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How you can get yourselves to Citifield for the 2019 New York Hurling Classic this Saturday, November 16.
“We feel it is important to help people look beyond Ireland as the land of shamrocks and Guinness and see it as a globally trendsetting hub for business, art, fashion and more.”
The Fan Fest schedule kicking off the New York Hurling Classic has been revealed.
Fans of the Oscar-winning actor, Anna Paquin were disappointed that the Martin Scorcese movie, The Irishman, didn't provide her character, Peggy Sheeran, with more lines.
An Irish star of the stage and screen, Cork city native Niall Tóibín has passed away, following a long illness.
Irish critic Ed Power argues that The Troubles aren't given enough attention in season three of Netflix's "The Crown."
Model turned actress Balfe really has her work cut out to keep things interesting in this lads versus lads set up.
“My Heart Will Go On” has never sounded as good.
Some highlights from IrelandWeek 2019, the biggest Irish event in Los Angeles.
Pete Townshend, whose grandfather was born in Co Cork, will be performing with The Who in Dublin next year
Irish actor Colin Farrell is in talks to play Penguin in the upcoming Batman reboot starring Robert Pattinson as Batman.
Forbes has included three celebrities with Irish links in its annual list of the top-earning dead celebrities.
The "Dublin Murders" trailer looks just as mysterious as the books and we can't wait!
There have been claims that the singer-songwriter is related to mafia hitman Frank Sheeran, but genealogist experts say otherwise.
In June the final beam was raised on the brand new Irish Arts Center in Manhattan.
2019’s Wexford Festival Opera proved why it’s a can’t-miss event for anyone visiting Ireland.
Celebrated Belfast born singer Brian Kennedy grew up in the Troubles and in recent years due to a cancer battle he successfully fought, he's faced some troubles of his own. Now he's back to take Manhattan.
This week Ireland's Druid theatre company returns to New York with Richard III, a play that's over 400 years old but that feels like it's been ripped from the headlines.
Sir Elton Hercules John CBE thinks Eli Hewson's band Inhaler are "f***ing amazing" and he told GQ he had a soft spot for U2's frontman Bono.
Finbar Furey and Mary Black lead "The Parting Glass" tribute to Gay Byrne.
Chuckie O'Brien "The Irishman" character explained.
The "Game of Thrones" boom in Northern Ireland does not appear to be slowing down, despite the recent cancellation of a prequel that was filmed there this summer.
Dublin's own Hollywood star, Colin Farrell, is selling his Los Angeles, California, home... Looking for a new gaf?
Having played a show in Dublin's 3Arena pop music icon Cher had a serious message for her fan, Ireland's leader Leo Varadkar, about the proposed Shannon LNG project, in County Kerry.
"Incident at Fort Bragg" is inspired by Irish priest Malachi Martin who reportedly performed an exorcism at the US military base.
Last chance to WIN tickets to the 2019 New York Hurling Classic
How to add an Irish twist to your Thanksgiving meal
Amazing photos from early Kennedy family trips to Ireland
Five brave Sullivan brothers died on this day in 1942
How to make your Thanksgiving turkey on the barbecue
Vulture funds and a coming "tsunami" of Irish evictions
Irish castle dating from 1450 and restored to its former glory is now for sale
A bad week for Irish media - Gay Bryne and RTE