Ireland

Irish Pluralism On Display

01/27/2015
Travel Writer
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Tucked into the Gothic arches and dank, mossy halls of Trinity College Dublin is the Weingreen Biblical Antiquities Museum. It’s a small collection of artifacts from around the eastern Mediterranean, spanning the ninth millennium B.C.E. to the late Middle Ages, and it was renamed in the 1970s to honor one Professor Weingreen, a Hebrew scholar who taught at Trinity for 40 years.

Dublin’s Temple Bar, in the city’s cobblestoned central nightlife district. Wikimedia Commons

Belfast Plaque Marking Herzog’s Birthplace Removed Following Attacks

08/13/2014
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A marker commemorating the Belfast birthplace of the late Israeli president Chaim Herzog was removed following several anti-Semitic attacks.

What Do Maeve Binchy And Michele Bachmann Have In Common?

A formative experience as a young adult on a kibbutz, that's what!

Binchy, an Irish novelist whose work focused on women's lives and friendships, died Monday at age 72. Her book, "A Circle of Friends," was made into a movie starring Minnie Driver and the ferociously talented Alan Cumming, now starring as ethically suspect Chicago lawyer Eli Gold on "The Good Wife."

This lady, and recently deceased Irish novelist Maeve Binchy
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