Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
There are famine memorials dedicated to the Irish Great Hunger all over the world but the location and history of the famine memorial in Dublin, Ireland, is perhaps one of the most interesting and poignant.
As Germany smoldered in the wake of the Second World War, a huge humanitarian campaign was launched to bring starving German children to Ireland in a period of Irish history that is often overlooked.
May devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary are a series of Marian devotions held in the Catholic Church throughout the month of May.
One of the 1916 Easter Rising's stranger episodes. Thomas Kent did not go out to fight. The British came to him, looking for trouble.
Ireland's future Taoiseach Charles Haughey led a band of UCD students to confront Trinity College students who had unfurled Union Jacks during their celebrations of Victory in Europe.
Éamonn Ceannt was among the 16 men executed for their involvement with the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland.
Thirty-two Irishmen were sent to a labor camp - one for each county in Ireland.
Dublin native Michael Mallin prophetically said during the Easter Rising, "We will all be dead in a short time.”
Seán Heuston's men held a tactical position for more than two days during the 1916 Easter Rising.
After learning of the surrender, Con Colbert said "our cause is postponed to a future generation."
Landing safely on Ireland’s shores marks the origins of one of the world’s most beloved hymns.
The Limerick burial site dates back to between 7,530 BC and 7,320 BC and contained the oldest polished ax in Europe.
Love letters written by President John F. Kennedy to his Swedish mistress have gone up for sale at a Boston auction house.
The joint symposium with Trinity College Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast, debated the many aspects of the Irish partition and its legacies.
Or should that heading read “Why do they call Londonderry ‘Derry’?”
Did Winston Churchill know about the threat to the Lusitania prior to the attack?
On May 6 1882, two of the most senior British civil servants were murdered by Fenians and the news echoed around the world.
This week marks 100 years of the Irish partition. Stephen O'Neill examines the culture and the centenary of the partition.
The disasters of the RMS Titanic and the RMS Lusitania were two of the greatest maritime tragedies of their era.
A telegraph machine from the RMS Lusitania shipwreck, off the coast of Co Cork, was raised 102 years after it was banished to the depths of the ocean.
The Irish American Cultural Institute presents its ongoing virtual discussion series “Ireland: Remembering 1921."
John MacBride's involvement in the Easter Rising was, it seems, serendipitous.
On this day, Bobby Sands died while campaigning for political prisoner status for IRA prisoners at Long Kesh.
Contributor CJ Clancy traces the, unfortunately largely forgotten, career of his great grand uncle John James Keane.
Within a little over a week, three logboats have been discovered by Anthony Murphy in the River Boyne while using his drone
Happy Birthday, Bono! Celebrate with U2's best songs
WATCH: Giant’s Causeway secret doorway caught on camera
Fun facts about Dublin, Ireland's capital city
The five best and five worst things about living in Dublin
Ireland and its music explored in new US PBS TV show
What does a $48k bottle of Irish whiskey taste like?
TUNE IN: Irish music live stream from Donegal this Saturday!
British nationalists' sickening support for soldier accused of Troubles murder must stop
Dropkick Murphys release special Mother's Day tribute song with Boston Pops
COVID live updates: No deaths reported on island of Ireland today