Time-shifted photographs of my hometown in Ireland.
Maeve Higgins must’ve been back in Cobh (our hometown) at the same time this Christmas. Here she tells the story of Annie Moore, the first person to enter the doors at Ellis Island.
I stood on the darkening quay side in Cobh on Christmas Eve, and looked at a statue of Annie there. She seems small and capable, her hands lightly resting on her little brothers’ shoulders, gazing back at a country she would never see again. An Irish naval ship had returned to the harbor earlier that week from its mission off the Mediterranean coast, a mission that has rescued 15,000 people from the sea since May 2015, though 2016 was still the deadliest one for migrants crossing the Mediterranean since World War II.
My sister-in-law is causing quite a stir. Go Helen!
A fascinating project to document markings from 1939—designed to be visible from the air—placed all around the Irish coast.
A really nice short film about the Willie Clancy Summer School. It makes me want to get back to Miltown Malbay this July.
I think that I too will begin rating all my experiences on a scale from one to ten sexy ladies.
This is genuinely hilarious stuff from the genius behind Fireland.
I can't believe how forehead-slappingly stupid my home country can be sometimes.
The latest project from by Joshua Green Allen aka Fireland.
This is simply marvelous! A meatspace gathering of musicians that know each other threw the Irish music website I run, The Session. I wish I could have been there.
If you're in Dublin on the evening of the 8th of May, come 'round to Bono's hotel to hear me natter on about Ajax.
Can you really get by in Ireland by just speaking Irish? Not in Dublin, it seems. I'd love to see the TV show that this article is based on.
He has decided to prove that he can walk to Cork -- the location of the nearest Apple repair center -- faster than Apple can arrange for the pickup of his broken Mac.
Buy a one square foot piece of land (and the Brooklyn Bridge while you're at it). Cute Kerry hoors.
Only in Ireland.