A list of Irish St. Patrick's Day "traditions" you'll find only in America.
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Some Irish Ministers are barely recognized in their own parish but they still get the Green carpet treatment stateside.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will deliver a keynote address at the Society of Irish Women’s 19th annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner celebration.
U.S. Embassy claims Ireland took the St. Patrick's Day tradition from their trans-Atlantic cousins in America. In fact, Americans invented the celebrations.
True or false? Green potatoes are poisonous. One Irish favorite you must avoid at all costs is green: potatoes.
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