Mold responsible for Irish potato famine may be gone for good
Scientists used modern genetic sequencing and rotten old museum samples to peer back in time at the cause of the potato blight that led to more than 1 million deaths in Ireland in the 1840s.
Tue May 21, 2013
Pelham Art Center Presents Bloomsday on June 15
Next to St. Patrick's Day, Bloomsday is the holiday most often associated with celebrating Irish culture.
Mon May 20, 2013
Seeing Green on Pentecost Sunday
For those of us on the Gregorian calender, the Easter season officially came to a close with Pentecost Sunday on May 19, 2013.
Sat May 18, 2013
All are summoned to Ireland
Pedestrians carrying umbrellas and wearing St. Patrick's day hats and scarves move past the Temple Bar public house in Dublin, Ireland, on Sunday, March 17, 2013.
Westhampton Beach Cookbook Author Brings You Irish Recipes
Westhampton Beach cookbook author Margaret M. Johnson has done it again with Celebrating Grand Places & Glorious Food, Flavors of Ireland , her seventh Irish cookery book to date.The pleasures of Ireland should NOT be reserved for St.
Fri May 17, 2013
New bakery mixing dessert with booze
The Ohio Coffee Co. sold Bakery 21's 'infamous whiskey cake with cinnamon sauce' for St.
Thu May 16, 2013
Celtic music community loses one of its own
The Celtic music scene in the Denver area is a bit quieter these days, with the loss of beloved mandolinist Ruth Chaikin.
Wed May 15, 2013
Beach Metro Community News
Top 10 drinking nations in the world
Have you ever wondered what countries drink the most alcohol? I'll bet you have.
Tue May 14, 2013
International incident lands Theater District bar in hot water
An Irishman who took offense to a German woman being in the Tam on St. Patrick's Day head butted her in the nose, sending her to the hospital and the bar to the Boston Licensing Board.
Mon May 13, 2013
Taoiseach's tribute as our own 'green man' returns from space
GROUND Control to Commander Chris - come and visit Ireland. It appears that even the Taoiseach is a fan of Ireland's latest honorary son, commander of the International Space Station Chris Hadfield .
Some countries lobby for more in visa race
The government of South Korea hired a former CIA analyst, two White House veterans and a team of ex-congressional staff members to help secure a few paragraphs in the giant immigration bill.
Sun May 12, 2013
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Some Countries Lobby for More in Race for Visas
Source: New York Times The government of South Korea hired a former C.I.A. analyst, two White House veterans and a team of ex-Congressional staff members to help secure a few paragraphs in the giant immigration bill.
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Limerick Parade 'too commercial' for City of Culture
Limerick's Saint Patrick's Day festival planners are being asked to ensure next year's parade isn't hi-jacked by opportunists looking to promote business or political agendas.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Bathtub Pub: Detroit's newest up-and-coming dive bar is a work in progress
St. Patrick, arguably one of the most famous saints to have ever been canonized, gets to share rare air with some other famous saints with such prestigious names and Valentine and Nicholas.
Thu May 09, 2013
Pets now 20 percent of new TPR members
"Thurber" stands in his Irish garb with owner Christine Saalbach at the Beethoven Hall as St.
Wed May 08, 2013
Salerno teacher thrilled to get thank you letter from US president
A Galway based secondary teacher - who drew a picture of US President Barack Obama which was presented to him on March 19 - has received a personal letter of thanks from the man ranked by Forbes last year as the world's most powerful person.
Asbury Park Press
When I visited Kelly's Tavern recently, I realized I should have come here for what must have been one of the best St.
Playing It by Ear
I enjoy playing the piano every day. It's not playing like the kind of playing that people who really know how to play will play.
Dungannon woman charged with assault
A DUNGANNON woman has been charged in East Tyrone Magistrates' Court in relation to an incident on St Patrick's Day this year.
Charleston City Paper
Solas frontman Séamus Egan writes songs for his ancestor
In 1910, a man named Michael Conway set sail from the Irish seaport town of Cobh to seek better fortunes in the United States.