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Irish Echo by Ray O'hanlon - 1d ago

The Irish Echo’s front cover that greeted the July 20, 1969 moon landing   By Ray O’Hanlon   Fifty years ago this weekend the earth stood still as astronauts walked...

The post T Plus Fifty Years appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Irish Echo by Ray O'hanlon - 1d ago

The New York State AOH and LAOH recently held their conventions in Albany and one of the main outcomes of deliberation was the election of the incoming New York State...

The post Meet the new NY AOH State Board appeared first on Irish Echo.

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PISTACHIO TEA CAKES. PHOTO: MARGARET M. JOHNSON     By Margaret M. Johnson   A drive from Bantry to Glengarriff. . . Glengarriff to Kenmare. . . Kenmare to Sneem...

The post Parknasilla: Beauty in the Magic Kingdom appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Keith Byrne and Keren Raga. Family photo   By Ray O’Hanlon                The Cork man facing deportation from the United States, and an ocean-wide separation from his American wife and...

The post Friends and colleagues rally behind Keith and Keren appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Irish Echo by Ray O'hanlon - 2d ago

David Cronin, President and CEO of the Ireland Funds America, Sara Canning, Partner of Lyra McKee, Sean Love, founder of Fighting Words, and Chairman of Ireland Funds America John Fitzpatrick...

The post Ireland Funds salute to Lyra appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Mike Houlihan     By Irish Echo Staff   Are you the next John Ford? Well, if you think you might be, Mike Houlihan would love to hear from you....

The post Chicago’s Hooley fest seeks movie appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Keith Byrne and his wife Keren Zaga   By Ray O’Hanlon   Every immigration story has its unique characteristics just as it might have shared ones. There are complications and...

The post For Keith Byrne, separation either way appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Archbishop Eamon Martin, Primate of All Ireland, blesses the newly unveiled statue of St. Oliver Plunkett in Armagh Cathedral. On July 1, 1681, having been found guilty of high treason...

The post St. Oliver Plunkett returns to Armagh appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Dave Browne, left, and Dave Rooney are the Black Donnellys     By Nora Scally letters@irishecho.com     You may have heard of the Black Donnellys, the Irish duo made...

The post Road trips, world records and the American Dream appeared first on Irish Echo.

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Irish Echo by Ray O'hanlon - 3d ago

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, here speaking at the U.S. Ambassador’s residence in Dublin’s Phoenix Park during recent July 4 celebrations. RollingNews.ie photo.     By Anthony Neeson   Taoiseach Leo Varadkar...

The post Leo to UK: You’ll pay dearly appeared first on Irish Echo.

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