This is the prologue to the following posts about my trip to Ireland to present my musical "The Last Torch" at the Celtic Fringe Festival, Sligo. I have been writing them backwards as things are best understood this way. It means the reader can read…Continue
Added by The Last Torch on November 6, 2015 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Ten years! My how the time has flown, it seems like that was just a few months ago.
It all started quite unexpectedly. In autumn of 2005, I was approached by friends who…Continue
Added by Bit Devine on May 29, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
Whether you’re studying Gaeilge as a native Irish person or as part of the Irish diaspora, the most important aspect to consider is staying motivated. It is true that there're several ways to achieve this goal, however, the best methodology to keep in mind is to maintain your…Continue
Added by David Joyce on March 4, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
If you haven't had the chance to get to know New Wild Geese members Corey & Liam, drop on over and say hello!
Liam Hughes is a Jewelry designer who…Continue
Growing up Mexican and Irish, as well as Sicilian had its moments of light and shade. All three are a family-based culture so there was a great emphasis placed on family, loyalty, culture and history. Growing up in the Desert Southwest within a 45 minute drive of the Mexican border also brought about an acute awareness.