"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.
Margaret Kilkenny, an Irish chambermaid and Ida Woods, a formerly poor Irish immigrant, turned socialite and eventually reclusive hoarder
Love is a serious business, and no one in post-independence Ireland understood that better than the criminally neglected playwright Teresa Deevy.
Review of 'Messines to Carrick Hill: Writing Home From the Great War' by Tom Burke
"Mankind cannot bear very much reality, wrote T.S. Eliot. It seems that Irish society cannot bear very much truth telling, either."
Review of A Short History of Irish Traditional Music, by Gearoid O’hAllmhurain.
Eccentric Irish boarding school and its gifted teachers give us new insights into the difficult business of growing up. Cahir O'Doherty looks at the new Irish film that won raves at Sundance.
Is the contempt for the poor expressed in this illustration a reflex of some unspoken guilt?
"Are these statues really reminders of the past or of the systemic institutional racism, segregation and slavery that the past was built on?"
Next month Liam Neeson will star as Mark Felt, the FBI Associate Director who blew the whistle over Watergate and brought down Nixon.
"Remembered with pride for his efforts on behalf of Irish traditional music" he led the kind of extraordinary pioneering American life that nowadays is no longer possible.
There's simply no hiding from it now. If you voted for Donald Trump then you voted for a racist.
Roscommon star talks about his new Epix gangster meets movie maker TV series and life in dishonest La La Land.
"Our grandparents’ generation didn’t see “many sides” to the Nazi menace. They saw their side and they saw Adolf Hitler’s and they picked one, that is all."
A full Irish embrace into the community and the lifting of the St. Patrick’s Day parade bans.
Review of Irish book Whittled Away, Ireland’s Vanishing Nature, by Padraic Fogarty
New thriller takes us to 13th century Ireland, as a quest to return a powerful religious relic to Rome puts the lives of everyone who touches it in danger.
Is this Ireland's most haunted house? (VIDEO)
Irish dark humor’s time to shine on “Bank Holiday Ophelia”
Ireland mourns three victims of Storm Ophelia as massive cleanup begins
Unable to make NI trip to help break political stalemate, Bill Clinton explores Hurricane-struck Dublin
Trick or treat! A Halloween witches' finger cookie recipe
The luck of the Irish... or should we say Spanish?
President Clinton advises Trump to learn lyrics to “Danny Boy”
Storm Ophelia risk-takers should face legal charges for endangerment
Tell us your scariest Irish ghost stories and spookiest encounters
Meet the world's next Michael Flatley: Owen Luebbers