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Border Communities Against Brexit Expects Article 16 Move Border Communities Against Brexit Expects Article 16 Move
The campaign group Border Communities Against Brexit says that in the coming week "we expect that the British Government will invoke Article 16 as ...
Video series leads to lovely album Video series leads to lovely album
A couple of sad notes to begin this week. Gregg Burnett, one of the great champions of Irish traditional music, has passed away. A multi-instrument...
2021 Labor Awards
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2021 Labor Awards
The Irish Echo held its 11th Annual Labor Awards on Friday, November 5th, 2021 at The Edison Ballroom in NYC.
Hibernians Host O'Hanlon Hibernians Host O'Hanlon
Pic of Day: The Ancient Order of Hibernians New York State Board gathered in Monroe, New York on Saturday, November 6 and the program included a ta...
Flights Resume Flights Resume
The Atlantic is open again for east to west flights as of today, Monday, November 8. The 20 month Covid-caused ban on non-essential travel from 33 ...
Forward is forum for fresh perspectives Forward is forum for fresh perspectives
Once upon a time in New York, there was a Yiddish-language paper for every political point of view – conservative, anarchist, communist or whatever...
Media in focus Media in focus
Picture of the Day: Black, ethnic and community journalism and publishing were discussed at the panel discussion “Preserve Black Press,” held last ...
Celebrating Samhain, history’s heroes Celebrating Samhain, history’s heroes
As Samhain approached, the Nollaig Na mBan NY women were excited when I suggested we have our first in person celebration since the pandemic. For t...
Rhode Island Commemoration For Catalpa Man Rhode Island Commemoration For Catalpa Man
A commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Death of James McNally Wilson, one of the Catalpa Six, is set for this Saturday, November 6 at 1 p....
House Committee Considering Pathway To Citizenship House Committee Considering Pathway To Citizenship
Congress is wrestling with the issue of immigration and, not surprisingly, there is a no holds barred air about the proceedings. The Senate is the ...
Consul General Visits Emerald Isle Consul General Visits Emerald Isle
Pic of Day: Siobhán Dennehy, Executive Director and members of the Emerald Isle Immigration Center team were on hand to welcome Consul General Hele...
NYU Conference Examining Black/Irish Relations NYU Conference Examining Black/Irish Relations
New York University is marking “Black History Month Ireland” with the publication of a new report on the Black, Brown and Green Voices Project. It ...
Whiskey and Cream, What Could be Sweeter! Whiskey and Cream, What Could be Sweeter!
Irish Cream Liqueurs, Part One You don’t have to be Irish to drink Irish cream liqueur, but if you like the flavors of whiskey, cream, coffee, coco...
Presidential Honor For Adrian Flannelly Presidential Honor For Adrian Flannelly
Pic of Day: Broadcaster Adrian Flannelly is one of four U.S.-based recipients of the Presidential Distinguished Service Awards for the Irish Abroad...
Tom McGrath Is A Hard Man To Keep Up With Tom McGrath Is A Hard Man To Keep Up With
Tom McGrath’s a Hard Man to Keep Up With It’s been hard keeping up with Tom McGrath. Even from behind a desk. As many readers are aware, Tom is a r...