A great son of Leitrim died a hero’s end, serving the public to his last, 70 years ago this week.
Thirty-two varieties of tea, massive Irish breakfasts, and homemade soda and brown bread.
15 to 16 June 2017 - New York - Highlighting the bridges of progress and prosperity being built between the citizens of the two great cities.
"I faced myself, the darkest places, so I am ready for anything. The whole point of why I talk about this now is I want to be a role model or an example for younger Irish guys."
New York, 1957, speech shows that John F Kennedy was not the “Union Jack” some believed.
Over a century ago people never thought the Irish would make upstanding Americans citizens.
"When not one, not two, but three spiritual leaders of America’s largest Catholic community congregated in, of all places, Naples."
Irish playwright makes an important later in life discovery: his own voice.
Baltimore and Staten Island remember the famine Irish with specially crafted famine markers.
But there’s still little evidence to link him to the killing and another suspect is said to have laughed in police officers’ faces knowing that.
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed
The tragic NYPD Irish cop who wrote one of Ireland’s best-known ballads
Remarkable film of Magdalene laundry women and nuns surfaces
How JFK snagged 1,200 Cuban cigars before the trade embargo
Why hasn’t there been a Catholic President since JFK?
Happy 100th Birthday JFK, you changed this Irish New York kid’s life forever
Irish police identify terror cell of over 12 jihadis living in Ireland
The Irish cadets who performed the final salute for JFK
Poverty-stricken Irish emigrant reveals how she came to work for Jackie Kennedy