A look at the colourful life of Irish man Walter Paye Lane.
Contributor Chris Webster shares a memorable interaction in a gloomy Cork City pub many years ago.
Black 47 frontman Larry Kirwan remembers fellow Irish entertainer and longtime friend Shay Healy, who passed away on April 10.
The Belfast riots have left dozens of police officers injured, but they have also been a reality check for people who thought peace in Northern Ireland was a foregone conclusion.
The Vatican recently ruled that unions between same-sex people cannot be blessed.
How 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' speaks to our era today.
April 9 marks 100 days since the Irish Government introduced Level 5 lockdown restrictions, ushering in one of the bleakest periods in modern Irish history.
A study by Irish insurance company MissQuote.ie found that females in Ireland have fewer major road accidents or fatalities than men.
President Biden's up to $4 trillion plan to boost the U.S. economy in the wake of the pandemic has caused raised eyebrows among some economists here in Ireland.
Ireland has only just vaccinated 1 million people, how did Europe get this so wrong?
New York's Irish LGBT community rallied at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Easter Sunday against the Vatican's continued refusal to bless same-sex unions.
While the Catholic religion might be on the decrease in Ireland relics of the strong Irish belief still remain.
Painstaking research by his grandson reveals an intrepid fighter and master organizer who topped British authorities’ "most wanted" list.
The disasters of the RMS Titanic and the RMS Lusitania were two of the greatest maritime tragedies of their era.
Irish podcasts, music, books, sport, and food - California man Ryan Coonerty dabbled in all things Irish culture as he began to "live Irishly."
Paris-based, Irish musician Paddy Sherlock’s new album Dusk will be the album of the month in May, on FIP Radio and is currently “album of the week” in Rolling Stone magazine!
One of the more obscure, and tragic, stories of Easter Week concerns Abraham Weeks, a London Jew on-the-run who found himself in Dublin just as Easter Week was beginning.
These pub tales could only happen in Ireland.
In a sign of sure progress, The Irish Arts Center in New York City received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy on March 17, St. Patrick's Day.
One of Co. Kerry’s finest exports ever, a 95-year-old shining star who brightens the lives of all around her and astounds with her limitless energy. Her proud niece pays tribute as she just marked another year.
"Admiring those landmarks “wearing” for one night the green color is amazing."
Ireland’s burgeoning energy costs are leading the country into renewable energy production and to becoming the future leader of global climate action.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) pledges their support to the families of the Ballymurphy Massacre victims.
A regular haunt for the Irish in London, the fond memories of good times at Galtymore dance hall in Cricklewood continues to live on.
Ireland's employers' group Ibec has predicted a growth of 3.1 percent, though unemployment looks to remain high.
Guinness trademarked the harp symbol before the Irish Government did
On This Day: The US Civil War begins in 1861
WATCH: Original "Lord of the Dance" troupe reunites for stay-at-home charity performance
Great news - Donald Trump is back and he’s crazier than ever
Child killed in 1916 Easter Rising honored with headstone over a century later
Walter Paye Lane, the Confederate Brigadier General from Cork
Here's your chance to win an Irish pub, takeaway, and apartment for just €23
From Dublin drunk to Burmese monk - the Irishman who became the first western Buddhist monk
WATCH: Trinity takes a look at the future of Northern Ireland