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  • Glee Cast Live In Eurpoean Concert

    Glee Cast  Live In Eurpoean Concert
    After mounting a live stage concert event that played to sold out crowds and great acclaim in four American cities last year, Twentieth Century Fox Television and "Glee" co-creator Ryan Murphy are proud to announce the "Glee" cast will travel to Europe to...
  • On the Spot: Sound advice for avoiding hotel noise

    On the Spot: Sound advice for avoiding hotel noise
    Question: On a trip to Ireland we stayed at a hotel in Dublin that was advertised as "a tranquil retreat in the heart of the city center." It was — until about 2 a.m., when people began leaving the nightclub/pub across the street. There were fights,...
  • 900-year-old Saint's Heart Vanishes from Cathedral

    900-year-old Saint's Heart Vanishes from Cathedral
    DUBLIN, Ireland -- Police in Ireland are studying security camera footage from a cathedral in Dublin after the preserved heart of the city's patron saint was stolen over the weekend, they said Monday. The 900-year-old heart of St. Laurence O'Toole was...
  • St. Patrick's land is perfect for families

    St. Patrick's land is perfect for families
    DUBLIN — Sitting in a Pizza Hut, near a McDonald's, a Hollister bag at our feet, we could have been at any mall in America. The foreign traveler who craves the exotic, the rare, the undiscovered will cringe. The parents among us will understand....
  • Adultery, with a side order of economics

    Adultery, with a side order of economics
    In Chicago recently on tour for her new novel, "The Forgotten Waltz," Anne Enright seemed keener on the street scene than touting her book. From the perspective of the Whiskey Bar & Grill outdoor cafe on Rush Street, we saw an abundance of shopping bags...
  • Ireland warms actor's heart

    Ireland warms actor's heart
    A stage, film and television actor, Stephen Lang is known for his commanding roles. One of the stars of "Avatar," the 59-year-old New Yorker currently can be seen in the Fox series "Terra Nova." Lang's love of traveling began early. "The first trip I...
  • The New Irish Heroes

    Ireland loves its heroes, even those like Michael Collins who met his end at the hands of fellow Irishmen.  Collins was never more popular than he was at his funeral. The response was overwhelming, just like the response last week to the comments of...
  • No thanks, James

    No thanks, James
    By Richard Rayner "Ulysses" (Vintage: $17 paper) is the description of a single day, June 16, 1904, a day in the mingled lives of characters walking, talking, dreaming, eating, drinking, mourning and climaxing their way through the hours of an average...
  • Shay Duffin dies at 79; actor portrayed Brendan Behan

    Shay Duffin dies at 79; actor portrayed Brendan Behan
    Shay Duffin, a Dublin, Ireland-born actor best known for his one-man play about the colorful Irish writer Brendan Behan, has died. He was 79. Duffin, who also acted on TV and in films, died April 23 of complications from heart surgery at UCLA Medical...
  • Christopher Nolan dies at 43; Irish poet and novelist

    Christopher Nolan, an Irish poet and novelist who refused to let cerebral palsy get in the way of his writing, has died. He was 43. Nolan choked on a piece of food Friday at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, according to a statement from his family in the...
  • Hugh Leonard dies at 82; Irish writer of 'Da' and other plays

    Irish playwright and commentator Hugh Leonard, who won a Tony Award in 1978 for his bittersweet father-and-son drama "Da," died Thursday. He was 82 and had been hospitalized for more than a year battling various illnesses. -------------------- FOR THE...
  • Druid Theatre: A countryman's call

    Druid Theatre: A countryman's call
    John Millington Synge? Those Americans who've heard of him (and not that many have) tend to think of the early 20th century writer as a spinner of tales about coarse or quaint Irish folk who speak in a barely decipherable tongue. Garry Hynes is out to...