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The longstanding tradition of the US not dipping its flag at Olympic ceremonies was started by Irish American Ralph Rose in 1908.
IrishCentral dishes out the meanings behind popular Irish phrases and saying.
Irish Famine immigrants created a lasting legacy in the city of Boston that shaped the future for many Irish Americans.
"I am by birth a citizen of a country where there are more Irishmen, either native born or the descendants of Irishmen, than there are in all of Ireland.”
Conquests, hunger, tyranny - the worst times and darkest days in Irish history.
A tribute to the goddess Tailtiu, the games were instituted by Lú (Lugh, member of the Tuatha Dé Danann), who wished to honor the death of his foster mother with a celebration of Irish culture and strength.
In search of an Irish name for a baby girl? Here are the top 50 and their meanings!
The Irish Fest Summer School registration is open and anyone in the world can sign-up and join their range of online Irish-themed classes.
Ever wonder what the Irish language county names we see on football jerseys and road signs actually mean?
Dublin city largely looks the way it does today thanks to the brewing dynasty behind St. James's Gate.
Got a wee one on the way? Check out this list of the top 25 Celtic baby names!
"Chancing your arm" has one of the most interesting backstories of any Irish phrase.
Bog bodies, bog butter, to even a zombie graveyard - Ireland has a wealth of archaeological treasures.
Today we examine the role the Abbey Theatre, in Dublin's city center, has played in shaping Ireland’s destiny.
On July 17, 1938, Douglas 'Wrong Way' Corrigan "accidentally" began his transatlantic flight from New York to Dublin.
Ireland is not just beautiful, it also has such an incredible wealth of ancient history and prehistoric sites to visit. What a place!
Countess Constance Markievicz was a co-commander in the 1916 Easter RIsing and the first Irish woman elected to parliament.
It does not matter where you live. If you have a TV you have likely heard the saying – the luck of the Irish.
"The brehon laws reflected this sensible way of thinking, several thousand years ago, when every able-bodied member of a tiny community was necessary to the common good."
Monsignor Edward Joseph Flanagan, the founder of Boys Town, was born on this day in 1886.
This St. Patrick's Day prayer has come down through the centuries and remains popular today.
The three day Celtic Celebration features live music, dance, children's activities, marketplace, genealogy, comedy, Celtic Canines, and more!
The Battle of the Boyne was a pivotal event in Irish history when the Catholic King James and his Irish troops were routed by William of Orange.
What do Erin go Bragh and other Irish phrases mean?
What do the names of Ireland's counties mean?
50 beautiful Irish girls names and their meanings
COVID live updates: Ireland's CMO slams misinformation spread about vaccines
Top magical caves to explore in Ireland
Ireland takes fairies more seriously than you might think
Do you have news from your Irish community? Share it with our global audience
The mysterious history of the song “She Moved Through the Fair”
The history and the craft of Mucros Weavers in the heart of Kerry
Biden to nominate Caroline Kennedy as US Ambassador to Australia