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A little girl enjoys the rainfall.

Sláinte! Rainy Day Comfort

“Anyone who says sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the rain.” – Anonymous ℘℘℘ An Irish Rain Vocabulary People who live in a place where one natural element plays an important role in their lives have multiple words for its various forms. The Eskimo people have dozens of words for types of “snow.” Likewise, the Irish have many descriptions of...

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Illustration to Robert Burns' poem "Auld Lang Syne" by J.M. Wright and Edward Scriven.

Sláinte! Auld Lang Syne

With the New Year in mind, Edythe Preet writes about Robert Burns: Scotland’s Immortal Bard. ℘℘℘ In case any reader has ever wondered how a gal named Preet could claim Irish ancestry, here’s my genealogy: my maiden name was Burns, my father was George Burns (mom heard many a “So are you Gracie?” wisecrack), and dad’s mom was a McCaffrey, born in County Fermanagh. Like thousands of...

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Dulse / Dillisk - Organic Irish Seaweed from AlgAran Seaweed Products, County Donegal, Ireland.

Sláinte!: New Wave Greens

The therapeutic benefits of seawater and seaweed baths, as well as seaweed as an important food source, is explored by Edythe Preet. ℘℘℘ I’ve got this thing about immersing myself in water. I like it body temperature or better. Thus, although Ireland has beaches aplenty, plunging into its frigid sea is out of the question, and I usually limit my adventuring to manor houses, monasteries...

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Sláinte!: Ahoy Me Hearties

Celebrate “Talk Like a Pirate Day” on September 19 by upping your knowledge of these Irish buccaneers of yonder years. Read on and ye’ll discover the Irish men and women who sailed the high seas as pirates, buccaneers, and privateers. Some lived to a ripe old age. Some were cut down in their prime. All left their mark on the pages of history. ℘℘℘ Grace O’Malley (Grainne Ni...

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Music: The Food of Love

With Father’s Day in mind, our columnist writes about her own dad, “a true Irish bard.” ℘℘℘ I live with a disc jockey. No, not like one you’d find in a dance club, not at all. My jock lives in my head. His repertoire is wide and deep, it ranges through all music genres, and I never know what tune he’s going to spin next. Some days his pick is my first waking thought. Other times...

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