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If you're in the mood for celebrating on a Monday, there are lots of places to find revelry and music with an Irish flavor. The doors will open at 9 a.m. at deVere's Irish Pub on L Street in downtown Sacramento, and they won't close until nearly 2 a.
Indeed Bach essentially "borrowed" some of Albinoni's ideas, paid tribute to them. And that's clear enough to hear when listening to the Concerti e Sinfonie Op 2...On Thursday I mentioned the new War on Drugs album and said a review was on the way.
The ebb and flow of fortunes in Irish amateur boxing caused by its awesome strength in depth are perhaps best encapsulated in the person of Darren O'Neill. The Kilkenny middleweight is an outstanding performer, a European silver medallist in 2010, an
They're black, white, 14 years old or 30 or somewhere in between. When they spar in a roughshod ring under exposed pipes and unframed photos of Pittsburgh boxing greats slapped on the white cinder-block walls, they're not playing...Yet they
Ausgrid has reported the following power outages: 12000 from Palm Beach to Newport A fallen tree in Duffy's Forest on Sunday afternoon. Photo: @Ausgrid Twitter As the storm moves north to the central coast, Ausgrid has reported 19,000 homes at
One of the best I've heard was told by brilliant Irish stand-up comedian Hal Roach. Paddy, on vacation in Dublin, found himself thoroughly tested by a conversation with a cabbie. The cabbie tried him with a riddle: "It's not me brodder, it's not me
Beachem has a personal version of The Shot. The freshman forward found himself open in the corner for a 3-pointer with 9 seconds to play and the Irish trailing Pittsburgh 65-62. Beachem squared up, launched his only shot of the game and forced
Lecturer in Irish Politics at Queen's University Belfast The Republic of Ireland's calamitous recent years of financial crisis and government dysfunction look to be coming to an end, with an economic recovery gathering pace and a new administration
Paulo Nunes dos Santos for The New York Times An Eircom phone booth in Dublin...Bankers have been blanketing Ireland in search of cheap assets and lucrative deals, and few firms have been as aggressive as the Blackstone Group. From snapping up hotels
Carlos Nunez and his gaita, a Spanish bagpipe, will come to the bay Area for two shows this week. ( CN ) Carlos Nunez plays an ancient and obscure bagpipe from northern Spain called the gaita, and like many other ostentatiously virtuosic musicians,