An Irishman and a Spanish man, in very different yet comparable circumstances, both invented something revolutionary. This is the story of the Irishman and Spaniard who invented the submarine.
Eamon de Valera & Comely Maidens Bellydancing At The Crossroads
I filmed a performance of Bollywood and Belly dancing, with a mixture of Irish dancing, recently, and it got me thinking about the deep connection between Ireland and India.
An Irishman Playing the Alboka: Irish & Basque Music
The amazing connection between Basque and Irish music
Madrid: Diplomats, Embassies and Bed Sheets
A walk through a neighbourhood in Madrid, which is home to diplomats, embassies and a lot of history.
Irish Basketball Player Pat Burke: A Unknown Hero
The half-cracked comedian Tommy Tiernan has a routine about Irish people popping up everywhere, which will lead us to Irish basketball player Pat Burke.
Irish Men Can’t Jump (Apart from Pat Burke)
The half-cracked comedian Tommy Tiernan has a routine about Irish people popping up everywhere.
Aristocrat, Tea Drinker, Jew Smuggler: The Life of Margaret Kearney Taylor
As often is the case with history, forgotten stories tend to be some of the best ones.
Fitting In: How The Irish Became Spanish
In our previous article, we discussed how the Irish came to Spain. It was a eulogy for the death of Gaelic Ireland and an essay on the uncertain future of those newly […]
The Pigs Are Dead: Hipster Sausages
Hipster sausages, hipster prices – it’s all food for thought. Excuse me dear, I’m hungry tonight. Leopold Bloom, Ulysses.
The Pigs Are Dead
Excuse me dear, I’m hungry tonight. Leopold Bloom, Ulysses.
Saints & Bullshitters – A Short Story
A story that will be published in a forthcoming magazine – Saints & Bullshitters.
Saints & Bullsh*tters – A Short Story
A story that will be published in a forthcoming magazine.