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  • 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...
  • Stand Performs at Arch Street Tavern in Hartford on Aug. 24

    Stand Performs at Arch Street Tavern in Hartford on Aug. 24
    It's going to be Friday before you know it. So hang on, and imagine yourself at Arch Street Tavern, whiskey in hand, prepared for Stand (pictured), a Dublin, Ireland-based quartet who've obviously paid close attention to their country's pop music trends...
  • Ireland info

    Ireland info
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO DUBLIN, IRELAND From LAX, United, American, Delta, US Airways, AER Lingus and British offer connecting service (change of plane) to Dublin. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $486, including taxes and fees. TELEPHONES To...
  • 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...
  • Premiere of opera based on Oscar Wilde's 'Being Earnest' highlights Irish arts festival's L.A. offerings (updated)

     
    Without even trying, the Irish have had a huge impact on American arts and culture over the past 150-plus years. Now, with the roaring “Irish Tiger” economy of the early 2000s defanged by a collapsed real estate bubble, they're trying.......
  • Colum McCann wins IMPAC Dublin Award

     
    Colum McCann has won the IMPAC Dublin Award for his novel "Let the Great World Spin." The selection was announced Wednesday at a ceremony in Dublin, Ireland. In addition to a lovely statuette, McCann will receive a prize of more......
  • 8 ways to celebrate James Joyce and Bloomsday

     
    Bloomsday is celebrated June 16 with toasts to James Joyce and "Ulysses" happening all over the world....
  • Ireland's debt rating cut to junk by Moody's; euro slides

     
    Ireland's debt rating was cut to junk status Tuesday by Moody's Investors Service, dashing financial markets' hopes for a stretch of calm after the latest upheaval in Europe. Moody’s dropped Ireland to Ba1 from Baa3, citing a “growing...
  • Colorful Plants Fill Overseas Gardens

     
    Twenty-five Floridians, one New York resident and one from Kentucky started out about two weeks ago to tackle Scotland and Ireland. We picked up a jolly Irish bus driver and guide in Glasgow, Scotland and we were off on a great adventure. Needless to...
  • Rockabilly star Imelda May talks about her top five guitar-toting influences in American music

     
    Rockabilly star Imelda May talks about her top 5 guitar-toting artists from the 50s that influence her music....
  • Facebook to boost privacy protections in Europe, Irish agency says

     
    Facebook will improve privacy protections in Europe over the next six months after an investigation into its practices there, the Menlo Park, Calif., the Irish data protection agency said Wednesday....
  • Ireland to put new European Union fiscal treaty to popular vote

     
    Ireland will put the new European Union treaty on fiscal discipline to a referendum. Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny announced Tuesday that the constitution required a popular vote on the pact....