We mark Jewish American Heritage Month with a personal tale of remembrance to ensure that the horrors experienced in World War II are never repeated and that we never forget.
Galway’s The wonderfully exhilarating black comedy will be performed on three continents, with over 100 shows.
Majority of Dubliners are hoping for a Hillary Clinton win but a select few, who want to remain anonymous, support Donald Trump.
Dublin’s “cultural quarter” is so much more than its reputation as an alcohol-soaked tourist trap.
Otto Humbert and family, owners of the Queen’s Hotel in Cobh, hid from Irish rioters in wine cellar before fleeing.
Whenever I tell a Dubliner I live in Ringsend, I’m met with the same answer: You wouldn’t have been caught dead walking there 10 years ago.
I spoke to avid college football fans from Boston College and Georgia Tech at their pep rallies and celebrations.
I climbed up Cobh Cathedral’s spire to experience the rare Carillon, made of 49 steel bells.
The quirky gathering of 2,500 redheads brings confidence and pride to red-headed youth.
Why one New Yorker moved to Ireland in her formative years instead of waiting until retirement.
Expect the unexpected at Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Donegal named coolest place in the world by National Geographic
Traditional Irish Christmas cake recipe the whole family will enjoy
Irish women are among the hottest in the world
Pathé newsreel shows Michael Collins sign "his own death warrant" on this day in 1921
Irish girl singing Hallelujah is a worldwide Christmas sensation
The European Union and the Good Friday Agreement: the EU’s involvement in peace
Irish people taste test American Christmas candy
105-year-old letter to Santa Claus found in Dublin home