The assassination of District Inspector Oswald Ross Swanzy in 1920.
For decades the Irish have prayed for what they described as "a happy death" the sad reality of the coronavirus makes this impossible.
How Michael Collins got revenge on a British soldier after he tortured rebels involved with the 1916 Easter Rising.
"She survived and passed down a great appreciation for the needs not the wants."
An excerpt from "They Put the Flag a-Flyin’ The Roscommon Volunteers" by Kathleen Hegarty Thorne.
Larry Kirwan recounts how the idea for the Black 47 album "A Funky Céilí" came to him on a drive from Boston to NYC.
Counting, homeschooling, and reflections as we try to Dad as best we can and feel blessed for the honor.
Vesuvius eruption in AD 79, the Irish Famine, the Spanish Flu - well we ever learn to look at the signs and learn.
Who would have thought that a visit to a garden center or a hardware store could be the cause of such excitement?
"So when we ask, when are the pubs going to open again, we really need to be asking, when is it safe to go back into them."
Dr. Noel Browne passed away on May 21, 1997. In memory of the controversial Irish politician, we look back at the notorious "Mother and Child" scheme he established which brought down a government.
During the “Cercle Littéraire Irlandais” Zoom meetings, Irish expats in France came up with some answers.
Irish Pilates instructor Anne Sexton discusses how the practice is particularly useful in the current climate.
Reflecting on an Irish emigrant's life, Irish Mam's in Paris and working and living through COVID-19.
One writer pays tribute to the Cruiskeen Lawn columns in The Irish Times, which were written by Flann O'Brien as Myles na gCopaleen for more than 20 years.
From an idyllic coronavirus quarantine in Dingle, County Kerry, Patrick Sheehy speaks to James Mahon about how his musical journey began.
"As I have seen with my own eyes the goodness of the Navajo people, I have a personal reason for donating."
Sure the Irish love a bit of craic but perhaps these weeks without our pub culture might make us reconsider returning to life BC (before COVID).
"There’s a good cop in my book, he’s an Irishman... I think the narrative that dehumanizes policemen is dangerous."
This will be the dirtiest election in modern history.
Following the Irish government’s publication of its roadmap to recovery GAA president suggests live-action will not be returning to our television screens any given Sunday soon.
"A large crisis requires a large plan. Get me two pencils and a pair of underpants”
The Kennedys are arguably Ireland's greatest export. Many members of their family have wondered if their family is truly cursed with what is known as "The Kennedy Curse".
Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver, Clare Smyth, Darina Allen, Donal Skehan, Neven Maguire, Nigel Slater . . . I was peeling another potato the other day and these people crossed my mind.
Education is the key to ending ignorance over Ireland’s history.
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The five brave Sullivan brothers who died in WWII serving the US Navy
Cork town named one of Europe’s most beautiful small towns
Celebrating the Irish who fought in the Civil War this Memorial Day
Coronavirus live updates: "Heartening" news as NI records no new deaths
Armagh priest shows off Irish dance skills in webcam mass
Ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day that don't involve a pub
Physical distancing advice will have drastic impact on capacity in Irish pubs
Michael Collins gets revenge 100 years ago in Wexford
Irish castle brings you back in time with the day-to-day Lord of the Castle experience
TUNE IN: Final panel discussion in Trinity's “Rethinking Democracy” series