You love the Irish Center, and it shows! This week, we tallied up many generous donations, and we’re poised to crack the $11,000 mark. You can help get us there, but remember: there’s still a long way to go.
The owner of a famed taproom where Irish dancers congregated weekly, the “heart and soul” of the Philadelphia Ceili Group, and twin brothers who doggedly pursued the truth behind the deaths of 57 Irish immigrants in Malvern are the latest to be honored.
My beat: the waterfront. Bristol Borough, to be precise. The job? Cover a great little festival by the Delaware. We got the pictures to prove it.
RUNA, winner of the top Irish group in the Irish Music Awards last year, debuted its brand new CD, “Current Affairs,” on Friday, June 20, at the Sellersville Theatre. Gene Shay, the grand old man of Philly folk, introduced the group along with opening act, singer-songwriter Michael Braunfeld. And one audience member used the occasion—with the collusion of the group—to propose. Karen said yes to Jim! We were there and caught it all on...
The Irish Center has weathered financial storms throughout its 56 year history, but this time without the help of the community, its doors may close forever.
Sunday’s fundraiser to help defray costs of retrieving the bodies of the remaining 50 Irish immigrants who died working on the railroad in Malvern in 1832 made twice its goal. We have photos.