"The pandemic and Trump both lifted a rock and we got a good look at what lies under it."
Craic Fest goes virtual this year with film premieres and discussions beginning March 4.
The world is watching and waiting for the DUP to catch up and honor its own commitments.
Some great mysteries will never be solved. What happened to the crew of the Mary Celeste? Who killed Tupac? What really happened at Area 51? And how does Jamie Dornan choose his major film roles?
Donald Trump prepares for a record second impeachment hearing in the Senate after the Capitol riots on Jan. 6.
Sarah Crossan's "Here is the Beehive" is a moving and often unnerving exploration of intimacy and its unexpected costs.
"To be associated with the female, as I was then for my orientation, was still the worst thing that could happen to a man as late as the 1990s."
Craic Fest 2021 is going virtual with online screenings of Irish films Arracht, Endless Sunshine on a Cloudy Day, Rose Plays Julie, and more.
In the pantheon of sports stars, trailblazing Irish American boxer John L. Sullivan is undeniably our Zeus, the big daddy of them all.
Does Ed Burns's new six-episode TV show "Bridge and Tunnel" rock out like the music of the era it's set in?
One year after the start of the pandemic in the United States, are we ready to face up to the horrors we lived through yet?
James Joyce's "Ulysses" was famously the focus of an obscenity trial in the US.
Donald Trump has banned from Twitter for inciting the Capitol riots on January 6.
When an ex-marine named John “Chick” Donohue resolved to show some support to the troops from home, he personally brought messages to the guys on the front lines in Vietnam in the greatest beer run ever.
Those who "minimize the Church's culpability and emphasize the families are playing bait and switch."
Conceived by Black 47's Larry Kirwan, Paradise Square looks at how Black and Irish cultures met in the Five Points in the 1860s, and then changed America.
You may think you've seen everything Liam Neeson can do with a gun and a vendetta but then along comes The Marksman.
The threat the Jan 6 Capital rioters represent to American democracy is not contained, it's growing and that's down to Donald Trump.
Donald Trump, obsessed with overturning the election result, incited a belligerent rabble to attack one of the nation's most august seats of government.
"Battered and bruised by hard experience, the joy of this film... comes from watching someone like Sandra find their way back to themselves."
Call it the MAGA insurrection of January 6, 2021. It was the most shameful act in modern American history.
With Brexit, the English government has forgotten the first rule of politics: never fall for your own propaganda.
The federal government has had since March to prepare for this moment; why has there not been a co-ordinated national approach?
2020 is almost gone. What did we learn? What were the lessons of this ghastly year?
The Irish Rep closes out 2020 with a glorious online production of 'Meet Me in St. Louis.'
Why Italians should reclaim St. Patrick's Day
Coronavirus live updates: Half a million vaccines administered in Northern Ireland
Where is the oldest St. Patrick's Day celebration in the world?
The essential St. Patrick's Day party food and drink recipes
WATCH: Riverdance bride puts on epic Irish dance show at her wedding
President Biden reflects on his Irish American pride in heartfelt letter
GAA club on remote Irish island aims to raise money for changing rooms
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Irish village covered in sea foam in rare oceanic event