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Remember the mom in the classic 1980’s John Cusack movie “Better off Dead?” Her family was having a French foreign exchange student over for dinner, and she was so very proud to be serving FRENCH (“Fronch”) bread, FRENCH (“Fronch”) fries, and FRENCH (“Fronch”) dressing. What a

My mom used to make Irish Coffee all the time, and now that I think of it, it wasn’t always necessarily St. Patrick’s Day when she made it. In fact, I don’t think it was ever St. Patrick’s Day when she made it. And she’s not even Irish. MOM! I’M TELLING! Okay, in all seriousness: I was

Headline Affair with married woman is best sex ever

Aug 09, 2017 · The wife of an Irish businessman and her ex-FBI agent man were both sentenced to at least 20 years behind bars for her husband’s murder.

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Julie Holland, of Belfast, Northern Ireland, visited the Island for just four weeks in 1987 and reached out to CBC News on a whim in an attempt to reconnect with the family hosted her all those years ago.

New York Premiere of Woman and Scarecrow by acclaimed Irish playwright Marina Carr playing May 9 – June 24, 2018 at Irish Repertory Theatre. Woman and Scarecrow is a fierce, funny, passionate, and moving lament for a life half-lived.

The ICA is the largest membership organisation of women in Ireland. Fun, Friendship and Support are at the heart of everything we do. Started in 1910 the ICA has been a common factor in the lives of Irish women for the last hundred years in our largest cities and in our smallest villages.

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Woman awarded €11k after claiming employer asked to change her name to ‘something more Irish’ The worker claims that she was subjected to harassment, discrimination and victimisation during her employment.

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A banshee (/ ˈ b æ n ʃ iː / BAN-shee; Modern Irish bean sí, baintsí, from Old Irish: ben síde, baintsíde, pronounced [bʲen ˈʃiːðʲe, banti:ðe], “woman of the fairy mound” or “fairy woman”) is a female spirit in Irish mythology who heralds the death of a family member, usually by wailing, shrieking, or keening.

A 38-year-old woman is in critical condition after being attacked with a cordless drill in Strabane, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.