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Breaking News: A Book Review:  Patrick Taylor's "Fingal O'Reilly, Irish Doctor"
   
Posted by: trishsugar

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2013-10-22 11:04:57 -0700 | arts-culture-news

5 out of 5 Quills A Review of Patrick Taylor's newest release 'yer face is as long as a wet Sunday...' Oh, I'm a big, BIG fan of Patrick Taylor's work. I never miss buying his latest. What's not to...
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Breaking News: Jane Austen’s Gold Ring auctioned for staggering 153,000 Pounds
   
Posted by: naveenkar

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-07-27 12:36:32 -0700 | arts-culture-news

A golden ring that belonged to the famous English novelist Jane Austen, on Tuesday was sold at Sotheby’s auction in Dublin, Ireland for 152, 450 pounds (236, 557 dollars), reports Reuters, citing a statement from Sotheby’s. Name of the buyer...
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Breaking News: IRELAND JOHN BULL'S BASTARD OTHER ISLAND
   
Posted by: BrianClarkenuj

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-02 10:58:36 -0700 | arts-culture-news

It is rumored that the British Queen when she was told on her recent visit to Ireland, about the Irish being hungry and grovelling again, that she said "Let the Irish Eat Arse Biscuits." Perhaps she was inspired by her...
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Breaking News: IGNORANT IRELAND A NON-FREE SCUM STATE
   
Posted by: BrianClarkenuj

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-04-10 12:00:21 -0700 | arts-culture-news

MUSIC LINK LET THE PEOPLE SING Even former liberal media like Indymedia Ireland and former republican fellow travelers of Gerry Adams and Lord Muck Guinness, such as the Pensive Quill, are engaged in Fascist repressive censorship in both the non-free...
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Posted by: ReporterX

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2011-12-28 12:44:37 -0800 | arts-culture-news

17th MArch is considered as Saint Patrick . this day is celebrated as a festive event because it means a day for the spiritual renewal and offering prayers for missionaires . Saint Patrick himself was a patron saint and national...
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Breaking News: (Photos) Dublin's St. Patrick's Day parade of half a million people visited
   
Posted by: Abdel Fattah Hussein

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-07-27 20:11:23 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Dublin / New York - About half a million people gathered on Thursday in central Dublin to the traditional St. Patrick's Day Parade. The move to the Irish capital is the largest of the country about 120 parades to celebrate...
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Breaking News: Happy St. Patrick's Day
   
Posted by: Chris Teti

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-02 08:00:51 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Happy St. Patrick’s Day my friends. It’s time to think Irish and go green today. Millions of people will partake in the celebrations across the globe honoring the original St. Patrick by wearing green, making merry or drinking green beer....
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Breaking News: Let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2011
   
Posted by: Samantha86

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-07-28 00:23:37 -0700 | arts-culture-news

St. Patrick’s Day is here, which means it is the time of the year to go all green! The 17th of March is celebrated as St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday which started out as a religious holiday but is now...
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Breaking News: President John F. Kennedy's Contemporary Ireland
   
Posted by: BrianClarkenuj

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-02 19:48:12 -0700 | arts-culture-news

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." John F. Kennedy The basis of the Belfast Agreement or peace process, supposedly the agreed democratic common denominator, between British monarchists and Irish republicans was presented to Irish republicans,...
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Posted by: abeer almadawy

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-01 22:30:13 -0700 | arts-culture-news

The Dutch Novelist "Gerbrand Baker" Won with the Prize for Dublin Literature "IMPAC" in the amount of 100 thousand euros for his first novel "twin. Also the translator of the novel " David Kolmer " got 25% of the value...
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Posted by: INVIGILATOR

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-04-17 23:28:48 -0700 | arts-culture-news

June 16th is Bloomsday Bloomsday is a day where Ulysses the great novel by James Joyce is celebrated around the world through readings and reenactments of the events surrounding Leopold Bloom as he walked out for the first time with...
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Posted by: Claire87

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-02 19:15:06 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Irish sayings like Sainte make St. Patrick’s Day celebrations truly meaningful. On this St. Patrick’s Day, people are curious about Irish sayings like Erin Go Bragh and Sainte. Sainte means "health" and is often used as a drinking toast in...
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Breaking News: Know some Irish sayings this St. Patrick’s Day!
   
Posted by: Claire87

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-11-02 19:15:04 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day wearing green colored clothes and eating cabbage and corned beef is more fun if you know some nice Irish sayings. St. Patrick’s Day began as a Catholic holiday and later on became an official feast day...
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Breaking News: St. Patrick’s Day history
   
Posted by: Samantha86

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-07-27 21:25:09 -0700 | arts-culture-news

17th March is celebrated as St. Patrick’s Day, but have you ever wondered what the history behind the green holiday is? St. Patrick’s Day is basically a yearly holiday which is celebrated to commemorate the famous priest Saint Patrick. Although...
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Breaking News: Who is St.Patrick - Some facts to know abt St.Patrick Irish sayings
   
Posted by: kalex

Dublin :: Ireland | updated 2012-07-27 21:25:09 -0700 | arts-culture-news

St.Patrick was a Bishop who actually taught the Christianity to the Irish world.St.Patrick was born in 387 to Roman parents.St.Patrick Preached all over Ireland for about 40 years. Many associates Shamrocks with St.Patrick and Ireland .Most Shamrocks obtain three leaves...
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