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How it’s New York: Took place in New York City How it’s Irish: Festival by Irish/American Origin Theatre Company I always look forward to the turning of the year...

How it’s New York: Took place in New York City on January 5th and 6th 2019 How it’s Irish: Irish band Lankum from Dublin Lankum at Rough Trade Happy New Year! ...

How it’s New York: Shows happening in New York City How it’s Irish: Lankum are from Dublin, Ireland Lankum, Dublin’s hottest folk phenomenon are coming to New...

Legendary singer Ronnie Spector will be doing a two-night stand this Saturday and Sunday At City Winery.

"The Writing Irish of New York" is an indispensible book for anyone interested in writing or reading Irish-American literature.

Shani R. Friedman attends Persisticon, a benefit for Emily's List, for an evening of female comics, Murray Hill taking the piss and the fierce NY assembly...

Shani R. Friedman visits the second annual Tribeca TV Festival, and saw the fifth season premiere of "Madam Secretary." The episode "features some seriously...

The final weekend at Ren Faire is Celtic week! Think of it as medieval cosplay. There will be pipers, highland games, Irish musicians.

Ireland comes to Queens to celebrate independent cinema with a screening August 9th of The Long, Wet Grass, based on The McGowan Trilogy.

Congratulations to Joanie Madden, named winner of the 2018 Eugene O'Neill Lifetime Achievement Award by Irish American Writers & Artists!

Scottish fiddle champion Seán Heeley's new CD "Edge of the Bow" shows off different styles of playing.

Stephen Rea captivates in "Cyprus Avenue," as an Ulster unionist who believes his grandbaby is Gerry Adams.

For nearly four decades, New York has been celebrating Bloomsday on Broadway, originally created by Isaiah Sheffer, who loved the writings of James Joyce. Now...

Gwen Orel talks to Ciarán O'Reilly, director of Marina Carr's "Woman and Scarecrow" at Irish Rep, and to George Heslin, of Origin Theatre, who are presenting...