Sheila Langan is Editor of IrishCentral and a contributor.
She previously spent three years with sister publication Irish America magazine, first as assistant editor and then in the deputy editor role.
A graduate of Bard College, she also attended Trinity College Dublin. A native New Yorker with Kerry roots, she is interested in literature, business, and good stories.
With the prevalence of ads and trailers for the clown horror movie 'It,' people with clown phobia, coulrophobia, are having a tough time. An Irish clinic is helping.
Boston man Bill FitzPatrick has found shocking examples of anti-Irish bigotry in 1800s Boston classified ads stating No Irish Need Apply.
On your next trip to Ireland, walk in the footsteps of your ancestors and connect with your Irish roots.
When it premiered in the US in 1952, Irish diplomats feared that The Quiet Man would provoke riots. Instead, the Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne film became beloved in Irish American circles.
Three IrishCentral staff members reveal the results of their Ancestry DNA tests! Who's the most Irish? Where else in the world did our ancestors come from?
Through film, painting, drawing and interviews, Belfast-born Marcus Robinson is working to create a complete portrait of the World Trade Center reconstruction and the men and women behind it.
There are many Irish links to the Brooklyn Bridge, one of New York City's most famous landmarks.
Many memorials were built after the realization that so many people would not be coming home. There are 5 in Ireland
After his run as Trump's White House Press Secretary, Spicer, a proud Irish American, is said to be considering TV gigs in Ireland and the UK, where he sees himself as immensely popular.
Here’s how to find the real-life 'Game of Thrones' filming locations in Northern Ireland.