In March of 1776, the British fleet departed Boston to go attack other areas, trying to keep those pesky colonists under control. Since this event happened in Boston Harbor, Bostonians claimed this as a holiday. The holiday is celebrated each year... read more
Putting together and planning a great St. Patrick's Day party. St. Patrick's Day is all about celebrating, safely of course, and a great party is a perfect way to celebrate. read more
A true story about the tragedy of drinking and driving. The story of my youngest sister, and her tragic death. Please read this and understand that it could be you or someone you care about. read more
It's that time of year again when green clovers spring forth in open show-case windows and fast food joints bring back their shamrock shakes. It's that time-honored tradition when you round up friends for another St. Paddy's celebration, needing no... read more
One of the most obvious ways that people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day is to hit up the local Irish bars with their friends and family. After all, the Irish are known for loving their pubs and many of the events that take place to celebrate the... read more
Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated by everyone these days. Everyone is Irish for the day. Enjoy some Irish Drinking Songs for Cats. read more
Ah, if you've arrived at this hub, you must have the Luck of the Irish! This week's HubMob is Better Than Green Beer! It's about St. Patrick's Day, and it's filled with frosted lucky hubs that are magically hub-licious! read more
St Patricks is a fun day to celebrate. Even more fun when you have kids. There are so many different things you can do with your kids to celebrate. Go Green!! read more
Elementary school celebrations in my day encompassed the usual cliches, but here's some other information, along with some great recipes and music! read more
maternal grandmother was Irish and consequently St. Patrick’s day was
celebrated at home. Food played a major role and we either had corned beef and
cabbage or Irish Stew. Of the two, my favourite dish was my grandmother’s Iris
Stew and over... read more
Avoid awkward situations at your St. Patrick's Day Party with these wonderful non-alcoholic drinks for your nondrinking friends. In fact, everyone will likely be pleased by a few of them. Add alcohol if you like. read more
Traditional Irish toasts are lovely, whether you’re Irish or not. I collected these from around the web. Raise a glass!
May peace and plenty be the first to lift the latch on your door, and happiness be guided to your home by... read more
St. Patrick’s Day is coming and you don’t want to be caught without a frosty mug of green beer! This article gives tips for making green beer, as well as making a case for drinking the stuff! Top 5 Reasons to Drink Green Beer
I think we can... read more
Hundreds of Irish singers and song writers have added a depth of artistic expression to history, culture, and music that is hard to describe and impossible to grasp in a single article. read more
Some Celtic people may or may not be making crop circles in the middle of the night, but Celts and their descendants have surely made outstanding films to enjoy on St. Patrick's Day. read more
St.Patrick driving the snakes out of ireland has become a legend on the par of Paul Bunyan and his giant blue ox, Babe. It's evolved to many versions you may not know... read more
Rediscovering Irish roots through the medium of music... Shane macGowan and The Pogues have a lot to answer for in the author's life. Thankyou read more
What is St patrick’s day and who is St Patrick?
Well according to Wikipaedia:
“Saint Patrick's Day (Irish: Lá ’le Pádraig or Lá Fhéile Pádraig), colloquially St. Paddy's Day or Paddy's Day, is an annual feast day which... read more
Green Beer along with corn beef and cabbage are traditional St. Patrick's Day favorites. Learn how these come to be associated with a day celebrating the life of a saint. read more
The legend of the Leprechaun. A look at the legend and myth surrounding the Leprechaun. read more
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, Nigeria, Engineers, and the Excluded. Many people are familiar with the Irish traditions of the man and the legend, but not as many are well versed in the lore of the other three. The name of the... read more
Despite the fact that Tucson Arizona is in the old Spanish Southwest, its roots are Irish as the fort that became Tucson was constructed under order of the Irish born Spanish Commander Hugo O'Conor read more
While Ireland is a predominantly Catholic nation there is also a sizable Protestant minority whose traditions go back hundreds of years. Large numbers of both groups emigrated to the United States with those of Protestant faiths choosing to be known as Scot-Irish..... read more
Fun information about Blarney Castle, the Blarney Stone, and the gift of blarney. History, myths, and quotes about the most famous stone in the world and the people who kiss it. read more
Yes, folks, there really are four-leaf clovers. I know firsthand, because I've picked them. Now, when I say clovers, I don't mean shamrocks. Shamrocks have three leaves. The clovers I'm talking about actually have four leaves. They are a... read more
Silverside, a cut of meat located on the inside of the hind leg of an ox. A popular peasant dish, pickled and boiled. Served first hot, then left to be served as cold cuts. read more
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