Irish playwright makes an important later in life discovery: his own voice.
The Russians are clearly being entertained by Trump's circus in the White House.
Each crisis the Donald Trump White House has faced to date has been of its own making.
"It’s increasingly obvious that the majority of white people who voted for would-be strong man Trump did so to put minorities, women, Muslims, Jews and gay people back in their place."
It’s the long awaited and more satisfying sequel to director Ridely Scott’s head-scratcher Prometheus
There are at least 50 ways to lose your healthcare now thanks to Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress. Let’s start with some of the obvious ones.
Stephen Fry might have escaped a $27,000 fine, but the inane blasphemy law that got him in trouble is still on the books in Ireland.
Review: Two and Two: McSorley’s, My Dad and Me by Rafe Bartholomew
The fact is that in Westport, CT, one of the wealthiest suburbs in America, and 93 percent of the residents are white.
"When you get your own star on Hollywood Boulevard...Your name has become iconic. You're a walking brand."
Astonishing! Don’t they fear ever having to ask themselves if they can really afford to save a loved one’s life?
His slate proves it: Aidan Gillen is one of the most hard working, consistently in-demand Irish actors in the world.
It appears some Irish politicians want to ride the current wave of resurgent right-wing populism.
His story is an Irish one. He made the emigrant’s journey and suffered the Tir na n’Og forfeit known to all Irish travelers.
"86 percent of those polled said they believed that the Catholic Church should have no role in maternity services."
Who would have thought that the people who would most end up yearning for a past that can never be attained again would be them and not us?
For decades, one descendant of the Irish Famine dead has been fighting for a proper commemoration, all because it’s “the right thing to do.”
“We have a building in Dublin, but we’re interested in telling the full Irish experience... I think that’s exciting. I think that’s where Ireland is right now.”
Is there a need for a national debate about a new way forward for the Irish language?
If you want to know what the future is going to look like in the United States, book an airline ticket.
In Ireland for decades we have had a language keeper (the school teacher) and the recipients (their captive pupils). Worse, it’s an exam subject for most of us and, worse again, it’s taught like one.
She's seen as a hero in Ireland, but Bill Donohue is attacking Catherine Corless as a credential-lacking charlatan for her tireless Tuam mother and baby home research.
How will they raise their own girls to respect equality, when their vote already speaks for itself?
"The past two decades have provided us with unforgettable opportunities to take a cold hard look at ourselves, including the kind of society we created."
The Origin Theatre Company will mark its 15th year of operation in May with a gala celebration bringing stars of the stage and screen together under one roof.
Historic film of old Ireland from 1934 (VIDEO)
The legends surrounding the beautiful Cliffs of Moher (PHOTOS)
The wild and wonderful County Donegal (PHOTOS)
Top ten Irish movies of all time named by TimeOut (VIDEOS)
The horrific tale of a Mayo village's death during the Great Famine
Accidental Irish leader Enda Kenny exits with real class
North American visitors to Ireland up 25 percent in 2017
JFK’s daughter and grandchildren remember his legacy on 100th birthday
Great American Irish Festival
New York-New Belfast Conference 2017