From the far-right Christian site LifeSiteNews: LGBTQ activists threatened “large-scale violence,” rioting and “possible deaths” if they were not allowed to participate in Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, parade organizers said. According...Show More Summary
The highlight of the Irish calendar in Japan is the St Patrick's Day parade and I love Ireland festival in the Omotesando / Yoyogi area of Tokyo every March. For the past 25 years the Irish have been painting the town green on the Sunday closest to St Patrick's day, which is March 17th annually. Show More Summary
Police would not ensure the safety of the crowds without giving in to LGBTQ demands.
When St. Patrick's Day revelers parade past St. Patrick's Cathedral on NYC's 5th Avenue today, they will be celebrating not just the patron saint of Ireland, but also a renewable energy future for the famous landmark. Last month, the...Show More Summary
BOSTON (AP) — Tens of thousands of people lined the frigid streets of Boston on Sunday for the city's St. Patrick's Day parade, which went off amid high spirits and without a hitch after a dispute over whether a gay veterans group could march.
The unhinged segment of the right also claims LGBT protesters threatened violence against the Boston St. Patrick's Day parade.
"You served this country, you deserve respect."
The annual St. Patrick’s Day remembers two heroes: NYPD Detective Steven McDonald and FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo.
Thousands lined the streets of downtown Des Moines on Friday and sported their green for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Except for J....
Magic! Glamour! Romance! The royals are in Paris! After attending the annual Irish Guards St. Patrick's Day Parade in London earlier on Friday, Prince William and Kate Middleton flew off to Paris in their first official royal visit to the city since Princess Diana's death. As you probably remember, Will's mother was killed in a tragic car accident [...]
New York City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade turns fashionable Fifth Avenue green in the world’s largest Irish heritage celebration. The 256th edition of New York City’s parade is expected to draw more than 1 million spectators to watch 200,000 spirited marchers, including more than 100 bands. (AP)
The 256th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade turned midtown Manhattan and a big chunk of the Upper East Side into the usual bagpipe-playing, flag-waving, crazy-hat-wearing, wooooo-shrieking, day-drinking celebration of all things Irish. [ more › ]
From pints of guinness to parades and green dye, St. Patrick’s Day often gives politicians and those working in Washington ample opportunity to get into the spirit. Although some tried to do so this year, politicians including House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump made some blunders. Here’s a roundup of some of the…
Happy St. Patrick's Day to my Irish friends, even if they're Irish just for the day. I remember this day because of my marching band days, during which I partook in the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City. Not an experience I wish to repeat any time soon....
Hey hey! The weekend is here again!! Aaaaaand happy St. Patrick’s day! This is one of my favorite holidays and it always brings back fond memories. I would Irish step dance in the parade, and even though my feet would be numb by the end, I knew that soda bread was waiting for me at… The post Friday Faves appeared first on The Fitnessista.
Performers dressed as colorful creatures from Irish myth and legend have danced down the chilly streets of Dublin as Ireland commemorates its national saint in a St. Patrick’s Day parade witnessed by hundreds of thousands.
New York City was awash in green and Irish pride Friday as throngs from both sides of the pond celebrated at the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade along Fifth Avenue … Click to Continue »
Each year on March 17, the Irish and Irish-at-heart come out in droves to pubs and parade routes to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. In the US, St. Patrick's Day serves as a valid excuse to wear green and drink. But there's enough...Show More Summary
Performers dressed as colorful creatures from Irish myth and legend danced Friday down the chilly streets of Dublin as Ireland commemorated its national saint in a St. Patrick's Day parade … Click to Continue »