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Sheila Langan is Editor of IrishCentral and a contributor.
She previously spent three years with sister publication Irish America magazine, first as assistant editor and then in the deputy editor role.
A graduate of Bard College, she also attended Trinity College Dublin. A native New Yorker with Kerry roots, she is interested in literature, business, and good stories.
Ireland’s political parties have three weeks to campaign. How does that compare to a year and a half in the US?
Irishman Oliver Pollock was one of the biggest founders of the American Revolution. He also created the dollar sign.
This looks like possibly the most fun anyone has ever had singing in Irish!
Google worked with many collaborators on this beautiful virtual tour of the Dublin sites of the 1916 Rising.
The award for best half pint glass ever goes to Simon Lambert & Sons Pub in Wexford.
What captured the attention of IrishCentral’s readers throughout 2015?
Aer Lingus, bringing people home since 1936, flew five people home to surprise loved ones for Christmas.
Amazing discovery: humble letters to Santa from Mary and Alfred McGann echo across the decades.
Trump called a hypocrite for saying he would ban Muslims despite supporting Sinn Fein when it was tied to the IRA.
On the final night of their world tour, in Paris, U2 performed with Eagles of Death Metal.