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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...

Young actors steal scenes in glorious New York ‘coming of age’ flick, co-starring Molly Ringwald as put-upon, fed-up, loving Mom…. How it’s New York: Set...

‘Obey’, a stirring British film that crushes one’s spirits and raises one’s hopes. How it’s New York: ‘Obey’ had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. How...

Philomena Connors was at the Tribeca Film Festival, which opened on Thursday and runs through April 29th, and relished the 19th century adaptation of Chekhov's...

The week leading up to St. Patrick's Day saw the 20th Anniversary of the Craic Fest, a music and film fest featuring the best of independent film and music...

Shani R. Friedman takes a deep dive into the first week of the Tribeca Film Fest and almost has a celebrity encounter with "The Karate Kid"'s William Zabka.

Monday night I was treated to exactly what I expected, with the lovingly crafted documentary Songwriter at Tribeca. 

Alice Farrell braves the Nor-easter to make it down to City Winery to see The High Kings. 

How it’s New York: The launch takes place at New York’s Irish Arts Center How it’s Irish: Daniel Figgis is Irish   

Last week Glen Hansard arrived on our shores to launch his new CD and gave two wonderfully different gigs at Town Hall and Brooklyn Steel.

Michael Fitzpatrick remembers Dolores O'Riordan of the Cranberries, who "assisted a generation to tackle its demons."

Philomena Connors finds Enda Walsh's "Ballyturk" to be mysterious, dark, and funny.