It's a Long Way to Tipperary: An Irish story of the Great
If you have an interest in the Irish involvement
in World War I, a web exhibition titled 'It's a Long Way to
Tipperary: An Irish story of the Great War' is a great resource.
Support The Corrigan Family Memorial Fund
Sunday, February 22, 2015, Sean Corrigan, loving husband and father
of three, died as the result of a tragic accident. While clearing
snow off a warehouse roof, he fell through the skylight.
Irish film 'Spider's Trap' wins award at The Indiefest Film
Awards in LA
Irish film noir 'Spider's Trap',
written and directed by Alan Walsh and produced by Bootstrap Films
Ltd and Blackhorse Film Productions, has won the Award For
Excellence at The Indiefest Film Awards in Los Angeles, California.
Sorrow in the Irish American community at the passing of Don
Colosseum and the Sacré-Cœur to go Green for Global
Irish American businessman Donald Keough
passed away on February 24th and will be a great loss to the Irish
community in the United States. Ireland knows him as the man who
brought Coca-Cola to Ireland.
Annual exodus of Ministers for St. Patrick's Day
27 ministers will be be leaving to promote Ireland this St.
Patrick's Day. The Taoiseach Enda Kenny will visit the US and will
have a series of engagements, including meeting with President
Obama, Vice-President Biden, and other Senate and Congress
representatives, as part of the St. Patrick's Day events in
Amazing opportunity with Irish-international food industry
Do you or anyone you know want to become a food marketing expert?
Bord Bia and UCD Smurfit School are looking for 30 professionals to
take part in two scholarship masters programmes that combine
classroom learning with overseas assignments with leading Irish
This year will see the Colosseum in
Rome and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica in the fabled district of
Montmartre going green for the first time thanks to the efforts of
the Embassies of Ireland in Rome and Paris in securing the
'greening'. Other sites going green for the first time include the
Ada Bridge in Belgrade, Serbia and the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville,
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