St. Patrick’s Day is upon us. Many of you will get incredibly drunk even though you are not Irish and you will be hurting the next day. As you search for sustenance to banish that headache and quell the black hole in the pit of your stomach, you may wonder why those morning-after cravings always […]
The celebration of holidays like St. Patrick’s Day and Cinco de Mayo has become downright awful in America, thanks mostly to their embrace by drunken masses that have little to no cultural affiliation with the countries where the holidays originated. Show More Summary
On St. Patrick’s Day the world-renowned Supreme skateshop premiered its first ever full-length video, Cherry, in Manhattan. As you might have guessed, the film’s cast was a who’s who of skaters. Mark Gonzales, Jason Dill, Eric Koston,...Show More Summary
I don’t make this shit up. Honestly. This was taped to a power pole on Brunswick St outside Atherton Gardens. I’ve edited out Patrick’s last name and mobile phone number. And what’s yabbies code for in the drug trade these days?… This post was first published on Fitzroyalty. © Brian Ward.
First he bought people drinks, then he partied on St. Patrick's Day, now he's dancing at a Greek Festival. Rob Ryan. Hero of New Orleans. What? You wanted to know what Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan was up too during the offseason? Well, we're glad to you asked! Photo: @Saints def coord #RobRyan dances up a storm at the Greek Festival. Show More Summary
We've already heard the stories of embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's wild 2012 St. Patrick's Day, post-hockey rampage through Toronto, allegedly coke-fueled evening of clubbing with Justin Bieber, and many other adventures. However,...Show More Summary
Flogging Molly in Chicago in 2012 (more by James Richards IV) The concert cruises just keep on... cruisin'. Like Weezer, Motorhead, Mad Decent and Holy Ship, Celtic punks Flogging Molly will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day in 2014 with the...
Metropolitan Diary: An idiom turned real on the steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral when an Army major saw an enlisted man's plight.
Last we heard of Rezvani Motors and its Beast, we were still recovering from our St. Patrick's Day festivities (note: green beer in every iteration means pain). Back then, it was a mere photo that introduced us to this new, California-based...Show More Summary
A reliable source who wishes to remain anonymous today tipped me that Catholic League blowhard and anti-gay activist Bill Donohue has submitted himself to be named the head of the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade. According toShow More Summary
While many Americanos don’t know why Cinco de Mayo is celebrated, most agree that one of the recognized ways to honor the occasion is to drink heavily, similar to St. Patrick’s Day and Mardi Gras. While this can add immensely to often boisterous and joyful celebrations, it can also inherently lead to problems. In fact,
Groups that call for boycotting Israeli companies will be permitted to march in New York City's annual Israel Day Parade. The Jewish Press published an op-ed last month: Ironically, the ‘conscience-struck’ Jewish boycotters never boycott Arab or Moslem businesses, despite the ubiquitous terrorism and their violations of human rights. Show More Summary
If there are two things we know about the Germans it's that they don't have a sense of humour and that they are greener than the Jolly Green Giant's favourite emerald St Patrick's Day outfit. This hilarious video from a German national...Show More Summary
The people of Alaska will be voting on whether or not to legalize marijuana this November instead of this August like originally planned. The Alaska Division of Elections confirmed that the initiative has been moved to the November 4th general election.
You don’t see goals like this every day! And, whilst the build up was not so special, with some pretty ordinary long ball football, the finish from St Patrick’s Chris Forrester was out of this world. It has already been labelled as a potential SSE Airtricity League goal of the season and its difficult to [...]
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MoreSweet! The Smooth Rise of Non-Bitter Not-Quite-Beer BeveragesHere’s Bill Murray Rocking Some PBR Pants During a Golf TournamentSam Adams Brewer Bails on St. Patrick’s Day ParadeThere’s a lot to hate about changes proposed by the FDA, which could push prices higher not only for beer, but for milk and meat as well. The new regulations…
NEW YORK (AP) — Some wore their Sunday best in New York's annual Easter Parade on Fifth Avenue, but others simply spruced up their St. Patrick's Day or Halloween outfits.
Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen share the same superpower: they can each win the internet any day they please. Put them together, however, and you have an unstoppable force of bowler hats and bromance. The dashing duo of Stewart and McKellen recently appeared on BuzzFeed Brews, where they played a ramshackle version of
Around the world, but especially in America, the feast of St. Patrick—the patron saint of Ireland—on March 17 is celebrated with a pint (or several) of Guinness. Meanwhile, St. George's Day on April 23, when we could be raising a glass to the dragon-slaying patron saint of England, tends to pass by without a mention, let alone a drink. Read more...