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Meet 'Princess Bonnie of Breifne'!

Posted by The Last Torch on November 29, 2020 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

This year my non-verbal autistic daughter nearly died. I was trying to work from home when it happened and it was a huge wake-up call. I had to quit and focus on her. She was of course traumatized by it and then we went into hard lock-down here in Melbourne. She can't go back to school and we need to survive. To stay sane I wrote this children's book for 3 - 7…


Cappoquin RIC Shootings: 100 Years Ago

Posted by Ivan Lennon on November 20, 2020 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

Apparently, a Black and Tan member of the Royal Irish Constabulary in Cappoquin (left) had been in the sights of the I.R.A. for “ill-treating Sinn Fein supporters.” Reportedly, members of the Volunteers (Oglaigh na hEireann) in Cappoquin  were  “reluctant to kill him.”  Accordingly, three, Dungarvan men –…


A Woman of Ireland

Posted by John Anthony Brennan on November 25, 2020 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

One warm evening in August 1903 a large crowd gathered outside the Custom House in Dublin, Ireland. Nearby, the river Liffey, flowing slowly toward the sea, carried the sounds of the bustling city with it, on its never ending journey, as it had done for millennia. An imposing,…


This Week in the History of the Irish: November 29 - December 5

Posted by The Wild Geese on November 28, 2020 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

DOMHNAIGH -- On November 29, 1895, Denny Lane (right), author and poet, and member of the revolutionary Young Ireland party, died in Cork. Lane was born in Riverstown, near Glanmire in County Cork, in 1818. Denny attended Trinity College, Dublin. While a…


We Still Love Pumpkins -- Nutty Pumpkin Muffins

Posted by Margaret M. Johnson on October 29, 2020 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

While pumpkins are not native to Ireland, they are in great demand during the autumn, from Halloween straight through to Christmas. In the U.S., we use pumpkins and other winter squash varieties in many sweet and savory dishes, always enticed by the look of a supermarket display or a roadside…


The Headcutter's Stone

Posted by John Anthony Brennan on November 5, 2020 at 11:00am 0 Comments

In an old peat bog at Ummericam, sits the cruel headcutter's stone,

stained with the blood and fused with the ghosts, of men who are now long gone.

In the gorse and the furze their cries could be heard, when Johnston was out on the roam

their fates soon sealed with the headhunters wield, and where…


Cranberry Bread: A Seasonal Favorite!

Posted by Margaret M. Johnson on November 12, 2020 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Cranberries take center stage this month in both sweet and savory dishes. One of my favorites is this quick bread, sweet enough for dessert but not-too-sweet for breakfast or afternoon tea. The versatile little berry is widely available in markets this month and next, so buy a few…


Liam Lynch, Civil War Martyr: “It never should have happened”

Posted by Joe Gannon on October 17, 2020 at 7:00pm 10 Comments

It was a lovely spring morning in the foothills of the Knockmealdown Mountains in southern County Tipperary on April 10, 1923. Six members of the Irish Republican Army, then engaged in the Irish Civil War against the Free State…


Halloween: It's a Celtic Feast!

Posted by Mike McCormack on October 14, 2014 at 2:00pm 3 Comments

May I respectfully add my…


Samhain: Celtic New Beginning.

Posted by John Anthony Brennan on October 27, 2016 at 8:30pm 9 Comments

In the early evening they would gather in the grove, beneath the sheltering embrace of the sacred white oak tree. The Master had carefully dowsed the area, and had chosen it for the serene beauty and peaceful aura. The salmon-filled, crystal clear waters of the river wound a course through…



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