Wednesday, November 23, 2022
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...
CELTIC'S defeat at Ibrox was the latest in a series of sabotages carried out by the players and staff of the club in a season which has transformed from an opportunity for iconic achievements into a ritual act of...
THE unveiling of Glasgow’s memorial to the victims of the Great Hunger has been delayed due to the restrictions put in place as part of the fight against the coronavirus. With the funds raised by the Glasgow Irish community and...
MEN’S Gaelic football in Scotland concluded for the year with a gala occasion as hundreds of supporters joined four clubs in Coatbridge for the junior and senior finals. Tír Conaill Harps and Dalriada first contested the junior final, with...
Kate Kerrigan MY SUCCESSFUL single working girl friend from Dublin was squeezing me in for a flash 36-hour weekend. I took her on a looking-at-scenery spin. Showing off my quiet scenic life to the city girl, with her sushi bars...
IRISH cafe chain Bob & Bert’s (above) are set to open their fifth outlet in Scotland, with plans for more already underway. The Stirling cafe joins shops in Kirkcaldy, Falkirk, Dumfries and Dunfermline, and will open its doors this October...
NEWRY may soon be unveiling a monument to Celtic's first manager after cross party support for such a proposal was secured. Willie Maley was a player in the first Celtic team, induced to join the ranks of the new club...
Liam Kelly THE story of Patrick Welsh is one of both intrigue and importance in terms of the history of Celtic Football Club and the Irish in Glasgow. Welsh was born in the town of Killargue, Leitrim, in 1848. He...
Joe Bradley THE Cursillo—Cursillo being a lay Christian organisation—‘Knock Walk’ began in Derry in the 1980s and spread to Belfast in the 1990s. The walk’s collective intention is to pray for peace; in individual hearts, families, communities and countries. Its...
Murray Leith and Jo Laing GLASGOW Irish Bands and Gigs has played its part in keeping spirits high during lockdown by releasing a new CD featuring artists from all over the world. The 17-track CD—entitled Lockdown Sessions 2020 (above)—is comprised of...
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