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Blarney Star debuts Friday Blarney Star debuts Friday
Oooh, folks, the concert series are blazing their ways back this fall! We start with Don Meade’s resurrected Blarney Star series, which opens Sept....
Reappraising a revolutionary Reappraising a revolutionary
Cathal Brugha was shot during fighting in Dublin at the outset of the Civil War and died at the Mater Hospital the next morning, July 7, 1922. He w...
Gourley and Feddersen album is a delight Gourley and Feddersen album is a delight
You don’t see it too often in the world of traditional Irish music at this point, but vinyl has been making a roaring comeback in the world of popu...
McGovern captured A-bomb horror McGovern captured A-bomb horror
People around the world know the searing images Monaghan-born Daniel McGovern captured with his camera in the wake of the dropping of the atomic bo...
Tomatoes: Grab 'Em While You Can Tomatoes: Grab 'Em While You Can
It’s safe to say, I never met a tomato I didn’t like — red, yellow, green, plum, beef stake, big boy, grape, cherry, heirloom — the list is endless...
Labor was 'part of who we were' Labor was 'part of who we were'
“Our working conditions are the children’s learning conditions.” So said Kara McCormick-Lyons, the president of the White Plains Teachers Associati...
IAW&A for NYC Poetry Fest IAW&A for NYC Poetry Fest
The NYC Poetry Festival is back. And the Irish American Writers and Artists will be participating for the first time in the 2002 event, which will ...
'Far Away' is powerful reminder of Grennan's ability 'Far Away' is powerful reminder of Grennan's ability
Folks, great news if you’re living in New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut: the great band bohola is coming your way! Starting Sept. 21, the gr...
Chicago's Movie Hooley returns for 2022 Chicago's Movie Hooley returns for 2022
Hibernian Media has announced film selections for their 8th Annual “Irish American Movie Hooley” which is scheduled this year for consecutive weeke...
Irish artist paints emotional bridge to home for diaspora
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Irish artist paints emotional bridge to home for diaspora
A Co. Down artist is making a name for himself with the global Irish family thanks to his unique style of Irish artwork. A native of Co Down and a ...
A good venue is half the battle A good venue is half the battle
They will begin to gather for the inaugural Story Night NYC at 6 p.m. Sept. 12, on the Churchill Tavern’s 2nd floor, 45 East 28th St. in Manhattan....
Flavin helped redefine American art Flavin helped redefine American art
In their rush to reach the sanctuary of the Hamptons, thousands of people ignore the Dia Bridgehampton Art Museum, an unpretentious shingled wood f...

 

 

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