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“The Ireland-Texas Connection” by CG Adrian Farrell for TribTalk, Perspectives on Texas

In 2014, Ireland will open new diplomatic missions in Hong Kong, Zagreb, Bangkok, Jakarta, Nairobi, São Paolo — and Austin, Texas. Ireland’s sixth consulate general in the U.S. will open in the state’s capital city this month, on the 90th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ireland and the United States. It’ll be…

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Idir’s Collaborative Art Exhibition “Group Ego Trip” Set to Kick Off Thursday, October 9th, 2014!

What happens when sixteen visual artists, two sculptors, a performance poet, a writer, a musician, a singer, a performance artist and an actor / producer meet in a room in Ireland? Between them they decide to collaborate, to join talents and move their art into spheres they haven’t explored before. Between them they set up…

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Statement by INUSA on the Swearing In of U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Kevin F. O’Malley

Irish Network USA would like to add our voice to the chorus of congratulations on the swearing in of Kevin F. O’Malley to serve as the US Ambassador to Ireland. Mr. O’Malley embodies the very best traits of so many Irish Americans that still instinctively refer to Ireland as ‘home’. His willingness to listen to all…

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Irish Central: Irish Network gathers in the heart of Texas

From September 11th-14th we gathered in Austin, Texas for our Annual National Conference.  Sheila Langan of Irish Central was there to capture the action. “INUSA – 19 chapters strong across the US after only four years – is a shining example of what can be achieved when the larger Irish diaspora bands together. The network is dedicated…

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The Irish Times Highlights the Contrast between the Irish Diaspora Then and Now in the US.

Sharp divide between old and young Irish in the US The new generation of Irish people moving to the US is different from those who settled there decades ago Photograph: Getty Images/Hemera, Sat, Aug 23, 2014, 00:01 Ciara Kenny Despite the historical popularity of the US as a destination for Irish people, barriers to entry, tightened…

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