The Aran Sweater

Originally posted October 8, 2012. The Aran sweater name originates from the tiny community of [...]

Fall Equinox

Originally posted September 20, 2013.  Equinox means “equal night” – day and night are about [...]

The Spirals of Newgrange

Originally posted September 20, 2013.  Marking the entrance rock to the ancient tomb in Ireland, [...]

The Dublin Lock-Out

Originally posted August 26, 2013. Today, August 26, 2013, marks the centenary of the beginning [...]

One Stop Shop – Proud to be Irish

Originally posted August 14, 2013 Irish Traditions is Maryland’s premier importer of fine jewelry, clothing, [...]

St. Valentine’s Celtic Connection

Originally posted February 14, 2013. Valentine’s Day – love is in the air and our [...]

Saint Brigid’s Cross

Originally posted February 1, 2013. Saint Brigid of Kildare St. Brigid, “Mary of the Gael”, [...]

Nollaig na mBan – Women’s Christmas

Originally posted January 6, 2013. Little Christmas (Irish: Nollaig Bheag) is a holiday held on [...]

The Story of the Claddagh

The Irish Claddagh Originally posted November 14, 2012.  In the early 16th century, an Irish [...]

The Children of Lir

Irish Legends: The Children of Lir The Children of Lir is a famous Irish legend [...]

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