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Titanic Belfast: Special Supplement
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Our cover storySean Sexton, The Photo Historian of Ireland
"Of what use are lens and light to those who lack in mind and sight?" Marilyn Cole Lownes talks to the photographer.
Click here to read Patricia Harty's blog on IrishCentral.com.
Other stories from our latest issue:
- The First Word by Patricia Harty
A Window to the Past Pulls the Present into Focus
- Portraits of Irish Writers in Boston
- New Rose of Tralee is First of Indian Descent
- Michael Lynch: A Hero Remembered
- Those We Lost
- The McNulty Family Irish Show Boat Sails Again
A look into Irish performers in the 1920s.
- The Sinking of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald
On the 35th Anniversary of that sad day when 29 sailors lost their lives, new developments shed light on the sinking of the "Mighty Fitz.".
- Thomas Cahill: Civilization Then and Now
Kara Rota talks to Thomas Cahill about his best selling “How the Irish Saved Civilization.”.
- Brian Dennehy’s Journey into Eugene O’Neill
Aliah O'Neill talks to Brian Dennehy, who is honored with this year's Eugene O'Neill Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Sean O'Casey and the Abbey Theatre
Sean O'Casey's masterpiece "The Plough and the Stars" returned to the Abbey Theatre a rousing success. A look into the connection between O'Casey and the early success of Ireland's National Theatre.
- Review of Books
A selection of new releases of Irish and Irish-American interest.
- Blow, Winds, Blow!
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