St. Patrick’s Day
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.
The Rolling Stones aren’t the only musical group turning 50 this year. The Chieftains are also marking half a century, and will be celebrating it with a St. Patrick’s Day concert at Carnegie Hall.
Each year, people from around the world flock to New York to celebrate Irish Heritage on St. Patrick’s Day. In addition to the parades, there are several different celebrations to attend.
The city of Hoboken cancelled the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade because of drunken rowdiness in recent years, but there will be something to celebrate.
Animal Rights Activists Rally As Newark Woman Accused Of Starving, Dumping Patrick The Pit Bull, Appears In Court
Kisha Curtis, the New Jersey woman accused of starving a 1-year-old pit bull that was found at the bottom of a trash chute, was back in court Friday.
The cabbie, Bouchaib Fadrany, says he picked up four drunken firefighters on Eighth Avenue near 48th Street before they got rowdy and stole $450 from him.
A sea of green flooded Fifth Avenue as spectators and marchers took to the streets for the country’s largest Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
Whether you’re looking for green beer or a St. Patty’s day themed cocktail, we’ve found your must-hit-up haunts for St. Patrick’s Day.
Festivities at New York City bars this St. Patrick’s Day will feature green beer, shamrock decorations and of course, Irish whiskey. The following are some pubs, pub crawls and events that will have you feeling lucky this holiday.
Veteran Irish American entertainment critic Mike Farragher joins CBS 2 to talk about his new book “This is Your Brain on Shamrocks.”
Some St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are starting as early as this weekend in Manhattan and Brooklyn.