Irish America celebrated its 2018 Power Women in New York this spring with the induction of six phenomenal leaders of business, journalism, and politics. ℘℘℘ Irish America inducted six amazing...More
Patrick Gallagher, who everyone called Bob, left County Mayo at 18 to live in America. Four years later, in April 1966, he was drafted and enlisted in the U.S. Marines and, following basic training,...More
Shaun Kelly won’t stop smiling. Photographer Kit DeFever asks him to put on a serious face for our cover shot but Kelly, a COO of KPMG, just can’t hold it and soon the corners of his mouth are...More
The brief ceasefire in Northern Ireland, which occurred in the early half of 1975, comes to an end on September 22, 1975 after the provisional IRA sets off about 15 bomb blasts through out central Belfast. One bombing involved a hijacked train, which was blown up. The blast injured 12 people, two seriously, but there were no deaths. The ceasefire would officially come to an end in January 1976.