An Irish Celebration: Annual AIA Gala in April

Update May 3 While the previous two gala’s have been successful and intriguing, the third annual gala of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) pulled out all the stops and generated some non-scholarly buzz: even the Wall Street Journal reported on the event, noting that Gabriel Byrne was the official […]

Culture and Activism: Gabriel Byrne Represents and Inspires

Updated: More news from Irish Central Ireland’s Cultural Ambassador, Gabriel Byrne has vowed to support a campaign in London to save the Irish Cultural center in Hammersmith, which has been threatened with closure after the local council announced plans to sell off it’s building, once the current lease expires. In […]

It’s Facebook Time!

Visit Byrneholics on Facebook and remember to check it out for updates and news about the Byrneholics website and, of course, Gabriel Byrne. While you are there, please leave comments on the postings that interest you. And don’t forget to “like” us! smile You can always link to our Facebook […]

One Inspired Byrneholic: Aragarna

While Imagine Ireland is inspiring everyone to think about all artistic things Irish, it is good to note that Gabriel Byrne is pretty inspiring in his own right. Proof of this can be found everywhere on the Internet, especially YouTube and Flickr. People love to take pictures of him and […]

Imagine Ireland: Meet Curator Gabriel Byrne

How many hats can one man wear? No, I am not referring to the film Miller’s Crossing, although since you mention it…no, let’s not get side-tracked. I am referring to Gabriel Byrne, who is currently sporting about as many professional hats as one man can possibly wear at one time. […]

The End of In Treatment: A Very Personal View

Let me tell you about my television therapist. Lauren over at The Hedgepig has the same therapist I do. We both have a personal reaction to In Treatment. Mine is a bit more personal than hers, but I think I have been in television therapy longer. Spoilers for Season 3 […]