Posts Tagged ‘Terrence Mulligan’

New York’s Annual CraicFest Music and Film Festival Turns 20

This year marks the 20th year of New York City’s celebrated CraicFest, a music and film festival that takes place each March throughout the city to highlight Irish culture and inspire new generations of Irish and non-Irish Americans to explore the rich history of Ireland. Founded in 1999 by Terence Mulligan, a second-generation Irish AmericanRead more..

Roots: The Unimportance
of Being Mulligan

Irish literature and lore shows Mulligan little respect. The very opening sentence of James Joyce’s acclaimed Ulysses introduces Buck Mulligan, a ribald braggart who, before many pages, is borrowing a quid to “get gloriously drunk so as to astonish the druidy druids,” making an utter fool of himself in a “jester’s dress of puce andRead more..