“People were so, so grateful. We saw houses reduced to shacks. Rubble all over the place. Our donations were gratefully accepted.”
Community-based, not for profit cultural event celebrates the rich Irish American heritage of the lower Hudson Valley
You could win two tickets to Ireland! We want you to help us learn about the views and values of Irish in the USA.
Maine residents with Irish DNA can donate towards the Maine Gaeltacht Project, which is hoping to link Maine Irish with their Co. Galway ancestry.
Spectacular Irish dance videos advocate positive change, raise awareness of worthy causes and tell inspiring stories.
McLean Avenue in Yonkers remains a vibrant hub of Irish activity which will be on full display this Saturday.
The death toll rises to over 200 as Mexico is hit by a second earthquake in less than a month.
Official sources are absent from news stories on suicide and suicide prevention published in Ireland
12 large-scale portraits of people who live and work in the long politically and religiously contested city of Jerusalem go on display
September 17 is here and we’re ready to celebrate halfway to St. Patrick’s Day.
First-ever matchmaking festival in East Durham is hoping to sprinkle some love dust on modern-day singletons looking for a mate.
Irish childhood friends mark milestone - the grand opening of the first ever Charles Bukowski themed bar in New York.
Irish dance and music fill the Ford Amphitheater, at Coney Island Boardwalk, in Brooklyn today as we join the celebrations at the 36th Annual Great Irish Fair of New York.
Thousands of volunteers give their time to make GAA the success it is - ahead of the Croke Park final Guinness celebrated their hard work.
Wendy a GAA secretary from Derry says "You need the fire in your belly and the passion for the GAA to do what we do."
Creative Ireland is a new Irish initiative to promote culture, creativity, and well-being. Read more about what's happening in Co. Monaghan.
Trade union leaders of Americare unashamedly tough ambassadors of labor who are wholly fearless when it comes to facing down the juggernaut forces roiling workers’ rights across the US.
“Knowing that we knew the people who were there and knowing where the planes hit. Quite a few people that I had known personally, I knew that they were above that and that they worked on the higher floors."
It's estimated that perhaps one-sixth of the dead were in some way “Irish.” On the 16th anniversary, we remember them and the other victims of the WTC attack.
It’s just over a year since I first entered O’Hara’s Pub on Cedar Street in the heart of New York’s Financial District.
It’s hoped the iconic Quiet Man train station’s renovation will rejuvenate tourists’ interest in the north Galway parish of Ballyglunin.
"Are those the names of all the people who died?”
Celebrating the everyday GAA volunteer willingly to give their time in communities across Ireland all year round not just for the All-Ireland!
Irish America magazine celebrated their 2017 Healthcare & Life Sciences 50, honoring some of the most accomplished figures working in healthcare and science today.
“The devastation,” Consul General Adrian Farrell said, “is probably worse than what you’re seeing in the media. People now need help more than ever.”
Irish farmers don’t want Donald Trump to visit but Paddy’s Day A-Okay
Tullamore D.E.W. Irish whiskey launches stunning campaign inspired by the history of ‘No Irish Need Apply’
American and returning emigrant drivers discriminated against in Ireland
Welcoming the autumnal equinox at one of Ireland’s most magical ancient sites
After 37 years a peace wall dividing communities comes down in Belfast
Bono should refuse George W Bush award and apologize to Donald Trump
U2's Bono to be honored with inaugural George W. Bush Medal of Distinguished Leadership
Move back to Ireland proved a complete nightmare for this returning emigrant
New York Irish supplies delivered safely to Hurricane Irma battered Texas
Irish Mammy’s website lists Irish baby girl names – what do you think?