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Reactions to Che Guevara: Father of Revolution, Son of Galway

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan O'Rourke May 16, 2013. 1 Reply

Quite a controversial character, Che Guevara certainly left a mark. What did you guys think of …Continue


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Spring Is Sprouting!

Posted on April 2, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

After the winter that many of us experienced, it's hard to believe it, but spring is finally on its way.

We asked our Facebook followers to tell us where they would plant their shamrocks if we sent them…


Celebrating 1,000 Members

Posted on October 2, 2013 at 5:30pm 3 Comments

When we launched The Wild Geese 2.0 in March, with a dozen members, it was hard to image hitting FOUR digits! We are thrilled to welcome 1,000 members over the last 7 months! Each and every one has brought such richness and diversity to our global Irish story!

To celebrate, we are giving away prizes to three members, drawn randomly from our entire…


Shop Irish over the coming months

Posted on August 28, 2013 at 7:00pm 3 Comments

Here, across The Wild Geese pages, we've been exploring different facets of the Irish economy and Irish brands. We've discussed the past and the future, forecasted highs and lows, and developed ideas for success. 

As the marketing coordinator with The Wild Geese, and a marketing writer with countless brands, I want to propose another, arguably both easy and effective, way to bolster local economies and revive dying arts. …


Celebrating 3,000 Facebook Fans

Posted on May 13, 2013 at 2:30pm 13 Comments

Leagaigí oraibh!  Bring it on! 

To celebrate our impending 3,000th Facebook fan, we are launching a contest to test your knowledge of Irish culture! Each day, until we hit that 3,000-follower mark, we will post a question here, on a range of Irish topics! Stop by each day…


Comment Wall (14 comments)

At 10:43am on April 30, 2013, John W Chalus said…

Hi. Your name is as Irish as mine!

At 6:17pm on June 17, 2013, Jim Curley said…

really love your site and love interacting with authors, so I was very aware this was coming up. For some reason, I couldn't get on with everyone on my Mac at work, so I had to use my PC. Enjoyed the discussion.

At 7:42pm on June 27, 2013, Mary Courtney said…
Hi Tiffany,
Thank you!
At 7:39pm on July 8, 2013, Joey Burns said…

Thank you Tiffany.. It is 1 of a series of 15  I created last year for Dún a Rí forest park in Kingscourt county Cavan. I work exclusively with Irish wood and Irish History and heritage are my main influences.

Thank you for your comment


At 3:29pm on August 8, 2013, Jerry Kelly said…

A Tiffany a chara,

Ba mhaith liom fógra a chur mar cheann desna chéad 50.  /  I'd like to place an ad as one of the first 50.

Is féidir leat teacht i dteagmháil liom ag  /  You can contact me at .

Go raibh maith agat / Thank you,

Gearóid / Jerry

At 10:42am on August 14, 2013, Nina Elizabeth Jones said…

Thank you Tiffany!

At 4:15pm on August 15, 2013, Paige Konger said…

Thank you Tiffany!! :)

At 10:08am on August 16, 2013, Eamon Loingsigh said…
I did go to DHS, but graduated in '89...
At 11:25am on September 13, 2013, Joan Hutchins said…
Ty, Tiffany. :) I'm hoping u can help me. My ma was born in 1897. Her father was a sea captain, guessing he was born in the 40s or 50s. I wonder could you tell me what ship companies existed in that period or direct me to search. My ma was from Milford/Ramelton, Co. Donegal. She said that he was lost at sea. Her sister said that he deserted the family. I'd like to find out what really happened. His name was John Hamill. I'd appreciate if you could direct me in the right direction. :)
At 1:38pm on September 13, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Pete Hamill is a well-known journalist and author living in New York City. His parents emigrated from Belfast, perhaps before Pete was born. Perhaps Pete can offer some suggestions, as well as Gerry Cappa, a fellow member living near Belfast. Let me know if you have trouble reaching Gerry via his own profile.

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