Tip Sheetby Cahir O'Doherty
- In twilight years and refusing to go quietly - 'These Halcyon Days' at The Irish Arts Center - VIDEO
- A look at books: Ireland’s growing cadre of first rate thrillers and personal essays of home
- There’s something about Mary - controversial play 'The Testament of Mary' wins Tony nod before closing early
- Review - “The Testament of Mary” and “The Nance” welcome Broadway additions
- A look at books - the Magdalene Laundries, Reverend Ian Paisley and the Irish Diaspora
Irish economist A.P. O’Malley has studied the global economy for a quarter of a century, and being Irish he also found himself compelled by it to make a life here in the U.S.
Your Irish mother was right. There are two things you need to turn a house into a home -- love and decent cooking. Get those two things right and you’re well on your way to enduring happiness.
But you don’t just become a good cook, do you? If it was easy we’d all be Julia Child, I suppose. The truth is it takes practice and a little persistence, and where you turn for help when you are starting out will make all the difference.
For a decade now the Irish Repertory Theatre in New York has made the wise decision to include at least one musical in its seasons. Usually this means spirited revivals of golden age classics, but this year they've gone for a bit of a surprise.
Donnybrook!, the rarely performed 1961 chestnut by Johnny Burke and Robert E. McEnroe, is a diverting romp based on the beloved John Ford film The Quiet Man.
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The Nice born French pastry chef became a world class chocolatier right here in New York City after challenging himself to create an exciting new dessert repertoire.
In 2009, Payard opened the François Chocolate Bar, and since then the former James Beard Foundation pastry chef of the year has been delighting new Yorkers with his chocolate and seasonal fruit menus.