A new podcast series released in conjunction with this year’s Bloomsday celebrations features interviews with Ireland’s leading cultural experts. ℘℘℘ Today, Cultural Roadmapp will debut Tripod, a series of three 10-minute podcast interviews with leading lights of Ireland’s cultural scene, to be hosted on SoundCloud. The series syncs with a three-week online celebration of IrishRead more..
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On the anniversary of W.B. Yeats’s birth (June 13, 1865), we look at some of the places in Sligo that inspired his best-loved poems. 1. BENBULBEN and DRUMCLIFFE CHURCHYARD: At his request, Yeats’s body was laid to rest in France and later removed to the churchyard in Drumcliffe, under Ben Bulben mountain, where his great-grand- father hadRead more..