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  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Modern Irish fare always in play at Disney's Raglan Road

    Modern Irish fare always in play at Disney's Raglan Road
    Irish chef Kevin Dundon chuckles thinking about how most American's celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Green beer? No way. Corned beef and cabbage? Not on his menu. Dundon, 45, is one of Ireland's most celebrated culinary talents and a partner in the...
  • PASSINGS: Russell Arms, David Kelly, Philip Kellogg

    Russell Arms Actor who started on 'Your Hit Parade' Russell Arms, 92, a singer and actor who was a regular vocalist on the popular TV musical program "Your Hit Parade" from 1952 to 1957, died Monday at his home in Hamilton, Ill., where he had retired...
  • 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: Exploring roots and finding a sense of home

    Ireland: Exploring roots and finding a sense of home
    Just as Ciaran Burke had told us in his family's pub that morning, the view from the top of Mount Gable was spectacular. In fact, you could see most of the places my sisters and I had visited, driving around the west of Ireland that week: To the west...
  • Culinary SOS: Bewley's Tuscan bean and tomato soup

    Culinary SOS: Bewley's Tuscan bean and tomato soup
      Dear SOS: Earlier this year my wife and I had the best Tuscan tomato soup at Bewley's on Grafton Street in Dublin, Ireland. It was thick, well-seasoned and simply delicious. We both loved it, and we have tried without success to duplicate it. Do you...
  • Chatting with The Chieftains' Paddy Maloney: The band's 50 years and the future

     
    With the 50th anniversary of quintessential traditional Irish band The Chieftains looming, founder Paddy Maloney knew a commemorative album needed to be done. But Maloney says he wasn’t particularly interested in looking back. The Chieftains, with...
  • Arts on TV: Trans-Siberian Orchestra; André Rieu; Ramsey Lewis

     
    “Open Call” 9 p.m. Thursday, KCET: Fine Cut Festival of Student Films: Hosted by mezzo-soprano opera singer Suzanna Guzman. “The World's Greatest Musical Prodigies” 10 p.m. Thursday, KLCS: Alexander meets and auditions four...
  • Irish voters appear to approve European fiscal treaty

     
    A European treaty to rein in public spending has apparently been approved by Irish voters in a referendum. The counting of votes was underway, but the opposition has conceded defeat....
  • Celebrating Bloomsday and James Joyce

     
    James Joyce's "Ulysses" may be one of the most difficult books of the 20th century, but that hasn't stopped it from becoming the center of public celebrations worldwide....
  • Football: Not a good start for Notre Dame's trip to Ireland

     
    Sherman Oaks Notre Dame players left for Ireland on Tuesday afternoon, but about 40 members of the football team had trouble in London and missed a connecting flight to Dublin. They are supposed to make it to Dublin Wednesday night......