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  • Hartford's Correspondent Abroad Reports On World War I

    Hartford's Correspondent Abroad Reports On World War I
    On the front page on Oct. 7, 1917, in the breathless style of the day, The Hartford Courant informed readers that it had dispatched a correspondent to war-ravaged France, where the 26th Yankee Division from New England had begun to arrive. "Only...
  • Green and wild: Ireland the way you imagined it

    Green and wild: Ireland the way you imagined it
    "I carry the sun in a golden cup, the moon in a silver bag." --Irish poet W.B. Yeats Breda met me in front of the butcher shop and led my car down a road so narrow a moonbeam would need daylight to find it. Then we arrived at Thomas Lynch's...
  • Malcolm Glazer, owner of Tampa Bay Buccaneers, dies at 85

    Malcolm Glazer, who ascended from near-poverty as a teenager to owning the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and international soccer powerhouse Manchester United, died Wednesday, the Buccaneers announced. He was 85. Glazer suffered two strokes in 2006 that...
  • Kim Kardashian-Kanye West wedding: Bring on pictures, honeymoon

    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are finally married -- but of course there are still more details to be had, including the first official pictures from the event and some details of their mini-honeymoon.  The pictures surfaced courtesy of E! Online, the...
  • Le Pacte Embarks Distributors On 'Timbuktu' and 'Salt of the Earth' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS- Rolling off a busy Cannes market, Le Pacte has almost sold out a pair of critically-acclaimed official selection players: Abderrahmane Sissako's "Timbuktu" and Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribero Salgado's "Salt of the Earth." Acquired last week by...
  • Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director

    Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director
    After Anne Marie Murphy came to the United States from her native Ireland to earn her doctorate in molecular genetics from Johns Hopkins University, she planned to "become an academician," she said. Volunteering at a clinic for domestic abuse victims...
  • Irish tradition comes alive at monthly 'hooley'

    Irish tradition comes alive at monthly 'hooley'
    Traditional Irish music is alive and well in Chicago. One need look no further than the hooleys at Chief O'Neill's Pub and Restaurant on North Elston Avenue. A hooley is a social gathering — music, dancing, food, conversation. Under the auspices...
  • Gaelic Park Irish Festival begins Friday in Oak Forest

     Gaelic Park Irish Festival begins Friday in Oak Forest
    All things Irish will be celebrated Friday through Monday at Chicago Gaelic Park's 28th Irish Festival in Oak Forest. More than 40 artists from the states and Ireland will provide continuous music on four stages. Two more stages cater to kids and...
  • 'The Cripple of Inishmaan' premieres at Valencia

     'The Cripple of Inishmaan' premieres at Valencia
    Martin McDonagh's dark Irish comedy "The Cripple of Inishmaan" makes its Central Florida premiere on Friday, June 6, in a production by Valencia College Theater. Set in 1934 off the west coast of Ireland, "The Cripple of Inishmaan" tells the story of...
  • Unions say Norwegian Air uses unfair tactics to undercut competitors

    Unions say Norwegian Air uses unfair tactics to undercut competitors
    A battle is brewing over the lucrative trans-Atlantic routes that have been dominated by major U.S. and European airlines. Upstart Norwegian Air Shuttle is ruffling rivals’ feathers with its plans to bring the kind of low-fare service offered by...
  • Jerry Brown weighs in on Apple taxes, gets ire of the Irish

    Jerry Brown weighs in on Apple taxes, gets ire of the Irish
    Irish media are raising a fuss over Gov. Jerry Brown's comments on the Irish tax laws that shelter Apple from billions of dollars in U.S. taxes. "I don't know how you got to have Apple to have so much of their business in Ireland, we thought they were a...
  • Viewing the World Cup from Southern California

    Viewing the World Cup from Southern California
    Can’t make it to Brazil? That doesn’t mean you can’t elbow your way through a crowd of drunken fans to a front-row seat for this summer’s World Cup, which kicks off Thursday. Viewing parties are scheduled all over Southern...