Out & About Ohio February Events:

Out & About Ohio – February 2013

Brooklyn – Hooley House!
1st – School Girl Crush, 2nd – UFC 156, 8th – Abbey Normal, 9th – Big Ship, 15th – Carlos Jones, 22nd – Matt Johnson – Dueling Pianos, 23rd – UFC 157. 10310 Cascade Crossing, Brooklyn 216-362-7700. 1FunPub.com

Cincinnati – Irish Heritage Center
9th – Arts Sampler featuring Story Telling, Irish Crafts, Celtic Art Exhibit, Irish Tea — One Act Play, Dancers and Tours 11- 4:00. 21st- Irish Tenor Mick McEvilley, Open Mic, 21st – Tea Room John Carroll U Scholars: Good Friday Agreement and Northern Ireland Murals. 28th – American Celtic Women International Mtg. On Going: Raffle – win a trip to Ireland, other prizes – tickets 3/$50. 3905 Eastern Avenue 513.533.0100, www.irishcenterofcincinnati.com.

The Harp
1st – Irish Session, 2nd – the Porter Sharks, 6th – Lonesome Stars, 8th – Pitch the Peat, 9th – Chris Allen, 13th – Chris & Tom, 15th – Brent Kirby, 16th – Fior Gael, 20th – Lonesome Stars, 22nd – Walking Cane, 23rd – Kristine Jackson, 27th – Chris & Tom. 4408 Detroit Road, 44113 www.the-harp.com

Stone Mad
3rd – Traditional Irish Session, 12th – Annual Fat Tuesday Party w/ food/drink specials & Live Entertainment! 24th – Chris Allen. Happy Hour Monday-Friday 4-7. 1306 West 65th Street Cleveland 44102 216-281-6500

Flat Iron Café
1st – Jim & Eroc, 8th – Whisky Lock, 15th – Becky Boyd & Claudia Schieve, 22nd – Donal O’Shaughnessy. Cleveland 44113-2406 216. 696.6968. www.flatironcafe.com

Treehouse
3rd – Thor Platter, 10th -Mike Edgerly, 17th – Chris Hanna & Mary Bridget Davies, 24th – Becky Boyd. 820 College Avenue, Cleveland, 44113 www.treehousecleveland.com

PJ McIntyre’s
1st – Sloppy Joe Band, 2nd – STONE PONY BAND, 3rd – PJS Annual Super Bowl Party- $125 per person. Up to $8,000 in cash prizes, 6th – Monthly Pub Quiz w/ Mike D, 7th – Donegal Doggs, 8th – Marys Lane, 9th – Kreellers, 10th – Smokin Fez Monkeys, 15th – Crazy Chester Band, 16th – POUT, 17th – Brady Campbell Irish Dance School Fundraiser, 2-6. $25 all you can eat & drink! 21st – Craic Brothers, 22nd – Time Warp Band, 23rd – Abby Normal, 28th – No Strangers Here. 17119 Lorain Avenue, 44111 www.pjmcintyres.com

West Park Station
1st – CoCo Beanos, 2nd – UFC156 & DJ, 3rd – SuperBowl Party, 7th – Jim & Eroc, 8th – Jackson Rohm HH & Jacob & the Good People 10pm, 9th – Faction, 12th – Fat Tuesday Party, 13th – Lent Begins Ash Wednesday All U Can Eat Fish Fry, 15th – Pop Rocks, 23rd – Cocktail Johnny. Fridays thru Lent- Perch Fish Fry. Mon: I Hate Mon: Happy Hour & Trivia Night. Tue: Roll Call- discounted drinks Fire, Police, Military & Medical Pros. Thu: Ladies Night, Sun: SIN Night. 17015 Lorain Avenue Cleveland 44111 www.westparkstation.com. (216) 476-2000.

Flannery’s Pub
1st – Kristine Jackson, 2nd – Rob Duresky, 8th – Barflys, 9th – Walking Cane, 15th – Derek Davis, 16th – Barflys, 22nd & 23rd – New Barleycorn. 323 East Prospect, Cleveland 44115 216.781.7782 www.flannerys.com

PaddyRock Irish SuperPub
17th – The Wolfe Tones $20 Cover. 16700 A Lorain Avenue Cleveland, 44111 216-938-9646

WolfTones – 2/17 – @ PaddyRock SuperPub

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Avon Lake
Ahern Banquet Center
Ahern Banquet Center is booking weddings and special events. Call Tony Ahern / Lucy Balser @ 440-933-9500. 726 Avon Belden Rd, Avon Lake 44012. www.aherncatering.com

Euclid
Irish American Club East Side
1st – LUAU in Upper Hall, 8th – Traditional Ceili w/ Turn the Corner,. 8th – Kevin McCarthy, 9th – Chili Cook Off @6 Loch Erie @8, 15th – Mary Agnes Kennedy, 16th – The Drowsy Lads Kickoff Party $12, 24th – New Barleycorn @6. 22770 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, 44123. 216.731.4003 www.irishamericanclubeastside.org

Paddy’s Pour House
922 East 222nd Street, Euclid, 44123
216.289.2569

Findlay
Logan’s Irish Pub
2nd – Dulahan, 9th – Ryan Judy, 23rd – Lonesome Meadows. 2414 South Main Street, Findlay 45840 419.420.3602 www.logansirishpubfindlay.com

Hiram
Sean Moore Irish Music Sessiún
17th – Frohring Music Building, Dean Street, Hiram. Campus at the intersection of Routes 82 & 700. Bring your instrument or voice and join in, soda bread and tea is offered

Hiram Music Sessiun February 17th

Concert: 22nd – Shanua (Dermot Somerville, Űlle Laido & friends) at Hiram Christian Church. dreisbachts@hiram.edu or 330-569-5294.

Lakewood
Beck Center for the Arts
8th-10th, 15th-17th –Teen Theater Avenue Q: School Edition, 16th – Super Saturdays w/free arts activities ages 1 – 8, 16th – Hear & Touch the Music/Woodwinds ages 3 – 10 & their parents), 28th – Winter/spring 2013 semester classes begin. 17801 Detroit Avenue Lakewood 44107 (216) 521-2540 www.beckcenter.org

Medina – Sully’s
1st – Westside Steve, 2nd – Smug Saints, 8th – Polka Pirates, 9th – High Strung Irish, 15th – Donegal Doggs, 16th – The New Barleycorn, 22nd – Marys Lane, 23rd – Donal O’Shaughnessy. 117 West Liberty Medina, 44256 www.sullysmedina.com

Mentor
Hooley House
1st – Big in Japan, 2nd – UFC 156, 8th – Cocktail Johnny, 9th – Abbey Rodeo, 15th – Collage Band, 22nd – Velvet Shake , 23rd – UFC 157. All starts @9:30: Every Tuesday – Open Mic w Nick Zuber, Every Wednesday – Trivia Night. 7861 Reynolds Rd Mentor www.1funpub.com (440) 942-6611.

Olmsted Twp
West Side Irish American Club
3rd – Super Bowl Party 3:00pm. 23rd – Junior Marching Units Exhibition. Great live music every Friday: 1st – No Strangers Here, 8th Bald Paul & the Irish Blues, 15th – Pub Quiz, 22nd – Wally Franz. WSIA Club 8559 Jennings Rd. 44138 www.wsia-club.org. 440-235-5868.

Willoughby
Mullarkey’s
1st – Samantha Fitzpatrick Band, 2nd – Kevin McCarthy, 8th – Eric Butler & the Myth Band, 9th – One More Pint, 15th – Foundation, 16th – Dan McCoy, 22nd – The Brendan Butler Band, 23rd – Donegal Doggs. *Wed – Karaoke * Thu – Ladies Night with DJ. 4110 Erie Street www.mullarkeys.com

Croagh Patrick’s
4857 Robinhood Drive Willoughby, 44094 (440) 946-8250. www.croaghpatrickspub.webs.com

Columbus
Shamrock Club Events
Happy Hour every Friday from 5-7pm! 60 W. Castle Rd. Columbus 43207 614-491-4449 www.shamrockclubofcolumbus.com

Drowsy Lads 16th –Irish American Club East Side, 22nd – Regan-Rankin School of Irish Dance fundraiser, 23rd – Byrnes Pub

Ongoing Traditional Irish Sessiúns – Bring your instruments and play along!
Akron Hibernian’s Ceili Band Sessions, Wednesdays 7:30 pm. Mark Heffernan Div 2 Hall 2000 Brown St, Akron 330-724-2083. Beginner to intermediate
Croagh Patrick’s – 2nd Tuesday of every month 8 – 10pm
Bardic Circle @The Shamrock Club of Columbus Beginner – friendly, intermediate level Irish session meeting every other Thursdays 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Wooster Street Center, 1124 E. Wooster St., Bowling Green 2nd & 4th Monday, 7:00 – 8:00
Stone Mad – 1st Sunday of the month Holleran Traditional Irish Session, 7pm
The Harp – 1st Friday of every month, 9pm
Logan’s Irish Pub – 3rd Wednesday of the month, 7:30 pm
Oberlin’s Traditional Irish Session – Sundays, 3 – 5 pm. Informal all experience
welcome: www.oberlin.net/~irishsession Bibbins Hall, 77 West College Street,
Oberlin 44074

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February’s Fury; A Story from this Month’s Issue of the Ohio Irish American News

Thank you for all of your emails and comments about last month’s Editor’s Corner. The ripple effects of Sandy Hook have far to reach, before we see what results, what changes such a horrible tragedy has on America. Thank you for taking the time to email, to write or post, to stop me on the street, and to call. As always, your comments and messages are thought provoking; the discussion is very welcome and greatly appreciated.

We hope you will enjoy this issue; we strive to intertwine past, present and future each month. Every month is a little surprising when going from “under construction” to layout, for we never know what themes and what passions will emerge from our contributors, new and already part of our team. We continue to welcome submissions, and will add new columnists as advertising allows us to expand. We are ready.

Some of our features this month include stories on A Rare Cuppa; on Terence MacSwiney; and on Hell; Letters from Ireland; and of course, we have our book reviews; Irish Puzzle, this month on WB Yeats; an Irish recipe from Real Ireland’s Rachel Gaffney; Honorees at the Walk of Life and a special tribute to Celtic rocker Ray Kelly, who passed away January 9th:

“Ray[Kelly] wasn’t a legend, yet; he was far too young. But to many, legendary was often a word used to describe him, that thing, that essence thing. It was not enough to do describe Ray with success, but it is a start.” Our tribute to Ray Kelly is on page …

We want to take a moment to welcome our new sales representative, Mike Coleman, to the fold. We hope you will too. Mike has a wonderful “Irish resume” and will be covering his local Greater Columbus area for the Ohio Irish American News, so please feel free to contact him or I if we can help you. Por favor, share your wisdom as he embraces our community, as together we seek to make the Ohio Irish American News as strong a presence in our capital city as it has in our Northcoast one.

We also welcome the Mighty PaddyRock Irish SuperPub to the hood, and Congratulations Wild Goose Willoughby on their 1st Anniversary.
Looking forward to next month: St. Patrick’s season is Coming Soon ~ remember, we have been practicing for this all our lives, act with class, act with honor, add to our reputation, not to a stereotype.

Slán,

John

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Ray Kelly, Rest in Peace … January 9, 2013

Ray Kelly, Rest in Peace … January 9, 2013

Ray Kelly

I’ve read the bios, and the memories of place
People you touched with your always-smiling face
How your voice reached across, oceans so wild
And the wonder when you spoke, of your little child

Of Green Cards and gravel and laughter late into the night
Of prayers and idle chatter, and living with all of your might
Memories from yesterday, though long ago they seem
And hopes for tomorrow; we had such elegant dreams

I’ll remember you most, for your passion and your ease
The breath that you took, before imparting with glee
stories from the road, and the legend of Put in Bay
I’ll remember you most, because I loved you Ray

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Celtic Rocker Ray Kelly, 46, was hurt in a work accident and passed away on Wednesday, January 9, 2013. To his family: wife Liz; sons Robert & Jude; daughter, Rachel; Alma, his mother; grandson, Luke; and brothers Marcus and Barry, we send our prayers, our support, our love.

There was always a sense of “something good is going to happen tonight”, when Ray was near. It might be a soft conversation, more likely, it would be a raucous night of shared whiskey, song and story, but no matter what it was, it would be memorable ~ it was his essence.

Ray, from Whitegate, Co. Clare, Ireland, thrived in New York. He was a member of The Prodigals for seven years, before slipping away for a few years to run his own pub, Ray Kelly’s, in Fairfield, Connecticut. He missed the energy and excitement, the friendships and sharing the music, so he got back in touch with Brian Tracy, former band mate with The Prodigals, and they formed The Mickey Finns.

Ray wasn’t a legend, yet; he was far too young. But to many, legendary was often a word used to describe him, that thing, that essence thing. It was not enough to do describe Ray with success, but it is a start. The music was at the forefront in his public life, but hardly covered what Ray was.

Passionate and vibrant, full of laughter and stories, Ray Kelly rocked. He loved sharing the songs, but relished the great auld hug. He treated all friends like family and family was everything.

The Mickey Finns instantly became a fan and festival favorite all across the Irish music scene, for their music, their energy and their genuine sense of fun, on and off the stage. Rooted in tradition and with legendary influences that formed their songs and their values, they headlined festivals and shared the stage with near every big name in music.

Ray really was larger than life. He looked you right in the eye and then wrapped his arm around you as he hunched forward to share the tale of last night. It rarely took more than a minute or two before laughter would ring out. Irish music lost an ambassador; Irish music lost a friend, a big bright fire is now a candle, lit in his memory.

chuid eile go síochánta daor cara.

Ray, Matt Mancuso, Eric Kaye and Brian Tracy

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February 2013 Ohio Irish American News

Needling: When I was 10, and in my prime …

Needling
By John O’Brien, Jr.

When I was 10, and in my prime
Before the pain of Rheumatoid, stole my mind
I drank of life, as only a child could
And if I could be that child again? I would

When I was 20, I ran into a blind
I had no idea, meds would erase my mind
and alter my dreams, as He oiled my wheelchair
Instead I learned not to limp, who can tolerate despair?

 

The needles took away my past, I remember not my youth,
Adopted memories, co-opted from a photo booth
but in brief sporadic moments, in snapshots I can’t find
Those pictures and sisters fill, what deeply I pine

When I was 35, still with dreams like any other
I broke my back, pain and I, now brothers
Bent at times, I cannot bow,
Spent I live, life begins now

When I was 45, I settle into place
And found the peace, and a saving grace
I won’t conquer the world; I won’t die without a ripple
Or fade into the drink, with enchanting, devastating nipple

Numbing agents, of both mind and nerve
Erasing against experience, of a bell curve
I love life, adjust against fate
Love is a terrible thing, to hate.

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There are over 176,000 people of Irish descent in Cuyahoga County, 450,000 living in Greater Cleveland, more than 1.4 million in Ohio. The impact and involvement of the Irish has shaped the state since its birth. There is no better return on your advertising investment to reach the Irish community than the Ohio Irish American News. We celebrated our 6th Anniversary last month. We have become an impactful and significant player in the community in which we live and serve. The OhIAN brings the movers, shakers and music makers to you from a unique perspective each month. You get our readers, who are responsive, active and loyal to our advertisers. See the testaments of those who have made the journey with us this far below.

Special features, Out & About Ohio event listings and our Heart of the Issue advertiser profiles all combine with our active, vibrant online community of followers; www.ianohio.com, www.facebook.com/OhioIrishAmericanNews and www.twitter.com/jobjr are each updated daily, and generate an already large, and rapidly growing, group of loyal followers, now numbering more than 50,000. These active followers spread the word about news and events, supporters and local businesses through sharing, retweeting and comments.

I am writing to invite you to partner with us as well. St. Patrick’s Day Green season issue is under construction, but the Irish community is active all year long. We hope you will be too. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions; we can design an ad and an advertising package perfectly suited to your needs.


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Ohio Irish American News
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Deputy Director
31st Annual Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival
July 19-21, 2013
Berea Fairgrounds

Pearls

Pearls
By John O’Brien, Jr.

In Green, White and Orange; in Red, White and Blue,
the symbols that own our heart, have many a hue
There’s legacy in learning, in living under a dove
There’s solace in sorrow, but there’s legacy in love

Its easy to be melancholy, over 800 years
Where all our wars are merry, and songs draw tears
But music fills our hearts and sounds a bold tattoo
O’Donnell Abu or the Foggy Dew
Sing Irishmen Sing our celebration’s a joyful thing
Love & our faith, symbols in a Claddagh ring
out with the strains of the fiddle and the flute
preserve and present our culture, at its very root.

In Green, White and Orange; in Red, White and Blue,
the symbols that own our heart, have many a hue
There’s legacy in learning, in living under a dove
There’s solace in sorrow, but there’s legacy in love

Conquering emigration and haunting loss
Sharing and Fairing, gather no moss
Saints & Scholars, Perspective found through humor
Demise of our people, only a whisper, a rumor
Thrive alive diaspora in a small, small world
Speaks under symbols, whose banners unfurl
Leaps the water, and leaps the years;
there’s not always sorrow, when we shed our tears
We make merry, playful, when immigrants come home
And we dance to the dawn, of heaven’s promise and poem

Famine then fortune found in foreign shores
Legends crossed too, in cycles of lore
Hold out your hand, feast and fortune suture,
in the joys of our past, and the joys of our future
Revel in the music, the dance and the song
Nostalgia is alive, in the hills for which we long
Note it, embrace it, sip from its cup
Then return the tankard and write the same stuff

In Green, White and Orange; in Red, White and Blue,
the symbols that own our heart, have many a hue
There’s legacy in learning, in living under a dove
There’s solace in sorrow, but there’s legacy in love

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Are You a Rose? A Story from this Month’s Issue of the Ohio Irish American News

Northern Ohio Rose of Tralee Looking for 2013 Rose

The Northern Ohio Rose Centre is accepting applications for its 2013 “Northern Ohio Rose”, who will be crowned at their “Selection Celebration.” This year’s weekend event includes three days of preliminary judging, judging and other events from April 19-21, 2013.

The winner of the 2013 Northern Ohio Rose title receives an expense-paid trip to join other “Roses” from Rose Centres worldwide to compete in the Rose of Tralee Regional Festival held in Portlaoise, Ireland May 29-June 2, 2013. Contestants who advance from the Regional Finals convene in Tralee, Ireland for the Rose of Tralee International Festival held August 14-20, 2013.

Former contestants who have participated in the Regional Festival and the International Festival typically describe having the “experience of a lifetime” and walk away with warm memories and, in some cases, long-term international friendships.

Young women of Irish heritage age from 18 to 28 are encouraged to apply. More information regarding this 60 year, time-honored festival dating back to 1959 can be found at www.roseoftralee.ie, the official festival web site where eligibility requirements and applications for Ohio can be downloaded from the “Centres” tab, “USA,” “Ohio.”

Businesses and organizations interested in sponsoring a 2013 Rose contestant, which can be a fun activity for patrons, clientele and/or membership, may express their interest by e-mailing: inquiries@NorthernOhioRose.com.

The Northern Ohio Rose Selection Celebration is currently the major annual fund-raising event for Westlake World Partners Co., which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group established to help promote cultural, educational, and civic exchange for Westlake’s Sister Cites Program.

This year’s Event Executive is Ms. Denise McConville, who is both a Westlake resident and native of Tralee, Ireland.

2012 Northern Ohio Rose Ashley Speaker

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Apple Spiced Cake: Real Ireland by Rachel Gaffney, A Story from this Month’s Issue of the Ohio Irish American News

I have yet to see bruised fruit displayed as a centerpiece in someone’s home. Yesterday my husband asked me if I was keeping rotten pears for a reason. They were not rotten, they were bruised. Bruised fruit is delicious fruit. Once I peeled them, the juicy flesh oozed between my fingers. Growing up, nothing ever went to waste in our home and to this day I cook and bake with the same eager frugality as my mother and grandmother.
Quite some time ago I had found a recipe in ‘Bon Appetit’ magazine for Apple Spiced Cake. It was time to make some substitutions and these pears would foot the bill.

INGREDIENTS
3 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon allspice
4 pears, peeled & chopped
1 1/2 cups unsalted butter (I always use Kerrygold )
2 cups soft brown sugar
3 large eggs
Preheat Oven to 325 degrees F. If you are using loaf pans, spray them or grease them with melted butter and flour. I purchased 4 disposable loaf pan cartons and they did not need to be prepared.
Sift flour and next 6 ingredients into bowl. In an electric mixer cream the butter and sugar. Beat in eggs one at a time. Next add flour mixture. Mix in chopped pears.
I added some Mexican Chocolate pieces to my loaf but this is, of course, optional. Pour your batter into prepared pans and bake for 1 hour or until tester comes out clean.
Using brown paper and ribbons, you can decorate as you like and deliver to friends… I hope you enjoy !
You can now watch Rachel online on AT&T UVERSE, ‘The Irish Kitchen’
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Last call for the Cruise …

We’re running put of room, but we want YOU, come cruisin’ with Joanie Cherish, Maura O’Connell, Mary Coogan, Frances Black Mary Black, Shay Black, Tommy Sands Eddi Reader, Don Stiffe Phil Cunningham Brigid’s Cross Liz Carroll, Guarenteed Irish, Donny Golden Cara Butler Jonathan Pilatzke, McLean Avenue, Dan Stacey, The Epic Ceili Band, The Blue Man Group, Legends in Concert, Cirque du Soleil, Howl at the Moon Dueling Piano and many more – 55 bands, sun, sand and gorgeous scenery in the Eastern Caribbean. February 2nd – 9th ~ there’s gonna be some drinkin’, some dancin’ and some carrying on ~ still time to book, hurry.

 

 

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It is 60 Days to St. Pat’s

It is 60 days to St. Pat’s ~ Are you ready? What are you going to do? Advertise your events in the February and March issues of the Ohio Irish American News to reach the 1.4 million people of Irish descent, and their friends, and their friends …

January 2013, 6th Anniversary issue, Cover

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