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You probably don’t think it’s real but learn Irish Gaelic in Ireland isn’t such an easy task. There’s a weird mix of bureaucracy and people’s mentality that makes learning Irish Gaelic to look like a chore and not as a … Continue reading
If you’re not sharing “Dia dhuit” on Twitter and Facebook every morning, why not? What’s holding you back? You can have a bit of fun and be creative.
Dawn shares her “can do” attitude to learning to speak Irish Gaelic. It’s her way to “feel connected to a place that has my heart”, as she told us recently. She’s a Bitesize Irish Gaelic member. Discussion podcast about learning … Continue reading
Do you love to hear about the “little people”, or the síoga as we call them in Ireland? Or maybe you’ve grown up too much, and you think you don’t need to hear such a story every now and again! … Continue reading
Ireland is a country rich in heritage and culture, and is well known for its Celtic history, music and time-honored clothing. That’s why we would like to thank the Murphy of Ireland, where you can find Irish sweaters, tweed jacked … Continue reading
Marc Gunn of Irish and Celtic Music Podcast joins Eoin about Irish music, American adoption of Irish culture, and touring in Ireland and beyond.
Should you happen to find yourself in the greater San Francisco Bay Area this month, you won’t want to miss a truly unique Irish concert: Sacred Days, Mystic Ways, starring renowned Irish singer and songwriter Mary Mc Laughlin and her … Continue reading
When I was a kid, Halloween was one of my favorite holidays. After all, what could be more fun than dressing up and running all over the neighborhood after dark, begging for goodies and scaring yourself half silly in … Continue reading
I never have figured where the chicken noodle soup came from. I was five years old, and someone had given me a record of Disney songs in French. Why in French? I don’t know. But I loved Disney, and didn’t … Continue reading