Katie McGinty on Living the American Dream…

and her race to the Governor’s Mansion by Sabina Clarke Katie McGinty all energy and enthusiasm walked briskly towards me and introduced herself at her campaign headquarters in center city Philadelphia. Dressed in an emerald green suit and pumps, she looked every inch the candidate – relaxed and sure of herself while projecting the ability […]



Major Fundraiser Campaign Kickoff to Start Mid-July By Marita Krivda Poxon              Rumors had been circulating for many months about the financial difficulties that the Irish Center continued to have ever since the City of Philadelphia raised the Irish Center’s property taxes in 2013. But while many suspected that the financial situation had gotten critical, few […]


Glenside Gaelic Club First Annual Father’s Day Tournament a Success

  By Chris McLoone The Glenside Gaelic Club held its first annual Father’s Day Tournament on June 15 at Bishop McDevitt High School, located in Wyncote, PA. For a first-time event, the tournament went off largely without a hitch. Families walked away with full stomachs thanks to the fully stocked refreshment stand and everyone got […]


Penn State Plays First Game of the Season in Dublin’s Croke Park

By Brendan Clay “We’re close to 130 years playing football, and this is our first time playing outside country.” Those were the words of Michael Bradley, Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade director and an active and important member of Penn State’s alumni. Bradley, a familiar face in Philadelphia’s Irish community, brings news that the Nittany […]


John Byrne

By Brendan Clay John Byrne has music in his soul. He’s been singing since he was a young boy in Ireland, although he did not start doing it on stage until his late teens after giving up on his dreams of becoming a footballer. Starting with his band Patrick’s Head, Byrne has devoted much of […]

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