DUP councillor John Carson says his comments linking coronavirus to the legalization of same-sex marriage and abortion were "misinterpreted" amid calls for disciplinary action
Tarlach Mac Niallais (57), the well-known Belfast-born and New York-based Irish community activist, died of complications from Covid-19 in New York on Wednesday, April 1.
Terrence McNally: The man who freed himself and his audience of prejudice.
Tony Award winner Terrence McNally passed away in Florida on March 24 following coronavirus complications. He was 81.
Following the 2018 release of Queen's Freddie Mercury biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody," we take a look back at the frontman's County Carlow boyfriend, Jim Hutton.
It's time for this New York borough to realize the damage this discrimination against the queer community is causing. It's time to move on.
The inclusive St. Pat's for All Parade rang in the month of March last week as it celebrated its 21st annual event.
A heartful essay from author Colin Broderick in 2014 explains the importance of LGBTQ groups being allowed to march down Fifth Avenue during the New York City St Patrick's Day parade.
The Staten Island St. Patrick’s Day parade decision grows more baffling, and damaging, with each passing year.
Organizers of the St. Patrick's Day parade on Staten Island have announced that LGTBQ groups will continue to be banned from marching under their own banner at the parade next month. The decision was condemned by LGBTQ advocacy groups.
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