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As vaccinations kick in worldwide and restrictions start to loosen it's time for Irish music and cultural events to return.
While the singer-songwriter publicizes her new book she's also bringing up some old controversial feuds.
On May 6 1882, two of the most senior British civil servants were murdered by Fenians and the news echoed around the world.
When you get your own star on Hollywood Boulevard, it's a sign that you're more than just successful. Your name has become iconic. You're a walking brand... This is Roma Downey.
Archival footage from an Irish pub features traditional Irish storytelling and song more than 40 years ago.
Contributor James Mahon chats with Oobah Butler about his rise to fame.
CJ Clancy traces the career of Irish American Oscar winner Mercedes McCambridge.
A new documentary examines the banning of the Dubliners' iconic song "Seven Drunken Nights" by Ireland's national broadcaster RTÉ due to the song's sexual content.
"Masters of the Air," a follow up miniseries to HBO’s Band of Brothers and The Pacific, is headed to Apple TV+.
Liam Neeson's latest hit The Marksman is a modern-day Western that will turn all your presumptions on their head.
Bing Crosby, the crooner famous for the Christmas tune "White Christmas," has strong Irish roots.
“When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” is one of the most recognizable and most beloved songs about the Irish that has ever been written.
Matt Damon's Irish lockdown mansion has been sold for a whopping €3.5 million ($4.2 million).
'Road-Bowling' is a County Armagh summer tradition wherein competitors throw "bullets" down rural roads with many spectators onlooking and placing bets on the winners.
Dropkick Murphys will celebrate the release of their new album 'Turn Up That Dial' with a special live stream event on Saturday, May 1- tune in here!
Mayo Day will broadcast on Saturday, 1 May at 9:30 pm GMT+1/ 4:30 pm EST on the TG4 Player which can be viewed worldwide.
For May, join IrishCentral's Book Club as we read “Exciting Times” by best-selling Irish author Naoise Dolan.
A special show tonight as The Late Late welcomes six fully vaccinated pensioners into the studio audience
On April 30, 1994, the world of Irish dance changed forever and one of the most famous Irish brands in the world, Riverdance, was unveiled.
Nicola Coughlan, the Irish star of Bridgerton, had a positively charming back and forth with Kim Kardashian on Twitter.
New Irish horror flick Boys of County Hell delivers the jump scares and the dark laughs in an enormously confident new film you shouldn't miss.
"Freedom is not a given any more. You have to fight for it."
Happy Birthday to honorary Irishman and Wicklow resident Daniel Day-Lewis.
Maurice Kiely claims he is the rightful author of "A Man and A Woman," which appeared on U2's 2004 album "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb."
Gym+Coffee has announced a significant partnership with international superstar and Irish national, Niall Horan.
Guinness releases new Baltimore-brewed Salt & Lime Ale
Cork town named one of Europe’s most beautiful small towns
Ireland's most beautiful landscape - Beara, West Cork
On This Day: Bobby Sands dies in Long Kesh after 66 day hunger strike
325 million-year-old fossil discovered in County Clare
IrishCentral Box is the perfect Mother’s Day gift
Celtic myth still hold influence on Australian baby names in 2021
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Irish American doctor writes his own epic obituary days before his death