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St. Patrick's Day

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Top St. Patrick's Day Articles

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  • Paul Greenberg: The Scottish play

    It's an old superstition among actors, who tend to avoid calling one of Shakespeare's tragedies by its name, which is supposed to invite disaster. It's like the way they avoid wishing each other good luck opening night lest they jinx it, preferring to say...
  • Feel the Irish at McCarthy's Red Stag Pub

    Feel the Irish at McCarthy's Red Stag Pub
    Head to McCarthy's Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar 4-10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, for a combination "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" and "Celtic Classic Kick-off" celebration. The Rogue Diplomats will perform high-energy Irish and traditional folk music, and...
  • Highwood's Irish pub closes its doors

    Highwood's Irish pub closes its doors
    When Bridie McKenna's, an Irish pub and restaurant, closed at the end of August, Highwood lost a destination mainstay of seven years. Jim Kane, one of the original owners, declined to say why exactly the restaurant had to close, saying only it was for...
  • Catholic League quits St. Patrick's Day Parade after ban on gays ends

    A New York City Catholic group has pulled out of next year's St. Patrick's Day parade, just a week after parade officials decided to allow a gay rights group to march in the event under its own banner. The Catholic League For Religious and Civil Rights,...
  • Brewery, garage crucial to Winter Garden's downtown future

    Brewery, garage crucial to Winter Garden's downtown future
    When a new microbrewery opens next year in Winter Garden, city leaders hope visitors can find a place to park nearby. The brewery – and a planned parking garage – are two keys to expanding Winter Garden's vibrant downtown, which boasts no...
  • Aide Tells How Disclosing Rowland's Role Hurt Campaign

    Aide Tells How Disclosing Rowland's Role Hurt Campaign
    NEW HAVEN — A top aide to congressional candidate Lisa Wilson-Foley testified on Thursday that Wilson-Foley's 2012 campaign was thrown into disarray and eventually collapsed when she was forced to disclose that former Gov. John Rowland was working...
  • Banner in the sky calls Hollywood a high crime area, blames it on police chief

    Banner in the sky calls Hollywood a high crime area, blames it on police chief
    Visitors to Hollywood beach were treated to a bit of high-flying politics Sunday, compliments of the city's police union. A small yellow plane with a banner reading "City of Hollywood high crime area. Thanks Chief Fernandez!" buzzed the coastline for...
  • 2014 fashion resolutions

    Around the first of the year, I always write a column on fashion resolutions. Usually I keep it fairly universal -- tips for the average person that address seemingly widespread problems or struggles with shopping, wardrobes or personal style. But...
  • Howard Co. police officer accused of assault resigns

    The Howard County police officer who was accused and acquitted of assaulting a man in an off-duty incident last year resigned Jan. 1 during the department's internal investigation, a police spokeswoman said Thursday. Lawrence Cameron Cook, 31, of the...
  • Ho-hum Lehigh Valley holiday sales

    A slew of Lehigh Valley retailers, including the Moravian Book Shop and Boscov's department store, are reporting holiday sales ranging from slightly down to slightly up compared with the same period in 2012. The figures fall in line with national...
  • Tasting room introduces new brewery

     Tasting room introduces new brewery
    Sitting at the bar in Hailstorm Brewing's tasting room in Tinley Park's Mercury Business Park, Richard Schmidt couldn't think of anything he'd change about the place. "The beer's great … It's nice to have a local brewery in town," said Schmidt, a...