One British journalist managed to really botch the Irish language and place-names.
Americans and Canadians wishing to immerse themselves in their language learning will be awarded funding to visit summer courses in Ireland.
Celtic Irish American Academy is an International Summer School for US High School students in Ireland. It runs for two weeks each July in Salthill, Galway.
Calum MacLeod was the first Gaelic-speaking player to appear in a test match playing for England.
Darach Ó Séaghdha is on a mission to nix the stereotype of the Irish language as dry, stuffy, and largely irrelevant to tease out the life behind the words.
Think you can't speak Irish! Guess what? You do! These English words have Irish roots, not surprising considering the size of the Irish diaspora!
Ola Majekodunmi was just seven months old when her Nigerian parents sought asylum in Ireland but she attended an Irish-language school and now presents her own Irish radio show.
In association with Gaeil Nua-Eabhrac, Bliain na Gaeilge, and the Consulate General of Ireland New York, IrishCentral will join a celebration of Irish speakers, learners, and lovers on Wednesday, May 23.
Learning the Irish language for the first time as an adult is full of challenges and joy.
In association with the Consulate General of Ireland New York and IrishCentral, a celebration will be held on Wednesday, May 23, to celebrate Irish speakers, learners, and lovers in the US.
Pierce Brosnan and his wife celebrate 25 years together
Bill O’Reilly reconnecting with his Irish roots in Ireland - the locals aren’t impressed
View from Ireland 49 years ago when America landed on the moon
Galway family's extraordinary tribute to the brother they lost in the Vietnam War
Kimberly Guilfoyle to campaign with boyfriend Don Trump Jr. as she parts ways with FOX News
Pierce Brosnan can really sing say ABBA founders
Boston woman shocked when bank accidentally deposited $1 MILLION into her account
New York St. Patrick’s Day parade elects new Treasurer
New peace-building project uses science fiction to envision new futures in NI