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The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, one of the nation's largest and most respected bluegrass festivals, is set for this weekend on the 25-acre Walsh Farm in Oak Hill, New York.
We're continuing #InternationalIrish with a day in the life of top New York club and event promoter Paddy Greene.
IrishCentral contributor Terry McKeown learns about where the people of Belfast's Sailortown ended up.
One undocumented Irish woman, who has been in the US for 20 years, is fearful about the threat of deportation for her and her autistic son.
On July 17, 1938, Douglas 'Wrong Way' Corrigan "accidentally" began his transatlantic flight from New York to Dublin.
As we celebrate the #InternationalIrish this July, Muireann Lalor from the Irish Repertory Theatre tells us about her experience on the LEAP program.
Dublin native Kate Monahan explains how her team opened up the Big Apple hotspot Stella & Fly.
Leading Irish immigration attorney advised Irish not to open their doors to ICE agents unless they have a warrant.
Summer's here and that means Irish festivals, shows and music and a myriad of opportunities to reconnect with your culture and community
The secret history of one of Dublin’s busiest carparks
Remembering composer of "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" on his birthday
Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy - the scandalous, rebellious, and tragic life of JFK’s sister
Sean Hannity and many Irish Americans forget they came from a shithole country
Meet the Irish American who just sold 250,000 copies of the Mueller Report
Rave reviews for Irish star of country music movie "Wild Rose"
“Worst nightmare” - Man drives car through crowd at Dundalk cemetery
These are the most picture-worthy spots in Dublin
British Open champion Shane Lowry, an amazing Irish success story