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How to survive a global disaster: lessons from War of the Worlds

Global disasters take all shapes and forms these days: climate change, viral pandemics, economic downturns that ripple across the world, violence and governmental turmoil resulting in waves of refugees and people suddenly with no homes. The threat of alien attack and human genocide is not really high on our list […]

ZeroZeroZero: Connections and More

ZeroZeroZero is what we hope for in a series based on a very topical book about narcotics, money laundering, and bad guys. It sustains enormous tension across all eight episodes; it’s gritty and hyper-realistic, but also enormously lyrical and poetic in all the right spots; it uses an unexpected and […]

The Show Must Go Online: The Irish Rep

The Irish Repertory Theatre or, as we generally know it, The Irish Rep, is not standing by the sidelines during this pandemic crisis. Nope, they are not. They have instead enlisted the help of their incredible company to take their show on the road–the virtual road, that is! From the […]

Irish Arts Center Springs Into Action!

The Irish Arts Center in New York City is a cause dear to Gabriel Byrne’s heart. We have watched him preside over galas, make stirring speeches, smile for the camera, expound on video, and show up for building tours, with and without his hard hat. He is a tireless advocate […]

Website Alert: Server Upgrade Coming!

The Byrneholics Online website server will be upgraded in the next few days, so the website will be down, but only briefly! Here are the details: Sometime between April 4 – 7, for about two hours during the night, 8:00 PM – 6:00 AM Eastern Standard Time USA, the Byrneholics […]