The famed Irish novelist, playwright, theater director, and poet Samuel Beckett won the Nobel Prize for Literature on this day in 1969.
On a week when the theologian and founder of University College Dublin was canonized and Dublin council began talks to bring the literary giant Joyce's remains home, we discuss how one great influenced the other.
She was but one among his many muses.
Blindboy Boatclub, SOAK, Pillow Queens, Soule, and Just Mustard are among the acts.
Three of Ireland’s greats celebrate their birthdays on October 16.
The immense sorrow we feel on Heaney's death continues and there are no new words to guide us after the death of one of Ireland’s giants.
Each month we will pick a new Irish book or a great book by an Irish author and celebrate the amazing ability of the Irish to tell a good story.
IrishCentral is partnering with the third annual IrelandWeek in Los Angeles, presenting 15-plus events over eight days.
“Warships, U-Boats & Liners - A Guide to Shipwrecks Mapped in Irish Waters” released by Irish government.
Author Peter Quinn, an expert on New York’s Irish history, is honored by the Irish American Writers and Artists Association.
Expect the unexpected at Dublin's Guinness Storehouse
Donegal island with two lighthouse cottages, just $84k
Halloween Irish whiskey pumpkin pie recipe
Does a mythical island really exist off the coast of Ireland?
How the Irish ward off evil spirits at Halloween
The best Samuel Beckett quotes to mark his winning of the Nobel Prize for Literature
This dreamy thatched cottage in the Irish countryside could be yours
This Irish city has been named among the sexiest cities in the world
Trump Doonbeg charged Irish police €875 for extra coffee during inclement weather
Northern Irish man charged after 39 bodies discovered in the back of lorry
Ireland to open first official National Famine Museum in Roscommon