Friday, December 4, 2020
Davy Rispin IT WILL go down as one of the most unique and unusual GAA Championships of all time, devoid of crowds, sunscreen, umbrellas, tinfoil sandwiches and everything else you associate with a traditional summer series. However, the usual bucket...
Murray Leith and Jo Laing THIS month we speak to Elle Marie O'Dwyer (above), a fantastic traditional ballad singer from Cork, about her influences, inspiration and musical career to date. How would you describe the music that you typically perform and...
Michael Brady PERU is one of the countries that have been hit hardest by the Coronavirus pandemic. Despite the government moving quickly to impose curfews and strict border controls, at the time of writing, there has been more than 600,000...
Johnny Foley LAST month marked the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Minds were cast back to that fateful day in 2001 from those of us old enough to remember it—where we were, how we heard, what we thought. These are...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú TÁ DROCH-cuma ar cúrsaí na laethanta seo agus chun an fhírinne a rá tá cúpla mionn mór ar barr mo theanga nach dtig liom a scríobh anseo nó bheadh taom croí ag...
Mairi Hughes IN THE past weeks and months, more and more people have been posting videos on social media of an unboxing of a 'Lost Stock' parcel. Lost Stock is a recently launched initiative started by Edinburgh-based entrepreneur Cally Russell....
John Joe McGinley ONE of the most haunted places in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States is the scene of a terrible murder of a heavily pregnant Irish emigrant and her brother at the hands of hired killers. Early...
MAINTAINING business connections in the time of Covid-19 has presented a challenge for Causeway: Ireland Scotland Business Exchange, but it is a challenge they have risen to with events such as their Young Professionals Career Development sessions. The free online...
Éimhín Ó Dunaigh Oifigeach Forbartha, Conradh Na Gaeilge, Glaschú BHUEL, a chairde, táim ar ais in Albain faoi dheireadh! Rud a bhí ar m’intinn agus mé ar ais in Éirinn—agus atá ar m’intinn le blianta, chun an fhírinne a rá—ná ár...
Kate Kerrigan MUM turned 80 last year so my sisters and I decided to take her away. We started planning back at the beginning of the summer, asking Mam where she wanted to go. “Anywhere in the world,” I said....
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