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Is Turf the Answer?

U.S. crude settled down 5 percent at $48.87 a barrel on Friday as fears about the disruption of Middle East crude shipments from Yemen’s conflict eased. 394 more words


Is Irish Film onto Something New?

What are film festivals for? Maybe, it’s not a question worth asking. For most of the year we whine about folks not turning out for “serious” cinema. 540 more words


Is Ireland on Your List?

“There are no strangers here, Only friends you have not yet met” WB Yeats.

William Butler Yeats, the renowned Irish poet was born in Dublin and shortly afterwards his family moved back to Merville, Sligo where young poet came to think of the area as his childhood and spiritual home. 438 more words


True Brotherhood in the Wilds of West of Ireland

Dúch Press Release Co. continues to celebrate the Irish diaspora in the USA in commemoration of  March being Irish-American Heritage month.

Irish Central does an amazing job at bringing the most current news from Ireland and the Irish community in the USA. 734 more words


The Dublin Horse Show And 9 Other Hidden Attractions

During a recent visit to the United Kingdom I brought up The Dublin Horse Show with a group of people and was shocked to discover that most of them had never heard of it. 761 more words

Dublin Attractions

Erin go Bragh (Ireland Forever)

For my first post I would like to write about the love of a certain place.  I am a true blue Australian Native, but my heart has been swept away by a place that has changed my senses and my view of my lifestyle.   478 more words

Jack O' Hare In Ireland

Jack O’ Hare In Ireland

Jack O’ Hare was a bunny rabbit
won a trip, decided to grab it
went to Ireland his ancestral home… 199 more words