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.
The new Irish romantic comedy 'Finding You' features two young Americans who meet cute on their way to Ireland.
With another strange St. Patrick's Day upon us, we are part of a tradition that lives on.
It seems appropriate that our day of national celebration has taught us some hard lessons about Irish identity.
"In the Name of Peace: John Hume in America" shows how John Hume was inspired to harness the power of Irish America to help bring peace to Northern Ireland.
Craic Fest 2021 - which will be available virtually this month - features a number of Irish short films to tune into!
As we begin to discern an end to this terrible pandemic, it's important to reflect on what happened to us all. On where we were and how we got there.
What happens when four random men all named Paul O'Sullivan meet on Facebook?
He was never the loudest man around, but my father's quiet Irish pride always spoke volumes on Saint Patrick's Day.
An Irish hymn as Gaelige for St. Patrick's Day. Ag Críost an Síol is an Irish song to remember this year that deeply reconnects us all to something from the Emerald Isle.
With successful vaccines offering serious protection, we can begin to discern an end to the terror but we are not yet out of the woods.
French Exit is the drolly funny new film that has given Michelle Pfeiffer one of her top five starring roles as a society lady with a secret death wish.
The daughter of Irish immigrants who survived the Titanic, Britannic, and Olympic disasters
The 1916 Easter Rising: A guide to the key figures, facts, and moments
Four hotels in Ireland have been named among Europe’s top resorts
Irish doctor’s testimony was a “key moment” in Chauvin trial
COVID live updates: Death toll on island of Ireland surpasses 7k
Fact check: Did this woman really survive the Titanic, Hindenburg, Pearl Harbor AND 9/11
"Ambitious” digitization of Tippeary's Famine-era records underway
Salonika, Separas, and Slackers - The Dubliners song with a link to Greece
Largest Irish heritage center in Connecticut launches urgent appeal
Bloody Sunday families to challenge PPS decision to not prosecute British soldiers