Posts Tagged ‘Scotland’

Burns Night, says Thomas Burt, is "a rallying point for a diaspora hard pressed to find rallying points." He talks to us about Burns Night Suppers.

Suze Sylvester describes exciting tennis from Scotsman Andy Murray at the U.S. Open this past week.

"The Pipes of Christmas," featuring the bard from "Outlander," are coming to town!

The Economist asks: "If Scotland votes for independence in a referendum due to be held in September 2014, what would happen to Northern Ireland?"

Dan Neely writes about Mick Moloney's cultual tour of Scotland. Wish we were there!

How it’s New York: A parade up Avenue of the Americas – what’s more New York than that? How it’s [Scottish] Irish: Listen to the pipes and drums. If that...

Mike Ogletree and Caitlin Boyle boogie down How it’s New York: In its 10th year, this is NYC’s version of the national observation of all things...

How It’s New York:  The Great Book of Gaelic is being shown at Ellis Island Immigration Museum through April 8.  Ellis Island was  the first American site...

How It’s New York:  The mural “The Wall of the Temple) was commissioned for Congregation B’nai Israel, in NJ (tristate), in 1951.   How It’s (Scottish)...

How It’s New York:  The Association of Performing Arts Presenters holds its annual conference in NY every January at the Hilton Hotel (the 6-10th this...

How It’s New York:  Some of the best players in NY will be performing at the Pipes of Christmas in NJ and NY, including Chris Layer, who runs the Tuesday...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Mick Moloney talks about “going out on the wren” and his new album “An Irish Christmas:  A Musical Solstice...

from L-R: Sean O’Donnell, Alasdair White, Ewen Henderson & Mike Katz How It’s New York:  The release is at Swift...

Lucy Healy-Kelly finds Alexander McQueen’s patriotic heart on his sleeve at the Savage Beauty exhibit, closing August 7th, at the Metropolitan Museum of...