Evelyn Gaynor, store manager at Veritas, with some of the range of Pope Francis memorabilia and souvenirs on sale at  on Dublin’s Abbey Street. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A Guinness-swilling, Irish dancing Francis and a solar-powered Pontiff who swings his hips on command are among the more “Popeular” products for sale (...)

Of all the movies in all the theatres in all the world...

“And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon be(...)

Irish-American dancer and painter, Michael Flatley, has placed his lavish Cork home back on the open market with a 37 per cent price cut to €12.5milli(...)

Bono performs with U2 at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on the US leg of their d’s Experience + Innocence tour. Photograph: Photograph: Shane Bevel/The New York Times

In time-honoured Irish begrudger fashion, here is even more reason to bitch: U2’s wealth is now an estimated £569 million (€647.7 million) – up a whop(...)

Mick Moloney: concert at Dublin Castle’s Printworks Building on May 21st

Except that both events involve music, it’s probably safe to say there will little comparison between next week’s Eurovision Song Contest and a concer(...)

Artist Chára Nagle in her studio.

Look carefully, and you’ll find evidence aplenty that we’re rounding into a new bout of economic prosperity: cranes puncturing the city skylines. Mich(...)

When the Clarion Hotel rose above Limerick’s Steamboat Quay in 2002, nearly everyone thought that the city had finally “arrived”. With a height of 53m(...)

Alex Collins in action for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL. Photograph: Getty Images

Baltimore Ravens running back Alex Collins has revealed the secret behind his excellent footwork - Irish dancing. Collins even has a dancing nickname(...)

This bird was seen dancing in Trinity College Dublin.

“Hi, it’s Niamh Towey from The Irish Times here. Great to be Friday, ha? “So, em, I was just wondering, could you tell me why seagulls were dancing (...)

13.8 per cent of the data transferred during Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann was used by Snapchat. Photograph: iStock

Sarah Burns Snapchat was the most used social media channel in terms of data transfer amongst Wi-Fi users during the Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in En(...)

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