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Today marks what would be the great Carrie Fisher's 63rd birthday (Oct 21). We celebrate the wonderful actress, star of Star Wars, who we lost much too soon in 2016.
On a week when the theologian and founder of University College Dublin was canonized and Dublin council began talks to bring the literary giant Joyce's remains home, we discuss how one great influenced the other.
Concern Worldwide US's Seeds of Hope Annual Award Dinner will honor President of Microsoft US Kate Johnson and features music legend Judy Collins.
The first film, which was based on the hit television series, has been such a success that a second film has been green-lighted.
Some exciting news for Irish whiskey lovers everywhere: Egan’s Irish Whiskey has released an exclusive limited-edition whiskey.
Stuck for words? Try your tongue with some of our favorite Irish language phrases! Beatha teanga í a labhairt - the life of a language is to speak it!
She was but one among his many muses.
Miss Universe Ireland turned celebrity chef and health guru, Roz Purcell's wholesome bread is packed full of goodness.
Deliciously decadent these sweet, salty, chocolatey, caramels go perfectly with a cup of coffee
As Irish rural life declines, it's no wonder that the Irish community worldwide, find little of what they expect Ireland to be.
Seamus O’Farrell, a comedic actor direct from Ireland, recently performed at the American Irish Historical Society in New York.
Owen Luebbers proves that Irish dance championship titles aren't given, they're earned, with this "accurate" look at Irish dance practice.
Dublin councilors put forward a motion for the Irish literary giant's final wishes to be observed, and that he be exhumed from his resting place in Switzerland and buried alongside his wife in Dublin.
The medieval Narrow Water Castle in Co Down, Northern Ireland has been named as one of the best Halloween destinations in Europe.
Do you know the first US city to allow LGBTQ groups to march in its St. Patrick’s Day parade? The answer may surprise you.
If painting a blank canvas while sipping a pint of Guinness sounds like a good time, do we have news for you!
One of the first major feature films since "The Quiet Man" has just started shooting in the West of Ireland.
Blindboy Boatclub, SOAK, Pillow Queens, Soule, and Just Mustard are among the acts.
Co Meath native Paula Stokes commemorates 1845, the year the potato blight first ravaged through Ireland's crops, in a memorable new installation.
Scholars believe whiskey was brought to Ireland by Christian monks sometime between the 8th and 11th centuries.
Iconic Irish rock band headed by Phil Lynott is among the nominees for inclusion into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame class of 2020.
What would our lives be like without U2? We nearly found out back in the eighties when Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen Jr., and Adam Clayton were just starting out.
Now you can chat about skeletons, werewolves, ghosts and banshees in the Irish native tongue.
The biggest jump on views was on the day Dolores O’Riordan died.
Pageantry, expenses, and corruption: more than 96 percent of respondents feel the world of competitive Irish dancing is in need of reform.
Vote for this Dublin museum as the World’s Leading Tourist Attraction
WB Yeats married Georgie Hyde-Lees on this day in 1917
Recalling the ancient traditions of Irish funerals this Halloween season
Carrie Fisher was proud of her Irish roots
Black Irish Identities: The complex relationship between Irish and African Americans
Yoga not suitable for Irish Catholics says bishop, also attacks mindfulness
Irish American father who survived in his car for a week after crash passes away
Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention awarded major federal grant
Ireland may get snow this week as temperatures are set to plummet
Same-sex marriage and abortion set to become legal in Northern Ireland tonight
Why is Trump betraying our allies and rewarding our enemies?