New York City has lost another of its famous Irish hostelries as The Mean Fiddler will close at the end of October.
Margaret 'Maggie' O’Neill was one of three people traveling in the small plane that crashed in Queens, New York on October 4
"New York City’s hospitality industry got shafted while the rest of the state’s establishments were allowed to open up."
Irish journalist James Mahon chats with actor Michael Mellamphy on his journey from Co Cork and his career in New York City.
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day parade has announced the winners of its 2020 college and high school scholarships.
O'Hara's Pub, badly damaged during 9/11, is a testament to the resiliency of New York City and its people.
To those of us who live here, New York City feels now like a ghost town.
Saoirse Ronan, who was born in New York City in the Bronx and raised in Co Carlow, has taken Hollywood by storm.
While many Irish are packing up and heading home, plenty of others are fleeing New York City for suburbia thanks to coronavirus.
Josephine McNamara, affectionately known as Jo-Mac, taught Irish dance for decades at the Irish Arts Center in New York City. She passed away on August 1 at the age of 104.
Bloomsday on Broadway, this year hosted by Stephen Colbert, is being streamed on YouTube from New York City's Symphony Space Theater on June 16. Watch back on the performances and readings here!
Two people were captured on surveillance video spray-painting the facade of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City on May 30.
Paul Cary, a retired paramedic who died from coronavirus after moving to New York City from Colorado to volunteer amidst the crisis, is being remembered as a hero.
Can New York City still exist if it's not shared? It's a question I've asked myself regularly over the past decade as I've watched it's historic character being irrecoverably transformed – as it always being transformed – by commerce.
Dr. Lorna Breen took her own life after working the frontlines of the coronavirus battle in New York City.
Imagine if President George W. Bush had looked at the smoking ruins of the Twin Towers and told New Yorkers that we were on our own.
Irish woman Laura Plunkett reflects on life in New York City amidst the coronavirus.
It's like a slow moving end-of-the-world film this, a day-after disaster flick.
New York could give Irish writer Brendan Behan what Dublin couldn’t—fame and fortune. He loved the attention as much as he loved the taste of booze.
Tune in here for live streams of Holy Week masses from St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City.
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