentral.com.
Other stories from our latest issue:
- The First Word by Patricia Harty
From Famine to Finance
- The Many Faces of Maureen O’Hara
- Women of Concern Recognized at Awards Luncheon
- James Nesbitt’s Personal Odyssey
- Those We Lost
- We Have an Altar
A Corner of Ireland.
- The Mighty Quinn Bradlee
The remarkable Quinn Bradlee has a new memoir that offers a moving account of living with disabilities.
- The Legacy of Church-run Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland
Places where illegitimate mothers raised their children until adoptive parents claimed them prior to the Adoption Act of 1952..
- John J. Keirnan The Pioneer of Wall Street
The story of how John J. Kiernan created a news service for the financial world, and played politics too.
- Butte Montana’s Mining Town
A new documentary, Butte, America, shows how over decades following 1845 to 1855, the American Industrial Revolution swallowed entire families, many Irish immigrants who lived in mining communities, as the often deadly work caught immigrants between the power of the wealthy companies and the pull of unions.
- Coming Home
Maura Mulligan discovers that New York is home.
- James “Diamond Jim” Buchanan Brady
The charmed life of James Buchanan Brady, who rose from humble origins to become one of the wealthiest men of his day.
- Ted Kennedy History Buff
As the first anniversary of Ted Kennedy’s death approaches, Thomas Fleming recalls the late senator’s fascination with American history and his desire to share that love with America’s children and his own family.
- Jason Miller: Actor, Writer and Director
The award-winning actor who portrayed the iconic Father Damien in The Exorcist is remembered by Robert Curran.
- Music Reviews
Reviews of recent Irish and Irish-American themed musical releases.
Feasting with Angels.
- Book Reviews
Recently published books of Irish and Irish-American interest
The Donovan Clan.
Selections from Irish America:
- October/November 2010
- August/September 2010
- June/July 2010
- April/May 2010
- February/March 2010
- December 2009/January 2010
- October/November 2009
- August/September 2009
- June/July 2009