We Irish should all feel so proud of ourselves today and every day for that matter.
IrishCentral contributor James Hoctor considers the controversy surrounding the ‘Púca of Ennistymon’ statue crafted by sculptor Aidan Harte.
Gabriel Byrne brings Irish heart and soul to the utterly gripping sci-fi series War Of The Worlds (season two recently dropped on Epix)
Pursuing the truth about what happened on July 31, 1975, with a passion for justice and peace for everyone affected by the Troubles.
The idea that a major media company actually has to justify its publication of a memoir by a former vice president is nearly as lame as, well, most of what Mike Pence is shoveling these days.
Trump didn't represent the American Dream, he represented its shadow side, the one that sits on a crock of gold like an overfed leprechaun and gives a middle finger to his critics all over the world.
Trump's far-right supporters have come closer than they ever have before to seizing power, and they have been energized by the experience, not chastened.
Ireland has grabbed the mantle of good sense and sensibility when it comes to vaccination.
Dublin is becoming multi-cultural and cosmopolitan, for better or for worse, thanks to immigration.
"The sting of such a major pedophile scandal will penetrate very deeply into the Irish establishment."
A new book by a former British Ambassador to Ireland reveals shocking examples of Margaret Thatcher’s ignorance on Irish issues.
Maginn stood up for the rights of poor Catholics and that is why his legacy matters, Turlough McConnell writes.
If you think fairies are a mere relic of Ireland’s mythological past, you are very much mistaken.
Review: "Containing more dramatic hooks than a bait and tackle shop, the first ten minutes of The Deceived set the tone for this delightfully overheated and over-the-top caper..."
For National Ice Cream Month Cahir O'Doherty remembers the HB Ice Cream of his youth in the 1980s.
With the Olympic Games kicking off, we cast an eye over Ireland's medal hopefuls.
Disinformation on social media is killing people, Biden said bluntly last week in answer to a reporter’s question on the White House lawn. He's right.
Niall O'Dowd, on his first visit home to Ireland since the pandemic, marvels at the heatwave captivating the country.
Climate change is busy reshaping the planet's weather patterns.
The thousands who were maimed and brutalized during the Troubles in Northern Ireland are "being written out of history."
"The sad fact is, you can’t abolish ignorance, and trying to do so only makes you look like a smarty-pants know-it-all. Which is bad enough."
Niall O'Dowd was on the first full Aer Lingus flight from New York to Dublin this week as entry requirements in Ireland were finally rolled back.
IrishCentral Contributor Katherine Simmons reminiscences about waitressing as a teen at Irish bar and restaurant Rosie O'Grady's in NYC in the 80s.
On this day, July 20, in 1969, Neil Armstrong took "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Ireland watched from afar with bated breath.
Do the Irish simply turn to their creativity rather than pick apart their own psyche?
These are the Irish songs to get the party started
Danny Boy: The history behind Ireland's most famous ballad
WATCH: Dublin choir’s mesmerizing rendition of ancient Irish song
COVID live updates: More than 8.1 million vaccines administered on island of Ireland
Popular Irish girl names as Gaeilge
Rebels, emigrants, POTUS! We Irish should be proud
Irish "hidden gem" is one of the most photographed trails in the world
Catholic family forced to move out of east Belfast estate after loyalist threat
Killashee Hotel - end your Irish vacation with a spot of glamor
Pittsburgh Irish Festival announces line-up for event's 30th celebration