Posts Tagged ‘Charles Hale’

"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...

How It’s New York: The 2012 Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award celebration took place at the Manhattan Club above Rosie O’Grady’s, a convivial...

Ron Ryan and Mary Tierney How It’s New York: New York is still one of the world’s great literary homes.How It’s Irish:  IAWA is IRISH-American Writers...

How It’s New York: The Irish-American Writers and Artists is a NY based group, and the Salons bring out some of the best people in the city! How It’s...

How It’s New York: Joe Hurley’s Ourland Festival took place at one of New York City’s cultural hubs, Lincoln Center. How It’s Irish: The Ourland Festival...

How It’s New York: Irish American Writers &Artists  is a NY institution, and these salons attract some of the most creative talent in the city. How It’s...

How It’s New York: The IAW&A holds salons all over the city, and was founded in NYC. How It’s Irish: Irish American Writers and Artists celebrates writers,...

T.J.English gives an address How It’s New York: IrishAmerican Writers and Artists Inc. was founded in and is mostly active in New York City with...

How It’s New York: These bi-monthly readings at IAWA have turned into a real New York scene: newcomers and regulars, sharing their art, sharing...

How It’s New York: Charles R. Hale runs the Irish American Writers and Artist’s Salon, which is a New York treasure. Many terrific writers, actors, musicians...

Charles R. Hale. Catch him as an Irish cop on April 19! How It’s New York: The smorgasbord of options is so incredibly New York!  Hard to keep these...

Guinevere Donohue How It’s New York: New York is the center of the literary world, and this eclectic salon is fast becoming a New York tradition. How...

How It’s New York:  Irish American Writers & Artists is based in NY, though founded after a conference in Virginia in 2008.  Its board of Advisors includes New...

How It’s New York:  The writers run the gamut from playwright, journalist,  essayist, novelist, American-born, Irish-born, in a happy mix of folks.How...