Sir Roger Casement was found guilty of treason and sentenced to death by hanging on June 29, 1916, 103 years ago today.
Born in New York, "Dev" was Ireland’s third president and a dominant political leader of the fight for independence.
Kilmainham Gaol's LGBT history to be explored in free tours as part of Dublin City's Pride events this month.
A commemorative garden in memory of the 40 children killed during the 1916 Easter Rising was unveiled in Dublin last week.
The Edinburgh man calling the military shots from the GPO was the “heart” of the rebellion.
Legendary rocker Rod Stewart wooed revelers at a concert in Cork City last weekend, performing a beautiful version of one of Ireland’s most-loved rebel songs, "Grace."
May is Jewish American Heritage Month in the US. We reflect on the important role that Jewish man Michael Noyk played for Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins.
Remembering Ernie O’Malley on his 122nd birthday—A man of action, letters, notebooks, papers and great quotes, with a keen interest in the arts and the humanity of man.
One of the more obscure, and tragic, stories of Easter Week concerns Abraham Weeks, a London Jew on-the-run who found himself in Dublin just as Easter Week was beginning.
On this day, May 12, in 1916, Easter Rising leaders Seán MacDiarmada and James Connolly were executed for their role in the rebellion.
The secret history of one of Dublin’s busiest carparks
The Claddagh community of Galway and its lasting traditions
Remembering writer of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" on his birthday
Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy - the scandalous, rebellious, and tragic life of JFK’s sister
Did you know that Michael Collins was the third man on the moon flight?
Hero Irish Antarctic explorer Tom Crean born on this day in 1877
Rave reviews for Irish star of country music movie "Wild Rose"
These are the most picture-worthy spots in Dublin
British Open champion Shane Lowry, an amazing Irish success story
Meet the Irish American who just sold 250,000 copies of the Mueller Report