The Stooges finally have their own photo-stuffed coffee table book, but it’s far from a full history of the band.
The good old rebel songs, sung the good old way
This odd rerelease of a classic Irish rebel LP from the 1950s should delight any fan of the Wolfe Tones, the Dubliners, or America's own Dropkick Murphys.
William Trevor (1928-2016)
Ireland's master of the short story leaves behind beautifully realized stories of quiet, yearning lives.
Murder most foul in Dublin
Tana French's acclaimed detective series examines the death of a young woman that should be easy to solve, but isn't. At all.
Shining a light on Dublin’s soul
Reissued after 28 years, this book of reportage and photography offers deep insight into Ireland's largest city.
The third CD by Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell serves up a potent slab of greasy retro-rock, like it’s 1974 all over again.
This new CD traces the music of the famous County Clare multi-instrumentalist from the ’50s to earlier this year.
Pulitzer Prize winner Timothy Egan outdoes himself with the remarkable tale of a patriot in both his native Ireland and America.
These 50 stories from 50 authors detail rural Ireland in decades past.
Back for the first time in decades, the legendary Father Charlie Coen leads the way on a superbly gentle CD of classic and family-composed music.
Peter Guralnick’s bio of the man who discovered Howlin’ Wolf, Elvis and many more is as great as several of his previous books, and that’s saying something.