Recipe for a Tasty Irish Christmas
Nov08

Recipe for a Tasty Irish Christmas

Our favorite Irish cookbook author, the incredibly prolific Margaret M. Johnson, is back with a new offering: “Christmas Flavors of Ireland.” We have a Q&A … and two mouthwatering recipes.

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Who’s Your Granny?
Mar08

Who’s Your Granny?

It’s been a long time coming, but welcome to Irish Philadelphia’s first genealogy column. “Who’s Your Granny?” makes its debut with a subject close to the hearts of the Irish—family stories.

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Who’s Your Granny?
Mar08

Who’s Your Granny?

It’s been a long time coming, but welcome to Irish Philadelphia’s first genealogy column. “Who’s Your Granny?” makes its debut with a subject close to the hearts of the Irish—family stories.

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A Final Farewell to John Ruddy
Mar07

A Final Farewell to John Ruddy

The Duffy’s Cut victim was laid to rest in a cemetery in Ardara on March 2 at a service attended by the men who found his body and the family left behind. Story and photo reprinted with permission, The Donegal News.

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A Final Farewell to John Ruddy
Mar07

A Final Farewell to John Ruddy

The Duffy’s Cut victim was laid to rest in a cemetery in Ardara on March 2 at a service attended by the men who found his body and the family left behind. Story and photo reprinted with permission, The Donegal News.

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Rest in Peace: John Ruddy
Feb21

Rest in Peace: John Ruddy

The remains of one of the 57 Irish immigrants who died during a cholera epidemic more than 180 years ago will be buried in Ireland on March 2. A local Irish community leader, Vincent Gallagher, donated a grave in his family plot to bury 18-year-old John Ruddy, who died at Duffy’s Cut.

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