David Balfe never thought the public would hear his deeply personal debut album. But it became a runaway success in his native Ireland.
A planned overhaul of the Dublin home that was the setting for the writer’s short story “The Dead” was opposed by writers, artists, academics and heritage groups.
The company has benefited in the pandemic as people turn to online shopping. It is now the most valuable start-up in the U.S.
The beloved crime novelist has written a western-inflected mystery with her first American protagonist and a back story that touches on police violence and systemic racism.
After the pandemic hit, the number of longer-term listings jumped in the Irish capital. That brought some relief to a crunched market for renters, though it may not last.
From Tammany Hall to ‘Build the Wall,’ the long journey of Irish-American politics.
In an interview with a Dublin radio station, the actor praised the people of Dalkey, the coastal town whose residents have adopted him as one of their own during the coronavirus epidemic.