by Patrick Bonar
Isaac Butt Q.C. M.P. (6 September 1813 - 5 May 1879) was an Irish…Continue
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Our Irish dream house of the week is a wonderful 4-bedroom detached home is located in the heart of the countryside and yet minutes from Waterford City. Situated on an elevated half acre site with views of the rolling countryside.
Built in 2006 and…
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This Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10AM to 3PM, Molloy College's Irish Studies Institute will host a Feast of Gaelic Culture in Long Island, New York with free workshops in the Irish Language, modern Irish Genealogy, Seanchas…Continue
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In our blog post last week, we mentioned some of the main attractions that you must see if you ever visit Waterford. This week we are having a look at…Continue
To say that the Irish built the Erie Canal is an exaggeration, since there were British and Germans who worked alongside them, but to say that they were the backbone of the Erie Canal is…Continue
Scents of freshly grated nutmeg, cinnamon and fresh apples spread throughout my house as the Nobby Apple Cake quietly baked in my oven. Not content to make just one cake, I doubled the recipe so I could share this delectable dessert cake with a few of my lucky friends. I followed the…Continue
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DOMHNAIGH -- On Oct. 26, 1771, John (Juan) MacKenna (left), who would rise to fame in South America, was born in Clogher,…Continue
We're delighted to announce that The Irish Pub film will open at cinemas in the U.S. and Canada today! The…Continue
This is from a series of programmes released in 2009.
This programme is about Achill Island where music was an integral part of island life. "You get serious goosebumps as you march into into the Church if your band is going well," Piper Conal Mc Namara states, as he describes playing with an Achill pipe band on St Patrick's day.
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In keeping with the Tory Island theme ...
This is a video on the Musical culture of Tory. It's part of a series of programmes released in 2009 exploring the rich musical culture of Ireland's islands.
We were expecting her unwelcome visit thanks to the ingenious invention of Radar, which had been developed during the dark, frightful years of World War II. All we could do was prepare for her inevitable onslaught. She was conceived and born on the African continent…Continue
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I teach genealogy at a senior center in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.. This city is a virtual melting pot of many nationalities of the world and people of many colors. We sometimes get into discussions that really are "food for thought." It is…Continue
The word "Halloween" owes its origin to the ancient Celtic harvest feast called Samhain, which occurred on the eve of the Celtic New Year, November 1. Several foods are traditionally eaten at this time, especially Colcannon and Barmbrack, a yeast fruit…Continue
A game of hurling in Mercedes, Argentina (1917)
A frequently asked…Continue
It was Samhain, the eve of the Celtic New Year -- the night when the veil between worlds was parted. The night when the spirits could commune with earthly mortals. As a child, he had often heard the tales told around the fireside but as he grew older he dismissed them as harmless ghost stories. …Continue
Sherlock’s Team Visits Dallas…Continue
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