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Irish hurling will return to Boston's Fenway Park with a four-team tournament for the Players Champions Cup this November.
Get to know the real Ireland and its people. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Ireland's villages.
Mary "Typhoid" Mallon is infamous in New York as the Irish immigrant who spread typhoid in affluent houses across the city. Is she one of the ghosts on North Brother Island?
Happy birthday to The Boss! Bruce Springsteen's great-great-great-grandfather left Ireland for New Jersey in 1853.
His music, for 40 years, has pretty much bled red, white and blue rather than green, white and gold. Still, why are some people shocked to learn about Bruce Springsteen’s Irish and Catholic roots?
The MMA star has launched his new whiskey called Proper No. Twelve.
The village of Ardagh in West Limerick will be a hive of activity over the next couple of weekends as its inhabitants celebrate the 150th anniversary of the discovery the Ardagh Chalice.
In Ireland, history is everywhere. But in some places, there is an especially strong connection with the past.
Celebrate Hobbit Day by learning about the links between Ireland and The Lord of The Rings
The designer of the Riverdance set, Robert Ballagh, was born in Dublin on September 22, 1943.
It’s fall, it’s getting colder…It's time to get your fancy Bailey Pumpkin Spice lattes on!
IrishCentral will be streaming live from The Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday, September 22.
Irish and UK television audiences were riveted by a hard-hitting Channel Four documentary at the weekend that revisited the long-ignored massacred at the Ballymurphy estate in West Belfast in 1971.
June 21 marks the Summer Solstice in 2018 when the ancient Celts would have celebrated the longest day of the year with a local bonfire, song, and dance but what other feast days were of importance to our ancient ancestors.
EternallyIrish.com joins The Genealogy Event at Pier A, Battery Park, New York City on October 13, 2018.
"Colette" is still France's most widely read female writer, and as the new film starring Kiera Knightley makes clear, she's also a feminist icon who has plenty to say to our own times.
“Out of the Wild Sky” Halloween parade to take to the streets of Galway and Dublin, packed full of love and magic!
Carmel Winter’s "Float Like A Butterfly" has picked up its first big award, the International Federation of Film Critics Prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Orla Tinsley's incredible documentary, "Orla Tinsley Warrior", follows her harrowing journey, highs and lows before her life-changing New York surgery.
Take our money! We’re sold! Imagine the tranquility of spending time in this thatched cottage on 2.05 acres of garden in the wild and beautiful Donegal.
"Dancing With the Stars" is getting its Irish up again with the addition of Evanna Lynch to the new season which bows September 24 on ABC.
She's a member of the A-list because of her major talent as an actress, but Saoirse Ronan is also proving to be quite the fashionista.
Snakes alive! The first 2019 St Patrick's Day Parade grand marshal is chosen and you won't believe but it's an Italian.
The kind-hearted singer visited his fans who weren’t able you make it to his show, answering their questions and posing for plenty of pictures.
Notorious Mix Martial Arts champ has launched Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey in Ireland and the United States.
Prison to Irishwoman "Typhoid Mary" is New York’s most haunted island
Top sites in Ireland where history comes alive
The mystery man who went to Ireland to disappear (VIDEO)
Top picturesque historic villages in Ireland
Happy Birthday to The Boss! Bruce Springsteen has Irish roots in Co Kildare
Celebrating "The Great Gatsby" author F. Scott Fitzgerald on his birthday
Orla Kiely and husband paid over $500k as fashion empire collapses leaving workers unpaid
Irish hurling is on its way back to the famous Fenway Park
Sinead O'Connor threatens to beat up bishop occupying her church