The Irish American President would never "see Old Shannon’s face again," but he would also never be forgotten by those who witnessed his visit in June 1963.
Farrell plays a wounded Civil War soldier who doesn’t know what he’s in for.
The only good news is that, on this issue, both liberals and conservatives shoulder plenty of the blame for getting us into this linguistic mess.
Suddenly it is the middle of June. We advance sharply towards the longest day of our year. In the west, close to the serene Shannon and the silvery expanses of Lough Derg it is almost too beautiful to be true.
Where will it all end? An October election, a Labour victory and a rerun of the Brexit vote is my best guess. That is, barring any more catastrophes.
Slaney Foods International has secured a deal to supply premium specialty Irish Hereford beef to stores in the United States.
Happy news for Bob Geldof as daughter Pixie marries.
A new rom-com called 'Hampstead' is set to be released starring Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson
The DUP's contradictory shopping list.
Catholics and Protestants in Castleblayney will share the same place of worship over the next year until renovations to the town's Catholic church are completed
After all the excitement about the election of Leo Varadkar as our new taoiseach last week, it has to be said that his first week in office turned out to be a bit of a disappointment.
U2 rocked Philadelphia on their US Joshua Tree Tour.
The Qing Period Blue and White Double Gourd ceramic vase with scroll handles sold for a record price at an Irish auction
A leading Irish figure in the Boston community has been arrested and held for deportation in a move that has shocked the Irish community in the city.
"Connecting our national flag directly with the outcome of what to many of us are ugly brawls... is likely to reinforce an ancient prejudice against us."
"If you lay down with a dog, the possibility of getting fleas is greatly increased."
"I'm loving work. I think I love the work now more than I ever have. I identify, ironically, less with it."
British election followed the pattern of recent results in France and the United States where conventional wisdom was turned utterly on its head.
Review of "The Real People of Joyce’s Ulysses" by Vivien Igoe.
Brooklyn Irish author will receive the first Origin in Bloom Literary Award, a new annual Bloomsday award
Dublin-born actress who is more than equal to the task of conjuring the city in 1904 in a reading that is both profound and playful.
"It is all a magical kind of musical mystery which ye can check out for yourselves when you get over here on vacation."
In Joseph M. Hassett’s study reminds us that prejudice was at the heart of its reception from the first.
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has announced the winners its college and high school scholarship contest.
Director Nick Hamm talks about the new film that tells the riveting story of the two men and their long road to peace and reconciliation.
Best Irish pub in every state in the United States
Twitter explodes over President Trump’s “sexist” comments to female Irish journalist
Irish actor's child is missing - he asks Twitter for help
Maureen O’Hara's Cork home where she spent her last years in Ireland (PHOTOS)
The Quiet Man train station will be saved! Fundraising reaches goal
New online project will map out every ancient ring fort in Ireland
Get ready - Justin Trudeau is visiting Ireland next week
Catholic schools in Ireland can no longer require proof of baptism for admission
New favorite in race to become US Ambassador to Ireland
Why Donald Trump seems to like the Irish an awful lot