“Gleann dá locha”; The Glen of the two lakes, was carved into the Wicklow landscape by glacial activity. Standing in the graveyard in the lands surrounding the lower lake you can easily imagine a time […]
Guinness is not only famous for their black stout, but they also produce some of the best blockbuster ads for Christmas on this side of the Atlantic. With an annual turnover in sales of $6 […]
This is Backwest from the Galway area. Along with their new album, Heritage Hall, they will be featured on the Bill&Imelda Show March 3,5 and 7 at 18:00 GMT. Heritage Hall is their second album. […]
Possibly Ireland’s most famous known export after Guinness, the Halloween festival we celebrate today originated with the Celtic festival of Samhain. Samhain signified the end of the Celtic year and the end of summer. It […]
Kilmore Quay still retains it’s 19 century traditional thatched cottages in all their splendour. Traditionally thatcher’s used natural materials that could be sourced locally, for example water reeds by the river Slaney, wheat reed or straw […]
The only Irish whiskey museum in the world has opened its doors in the centre of Dublin. The unique attraction chronicles the story of Irish whiskey, looking at everything from its taste and flavour, to […]
The liveIreland Music Awards 2016 (2016 Livies) 2016 was a terrific year for Irish music. In general, the Livies Awards reflect a number of much younger acts this year. These artists are doing what has […]
Scenes of Winters Past In Ireland. Scenes Of Winter’s Past In Ireland.