The second installment of my analysis of "Brave New World" of 2010s cinema involves examples spanning the globe from the U.S., England, Ireland and Russia.
The History With a Twist blog takes us to one of the darkest holes in all of Europe during its heyday, and now one of Ireland's most popular attractions.
History blogger David Lawlor gives his answer to Robert Horvat's question about which five streets in the world he finds the most interesting.
Modernity is slowly replacing the old ways in this view of turn-of-the-century Ireland.
Episode 3 of the history podcast takes us to the frozen streets of London in the winter of 1813-14, where something happened that will never happen again.
A power metal anthem celebrating freedom is entirely appropriate today.
People have been getting plowed at this Irish pub every weekend for the last 1100 years.
This ship wrecked here in a storm in 1960, and it's been here ever since.
See what three famous medieval battle sites look like today on Google Earth.
Ninety-nine years ago today, on May 7, 1915, a passenger ship called the Lusitania sank off the coast of Ireland. Most people have heard of this [...]