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   Liam Kelly 





























Liam Kelly is a very talented photographer and bogwood sculptor from Achill Island off the coast of Co Mayo in Ireland. He has had his work exibited in many venues throughout Ireland and beyond. I have used some of his photo's on my website and if you would like to see his work and buy some of his art, you can do so by checking out his facebook and website.

Molly Malone’s is an authentic Irish owned and operated pub & restaurant located at the foot of the Roebling bridge in Roebling Point, Covington, KY, across the river from Paul Brown stadium & the Great American Ball Park of Cincinnati. We have a large selection of Irish whiskey and Scotch and 28 craft and import beers on tap. Molly’s has the best pint of Guinness in town !

Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Along with an authentic traditional fare, we offer a wide selection of everybody’s favorites; great pizza, all crusts are hand-tossed, our dough and sauce are made fresh in-house daily and our pies are baked in a brick oven.

Molly Malone's Irish pub

The Crossbar, Gurteen

The Crossbar Bar and Grill is one of the most popular venues in Gurteen. It is famed all over Sligo and afar, for its exceptional food, great drink and hospitality alike. Its newly opened beer garden has been proven a great hit with both locals and visitors.



The Crossbar Gurteen, has a fully licensed bar, where you can sit and enjoy a quiet pint of your choice. For those special occasions, our cosy private function room is readily available for you (sits 38 people). We can cater for birthday parties, anniversaries and christenings, to make any special occasion memorable for you. With our exceptional bar and our function room, we can also cater for after wedding parties and any type of gathering.

It's easy to half the potato where there is love.


Pinnacle productions takes your business to new heights, by promoting your product or service through film production, and then placing you on the correct media platform.

They work with you from concept development right through to complete delivery. Whatever your promotional needs, they will help ou create the perfect brief. and place you on a platform that gives your business the best exposure possible. 

This video is a sample of their work which the took for, Kilmokea Manor and Gardens, Co Wexford, Ireland.


This charming manor house with it's mystical gardens is a jewel of a place to rest your mind and body. Walk the private garden and see where the gnomes and fairies still live. Make sure you enjoy dinner in their dining room. It's a hearty and fine menu prepared perfectly. The rooms are lovely, the linens are crisp and the hosts strike the perfect balance between being abundantly accommodating and providing privacy. Write your first short story on the wooden bench in the far end of the garden and say hello to that friendly bumble bee's. Relax by a log fire in the evening, having had a spa treatment. 


 Amber Bed & Breakfast is situated in a beautiful, scenic part of the north-west, between Lough Arrow and Lough Key, 6km off the N4 (Dublin-Sligo road). It is owned by Trish McHugh and is run to a very high standard.  It is the perfect location for those seeking peace and quiet, yet is close to Boyle and Carrick-on-Shannon for restaurants and nightlife.

It is also very near Sligo town and the N. West beaches.

Brendan Sands:

Born ninth in a family of twelve children in Newry, Northern Ireland, in 1957, Brendan is familiar with the struggle for one voice to be heard in the midst of many. No stranger to tragedy and troubles over the years, the enduring values of love, respect, and acceptance, in home and heart, continue to enhance his life, and the lives of all he comes in contact with. Now a proud grandfather, (and formerly a construction worker), and still a keen cyclist, skier, traveller, and adventurer, Brendan is unstoppable in living and sharing his Get Up and Go philosophy. “Everything is possible if you want it badly enough, just don’t let yourself get stopped by your own thinking”.
Eileen Forrestal:

 Recently retired from thirty-two years as a Medical Doctor, working in the front line of acute hospital medicine, Eileen is now working full time with Get Up and Go. Still a keen advocate of ongoing personal growth and development as an access to emotional well being and physical health, she encourages everyone to live life with ease. Her involvement with the Get Up and Go Diary supports her core beliefs: ‘Reading is to the mind, as eating is to the body; like the body, if the mind is to be healthy, we must be careful what we nourish it with’. A healthy mind in  a healthy body is truly the recipe for a wealthy life.”


Kevin Ferguson

Narrowback Films

Arlington, Mass.


Kevin Ferguson, CEO of News & Analysis Inc., founded Narrowback Films in 2010 after working 30 years as a print journalist. His articles and photographs have appeared in The New York Times, Businessweek, Forbes, and other nationally known publications. His lifelong connection to the Irish Catskills impelled him to document its music and culture in 'Dancing at the Crossroads,' his first documentary film.​​

To make 'Dancing at the Crossroads,' Kevin called upon the expertise of Emmy-award filmmaker Michael Rossi (cinematographer); Sabrina Zanella-Foresi (editor, co-producer), a veteran of PBS productions; Peabody Award winner P.H. O'Brien (cinematographer); Doug Gordon (cinematographer), a film director, cinematographer and Boston University adjunct professor of film production; Heather Merrill (associate producer, seasoned PBS researcher); and James Rutenbeck (consultant), whose editing credits include over fifty films for PBS, BBC, Channel Four (UK), Discovery Channel and Showtime. To read more about them,

The biggest thanks of all go to the Irish musicians, resort owners and guests, who've opened their hearts and their personal archives. Their treasures have been extraordinary: rare photographs, home movies from the 1930s to the 1960s, private audio recordings, and, of course, their time, honesty, and memories. ​​

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