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Do You Have the Gaelic?
Having the Gaelic is a matter of deep pride for many with Irish roots. Cló Iar-Chonnacht rightly celebrates its part in keeping Gaelic the living language that it is in Ireland. Gaelic, forbidden for centuries by the conquerers, is alive and well on that contrary West Coast of Ireland.
Cork, European Capital of Culture
Cork City en joysthe status of "European Capital of Culture." This includes special musical, theatrical, and artistic venues of all kinds throughout the city. Cork City alone is well worth visiting, but this is a special time, the likes of which will not be seen again.
The Claddagh ring design is familiar all over the world. Do you know what it really means?
Ireland's castles bring the medieval to life. Bunratty Castle is a wonderful site that is well worth visiting on your trip to Ireland.
Book Review : Brooklyn
To understand futility, hope, dashed hopes, what does this say about an author. Colm Tóibín is remarkable in Brooklyn, where he speaks as a young Irish girl of the 50s who finds herself in America as if by accident. How will she answer when Ireland calls her back?
Body, Mind, and Spirit Meet in Cloona
Cloona is the original health farm center in Ireland, founded in 1973. Toss off the troubles and change the outlook through yoga, massage, movement, and diet in the peaceful Mayo site.
Blasphemy in Ireland
In a tag onto an important European Union law was a prohibition against blaspheming in Ireland. Holy Inquisition! Ireland, land of the blashemingist blasphemers on the face of the planet, silenced? No, nay, never!
BellaOnline's Irish Shop
Welcome to BellaOnline’s Irish Shop. Here you will find the best of Irish foods, music, reading, clothing, and jewelry and gift items. There are so many beautiful Irish goods, from original artwork to simple crafts. Steep yourself in a bit of Irish Culture and remember the scent of burning turf, th
Banshee in Ireland
The Banshee is a fairy woman who brings with her cry the notice that there is soon to be a death.
An Irishman's Lament
You'll be Missed. Read this at your own risk. Have a handkerchief ready.
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