Archive for May, 2013

Illuminations: The Potato, A Story from this Month’s Issue of the Ohio Irish American News

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Illuminations: The Potato By: J. Michael Finn It’s probably an unlikely subject for a column on Irish history, but one should not discount the important role this lowly plant has played in the history of Ireland. As much as any historical figure or event, the potato shaped Irish history. The potato was originally discovered in […]

7th Annual Festival Focus, and Summer Fun Run

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

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 […]

Are you ready for the 7th Annual Festival Focus Issue?

Friday, May 10th, 2013

June is a great kickoff to the festival season. 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. Want to reach them? Advertise in the Ohio Irish American News: jobrien@ianohio.com

Every day is a hooley, But this Saturday is THE HOOLEY

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Out & About Ohio May Events ~ Stick it to the fridge!

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

Out & About Ohio – May 2013 3rd Annual Hooley on Kamms Corners Returns 11th – The family friendly street festival features Craic Brothers, Marys Lane, Cleveland Police and Cleveland Fire pipe bands, Harp City, Brady-Campbell, Burke, and Cannon Irish Dance schools, children’s entertainment, food & fun! Noon to 8. Cincinnati – Irish Heritage Center […]

March Intro ~ Editor’s Corner: A Story from this Month’s Issue: Ohio Irish American News:

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Editors Corner: Last night I was at a social for the contestants in the 2013 Northern Ohio Rose of Tralee. Each is a wonderful ambassador for the Irish heritage. Supporters of each contestant and the Rose of Tralee overall offer proof in the pudding of their commitment to actively support our young people in word […]