Sally Rooney is "the latest in a line of Irish female writers who have gone out and conquered the world," but she could use a bit of "Binchy humor."
"Police departments already in crisis from high numbers of infections and transmissions, are now fighting the vaccine mandates through their police unions."
"If we want a disability service that delivers for those that need us then it requires action at a political level."
Colin Powell "will stand out as one of the great American success stories, a man who overcame prejudice to attain some of the highest offices in the land."
A review of "Sorry for Your Trouble: The Irish Way of Death" by Ann Marie Hourihane.
"It’s a lot harder to regulate the crazy people out there who believe these lies, and need these lies, and desperately need to believe all these crazy lies."
We are living in the moment between our nation being profoundly changed and a good percentage of voters trying to do something radical to stop it.
Beloved Irish poet Seamus Heaney won the Nobel Prize for Literature in October 1995. Here's a look at some of his most impactful poems.
A reaction to two of Ireland's biggest issues - the recent corporate tax hikes and the ongoing demands from mica homeowners for 100% redress.
It is not fanciful to say that men like Paddy Moloney saved Irish traditional music from disappearing.
"Black Mountain and Other Stories": "Adams is that rare revolutionary who can write humor as well as pathos and poignancy."
A huge row has developed after Irish best-selling author Sally Rooney refused to allow an Israeli publisher to handle the Hebrew translation of her latest novel.
Did Irish monk St. Brendan set foot on American soil nine hundred years before Christopher Columbus set sail?
If President Joe Biden had the luck of the Irish for his first six months in office it has certainly deserted him in recent weeks.
If you enjoyed 'The Many Saints of Newark,' you might want to check out the Italian Mass at St. Lucy's in Newark - said by Fr Paul Donohue.
Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan gets to speak for himself in his new biography, written with Richard Balls.
Thousands of protestors today descend upon Dublin demanding 100% redress, no less, for their crumbling mica homes.
IrishCentral founder Niall O'Dowd pays tribute to Irish Voice and IrishCentral columnist John Spain, who steps down after a long 34-year career.
Donegal man Joe McCarron's COVID death highlights how social media amplifies alternative facts.
October 8, 1921, was when the Irish and British negotiators of the Anglo-Irish Treaty were named. Michael Collins feared the worst when De Valera refused to go.
What do you do when you have the muscle memory of an Empire, but no Empire? Brexit Britain is teaching us - and themselves - now.
It has been my privilege to be a voice from home for Irish America for so long.
Why are American-born descendants of Diaspora Irish so tenacious about identifying with their homeland, even when their connections are generations distant?
Dr. Kevin Cahill recounts in his book how Archbishop of New York Terence Cardinal Cooke wielded his influence to support an AIDS symposium.
Living in a landscape of light and darkness, it was easy for us to believe the living could encounter the dead on certain nights.
8 reasons to press the Green Button and get back to Ireland
COVID live updates: Only 11 ICU beds available in Ireland as hospitalizations rise
The infamous murder of an Irish beauty, Colleen Bawn
3,000-year-old baby skeleton discovered at the Irish birthplace of Halloween
Paul McCartney's Irish roots
How to have the best, spookiest Halloween of your life in Ireland
Saoirse Ronan’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth” a smash hit in London
Sally Rooney is no Maeve Binchy
Yikes! These early 20th century Halloween costumes are horrifying
Tentative or total returns to Irish theatre in New York coming
Late-night revelers rejoice as Irish nightclubs return