By Andrew Shuman “Peace on earth… good will to men (and birds)!” The Christmas season is full of traditions from both Celtic and Christian custom. The holly and ivy […]
By Andrew Shuman Faugh A Ballagh (Clear the Way) The cry of the Irish Brigade warns that a shot has been launched and people are coming through. About a mile […]
Andrew Shuman reflects on the his summer in Dublin, recounting unique experiences and discoveries in the city. The memories include staying at Trinity College, visiting the Door of Reconciliation, and exploring Viking ruins beneath a grocery store. Shuman also mentions upcoming events and discusses a book by Judge Michael Mentel related to the 1981 Hunger Strikes.
By Andrew Shuman “Down at the Pub, I suppose…” Nothing represents my Irish experience better than an evening at The Old Bag of Nails Pub in Westerville, northeast of Columbus […]
“This flag dips to no earthly king.” According to popular legend, these were the words of US Olympian Martin Sheridan after fellow Irish American Ralph Rose refused to dip the […]
Columbus Irish: Stone of Destiny By Andrew Shuman *Andrew is a Columbus transplant after graduating from The Ohio State University with a Major in History and Minor in Political Science […]
Brooklyn – Hooley House!5th – Almost Famous, 13th – Disco Inferno, 26th- Nick Zuber on the Patio (6-9pm). 10310 Cascade Crossing, Brooklyn 216-362-7700. 1FunPub.com ClevelandAer Lingus19th –Aer Lingus direct flights Cleveland to Dublin (Sun., Mon., Wed., […]
Join the Royal Journey of Irish Dance This Summer!
Columbus Irish: The Most Wonderful Time of Year By Andrew Shuman It’s like the Superbowl, the Kentucky Derby, and Christmas all wrapped into one big “Green Season.” From January through […]