Posts Tagged ‘Irish Examiner USA’

Julie Feeney's third CD, "Clocks," has a delicious, fantastical atmosphere that resists the pressure of the second hand.

"Kinky Boots" is one Broadway music you'll want to try on: a feelgood factory fairytale.

Conor McPherson's "The Weir" at Irish Rep, reveals dark realms of life and death.

The child is father to the man: Johnny O'Callaghan's "Who's Your Daddy?"

The Gathering began in Ireland on Tuesday, January 8.

How It’s New York: The Craic Festival was conceived by local Terence Mulligan, and brings Irish film to a NY audience. You can read an interview I did with...

Colm Meaney as Railroad Baron Thomas Doc Durant  (AMC) How It’s New York: Michael Fitzpatrick is a Big Apple-based writer for the Irish...

How It’s New York: Maeve Binchy (May 28, 1940- July 30, 2012) was a beloved figure in New York: “I get a lot of energy in New York,” she said. She would stay at...

@Debra Reschoff-Ahearn How It’s New York: Michael Brunnock lives in NYC, and is a member of Fairplay Collective, a group that includes Brendan...

How It’s New York: The lads are each NYC faves, and are playing in the Tri-State area, including Joe’s Pub, Sunday June 3.  How It’s Irish: Martin Hayes on...

Eugene O’Neill How It’s New York:  Eugene O’Neill (1888 –  1953) was a Broadway baby, born in a Broadway hotel room, and  there are traces of him...

How It’s New York:  Frankie Gavin and De Dannan were here showcasing at APAP NYC.  I found out about this gig when I saw Frankie at Ambassador Noel...

Bogboy Surfaces: Theatre Review

How It’s New York:  It’s appearing as part of the 1st irish Festival, a New York Festival of Theatre arts which runs through Oct. 2!How It’s Irish:  Deirdre...

How It’s New York:  9/11 mainly invokes New York, although it is important to remember it also hit in New Jerset and D.C. too.  But Ground Zero was here. ...