Learn about Irish history, folklore, and mythology - from the ancient times of glory to the modern Ireland.
Today, we sing the chorus of 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' during every 7th inning but did you know this famous song has an Irish connection.
From four-leafed shamrocks to a whistling woman - superstitions found in old Irish folklore that'll give you pause for thought.
Photographer Richard Fitzgerald's beautiful monochrome images from his book "Dark Ireland: Images of a Lost World" show a forgotten Ireland.
A 2016 discovery in Co Antrim could completely alter the perception that Irish people are descended from Celts.
For December, join IrishCentral's Book Club as we read “Old Ireland in Colour” by Irish author John Breslin and Dr. Sarah-Anne Buckley
“Perhaps you could come with me to speak to some patients?...These are special patients, suffering from ...a disease no one wants to deal with.”
The special friendship of Queen Elizabeth and Patrick Plunket, an Irish Lord.
Ever wondered where the Giant's Causeway got its name from? This 2016 study could explain why.
Did Saint Patrick banish all the snakes from Ireland? It turns out the story is a bit more complicated than that.
Patrick Cunningham, a native of Co Louth, nearly blew up New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1896 with a torpedo he invented in 1896.
Irish people engaged in "survivor cannibalism" to stay alive during the Great Hunger, according to a new documentary.
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.
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.
Ted Kennedy, youngest of the Kennedy siblings, enjoyed a close bond with his eldest sister Rosemary, who suffered from intellectual difficulties.
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.
We remember O’Neill by looking back on his most famous play and the parallels between this family and the Irish.
When we think of children's street songs we think of light-hearted rhymes that go along with their games but here in Ireland there was one exception - Weile Weile Walie!
Known in Irish as Bliain an Air, Ireland's famine in the 1700s was almost as devasting as The Great Hunger.
We trace the origins of our traditional music back 2,000 years.
A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock was saved at the last minute by the arrival of a ship from Dublin.
Ireland voted by a slim margin to end its ban on divorce during a 1995 referendum. At the time, Ireland was the only country in Europe where divorce was still illegal.
There have been five presidents with Irish heritage since 1960.
IrishCentral launches Irish Heritage Tree, planting roots in Ireland
Ancient bones reveal Irish are not Celts after all
Coronavirus live updates: 17 deaths reported between NI and RoI today
Stunning images reveal "the dark underbelly of rural Irish life"
WATCH: Little kids take over mall to sing all your favorite Christmas songs in Irish
The forgotten Irish American verses of Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Thanksgiving roast turkey with sage and onion stuffing recipe
A lucky buyer has scooped up this "truly magnificent" castle in Co Kerry
Jane Byrne - the Irish American woman who broke the glass ceiling in Chicago
With Chris Dodd out, who will be the next US Ambassador to Ireland?
It’s going to be a long winter! Here are the best Irish books of 2020