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Irish revolutionary Theobald Wolfe Tone, posthumously known as Wolfe Tone, was born in Dublin in June 1763. Here, a look at his life.
Midsummer festivals and bonfires have been a tradition in Ireland since pagan times and continue to thrive.
Celebrating Irish icons past and present from the Irish LGBTQ community for Pride 2021. Here, a look at Roger Casement.
You might be surprised to find out these famous folks have a direct link to Ireland through their grandfathers!
IrishCentral has partnered with Ogham Art to give our readers a 10% discount towards an everlasting gift this Father's Day by planting an Irish Heritage Tree.
If you're planning to visit Ireland in the near future to find out more about your Irish ancestors, these workshops are a great source of advice.
"Despite... Irish citizen, Irish critics, and reporters seemed to go out of their way to identify Donleavy as an American author."
Parents of The United States Secretary of Labor, Marty Walsh, hail from County Galway in Ireland.
Watch famous Dublin writers revel in their own, slightly disastrous, Bloomsday tour, 1954. The first Bloomsday of renown.
Joyce could hardly have imagined the popularity of his novel "Ulysses" celebrated throughout the world this June 16.
June 13 was declared as Molly Malone Day 1988. She is memorialized in a statue in Dublin's City Center, but how much do we really know about Molly Malone?
Take a look at an Irish favorite, a delicious Irish butter shortbread cheesecake recipe that'll make you dream of lazy summer afternoons.
On June 16, Ireland and the world celebrate Bloomsday, a day commemorating James Joyce and the events of his novel “Ulysses,” a novel set on June 16, 1904.
Molly Malone is one of Ireland's best-known songs, but is it actually all a big joke?
Gift your dad with this fantastic giveaway and help him feel closer to Irish shores this Father's Day.
Follow along James Joyce's famous 'Ulysses' with these Dublin landmarks on June 16, Bloomsday.
This comforting Irish potato and cheese soup recipe will keep you warm on the colder days this summer.
Remembering the life and incredible career of legendary Irish writer James Joyce.
Claddagh Records, formed in Ireland in 1959, has gone online, providing a hub for Irish traditional and folk music.
A new book uses archives and libraries across three continents to focus on the lived experiences of the Irish migrants through history and their legacy.
IrishCentral contributor Martin Quinn takes a look at the origins of Irish organizaiton Muintir na Tíre.
Born the runt of the pack in Co Offaly, the Irish greyhound Mick the Miller went on to become a star.
The present-day alliance between the two nations dates back to several examples of Irish generosity and kindness in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War.
Ali Isaac and her family experiment with cooking like the ancestors did 2,800 years ago.
"A best friend is like a four leaf clover, Hard to find and lucky to have."
Guinness and Jameson ice cream float recipe
Traditional Irish brown bread recipe
Famous people past and present who have Irish grandfathers
COVID live updates: 39-year-olds can register for vaccine from tomorrow
How to celebrate the Summer Solstice the Irish way
60 Minutes Australia investigates as two Aussie women suddenly develop Irish accents
On This Day: Irish revolutionary Wolfe Tone was born in 1763
Father's Day memories of the finest man I knew
Historic Smithwicks family mansion in Kilkenny with private lake goes on the market