Feature: Irish feis in New York
Each year, the Irish folk of Putnam County, New York, gather for a day of music and dance and speechifying, the speeches chiefly about what they would like to do to the English.
Penny whistle practice
I've yet to find the editor able to pass up the opportunity to pronounce himself a moron by calling these "flutes."
Her feet did touch the stage occasionally
The popularity of Irish dance is surprisingly widespread. Of course, it figures into a variety of American folk dances, as well.