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A witch who tries to put a spell on Dublin pedestrians holds another secret.
The 3,189 runners taking part in the 17th Dublin marathon faced windy conditions.
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It may look like a ship but the Compass Rose Hotel is planted on terra firma.
Since 1926 Gaelic Park at 240th St and Broadway in the Bronx has been the home to the GAA in New York.
A selection of some of the oddities, quirky tales, curious stories, wonderful individuals and bizarre events from Irish life.
Leaving out food for the dead, making costumes and playing pranks on neighbours.
When international personalities came to Ireland in the 1960s the new TV station often sent a camera crew along.