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Niamh's latest album "Cuz - A Tribute to Terry 'Cuz' Teahan" is out now. A tribute to the music of Sliabh Luachra musician Cuz Teahan, who emigrated to Chicago in 1928, the album features many top class guest musicians. All welcome to celebrate its official release.
Available here at CopperPlate:…Continue
A by-election result in Co Meath has put Direct Democracy Ireland to the fore after coming from nowhere to beat a Government party into 5th place. DDI is the brainchild of Raymond Whitehead and spurned on in recent months as a new political force to be reckoned with by Ben Gilroy. Ireland has been through massive fiscal consolidation since its Bank bailout in 2008 but the political landscape has remained much the same until now.
The concept of direct democracy was in…Continue
Added by Niamh on April 3, 2013 at 13:00 — No Comments
Tom Cruise arrived in Dublin earlier and checked into the Merrion Hotel on Stephens Green. Whilst launching his new film Oblivion, Cruise will be tracing his Irish roots
Patrick Cruise, his great-great-great grandfather, returned from America when he was told that his land agent had evicted tenants from lands in Co Westmeath in 1843.
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Guinness has moved its new large brewing vats from Dun Laoghaire to James’s Gate Brewery last night. The tanks are some 22 metres long x 6.6 metres wide and 5.4 metres in height [30 tons each] [a total of 10 this sailing] for the Guinness brewery extension. It was also the first commercial [cargo] vessel in Dun Laoghaire Harbour since 1988…Continue
It looks like the esteemed Irish actor will take a 5 year break to his Annamoe hideaway in Co Wicklow after winning his third Oscar in Lincoln. Annamoe ( Irish: Áth na mBó, meaning "Ford of the Cows" ) is a small tranquil village situated between Roundwood and Laragh on the road to Glendalough. If you ever visit Glendalough from Dublin, Annamoe is…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 25, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfeild made history by being the first person to use the Gaelic language from outer space.
Hadfeild tweeted a photo of Dublin at night with the following tweets:
“@Cmdr_Hadfield: Tá Éire fíorálainn! Land of green hills & dark beer. With Dublin glowing in the Irish night.”
This was followed by Irish…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 21, 2013 at 9:30 — No Comments
Ten 28 ton brewing vessels have arrived at Dun Laoghaire harbour to be trucked to the Guinness Brewery at James's Gate in one of the biggest expansions at the brewery in years.
It's expected that the brewery will consolidate itself as the primary brewing area for Guinness for the foreseeable future as a result of this installation.
Added by Niamh on February 19, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
Historians and forensic scientists are very excited by the find. The site dates back to 1691 when French and Irish forces fought Cromwellian troops. It is believed that some of the remains may have noble and…Continue
Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Find of 17th Century Gold Coins, Carrick on Suir, Co. Tipperary.
National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, Kildare Street, D2.
Added by Niamh on February 14, 2013 at 16:30 — No Comments
Every year on February 14th massive numbers of Dubliners and tourists alike congregate at White-friars St Church to celebrate St Valentine's day. The remains of St Valentine are reputed to rest in a casket in the church. Numerous relics surrounded by candles burn in front of his statue.
The legend of St Valentine declares he was executed in 270AD for performing…Continue
From around A.D. 800 to the 11th century, a vast number of Scandinavians left their homelands to seek their fortunes elsewhere. These seafaring warriors--known collectively as Vikings or Norsemen ("Northmen")--began by raiding coastal sites, especially…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 13, 2013 at 18:30 — No Comments
I t's 80's years since Kerry Author Maurice Walsh penned his short stories Green Rushes.Director John Ford read Green Rushes in 1933 and then secured the film rights to make the film The Quiet man in 1952.
A full exibition to celebrate the 80th anviesery will be held at the…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 12, 2013 at 14:41 — No Comments
Aer Lingus is inviting teams from all over the world to compete in the first ever International Hurling Festival. The best hurlers from the USA, South America, Canada, the UK, Continental Europe, Asia and Australia will descend on Galway for a three-day festival of ceol, craic and culture, as well as the first hurling competition of its kind. The tournament will feature…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 11, 2013 at 10:00 — No Comments
National Museam Of Ireland: This exhibition brings together, for the first time, a significant selection of Jack B. Yeats’s personal sketchbooks, which form part of the Anne Yeats Gift (1996). By the end of his life, Yeats had assembled a collection of over 200 individual sketchbooks, 204 of which are held by the Gallery. By the…Continue
Added by Niamh on February 3, 2013 at 19:30 — No Comments