Shanore News

Musings, ramblings and thought provoking articles from our team of talented writers - all views expressed are their own!

Is a Kennedy Fashion Revival Coming?

Abercrombie and Fitch have just released a line of men’s clothes inspired by John F. Kennedy, who really did wear the brand’s chinos. The new line features a new take on those classic high-waisted, straight-legged chinos as well as swimming trunks and a sailing jacket. The red, white and blue capsule wardrobe features a rope […]

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What’s Hidden in the Heartlands?

Fáílte Ireland has launched a campaign to highlight a part of Ireland often overlooked by tourists – the midlands. Encompassing counties Cavan, Leitrim, Westmeath, Longford, Offaly, Roscommon and parts of Galway and Tipperary, the new Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands campaign showcases a range of destinations. While many know of the broad, majestic River Shannon and the […]

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Where to Start Digging for Your Irish Roots

Mail order DNA kits have become extremely popular, and more people are discovering exactly how genetically Irish they are. For some, that might be the end of the story. But more people will find it is an answer that leads to more questions. Who were those Irish ancestors and where did they come from? Why […]

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Adding an Irish Touch to Your Wedding

A wedding is a joining together of two people and all they bring with them. Their family heritage and traditions merge. So your wedding is a perfect time to think about your cultural heritage, what you like, what you want to learn more about, and how to bring it into your new married life. For […]

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Will Spring Come with the Equinox in 2018?

Spring can be an awful tease, especially in Ireland. Some say the first day of spring is Imbloc in early February, while others acknowledge it being at the vernal equinox on March 20th. Generally, things are looking a lot more like spring at the equinox than at Imbloc. But in 2018, we seem to have […]

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Celebrating Ireland around the World

On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone around the world is Irish. Our patron saint is feted on every continent with parades, festivals and glorious, green decorations. But one group of people is famous for leaving Ireland on our big day: our elected officials. While Dublin throws a massive party featuring top North American marching bands, our […]

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