Its shadow still falls over us five decades later. In his new book Unintended Consequences, author Ray O'Hanlon examines how and why and asks what can the Irish do next?
A riveting new production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, starring Ireland's Jessie Buckley and The Crown's Josh O'Connor as the pair of doomed young lovers, was filmed in the midst of a pandemic. You can catch it now on the PBS app.
The only fix is a national government-funded campaign to build affordable, desirable neighborhoods - and a total ban on vulture funds.
Instead of preventing a border poll, the selection of Poots as DUP leader would hasten one.
Liam Neeson's latest hit The Marksman is a modern-day Western that will turn all your presumptions on their head.
Irish author Donal Ryan's new novel explores what happens when tradition and modernity collide in rural Ireland in the 1970s.
New Irish horror flick Boys of County Hell delivers the jump scares and the dark laughs in an enormously confident new film you shouldn't miss.
Ireland needs to have the long-postponed discussion about what sort of society it wants to be in the decades ahead.
Some of Arlene Foster's DUP colleagues were reportedly "bitterly disappointed" that she abstained from a recent vote on gay conversion therapy.
Deadly Cuts is about to make a serious play for one of your top five Irish comedies.
Catherine Corless recently told Irish politicians that she "naively" thought that the Irish State would take immediate action on the Tuam Mother and Baby Home.
Like the Titanic once built by its forefathers, Northern Ireland is a place forever sinking under icebergs of its own making.
Belfast-born Laura Donnelly and Dublin-born Ann Skelly star in HBO's new The Nevers.
Democrats should be pressuring the GOP relentlessly every day for apologies and affirmations.
You may have read that New York state last week approved adult use of recreational marijuana. As so often in America, it came down to cash.
Arlene Foster, Northern Ireland's First Minister, has no doubt who's responsible for the loyalist mayhem and peace-threatening violence on the streets of Belfast this week: Sinn Féin.
Space really is the final frontier and we'd better hope it leads to more satisfying outcomes for humanity than the cast of Colin Farrell's new movie Voyagers discover.
The Irish Rep deserves fulsome praise for being the only working theatre in New York throughout the pandemic.
"In 2015 the promise of that old, mad Easter Rising finally meant something to me. I was finally free, I was finally equal."
A review of the true-crime book Northern Heist by Richard O'Rawe.
“We knew the world needed a story of hope and believe that the resurrection story is the biggest hope story there ever."
The DUP's demands have never been subtle, usually amounting to give us everything we want - or else.
"I have lived in New York since 1999 and I have never felt the place as physically threatening as it currently is."
There have been so many stories during the pandemic about the comfort provided by families - this isn't one of them.
The mindless slaughter will continue as long as private profit matters more to us than human loss.
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Ireland and its music explored in new US PBS TV show
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TUNE IN: Irish music live stream from Donegal this Saturday!
British nationalists' sickening support for soldier accused of Troubles murder must stop
Dropkick Murphys release special Mother's Day tribute song with Boston Pops
COVID live updates: No deaths reported on island of Ireland today