As Valentine's Day approaches, we took a look at some of the world-renowned holidays that can trace their origins back to the Emerald Isle.
February 29, 2020 is Leap Day! According to Irish traditions, women are allowed to propose to their suitors on this day that only comes once every four years.
James McAuley welcomed "Be My Valentine," a newborn Jersey calf with a heart patch on its forehead, to his Co Antrim farm on Valentine's Day.
Who has more of a way with words than the Irish?
Treat the Guinness lover in your life to a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner, with Guinness pairings for each course!
This hero from the 1916 Easter Uprising still receives Valentines at his grave in Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery nearly a century after his death.
Looking for something special for the inside of your Valentine's Day card?
Short on time? Our Irish chef shares his quick and easy chocolate mousse recipe - and some fun facts! - that are just perfect for Valentine's Day!
What is it about the Irish and sex? Have times changed? You be the judge.
St. Valentine, the patron saint of love, was executed in Rome and buried there in the 3rd century. His body was later exhumed, however, and taken to Dublin.
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