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Follow along James Joyce's famous 'Ulysses' with these Dublin landmarks on June 16, Bloomsday.
This Father's Day, make your dad a delicious breakfast of grilled steak and eggs with beer and molasses.
Irish novelist James Joyce often referenced food in his writings so what would the writer of the book 'Ulysses' have eaten today?
The world Leopold and Stephen reconstruct resolves civilization from Irish and Jewish perspectives that are grounded in old learning traditions that Joyce teaches us to respect together.
Watch famous Dublin writers revel in their own, slightly disastrous, Bloomsday tour.
For the Irish in New York City there is relief in sight, and it comes in the shape of Myers of Keswick.
Indulge in this delicious recipe for cookies, including three of our favorite things: chocolate, Guinness, and Baileys Irish cream.
‘The Nightingale,’ director Jennifer Kent’s new film about an Irish convict in Tasmania, is stirring up controversy with it's graphic rape and violence scenes.
Bloomsday 2019 is almost upon us. How will you be celebrating June 16? Will it be as wild and busy as St Patrick's Day?
Joyce could hardly have imagined the popularity of his novel "Ulysses" celebrated throughout the world this June 16.
"I remember making it growing up and to this day still swoon at the smell of it coming out of the oven."
What could be better than a Guinness Irish stew? This hearty Irish meal is sure to remind any Irish person of their home and childhoods.
IrishCentral has narrowed down our favorite treats to spoil all the Dads this Father’s Day.
Dermot McEvoy takes a look at the many Dublin addresses of famous Irish writer James Joyce.
Happy Father’s Day to all of you mean, abusive, drunkard, petty and cruel dads.
Premium Irish whiskey, Writers’ Tears to provide financial and other support to Dublin city center pharmacy featured in James Joyce's’ Ulysses which is under threat of closure from rising rent
Dublin poet and spoken-word artist Dublin Wade has released a short film in honor of James Joyce and his seminal masterpiece Ulysses.
This Sunday June 16 is Father's Day, but Irish scholars know that it's also Bloomsday, the annual literary celebration named after Leopold Bloom, the hero of James Joyce's most famous novel Ulysses
Looks like Chris O’Dowd might team for a third time with Melissa McCarthy, his Bridesmaids, and St. Vincent co-star, for another film, this one called The Starling
Pints of Guinness and Irish whiskeys aren't the only Irish favorites when it comes to popular Irish drinks. We take a look at some of the other weird and wonderful popular brews that get the Irish taste buds flowing.
The People’s Guitarist the County Donegal Irish blues star was modest, passionate and all about the music and his Fender Strat.
This interactive story map lets you travel the Ireland of Joyce, Yeats, Swift, Shaw, Wilde and many more.
James Joyce's 'Ulysses' is brought into the 21st century as the virtual reality Joycestick game is developed at Boston College
While Bloomsday is a time to celebrate the genius of James Joyce, it is also time to appreciate the achievement of getting through the difficulty that is the novel, Ulysses
Was your maiden name O'Neill or you had an O'Neill grandparent? We also want to hear from you.
Exploring the Liberties, Dublin's best-kept secret
Irish apple crumble cake recipe is the ideal dessert
Indulgent recipe for chocolate Guinness cookies with Baileys frosting
Irish Guinness Stew: recipe for the ultimate comfort food
Homesick for the food of Ireland? You'll find all your favorites in this NY shop
Bloomsday: These are the Dublin spots featured in James Joyce's 'Ulysses'
Was it genocide? What the British ruling class really said about the Irish Famine
Children killed in 1916 Easter Rising finally remembered with commemorative garden
Bloomsday: The meals James Joyce would have enjoyed
Remembering all the dads in our life this Father's Day
James Joyce brings the Irish and the Jews together in 'Ulysses'