Monday night was the CD release for the band Ré which features some of Ireland’s top talent. Seasoned veterans Liam Ó Maonlaí and Peter O’Toole join more recently vetted rising stars Eithne Ní Chatháin, Cormac Begly (Ó Beaglaoich) and Mattiú Ó Casaide in a fusion of traditional music. 281 more words
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The 16th Annual Christmas Carol Service for the LGBT Community at the Unitarian Church yesterday evening was a really welcoming and heart-warming get-together, featuring guest speaker Moninne Griffith, who spoke eloquently about why Civil Marriage Equality would be good for the whole of Ireland, not just the LGBT community, and spoke of the campaign ahead. 223 more words
Excerpted from my talk to the Quincy, IL, Unitarian Church on December 7.
Today is December 7. And for Americans of a certain age, that will always be followed by “a date that will live in infamy.” It’s the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the event that drew the United States into the Second World War. 2,103 more words
Don’t miss the 16th Annual Christmas Carol Service for the LGBT community, their families and friends, on Saturday, 13th December!
There will be a collection for the campaign for Civil Marriage with guest speaker Moninne Griffith of Marriage Equality, and the Dublin Gay Men’s Chorus provide the carols! 20 more words
Those Bell X1 lads are busy boys. Not content with releasing albums at a prolific rate while constantly touring, Paul Noonan is about to launch a side project call Printer Clips, while in the Unitarian Church, Dave Geraghty gave an early road test to tunes from his own solo project, Join Me In The Pines. 300 more words
Masks, Faces, Belief and Community
Some time ago, I read and enjoyed Meryle Secrest’s admiring biography of Frank Lloyd Wright (Frank Lloyd Wright: a Biography… 1,647 more words