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The grim reality of the goodwill gesturing in moving the 1916 hero's remains from Pentonville to Glasnevin, Dublin.
How Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh and The Dubliner's frontman Luke Kelly came together for the famous Dublin ballad On Raglan Road.
Mary Harris Jones, better known as Mother Jones, from Cork, was one of the foremost labor activists in the US.
What's your favorite Oscar Wilde quote? Masterful words from one of the greatest masters of the English language.
Although he has been studied widely, here are a couple lesser known and odd facts about famous Irish American president JFK.
Almost 100 years ago, Irish rebels ambushed a British army column in a remote part of Cork called Kilmichael.
Love, good fortune, beauty or that big break are all possible with these spells
On Native American Heritage Day, we remember how a nation with a history of deprivation raised the equivalent to tens of thousands for the Irish in 1847.
Known in Irish as Bliain an Air, Ireland's famine in the 1700s was almost as devasting as The Great Hunger.
Us Irish sure have a lot to be thankful for! This Thanksgiving, IrishCentral is thankful to be sharing these Irish blessings for you and your family.
A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock was saved at the last minute by the arrival of a ship from Dublin.
There have been five presidents with Irish heritage since 1960.
The study confirmed that two bones found in Antrim date back to the Hettangian age, the earliest Jurassic period.
From the Boyne Valley to hurling, Ireland has several places and cultural items on United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation's radar.
Freshwater pearl mussels date back hundreds of millions of years to the time of dinosaurs.
John F Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.
In "The Lad from Old Ireland," which debuted in 1910, poor Irish farmer Terry ventures to the US - but will he stay?
One historical account recalls a day of Thanksgiving celebrated in 1631 after a ship with Irish provisions arrived at a Massachusetts colony.
Here’s what you need to know about the 35th President John F. Kennedy's life, from his youth to his road to the White House and his tragic assassination.
Thanksgiving food, Thanksgiving pies, and Thanksgiving turkey are the only reasons you need to prove that Ireland should fully embrace the Thanksgiving holiday.
Author Dermot McEvoy takes a look at the events leading up to Ireland's and Michael Collins' Bloody Sunday, one of the seminal events in Irish revolutionary history.
The Easter Rising leader Joseph Mary Plunkett was executed at Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin on May 4, 1916.
It's probably no surprise that Ireland, the land of 'Cead Mile Failte,' has plenty of ways to say 'Hello!'
Surrounded by your loved ones on Thanksgiving this year seize the opportunity to mind your family’s memories and pick up and record some genealogy gold – family lore.
In 1953, the last remaining inhabitants of the Blasket Islands off the coast of Co. Kerry were permanently evacuated to the mainland.
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Oscar Wilde’s 11 best quotes on the anniversary of his death
Interesting facts about President John F. Kennedy
Coronavirus live updates: 299 new cases in Republic of Ireland
Thanksgiving roast turkey with sage and onion stuffing recipe
On this day: Irish woman Mary Harris 'Mother Jones' died in 1930
Genetic mapping reveals ancestry between Ireland and Scotland
Ireland's top ten hikes for 2021
Great Hunger documentary explores how Irish people turned to survivor cannibalism
Ireland moves to Level 3 on Tuesday - here's what will come into effect