Saturday, May 8, 2021
Mickey Mullan FOR years the Irish and alcohol have gone hand in hand. Not only were we famous for producing fine drinks, but our history is littered with songs, stories and poetry about the water of life. From Whiskey in...
Johnny Foley YOU could be forgiven for assuming a book about American Football in the small town of Odessa, Texas could draw absolutely no parallel with life here in Donegal, but upon the reading of Friday Night Lights by HG...
Liam Kelly SINCE the last issue of The Irish Voice, the anniversary of Aidan McAnespie’s cold blooded murder has rolled around. Though the dark days of conflict are thankfully no more in Ireland, the past still needs to be dealt...
Johnny Foley IT'S perhaps fair to suggest that, over the last few months at least, the world really has lost the run of itself; the USA in particular, of course and its domino effect has been huge. George Floyd’s death while...
THE challenge launched by Hearts and Partick Thistle may have raised the possibility of further uncertainty for the Scottish game, but for now clubs are looking ahead to a new season which sees the countries three biggest clubs with...
Mary McGinty WITH Suzie McGuire what you see is what you get. The rapid-fire chat, the bouncy personality and the infectious laugh are entirely authentic. There is no public persona with Suzie. She’s as real as they come. The signs were...
Mary McGinty AS ELDER statesmen go, John Cairney (above) is in a class of his own. A singular talent, prolific in all his chosen fields, he is a leading figure of the cultural landscape of Scotland. With his 90th birthday...
Colette Cooper AS WE continue our daily lockdown trials and tribulations, I have noticed many things, one of which is that a frazzled and unorganised mindset can start to creep up on us and add to our stress and worries....
Colette Cooper EVERY once in a while, I try to steer away from the constant buzzing and pinging sounds emanating from my mobile phone and, instead, take a well-needed social media detox for a few hours or even days. There are...
Kate Kerrigan "WHERE is Dad?’ I asked the teen. "Outside," he said, then quickly ran upstairs. Still in my pyjamas, I was engrossed in the last chapter of Gone With The Wind, still reeling from the gorgeousness of that penultimate scene...
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