How you feel about yourself can have a real impact on your country. No, hear me out, it really can. Everything connects. Your personal psychology affects your group psychology after all. Some psychologists call it the Starbucks factor.
This month The Irish Repertory Theatre in Manhattan are staging two Brian Friel one-act plays that explore love and the tales people tell themselves to make sense of their lives. It's the hottest new ticket off-Broadway.
Three British soldiers will be called for the first time to give evidence in person to an inquiry into the deaths of 10 people 47 years ago in west Belfast into what is known as the Ballymurphy massacre.
Irish New Yorker Nollaig Cleary was severely overweight for most of her life, but now she’s a half-marathon runner who has lost 130 pounds and counting. She tells all about her remarkable weight loss journey.
In "A Private War" Irish actor Jamie Dornan plays a journalist who risks his own life to bring us the truth about the war in Syria, in a triumphant new film that is a timely reminder of the enduring value of the free press.
Top athletes and actors, as well as leading personalities in other careers, have asked the Irish government to defend the rights of citizens north of the border and to attempt to end the uncertainty of Brexit and the deadlocked power-sharing agreement.
It's doubtful you will ever see a more perfectly realized production of Irish playwright Samuel Beckett's signature play "Waiting For Godot" than the one that's currently being presented by Galway's celebrated Druid theatre at the Lincoln Center's White Light Festival this week.