Tom Deignan considers Loyola University Maryland's decision to re-name a residence hall that was named after Flannery O'Connor.
Irish woman Patricia Killeen discusses how Irish Traveller Manor Donohue found the confidence to pen a book about his rich heritage.
How much do we really know about Ireland's famous, and mysterious, fairy forts?
A half Indian, half English, American-born girl recalls how Maeve Binchy's novels introduced her to Ireland.
John Ziomek tells The Hut in the Bog podcast how witnessing and photographing 9/11 led him halfway around the world to discover Gaelic football.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is proving that he is a match for President Trump in one vital area -- he is unfit for power.
There's a last-ditch effort to save the traditional Irish pub, but they have been closed for six months now and it may be too late for many of them.
"I was overcome with grief because I would never get to meet the Irish girl with red hair."
343 firefighters lost their lives on 9/11. "To this day and always, it is a ghost of a number. A specter. And a benediction."
This photo once did the rounds (for years) about an Ireland castle island. Here's the truth.
Who comes to mind when we think about Irish writers? Let us bring some others to light.
A brief look at the history behind one of Ireland's most haunting ballads that emerged from the Great Famine.
Stuck in a rut? IrishCentral contributor Javaid Hassan shares one simple tip on how to be a bit happier.
John Joe McGinley of Glassagh Consulting in Co Donegal provides insight on how to grow your business.
This Labor Day, more than any, is a time to celebrate our Irish heroes who gave their voice to the workers of America.
A round-up of the GAA games played over the last week in New York.
MA Democratic Congressman Richard Neal elected to the House, while Rep. Joe Kennedy III loses out.
Irish journalist James Mahon chats with Irish footballer Éamon Zayed.
Could the US learn from Ireland? "America's struggle with race and policing goes on, with no clear resolution in sight."
Peter Donegan, award-winning Irish landscape architect doing Ireland proud.
IrishCentral contributor Dan Haverty argues that the realignment of Irish politics since the general election in February actually marks the return of Civil War politics.
The global standing of the United States is in the doldrums and will require major bridge-building strategies by a new administration.
What the Irish have earned in the United States has been done despite narrow-minded nativists, for Irish Americans to miss that point is "unconscionable".
"The effects of Brexit are soon to unfold and reveal dire consequences, following Britain’s absence in European trade within the continent itself and the rest of the world."
The Hut Near the Bog, produced in Co Tipperary, claimed the top spot on the Apple Podcasts - Philosophy charts in Ireland.
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