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Documentary production “The Hunger” invites audience to see various causes of the Irish Famine and how it still happens today.
1916 Easter Rising leader’s letter is expected to fetch up to $1.68 million at auction in November.
On this day in 1979 I was standing in Dublin’s Phoenix Park staring intently in an upwards direction. So were the other 999,999 people around me.
We take a look back at the Pontiff's trip to Ireland, thirty seven years ago today.
Bridget Deignan was hanged for murder in New Brunswick in 1867. After 149 years, she has finally been declared not guilty.
The Easter Rising documents have been published on several websites, including the National Archives of Ireland.
Rare footage shows an Ireland long since gone.
An excerpt from Garvan Grant’s “True(ish) History of Ireland.”
Without his choirmaster, John McCormack may have become an excise officer.
The aviation pioneer James Fitzmaurice died on this day in 1965.
Former member of the president’s security team allegedly told Stone the true killer on his deathbed.
This year we celebrate the 291st anniversary of the man who invented the black stuff.
A small triangular piece of property in Washington, D.C. is the site of a statute of Irish patriot Robert Emmet, who was executed 213 years ago this week after his failed uprising against British rule.
“I knew they’d get one of us, I thought it would be me.”
The Irish Republic is a precious thing won by the sacrifices of Irish people, yourselves alone.
This week would be an appropriate time of year to raise a glass to Robert Emmet, especially if you happened to be in Dublin’s Brazen Head Pub.
Volunteers and donations are needed to assist in the planting of one thousand daffodil bulbs and 1,000 multi-colored tulip bulbs at the Marine Hospital Quarantine Cemetery on Staten Island.
Otto Humbert and family, owners of the Queen’s Hotel in Cobh, hid from Irish rioters in wine cellar before fleeing.
Two plaques mark the site of a scene of terror as Irish rebels fought for freedom in 1916 and 1920.
Reflecting at the end of year on the most inspiring and influential Irish American figures.
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