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Craic Fest 2021 - which will be available virtually this month - features a number of Irish short films to tune into!
"Failing to account for the many factors that go into any such disturbances all but guarantees a misunderstanding of both the past and the present."
Like last year, St. Patrick's Day is set to take on a very different form as the pandemic lingers.
As we begin to discern an end to this terrible pandemic, it's important to reflect on what happened to us all. On where we were and how we got there.
What happens when four random men all named Paul O'Sullivan meet on Facebook?
Fredrick Gilbert is accused of contacting a woman in Ireland and pretending to be her brother who had been living in New York City in order to swindle her out of thousands of dollars.
The New York Tenors (Daniel Rodriguez, Andy Cooney, and Christopher Macchio) will stream a live benefit concert from March 12 - 14.
The St. Pat’s for All parade, always based in Sunnyside, Queens, will step off virtually this Sunday, March 7, at 2 pm EST.
Paul McCartney and Paul Muldoon are teaming up for the ambitious "The Lyrics" project.
Brave Irish cancer campaigner Vicky Phelan has revealed that she has reason to feel "positive" about a treatment program she is undergoing in the U.S.
An air of despondency descended on the country here last week after the taoiseach's latest address to the nation about Covid.
Ireland is facing another Brexit headache after it emerged that the country's share of a $6 billion EU fund to boost the economies of member states may have to be paid back.
Bryan Cranston, star of Your Honor on Showtime, says that his great, great, great, great grandparents came from Armagh.
An Australian account from 1849 tells the horrors that four girls, possibly Irish orphans, faced aboard the Ramilies ship.
The division of the island is on the front burner again as many nationalists and republicans demand a border poll as allowed in the Good Friday Agreement.
An Irish hymn as Gaelige for St. Patrick's Day. Ag Críost an Síol is an Irish song to remember this year that deeply reconnects us all to something from the Emerald Isle.
While the health crisis, the presidential election, and the Capitol riots have knocked immigration out of the news of late, expect it to come roaring back.
Imagine the population of the city of Atlanta, all 524,000 residents, succumbing to a virus, and you have a snapshot of what has happened in America with Covid.
New York’s Irish community is mourning the sudden death of 17-year-old Sarah Lynch, a cherished daughter, sister, Irish musician, and athlete who was killed in a car accident.
"If they can't come together and produce a harmonious society in the North, how can anyone think they can make reunification work?"
The AOH's "Sean Graham Bookmakers Atrocity" webinar on Feb 28 will feature Mark Sykes, Billy McManus, and special guest Andree Murphy on behalf of Relatives for Justice.
Ireland's Licensed Vintners Association says the extended hours are a move in the right direction.
Arlene Foster, leader of the DUP and First Minister of Northern Ireland, is to mount a legal challenge against the so-called Northern Ireland Protocol.
Some scientists believe Ireland could reopen by summer if a zero-Covid strategy is implemented.
British media ire over clash between Martin McGuinness Peace Foundation and World Poetry Day.
The evolution of St. Patrick’s Day - why we celebrate
St. Patrick's real name was actually Maewyn Succat
Popular Irish boy names as Gaeilge perfect for anybody born during Seachtain na Gaeilge
An American woman's first impressions of the famous Irish mammy
COVID live updates: Six deaths reported between Ireland and Northern Ireland
The one green thing you shouldn't eat for St. Patrick’s Day
TUNE IN: Trinity explores the history of the Irish pub for St Patrick’s Day
Weird and wonderful facts about St. Patrick and March 17
Blowing up Nelson’s Pillar and the fate of Nelson’s head
Mary Robinson, the woman who changed Ireland