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Kate O’Brien, mucho más que una institutriz

Kate O´Brien, la institutriz irlandesa de la Mansión del Doctor Areilza, relató su estancia con la familia bilbaina en una obra de teatro, una novela y una película. Article published by Josu Montalbánin in "Periódico Bilbao" (Abril 2010). Photo of Kate in 1926, aged 29.
KateO'Brien
http://www.laguncara.com/images/docs/1004PergolaKateOBrien.pdf

Submitted by David J. Fogarty (david.fogarty@ehu.es)

An Irish "Korrika"

A noncompetitive relay race initiative is being held in Ireland these days, aimed at promoting Irish language usage and development. It is called Rith and is inspired by the Korrika
Korrika
http://www.laguncara.com/images/docs/KorrikaArticle.TIF

Pass this information on to your friends, relatives, acquaintances...living in Ireland. And encourage them to take part as well! For more info, check out
http://www.rith.ie

Submitted by Unai Ugalde (unai.ugalde.olea@gmail.com)

Kate O'Brien, Bilbao, The Basque Country and Spain

Article sent to us by Jose Antonio Sierra about the Irish writer from Limerick Kate O'Brien (1897-1974). Recognized the pride, vitality, intelligence, nobility, tradition and youth of Bilbao. Her book "Farewell Spain" (1937) is a "must" according to Jose Antonio.

http://www.laguncara.com/images/KateOBrien.pdf

Moments of Inspirational Ireland

Spectacular, enthralling photographs of Ireland in natural light by Mick Langan

Langan

http://www.micklanganphotography.com/

Resource posted by R. Caira.

Our Children will Accuse Us

Video recommended by Macrea Clarke, about cancer and our nutrition styles

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h07olSK9XMM

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