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Everything You Want to Know About May's Birthstone, the Emerald

Everything You Want to Know About May's Birthstone, the Emerald

Posted by Ima Ocon on 1st May 2020

When buying jewelry for yourself or for your loved one, choosing the right one can be tricky. Whether it’s a ring, necklace, or brooch, the best jewelry not only looks good but also reflects the personality of its owner. Timeless beauty is what you’re looking for, since it’s meant to last for years, …
The History of Mother's Day, Irish Mothers, and Mother's Day Presents

The History of Mother's Day, Irish Mothers, and Mother's Day Presents

Posted by Jessie Tyler on 24th Apr 2020

Mother’s day can be traced to Medieval times. The kids of low-income families were sent to work as servants and apprentices in rich homes. Every year during the middle of Lent, kids were given a day to visit their “Mother Church” and worship the Virgin Mary as the Mother of Christ.After doing this t …
The Best Irish Mother's Day Gifts for Every Budget

The Best Irish Mother's Day Gifts for Every Budget

Posted by shamrock craic on 20th Apr 2020

Mother's Day is fast approaching in just a few short weeks. Do you have your Irish Mother's Day present yet? ShamrockGift.com has a great selection of Mother's Day presents at a range of price points. Whether you're looking for a charming addition to your Mother's Day gift or the main Mother's Day p …
Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Ireland

Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Ireland

Posted by Allison Krier on 9th Mar 2020

Grace O’Malley. Feminist icon to some, to others, a folk hero rebelling against English rule. She was certainly as charismatic and remarkable a historical figure as she was unimaginable. She truly led a people, and indeed, conducted acts of piracy. Not exactly a sixteenth-century feminine archetype. …
The Most Common Irish Names and Phrases (and How to Pronounce Them)

The Most Common Irish Names and Phrases (and How to Pronounce Them)

Posted by Jessie Tyler on 25th Feb 2020

Around one million people in the country of Ireland speak the Irish language, with an additional 20,000 Irish speakers in the United States, where it is often called "Gaelic." Part of the Celtic group of languages, it is similar to Scots Gaelic, Welsh, Breton, and Manx. As such, it might seem to hav …
15 Movie Stars with a Bit (or a Lot!) of Irish Heritage

15 Movie Stars with a Bit (or a Lot!) of Irish Heritage

Posted by Lucas Beechinor on 20th Feb 2020

Hollywood is full of talented actors with deep connections to Ireland. In advance of the Academy Awards this weekend, we’re taking the occasion to look at 15 stars with ties to the Emerald Isle but weren’t born there. Some of them may surprise you!MICHAEL FASSBENDER (Flickr)We are starting this …