Ireland Fun Launches “Irish Crossings,” With Travel, Culture and News Features on Ireland from an American Viewpoint

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2005 —, the portal for information on old and new Irish culture, announced it is launching a new premium service called Irish Crossings for Americans who want to know more about Ireland. For an annual membership fee of $24, subscribers will get access to a library of articles about unusual travel destinations in Ireland, insights on things like how to get an Irish passport or buy a home in Ireland, and commentary in Ireland’s contemporary culture. This is the first time the backlog of Ireland Fun Facts stories has been accessible to readers for searching. Subscribers will receive updates on new stories throughout the year, delivered by email and accessible through the website.

Irish Crossings articles are written by a knowledgeable staff of reporters in Ireland and the US. New articles appearing in August include:

-Inishbofin, an island getaway, where you can recharge amidst all the comforts of home.
-The EU’s Irish problem – why young people in Ireland are an obstacle to the European Union’s push for a new constitution.
-Bilberry Sunday – a summer festival of food and courtship that lives in Ireland’s distant memory.
-Doing Dublin on a one-day layover – An American who’s lived in Dublin tells how to get the most out of the city in a single day.
-Laws of the Land – A young Irish politician talks about subtle conflicts between Ireland’s modern society and old laws on some “hot button” issues.
-Tourist pleasures and tourist dives – Tourist sites from the Cliffs of Moher to Blarney Castle, Guinness Brewery and the Ring of Kerry, all rated based on the real visitor experience.

Irish Crossings membership is available for a limited time at just $10. After September 15th, the cost will rise to the full rate of $24. For more information, visit

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