The Economist asks: “If Scotland votes for independence in a referendum due to be held in September 2014, what would happen to Northern Ireland?”
Archives for November 2013
In Michelle Woods’ new book “Kafka Translated,” she looks at Franz’s Irish connection, his humor, and finds that Kafka himself was a re-interpreter.
Philomena Connors finds Juno and the Paycock surprisingly humorous and a feast for the senses.
New blogger Jenifer Hopkins finds the first New York Trad Fest a “celebration of the rich talent and vibrant dedication represented by musicians and dancers in New York.”
Philomena Connors finds the latest “Pen, Paper and Palate,” which focuses on biography, a bit of an uneven dish.
Philomena Connors reviews “George Mitchell: My Journey’s End” abou a return trip to Northern Ireland after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998, and finds it enlightening and potent.
A Maeve Brennan walk shows the writer in her place; “Maeve’s House” shows more the actor thinking about her.
Sen. George Mitchell is the honoree at the Irish Business Organization’s 40th anniversary celebration dinner.
Ryanair and United face off as they try to improve their images.
Learn about how to trace your roots using DNA in NYC on Saturday.
Author Angela Alaimo O’Donnell, in her own words.