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Celebrating Yeats
Yeats Day is celebrated on June 13th. 2015 marks this literary giant's 150th birthday. While there are celebrations throughout 2015, this June will be especially ebullient.

The Lost Village of Tubber
How can you lose a whole village? This is the true story of how this County Cavan village was lost.

Tips for Planning Your Trip to Ireland
Traveling with a multi-generational group? Or a diverse group of friends? Here are some tips for mediating everyones' wishes when planning a trip to Ireland. The current exchange rate on the euro is galvanizing many to plan a trip to Ireland.

Irish Referendum Day 2015
May 22nd 2015 is a day when Irish citizens will vote on the 34th and 35th amendments to the Irish constitution. Whether Marriage Equality passes with a majority 'yes' or not, the campaign has shown the sea change in Irish contemporary culture.

Does Heritage have DNA?
Stories are the DNA of heritage and culture. The stories collected by those schoolchildren in 1937 and 1938, and the setting them out in neat cursive penmanship, are like genetic markers on a string of DNA in the human body.

Contemporary Irish Literary Culture
Ireland's past has a rich literary culture with four Nobel literary laureates. But the current literary culture is just as rich and even more varied. Here are some of my favorite contemporary Irish authors.

Mudlarking with Irish Birdwatchers
Guided walks with a theme and a shared purpose can really make for a special weekend outing that appeals to overseas visitors and Irish residents alike. Here Bee shares her experience out with Cavan Birdwatchers in the west of the county on a Sunday.

The Holy Wells of Ireland
The Holy Wells of Ireland are an important part of the island's spiritual heritage from pre-Christian times to the present day. Holy wells were the original cure all for mind, body and spirit.

Walking in Irish Wonderland
In a Fáilte Ireland survey in 2013, it was discovered that walking and hillwalking are the most popular activities for overseas visitors to Ireland.

Burning Man Goes Northern Ireland
Burning Man is a famous festival held each year in the Nevada desert. The focal point is burning amazing and elaborate woodend structures and sculptures. But one artist has taken that concept to London/derry, or Stroke City to locals, in Northern Ireland and a peace ritual.

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