December 28, 2013 0
“Pericles” at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is everything Shakespeare could wish: funny, beautiful, exciting, touching.
February 23, 2014 2
How it’s New York: It’s a literary love fest in Greenwich Village launching Eamon Loingsigh’s “Light of the Diddicoy,” a gripping novel set in a very pre-hipster Irish Brooklyn of a century ago. And in the multi-cultural spirit on NYC, Loingsigh shares the program with prominent Italian-American writer Richard Vetere. How it’s Irish: Set in the year […]
December 26, 2013 0
Bruce Springsteen scholar and sometime “Backstreets” photographer Matt Orel reviews Debra Rothenberg’s “Bruce Springsteen in Focus: 1980-2012:” “We get to see the joy that Springsteen brought to his performances…” and it’s accurate!
December 4, 2013 0
Joanie Madden describes a gathering of old and new friends in Cherish the Ladies’ live CD and DVD, “An Irish Homecoming.”
December 21, 2013 2
“An Irish Christmas” still going strong in 2013
December 21, 2013 0
You haven’t really experienced “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” until you have heard it come alive in the voice and movements of Fiona Shaw and dancer/mime Daniel Hay-Gordon.
December 24, 2013 0
Kilkenny, which had a Bruce concert last summer, has been named 2013 Tourism Town in Ireland.
December 23, 2013 0
“Rise Up Singing: Women in the Labor Movement” was both entertaining and educational in a program produced by the CUNY Institute of Irish-Aemrican Studies and the Department of African-American Studies at Lehman College.
December 15, 2013 0
Farewell, Peter O’Toole, inspiration for Francis Crawford of Lymond by Dorothy Dunnett, and one of the world’s most interesting actors.
December 25, 2013 0
Chris Brosnan is creating graphic novels about Finn McCool.
December 23, 2013 0
Want to find a great Irish pub in America? Check out this book.
December 14, 2013 0
Ethan Hawke plays Macbeth as a muddled middleman, easily led by Sisters of Mercy Me.