Revisiting Northern Ireland's first city after 22 year away "I was astonished... I didn't know where I was."
"Taoiseach's comment is 'a Walter Witty remark' and he asked, 'What planet are the taoiseach and housing minister living on?'"
"Farrell conducts himself with his usual grace throughout the proceedings, hitting every note as he grapples with Washington's increasingly erratic performance."
Writer and film director has traveled far from the west of Ireland plays that he made his name with -- or has he?
The tragic Winchester House story of rifle heiress Sarah Winchester, who invested millions into the mansion in an attempt to ease her conscience over the deaths caused by her family's creation.
"Lifelong campaign of revenge on the establishment that rejected him... We are merely the hostages of his fortune."
Review: The experiences of the upwards of 2,000 Irish people trapped in France during World War II after France's defeat.
A review of 'I Die in a Good Cause, Thomas Ashe: A Biography' by Sean O Luing.
Three independent Irish ministers have announced their intention to visit North Korea to ask Kim Jong-un to knock it off with all this global thermonuclear war craic.
Irish American straight-talker’s new book "Why We Don't Suck: And How All of Us Need to Stop Being Such Partisan Little Bitches."
The ancient Irish knew that Halloween or Samhain was a deeply spiritual event, not just a dress up pageant
"We are all of us threatened by the global resurgence of fascism. The moment is here. Now."
Dubliner gives one of the most blisteringly powerful performances by an Irish actor ever committed to celluloid in 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer.'
Big Sur has reopened again after a mudslide on the iconic Highway 1 and once again it's a jaw-dropping once in a lifetime trip featuring blue skies and endless beaches,
Review: "Goodbye Christopher Robin lets you see the pain but lets you dodge it... everyone lives happily ever after."
If Brexit is going so well, why the mad rush to avail of Irish passports? We will soon have a glut of new countrymen.
"I see political leaders who cannot or will not see where their steps are taking them (and the rest of us)."
Review: Audiences will be moved by the accumulating power of this slow-burn but increasingly unsettling work by the Irish playwright Brian Friel.
Las Vegas shooter killed 59 people and wounded 600. The cruelty of his actions was only matched by the ease with which he accomplished it.
Sir Bruce Robinson, chairman of the city's world famous Lyric Theatre, came to New York to broadcast.
Do protesting NFL players need to bring some tiki torches to their next games to get Donald Trump's respect?
Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney on the 1994 murder of six men in County Down – an explosive story which needed to be told.
Annual showcase of the best of new Irish and Irish American film talent to audiences in both Los Angeles and New York.
The power in nostalgia - an American president who so embodied the past still moving though the present.
Gloriously ambitious new telling of the last troubled year in the life of the father of modern art, Vincent van Gogh, is entirely painted.
No Irish Need Apply? Not anymore
A Bronx Irish Thanksgiving in days gone by
Celebrating the Choctaw Nation this National Native American Heritage Month
Ancestry records reunite long-lost brothers after 85 years
The secret to cooking a perfect Thanksgiving turkey
Read the letter JFK wrote to his lover a month before he died
Saving lives at the Cliffs of Moher and goings on before Christmas
Van Morrison rolls with the punches
Hello Mary Lou – Adams' likely successor could be first female Taoiseach
Kerrygold butter continues to take over the world, now for sale in South Korea