Debbie McGoldrick is Senior Editor of the Irish Voice newspaper, where she has worked since 1991.
Her writings cover politics, immigration and community issues. She is also the editor of the Voice’s annual Irish Legal 100 and Irish Education 100 issues.
U2 were in the capital for a concert, and Bono took the opportunity to schedule meetings with legislators to push for continued U.S. funding for global anti-poverty initiatives.
Ricky Gervais played Belfast a few months back, and on last Saturday he finally brought his current world tour to Dublin, where he made ISIS and IRA comparisons and apparently brought the house down with laughter.
Through the outcome of elections held earlier this month by the New York City St. Patrick’s Day board of directors was at first unclear, sources close to the parade confirm that Sean Lane will serve as vice chairman.
A new rom-com called 'Hampstead' is set to be released starring Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson
Happy news for Bob Geldof as daughter Pixie marries.
A leading Irish figure in the Boston community has been arrested and held for deportation in a move that has shocked the Irish community in the city.
A cousin of the famed Rooney family of Pittsburgh is seeking a seat on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, after spending close to 15 years in private practice.
Can an Irish party be fun without a fully stocked bar? Absolutely, say members of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association.
Just one year after launching an Irish “birthright” program aimed at bringing young Irish Americans to Ireland for a summer camp, the Irish government has canceled the program for 2017.
The famous singer has said Ireland is toxic for her well-being, and she is on the mend in New York.