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No, a leprechaun didn't explode. It's just always St. Paddy's Day at Holloway's.
Six essential Irish acts that would win St. Paddy's approval
The Boss digs his roots
Once upon a time in Ireland, a girl met a guy and they made sweet music
Halfway through Sundance and still whistling a happy tune
Aren't you happy you get to shovel money into the shiny new machines?
For the tour-hardy Flogging Molly, there's barely time for Whiskey on a Sunday.
DJ Ed Whitty is gonna make Lauderdale safe for house again
From Plato to Orwell, VNV Nation strives to bring deeper meaning to the industrial fold
Jimmy LaValle's mellow mood is cool as Iceland
At 94, Louise Bourgeois still summons poignant imagery from deep within herself
Intermission kicks through the debris of modern Ireland
You think you know New York? Black 47 knows New York.
So Much for the City (Virgin)
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters undermine both the Catholic Church and the popular image of Ireland
A look back at the lessons of "Bloody Sunday"
Both The Weir and The Cocktail Hour are, well, intoxicating
This musical doesn't quite capture the depth and complexity of Joyce's celebrated short story
Letters for August 9, 2001
Why is Adam so charming? Gerard Stembridge explains it all in his spicy new comedy.
Irish Fest 2001
A former probation officer once saw the IRA as killers and the FBI as heroes. All that's changed now, as he investigates the Irish gun-smuggling case.
Guy Clark|Gino Washington
A little piece of a bleeding Italian priest has traveled here to help in the healing
March 26- April 1, 1998
February 12-18, 1998