Ireland's vibrant culture - from Irish customs and traditions, language, music, art, film and literature, Irish cuisine, and more.
The Irish Fest Summer School registration is open and anyone in the world can sign-up and join their range of online Irish-themed classes.
Jarlath Regan's Irishman Abroad Podcast has some great new content this week, from the Olympics, to an Irish NBA prospect Aidan Igiehon, to a bookstore in Letterfrack.
Jack B Yeats' painting won a silver medal at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. He holds the honor of being Ireland's first medalist at the Olympic Games.
A sweet and delicious recipe from Irish chef, restauranteur and television presenter Clodagh McKenna's cookbook, 'Homemade'.
Keep these Irish blessings in mind for your nearest and dearest friendships.
Henry Ford, the maker of the Model T and the man behind the development of the assembly line technique of mass production, had strong Irish links.
Naíscoil na Seolta was due to open in Braniel Primary School in East Belfast this September but has now decided to relocate elsewhere.
The 1962 Irish documentary 'Blessing the Aer Lingus Fleet' looks at the Irish airline's unique blending of Catholicism and technology.
Brendan Ward, the famous New York-based Irish musician, radio host, and travel agent, died at his daughter’s home in Rochester, New York on Saturday, July 24.
The Great Irish Fair is returning on Saturday, September 25th and is ready to welcome Irish music, dance, and Irish products to Coney Island, New York.
Visit the brewery that combines over 260 years of Irish brewing experience with American beer creativity.
The Irish have always had the gift of the gab and love to tell a good story so it's little wonder that they've made some brilliant movies over the years.
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Calton unveiled the "Tower of Silence" memorial in a ceremony on Sunday, July 25, paying tribute to the estimated one million people who perished during the Great Hunger.
"In the "Star Trek" universe Ireland had enjoyed a unified existence for more than 300 years.
Today (July 28, 2021) is the National Milk Chocolate Day and we all know what the best milk chocolate in the world is.... Cadbury's of course!
"I was born in Belfast between the mountain and the gantries, To the hooting of lost sirens and the clang of trams: Thence to Smoky Carrick in County Antrim."
An extract from the new book "Arise And Go: W.B. Yeats and the People and Places That Inspired Him" by Kevin Connolly.
Emily Ratajkowski's sponsorship of the Bantry Basketball Club will help the teams buy new kits and cover training expenses.
There are many quiet corners of Ireland that provide the perfect setting for meditation and reflection.
Conamara Láir, a Gaeltacht community on the west coast of Galway, has launched a campaign hoping to entice families and remote workers to relocate.
A new book by a former British Ambassador to Ireland reveals shocking examples of Margaret Thatcher’s ignorance on Irish issues.
Happy Birthday to George Bernard Shaw, the only person to have won both an Oscar and a Nobel Prize in Literature.
The rocky, uninhabited Co Kerry island was used as a location in two Star Wars movies, "The Force Awakens" and "The Last Jedi."
Florence Pugh plays an English nurse in 'The Wonder,' a post-Famine era movie filming in Ireland this summer.
Irish musician Dan Murphy, frontman for Hermitage Green, blew the Chicago-based news station WGN away with his mad beatboxing harmonica skills.
The best Irish movies of all time
Little known tale of generous Turkish aid to the Irish during the Great Hunger
Jackie Kennedy's Doctor Feelgood shot her up before she met Queen
COVID live updates: Three new deaths in Northern Ireland today
Irish barman singing The Rare Auld Times will make your day
Irish blessings and sayings for International Day of Friendship
Mother, 29, charged with murder of baby son in Ardoyne area of Belfast
Irishman Abroad takes on the Olympics, chats with the "Irish Hulk"
How Jack B Yeats' “Liffey Swim” won an Olympic medal in 1924