Cahir O'Doherty is the longtime Arts Editor and Features Writer for The Irish Voice, Irish America magazine and IrishCentral.com. He has reported on the culture, politics, and heritage of Irish America for over a decade.
Cahir is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Ulster.
In 2015 Cahir was awared the Silver Blogger of the Year award at Ireland's Digital Media Awards.
"Colette" is still France's most widely read female writer, and as the new film starring Kiera Knightley makes clear, she's also a feminist icon who has plenty to say to our own times.
Women who publicly accuse powerful men of abuse are forced to make a gamble that no one ever should.
Few people have done more to change the face of modern Ireland over the last half-century than our former president Mary Robinson.
Lizzie Borden took an axe, the eerie old rhyme starts, and we all know what happened next. But how many of us know what happened to Borden before she ever picked it up?
A venue as heralded as New York's The Dead Rabbit requires a DJ to match the top shelf service and ambiance, so step forward Kenny Mathieson.
This week I had a laugh I wasn't expecting when it was announced that Colin Kaepernick would become the face of the latest Nike advertising campaign.
Sarah Street, a New York-based actor who's originally from Cork, is a founding member of the latest Irish and American theatre company producing important new Irish and British writing and making waves around town
It would be nice to go to school or the movies or the mall again in America without wondering whether you'll survive it, wouldn't it?
This the second book in the planned series (the first was "The Library at the Edge of the World") by bestselling author Felicity Hayes-McCoy, set in the fictional but still utterly recognizable Finfarran peninsula in the west coast of Ireland
Is The Little Stranger a dark meditation on the deadly cost of social exclusion? Or is it a well-told ghost story that wants nothing more than to scare you whilst it reaches its conclusion?