St. Patrick’s Day
When people think of St. Patrick’s Day they think of corned beef, Irish soda bread and beer. So why not shake things up a bit by making some super easy and super delicious Stout and Baileys Cupcakes?
The absolute best takes on the traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal has been slow cooked for a day or two. Extra points if you receive a side of “veg and mash.”
Celebrate the day that turns everybody Irish by taking a cooking course, enjoying a historical walking tour, dining on Irish grub, rocking out to live music – or all of the above. These are our favorite ways to celebrate St. Patty’s Day in the city.
An early St. Patrick’s Day was held in Queens Sunday, by a group that says the Fifth Avenue Parade set to take to the street in about two weeks is not inclusive.
Many are hoping the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Belmar will restore some hope and joy to the New Jersey community still suffering months after superstorm Sandy.
There are bawdy, crude, rude, and insulting stereotypes on t-shirts and hats at Spencer’s and at kiosks at the Palisades Center mall and Rockland County Irish say enough is enough.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the New York City landmark and seat of the Archdiocese of New York, is about to undergo a huge restoration — the kind of facelift that only three years and $177 million can provide.
Police, community leaders and the franchise’s owner have come up with a plan to close off some late night seating and add off-duty officers at the location, according to a report in the Post.
It was St. Patrick’s Day and NYPD Sgt. Robert Critelli was checking bags at Grand Central when someone ran up yelling about a man on the subway tracks.
Authorities say a floor of a New York City three-story house where a large party was taking place collapsed, injuring a dozen people.
New Jersey state police say more than 120 extra troopers will be out on patrol this weekend, looking closely for drunk and reckless drivers as residents celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
This is a weekend when everyone claims to be Irish, and it was a time to “go green” on Friday afternoon at the city’s 77th St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The parade kicks off at 11 a.m. Saturday on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street and forecasters are calling for high temperatures of around 60 degrees.
In the early and mid-1800s, the Irish and Chinese lived side-by-side in the rough and tumble Five Points. Today, there is a coming together for two cultures that might still seem foreign to one another.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade won’t be the only event shutting down city streets this weekend. The New York City Half Marathon is Sunday.