Sheila Langan contributes native and editorial content to IrishCentral.
She previously served as IrishCentral's editor in New York for four years. Prior to this, she spent three years with sister publication Irish America magazine in the deputy editor role.
A native New Yorker with Kerry roots, Sheila is a graduate of Bard College and also attended Trinity College Dublin. She is currently pursuing her master's degree in social work at New York University.
Cannons from the Spanish ship La Juliana, which sank of the Irish coast in 1588, have been salvaged.
Irish language surname database can help you learn about the origins of your last name.
Fulmoth Kearney, Barack Obama’s Irish ancestor from Moneygall, Co Offaly, was identified and memorialized more than 130 years after his death.
This Irish scone recipe uses Irish-made Kerrygold butter to ensure your scones are light, crumbly, and moist!
This Irish recipe that uses Kerrygold cheese has our mouths watering!
On October 8, 1962, one of the world's most famous butter brands, Irish Kerrygold, was launched.
Discover some of the most historical spots in the world as we take a look at Ireland's ancient history.
This Irish song was one of Obama's 22 top favorites of the last year!
Oh Colaiste Lurgan, how do you keep making such amazing music videos?