From Maureen O'Hara to brown bread - the Irish people and products that have enriched the USA.
"The Quiet Man" actor John Wayne died on June 11, 1979, and his co-star and dear friend Maureen O'Hara had a beautiful story to tell.
Premiered in 1952, John Ford's classic movie remains one of the most popular Irish movies among Irish Americans.
Cork County Council has accepted the return of €26,250, as well as the unused bronze statue.
Irish Hollywood legend Maureen O'Hara had plenty to say during her long life. Here are some of our favorite quotes.
IrishGenealogy.ie adds records to their online archives including some famous Irish names and perhaps your Irish ancestors!
TG4's "Maureen O'Hara - Banríon Hollywood" looks at Hollywood's first Irish leading lady.
On this day, August 31, John Ford who directed the iconic The Quiet Man passed away.
The poster for Maureen O'Hara and John Wayne's 1963 film "McLintock!" has been compared to "Fifty Shades of Grey."
"The Quiet Man" star owned Lugdine Park, a beautiful estate in Glengarriff, County Cork, for 45 years.
This Irish castle has been named among the most beautiful on Earth
The Claddagh community of Galway and its lasting traditions
Wild wallabies wander this deserted Irish island
Two Irish cities named among the friendliest in Europe
The Irish invented the boycott because of English land agent
NY GAA Report: Brooklyn too good for Sligo
GAA: Antrim shocks Clare in Belfast
Northern Ireland seeks to limit cross-border travel with Republic amid COVID
Oliver O’Donnell, former leader of the NY GAA, passes
UK Prime Minister apologizes after Ballymurphy Massacre victims declared innocent