Stateside Stories: A history of St. Patrick for his Day!

Stateside Stories: A history of St. Patrick for his Day! »

16 Mar, 2019
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Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Roman-British missionary and bishop in the island of Ireland, known as the "Apostle of Ireland". He is the primary patron saint of Ireland

A LINK BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: JOHN LIDDY’S MADRID AND OTHER POEMS

A LINK BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: JOHN LIDDY’S MADRID AND OTHER POEMS »

19 Jun, 2018
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To inhabit a city for 34 years yet still maintain the perceptive and ever-roaming eyes of a stranger is a gift which John Liddy shares in the title poem “Madrid”

Destination Ireland: A St. Patrick’s Day Must

Destination Ireland: A St. Patrick’s Day Must »

13 Mar, 2018
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The Emerald Isle is calling!

BRITS IN SPAIN AND THE “BREXIT” REFERENDUM

BRITS IN SPAIN AND THE “BREXIT” REFERENDUM »

19 May, 2016
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Spain is the largest recipient of British expats, next only to Australia, Here are tips on how they could vote in the approaching Brexit referendum

SPAIN TODAY: Lightning Strikes the Costa Thrice; Health Coverage in Sight for Illegal Aliens; Grandma’s Hut Downed

SPAIN TODAY: Lightning Strikes the Costa Thrice; Health Coverage in Sight for Illegal Aliens; Grandma’s Hut Downed »

1 Sep, 2015
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While lucky lightning strikes Costa del Sol thrice and illegal aliens may soon go to hospital Grandma Canarias is set free but can still lose her humble abode

STATESIDE STORIES: Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

STATESIDE STORIES: Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day »

14 Mar, 2015
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American Irish started out in Ellis Island and spread all across the country, which is why we make such a fuss on this special day