Movers, Shakers,
& Music Makers

On Tuesday, December 10, Irish America magazine hosted its 34th annual Business 100 awards luncheon at the Metropolitan Club in New York City.  The best and brightest Irish-American business leaders, representing some of the nation’s top corporations, were honored.  The 2019 Business 100 honorees who attended the luncheon in all their glory. Mike Clune, founder of Clune...

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Paul Boskind:
A Man and his Castle

Paul Boskind, Ph’D is a psychologist, Chief Executive Officer, national LGBTQ activist, philanthropist, and Tony Award-winning producer and owner of a castle in Ireland. ℘℘℘ Paul Boskind couldn’t have picked a better time to visit Ireland. As he checked into the Fitzwilliam Hotel, the desk clerk warned, “It’s going to be crazy here tomorrow.  It’s the...

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Give It a Hurl: GPA
All-Star Gala & Super11s

Join the Gaelic Players Association on Friday, November 15 for the annual Ireland-US Gaelic Heritage Awards & Dinner Gala. This night is always a great gathering of friends, who join together to support over 2,300 current players and an ever-growing number of retiring and retired inter-county players, protecting their welfare both on and off the pitch.  Legendary singer Finbar...

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How the Irish Are
Healing the World

Scientist who has found a promising treatment for Crohn’s Disease honored at Irish America’s Healthcare / Life Sciences Awards ℘℘℘ There were wonderful personal stories among the 50 Healthcare and Life Sciences honorees that attended Irish America magazine’s awards dinner last Thursday night, September 12, at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan. Frankly, in a...

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Woodstock 1969:
The Irish Contribution

Jimmy Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, The Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Jefferson Airplane, Ten Years After, Joan Baez, Santana, Joe Cocker, Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, and – Henry McCullough. They all played at Woodstock in 1969. McCullough has the distinction of being, reputedly, the only Irishman to play in the Festival. For guitarist McCullough, it was literally a flying...

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