Izzy Kamikaze talks about the true history of Dublin Pride– and talks about Northwest Pride.
Archives for June 2013
A preview of this week’s Catskills Irish Arts Week, and interview with Artistic Director Reidin O’Flynn: save the dates, July 15-20, 2013.
Shakespeare in the Park’s “The Comedy of Errors” is one of the best you’ll ever see.
Irish American Writers & Artists Treasurer and Salon Producer John Kearns will be reading from his own works and giving a talk about the Molly Maguires in Dublin next week.
This week’s appearances and shows of Artists Without Walls members Barbara Rick, Marni Rice, Honor Finnegan, Colin Broderick and the members of AWoW at a “Showcase at The Cell Theater.”
John Kearns has lunch at the Friars Club with boxer “Irish” Seani Monaghan, who captured the World Boxing Council Continental Americas light heavyweight title last year.
An update on President Obama’s activities in Northern Ireland: criticism of segregated schools, for one.
Orla O’Sullivan finds that “The Boat Factory,” about the men who built boats in Belfast, evokes a way of life with poetry and humour. The play runs at 59E59 through Sunday, June 30.
Artists Without Walls and Ethiopian Street Children’s Project fundraiser tonight: cocktails for a cause.
Ennis Roots Music Festival, Clare Connections, is this weekend!
An update on the death of Savita Halappanavar, with some blame attached.
John Kearns reports on an Irish American Writers and Artists Salon event in Philadelphia!
President Obama and his family are off to Ireland
Martha Pinson describes her grandmother’s story, in Artists Without Walls