Padraig Pearse's poem can now be considered "a warning for Trump and all his gutless toadies," says Dermot McEvoy.
Like the protests across America in 2020, the Selma to Montgomery March was partially caused by the callous murder of a black man at the hands of a white law enforcement officer.
"American carnage" was the theme of President Trump's inaugural speech - three years later, America is facing full-blown economic, public health, and race relations crises.
Foley’s NY Pub and Restaurant announced last week that it would not be reopening after the COVID-19 crisis.
Dermot McEvoy recalls how newspaper columnist Jimmy Breslin "skewered" Donald Trump more than 30 years ago.
John Francis Fitzgerald, the first Irish American Catholic mayor of Boston, later advised his grandson, John F. Kennedy, during his Congressional campaign.
IrishCentral Contributor Dan Haverty examines how the IRA figures into Ireland's modern-day political landscape, especially after Sinn Féin's success in Ireland's General Election.
Touring the Dunbrody Famine Ship in Ireland, Erin Meehan Breen considers the historic challenges the Irish have faced.
Eileen Gray, one of the most important designers of the 20th century, isn't as well-known as she should be because powerful men made a point of ensuring it.
Following Brexit, the United Kingdom and the U.S. have entered into formal negotiations for a new trade agreement.
President Donald Trump's administration bring kooky conspiracy-mongering to the masses and it's not even original.
IrishCentral contributor Tom Galvin describes how box sets and other vices are helping him and his family (sort of) cope with the lockdowns.
Luan Parle chats with Irish journalist James Mahon about how she's baking, haircutting, and gigging all from her home in Co Kilkenny.
Ireland's support for workers made during a time of great fear now seems foolishly generous.
With total COVID-19 deaths now over 100,000 in America and no let-up in sight, it hardly seems possible but Trump can never be counted out.
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.
Throughout the coronavirus epidemic that we have all been living with for the last few months, businesses, employees, and workers everywhere have been struggling to make ends meet in a locked-down economy.
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?
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