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James Joyce Celebrated in Buffalo, NY

Downtown Buffalo’s latest mural – a 36-foot-​tall homage to renowned Irish author and poet, James Joyce. The University at Buffalo Libraries, home to world’s largest collection of James Joyce materials, celebrated Bloomsday, with the creation of Buffalo’s newest mural, a 36-foot-tall, vibrant artwork of Irish writer of world renown, James Joyce. The unveiling on...

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IBO June Virtual
Evening Event

Featuring Charlotte Moore and Ciarán O’Reilly Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST The Irish Business Organization (IBO), which promotes, fosters and advances the business interests of Irish and Irish American business people in the tri-state area and beyond, is hosting, on June 9, an evening with Charlotte Moore, Artistic Director, and Ciarán O’Reilly, Producing Director,...

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The Finnegan Clan

Finnegan is an Irish surname coming from the Gaelic Ó Fionnagáin, meaning “son of fair-haired.” James Joyce immortalized the name for all time in his 1939 novel Finnegans Wake. But literary giants aside, Finnegan is one of the most recognizable Irish surnames of our times. The Finnegan clan’s ties to America have only bound more tightly since the election of Joe Biden as the 46th...

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Seniors Enjoy A
Virtual Pint at McSorley’s

Senior living communities nationwide that use Rendever – a virtual reality program built to help reduce social isolation among seniors through shared experiences – are taking their residents to the best Irish places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, including McSorley’s on New York’s lower east side. Rendever is overcoming social isolation through the power of virtual...

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Tourism Ireland Hosts
St. Patrick’s Day from Home

Virtual Pub Tour and Music Celebration Wednesday, March 17, 2021, 5:30 PM EST Everyone knows that the island of Ireland is the best place in the world to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. However, as overseas visitors can’t travel there, for now, this St Patrick’s Day Tourism Ireland will bring a taste of Ireland right into the homes of people everywhere around the world. ‘St...

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