Posts Tagged ‘Cork’

Mike Fitzpatrick reviews Conal Creedon's "The Cure," and finds Mellamphy's portrayal of John Murphy, a washed-up, broken-down and burnt-out survivor of Cork's...

Lucy Healy-Kelly caught Colum McCann reading from his new book "Trans-Atlantic" at the Dublin Writer's Festival, an evening full of excitement; Gerry Adams was...

Orla O'Sullivan reviews the film "Choosing Signs" and finds it, while a little implausible, sweet and funny.

"Divil of a Noise," Donie Carroll's second CD, will make you want to sing.

Donie takes his ministry seriously How it’s New York:      The concert, held at Irish Repertory Theatre,  benefitted Hurricane Sandy charity...

How It’s New York: Máirtín de Cógáin has played a lot in NYC, appearing more than once at the Lillie’s session. How It’s Irish: Máirtín is from Cork, and...

How It’s New York:  Tommy Burns is a musician in NJ and hosts of “Glor na h’Eireann”, an Irish Radio show broadcasting from Rutgers University 88.7 FM on...

How It’s New York: This 1922 film is partly set in New York, where the Irish emigrant protagonists make their new home in Amerikay; and what is more New York...

How It’s New York: Máirtín De Cógáin is playing at Rocky Sullivan’s in Brooklyn on the 24th and at Murphy’s Bar on the 27th.  He has led sessions at Lillies...