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Hurricane Ophelia Sheds Light On Another Climate Change Concern
This is the farthest east that a Category 3 hurricane has ever traveled in the Atlantic Basin since records began.
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Irish Anti-Abortion Group Plans To Harass Women Traveling For Procedure At Airports
But airport officials say it's against their rules.
Here Are The Best iPhone Photos Of 2017
This'll make you want to up your 'gram game stat.
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Bride Serenades New Wife With An Elvis Song During Their First Dance
You can really feel the love!
Painting Through the Irish Countryside
Barbara Ernst Prey
Artist, Member National Council on the Arts Advisory Board to ...
Ballanacky Castle, watercolor on paper 10" x 8" I have a major museum commission for MASS MoCA , but before I came back to
FOOD & DRINK
6 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Straws
Ketchup clogged? Cork floating in your wine? Need a quick and painless way to put cherries? All these problems can be solved with the simplest of culinary instruments: the drinking straw.
The Irish Heritage of the Remarkable Anne Meara
genealogical adventurer and storyteller
Like so many, I am mourning the loss of actress, comedian and writer, Anne Meara. Partnered in every sense of the word with Jerry Stiller, her husband of 61 years, she brought smiles to all of us, but there was so much more to her career than many of us appreciated.
True or False: Cork Is the Greenest Wine Bottle Stopper
Creator and writer of uncorkedinitaly.com about "natural" wine...
Did you know that xork stoppers are made by stripping bark from Cork Oaks? Here is a tree that was recently stripped in the San Pietro Forest in Southern Sicily (Italy).
Top 10 Spooky Places to See in Ireland This October
Hotelier, writer and accountant. Father of three living in Cou...
Count Dracula may stalk the Transylvanian countryside; but his origins are much closer to Bram Stoker's homeland of Ireland. As a frail child, Bram's mother whetted his appetite for the blood thirsty character by fuelling the author's imagination with supernatural tales.
FOOD & DRINK
Shall We Put a Cork in It?
I have been a wine enthusiast, educator, collector and author ...
Natural cork is the centuries-old stand-by that has come under relentless attack over the last couple of decades.
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Here Are All The Things Kimye Might Be Doing On Their Honeymoon In Ireland
The grounds of University College are perfect for frolicksome newlyweds to explore. But if you think the resort's aromatherapy
Driving the Wild Atlantic Way on the West Coast of Ireland
The Adventure Geezer writes about adventure travel for boomers...
Ireland hasn't changed much since I was last here in 1969. The scenery is still beautiful, the people friendly, the music lively, and driving is as harrowing as ever.
Keep Popping Those Corks: Forests Need More Wine Lovers
Chief Operating Officer NextGen Climate America Inc.; NRDC Sen...
For nearly 400 years, cork was the default wine bottle closure. The material compresses easily, expands to fit irregular
HOME & LIVING
The Cork Forest Alliance Collects And Repurposes Discarded Corks
By Ecofabulous, Ecofabulous
You can contribute to this inspiring crusade by collecting cork products in your home and bringing them to one of the many
Joe Yonan, Vegetarian Washington Post Food And Travel Editor, Tells His Top D.C. Restaurants For Meat-Free Eating
Like he told NPR, Yonan -- whose new book, "Eat Your Vegetables: Bold Recipes for the Single Cook", is due out this summer
Cork vs. Screw Top Wine Debate Gets Scientific
Screw Caps vs. Corks: What You Need To know
Restaurant reviews, menu aggregator, social network and educat...
The growing prevalence of screw caps as an alternative wine closure to corks has generated lots of dissent from savvy wine consumers who refuse to purchase wines sealed with screw caps,
Treehouse Built on Centuries-old Oak With Local Materials (VIDEO)
When an extended Spanish family decided to build a treehouse for their five grandchilden on their estate in Extremadura, they knew they wanted to protect their beloved "encinas" (holm oak trees).
Greening the Grammys: It All Adds Up
Senior Scientist, Natural Resources Defense Council
By itself, the Grammys telecast does not instigate major ecological impacts. But each and every procurement decision, and all operations, are reviewed with an eye towards reducing the event's ecological footprint.
120 Years Ago: Ellis Island Opens Doors and Welcomes Annie Moore of Ireland
Genealogy Expert, Author of "Hey, America, Your Roots Are Show...
Jan. 1 has long been regarded as a day of fresh beginnings, and never was that more appropriate than 120 years ago in 1892 when Ellis Island first opened its doors to hopefuls from around the world.
STYLE & BEAUTY
It's A Green Home If It Saves You Money, Right?
Media Personality, Celebrity Designer, Style Expert
There are some ways to go green that are so effortless, so easy, so less toxic and so less expensive that you'd be foolish not to do them. Here are four easy ways you can go green and save money without sacrificing a thing.
Don't Be a Cork Dork -- Recycle
You know you can recycle wine bottles. You may not know that you can also recycle corks, but you can. And I'm not talking about home crafting them into coasters or bulletin boards.
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