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.
First-ever human interest interview was with a grieving Irish famine mother
Your ancestors were very likely undocumented immigrants, too.
St. Patrick's Day's value to the Irish American community is undeniable, so should it be a public holiday in the United States?
Did Saint Patrick banish all the snakes from Ireland? It turns out the story is a bit more complicated than that.
This Irish scone recipe uses Irish-made Kerrygold butter to ensure your scones are light, crumbly, and moist!
St. Patrick's Day is almost here! Here are our top picks for the best apps for your phone to get you in the spirit.
Potatoes and Kerrygold? A match made in heaven! A quick and easy recipe for some seriously delicious potatoes, crisped to perfection with aged cheddar.
How did you celebrate St. Patrick's Day?
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.