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Bloomsday: An Annual Celebration of James Joyce

Bloomsday: An Annual Celebration of James Joyce

Posted by Lucas Beechinor on 14th Jun 2019

Every year on June 16, literary aficionados across Dublin (and other major cities around the world) celebrate Bloomsday. The day is a tribute to the work of Ireland's most famous author, James Joyce, and his groundbreaking slice-of-life novel, Ulysses. Since the first Bloomsday (named for a key prot …
A Huge Trove of Irish Genealogy Documents Are Now Available Online for Free

A Huge Trove of Irish Genealogy Documents Are Now Available Online for Free

Posted by Adam Farley on 13th Jun 2019

A massive collection of Irish marriage, birth, and death certificates, some of which date back to 1864, have been made available for free online, courtesy of a joint venture between Ireland's Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protec …
The Four Provinces of Ireland: The Best Things to Do and See in Munster

The Four Provinces of Ireland: The Best Things to Do and See in Munster

Posted by Olivia O'Mahony on 12th Jun 2019

Historically, the Irish provinces were a group of kingdoms with squishy shifting borders and rich history and culture. Modern Ireland has four provinces: Leinster in the east, Connacht in the west, Ulster in the north, and Munster in the south. Every Wednesday this June, we're bringing you our trave …
The Top 5 Things to Do in County Down

The Top 5 Things to Do in County Down

Posted by Adam Farley on 11th Jun 2019

One of the six counties of Northern Ireland, County Down is located in the northeast of Ireland, bordering the Irish Sea to the east and Counties Antrim and Armagh to the north and west. Containing the highest mountain range in Northern Ireland and one of the country’s longest sea borders, Down is a …
The Best Irish Songs to Play at Your Wedding

The Best Irish Songs to Play at Your Wedding

Posted by Brian Patrick O'Sullivan on 10th Jun 2019

Every culture, every country, has their own wedding traditions. And why not, it is one of the most important days in any person’s life. It symbolizes the bond and union of two people who love either, and are willing to go through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows together. It is a sacred a …
Folklore Friday: How W.B. Yeats Changed the Face of Irish Folklore

Folklore Friday: How W.B. Yeats Changed the Face of Irish Folklore

Posted by Olivia O'Mahony on 10th Jun 2019

Though he was born to an aristocratic Anglo-Irish family, W.B. Yeats did more to promote and preserve the folklore of ancient Ireland than anyone else.******By the time that poet William Butler Yeats was born in 1865, the discipline of Irish folklore studies had been gaining traction for quite some …