Kellie Farrelly and the Future of the Cavan Society

00By Brendan Clay In 1983, a couple emigrated from Ireland’s County Cavan to Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania where they got married and started a family. The husband had come to America before and worked at Cavan Construction with his brother. When… Continue Reading

Trees

Trees

10Trees Please By Liza Field Bay Journal News Service People feel better out under the trees. So do most songbirds, owls, butterflies and brook trout. So do our creeks, soil microbes and water tables. Even a parking lot feels better—certainly… Continue Reading

Glasnevin Cemetery Facing the Rising Sun!

00By Msgr. Francis A. Carbine A cemetery with gift shop, museum, resident historian, café, genealogy office, and bus tours: does such exist? Indeed, it does…in Dublin’s Glasnevin Cemetery where 1.5 million bodies are buried! Here, troops of children shudder at… Continue Reading

The Face of Irish Music Exhibit Travels to Lackawanna County

Senator John Blake, D-Lankawanna, Maureen McGuigan, Lackawanna County Deputy Director of Arts and Culture and Robin Hiteshew, photographer

00[Above: Senator John Blake, D-Lankawanna, Maureen McGuigan, Lackawanna County Deputy Director of Arts and Culture and Robin Hiteshew, photographer] The Arts and Culture for Lackawanna County presented “The Face of Irish Music”— an exhibit of photographs by Philadelphia resident Robin… Continue Reading

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick – 246th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Gala

00(Above: Friendly Sons President Joseph P. Heenan with gathering of Gala Attendees greet Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Irish Ambassador Anne Anderson  |  photos – Tom Keenan) By Russell W. Wylie The Society of The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick for… Continue Reading

On CRAIC Radio, Two Former Dubliners Share Their Musical Tastes With Philadelphia

00Photo by Jennifer Logue By Brendan Clay Airing ad free on WPPM 106.5 FM on Thursdays from 3 to 5 pm, CRAIC Radio is a music program put together by two men from Dublin who have been part of the… Continue Reading

“Jackie”

Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy

00An intense look into the life of the First Lady immediately after the assassination. By Thom Nickels Look at photographs of the grassy knoll at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, where President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade sped away after an… Continue Reading

Charles Martin: Across the Ocean Wild and Wide

00By Msgr. Francis A. Carbine   ”I’ll take you home again, Kathleen, / To where your heart has ever been / Since you were first my bonnie bride / Across the ocean wild and wide.” “This is my favorite song”… Continue Reading

Shamrock Reins…A Healing Place for Veterans

00Interview: Janet L. Brennan, Founder & Executive Director Interview and Photos By Katharine Gilbert 1. How did you decide to establish a center of caring for veterans. I truly feel this is a calling. From that very moment I bought… Continue Reading