Conall McGonagle, a Galway native and managing director and COO/CFO of the U.S. offices of a major European bank, has been named CFO and treasurer of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade by a vote of the Parade Board of Directors.
Brian O’Dwyer has been an Irish American community leader for decades and intends to continue his good works as he swaps old titles for new responsibilities. Debbie McGoldrick speaks to O’Dwyer about his past work, and what he looks forward to in the future.
Linda McEvatt, one of the founding members of the Irish Immigration Reform Movement (IIRM) in the 1980s, who worked tirelessly to secure legal status for the undocumented Irish at the time, died suddenly on July 12.
What if you discovered, after decades of family birthdays, anniversaries and holidays, that your mother and father were not your real parents? Documentary film director Sharon Lawless has profiled the lives of Irish people who have made just that shocking discovery.
In our unique heatwave, there is a growing shortage of water nationally but, by heavens, there is no scarcity at all of midsummer craic and festivalia. A real lava of levity and laughter and pure joy at about every level.
From Harry Potter and The Cursed Child to Derry Girls, Olivier Award winning, Tony nominated Belfast born actor Anthony Boyle, 24, has already made a name for himself before he hits his first quarter century.