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4 min ago | Examiner.com
September may seem like an odd time to think about St. Patrick's Day. However, the 17th of the month makrs the halfway point to St. Patrick's Day.
6 hrs ago | The New York Observer
The St. Patrick's Day parade next year will be unlike any other in New York's history, which is saying something for an institution that is older than the republic itself. For the first time, a group of gays and lesbians will march as an organization, behind its own banner.
10 hrs ago | Inside Bay Area
Days before his retirement from Christ the King, the Rev. Brian Joyce sits in the office he's had for 26 years, with half-packed boxes, empty shelves and wrapped gifts of housewares for his future Alameda parish digs.
14 hrs ago | The Irish World Newspaper
'A Taste and a Thirst' with Eimear Kelleher - Local Brand Ambassador for Tullamore D.E.W. Eimear is Dublin-born and Brooklyn-living and is dedicated to unearthing all the finer things in life. Her new series of pub reviews and previews for the Irish World begins with a special invitation.
A bartender at the Cloverleaf Tavern wears a green wig for St. Patrick's Day as she pours a pint of Guinness for a customer in this 2004 file photo. (Tony Kurdzuk For the second year in a row, a Caldwell bar has been voted as one of the best beer bars in the country.
Celtic Festival participants enjoy the sights and sounds behind the Wild Rover Pub on Sunday in Manchester.
If your Christian parents throw you out of the house for being Gay, and they cite Scripture, it is probably St. Paul, specifically 1 Corinthians 6:9-10, 'Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.' Regarding the reference to homosexuality, Bible Gateway explains, 'The two Greek terms translated by this phrase refer to the passive and active partners in consensual homosexual acts.'
William Donohue of the Catholic League announced that his organization would not take part in next year's popular celebration of Irish-American culture, New York's St. Patrick's Day parade. Photo by Patrick Novecosky/Legatus, courtesy of Catholic League NEW YORK After organizers agreed to allow a gay and lesbian group to march, William Donohue of the Catholic League announced that his organization would not take part in next year's popular celebration of Irish-American culture, New York's St. Patrick's Day parade.
Bill Donohue issued the following remarks: The Catholic League, which has marched in New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade for 20 years, will not do so in 2015. Prior to the announcement that a gay group would march under its own banner in the 2015 parade, I was consulted by parade organizers about their plans.
NDSU'S Gold Star Marching Band has been invited to perform in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin, Ireland next Spring.
Head to McCarthy's Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar 4-10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, for a combination "Halfway to St. Patrick's Day" and "Celtic Classic Kick-off" celebration.
Controversy continues over New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade's policies, and one group is not taking 'no' for an answer. Yesterday morning, Irish LGBT groups held a press conference on the steps of the New York Public Library.
A week after Organizers of the NYC St. Patrick's Day parade announced that they are ending a ban and allowing a gay group to march under its own banner for the first time, the president of the Catholic League said his group will not march in the parade. Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, said the decision was based on not having a pro-life group march and issued the following statement Thursday: "Prior to the announcement that a gay group would march under its own banner in the 2015 parade, I was consulted by parade organizers about their plans.
As the countdown to St. Patrick's Day clock ticked behind them, Charlie Cochrane, left, Charlie Lerg, Jamie Billman, and Josh Gifford enjoyed happy hour at Quinn and Tuite's Irish bar at 1535 Plainfield NE. "St. Patrick's Day is a holiday you have to warm up to.
Russell George was beloved - a prince among Memphis tavern owners. He operated Murphy's Irish Pub on Madison Avenue for years before leaving it in the early 1990s to try something new in the still mostly abandoned South Main district, across from the train station.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 11:40 pm
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