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It’s the Irish/Danish Smackdown!: An Eejit Abroad

An Eejit Abroad: It’s the Irish/Danish Smackdown By Conor Makem Sure, it consistently ranks as one of the happiest countries

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What’s the Craic? Out & About Irish America

What’s the Craic? Ohio Brooklyn – Hooley House! 2 – Almost Famous,  9 – Grunge DNA,  16 – Disco Inferno,

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Out of the Mailbag Comes Songs & Stories: Great Christmas Gifts

Out of the Mailbag, Comes Songs & Stories: The Bolivian Incident Hollis Whitaker Trilogy Book 2 By C.B. Shanahan @2022

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Stone Mad: The Making of a Wall

STONE MAD: The Making of a Wall By John Digney One might wonder why a person would travel 4,000 miles

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Irish at Heart: Written from eh Heart and Sung from the Soul, the Music of Hozier

Irish at Heart: Written from the Heart and Sung from the Soul, The Music of Hozier By Natalie Keller Ireland

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Inner View: Crafting Cleveland to Cork, with Cork Chamber’s Cathal McSweeney

Inner View: Crafting Cleveland to Cork, with Cork Chamber’s Cathal McSweeney By John O’Brien, Jr. Cork Chamber of Commerce’s International

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Cleveland Irish: For Whom the Bells Toll

Cleveland Irish: For Whom the Bells Toll By Francis McGarry The bells in Ireland were formerly called crotals, a term

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Blowin’ In: Christmas Spice

Blowin’ In: Christmas Spice By Susan Mangan “A mince pie carries with it everything I hold dear about this time

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Irish American Law Society Of Cleveland Travels to Ireland for Business and Law Symposium

The Irish American Law Society of Cleveland Travels to Ireland for Business and Law Symposium By Patrick T. Murphy Members

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Taking the Fields of Glory: Midwest Gaelic Sports Switch Gears

Taking the Field of Glory: GAA Monthly Midwest Gaelic Athletic Association By Vincent Beach Off the Pitch Fun My first

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Speak Irish: Grianstad an Gheimhridh

Speak Irish: Grianstad an Gheimhridh By Bob Carney Many cultures in the Northern Hemisphere prior to Christianity celebrated the solstice.

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