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Tommy Smyth to Commentate in the NISA Independent Cup

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Yonkers, NY - Tommy Smyth, the man known for his signature line "the auld onion bag," is returning to live sports commentary when he covers...

Lansdowne Yonkers FC Aiming For a Soccer Quintuple

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Yonkers, NY - Yonkers' premier soccer club are on the path to national glory once again. Around this time last year, Lansdowne Yonkers Football...

Comment on the War on the Irish Language

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Excerpt from The Gaelic American, July 9, 1921. The July 9, 1921 edition of The Gaelic American contained an article titled “War on the Irish...

The Fenian Who Got The Star Spangled Banner To Be Our...

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You have probably heard the story about how Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry during...

40 Years On: The Death of Joe McDonnell

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Joseph McDonnell was born and raised on Slate Street in the Lower Falls section of Belfast. He got married to his wife Goretti in...

Tartan Talk: Origins of the Bagpipes in the United States

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Tartan Talk is a bi-weekly column on The Gaelic American where we cover news or stories from the piping community. This week, Eric McDonald...

Indoor Dining in Ireland Delayed Again

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Indoor Dining in Ireland Delayed Again   Indoor dining had been set to reopen on July 5, but based on advice from Ireland’s National Public Health...

Comparing the Declarations of Independence

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July 4, 2021 marks 245 years since the Declaration of Independence. In this article, James McGlashin provides a brief analysis of the American Declaration...

Story Behind the Song: The Ballad of Joe McDonnell

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"The Ballad of Joe McDonnell" is the focus of this week's Story Behind the Song Column as we mark 40 years since his passing....

Fourth of July 1805 – William James MacNeven Arrives in New...

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William James MacNeven was born in Ballynahowna, Co. Galway, Ireland on March 21, 1763. Historically, the MacNeven family were wealthy Ulster landowners before being...
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