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.
Foreign Affairs Minister and Minister of State for the Diaspora begin an intensive program of engagements in New York this week.
12 large-scale portraits of people who live and work in the long politically and religiously contested city of Jerusalem go on display
Margaret Kilkenny, an Irish chambermaid and Ida Woods, a formerly poor Irish immigrant, turned socialite and eventually reclusive hoarder
Cork-born, flame haired Irish singer, brings acclaimed solo show One: The Songs of U2 to Manhattan.
The Irish Repertory Theatre is staging a remarkably nimble examination of the cost of British colonial exploitation both to the victors and the vanquished.
Love is a serious business, and no one in post-independence Ireland understood that better than the criminally neglected playwright Teresa Deevy.
Irish star gives hard-hitting performance as a retired police investigator tracking a psychopathic serial killer in gripping new TV show.
"Mankind cannot bear very much reality, wrote T.S. Eliot. It seems that Irish society cannot bear very much truth telling, either."
Review of A Short History of Irish Traditional Music, by Gearoid O’hAllmhurain.
Eccentric Irish boarding school and its gifted teachers give us new insights into the difficult business of growing up. Cahir O'Doherty looks at the new Irish film that won raves at Sundance.