Impress your friends this year with weird, interesting and bizarre trivia about St. Patrick's Day thanks to our traditions and facts about Ireland's national holiday.
The oldest Irish-Catholic Organization in America has distanced itself from the Staten Island parade that excludes LGBTQ groups from marching under banners.
The incredible tale of John Philip Holland and how he came to invent the submarine. He was born on February 29, 1841.
The New York St. Patrick's Day Parade has had its fair share of controversy in the course of its 255-year history.
Little known facts and figures about St.Patrick’s Day and how and where it is celebrated around the globe every year.
Larry Kirwan reflects on what fans usually point to as their favorite Black 47 album, "Elvis Murphy's Green Suede Shoes."
The Connacht Rugby Under-17s team is set to play Rugby United New York as part of a tour of New York this St. Patrick's Day.
New collection of photographs in the New York Transit Museum shows how an Irish immigrant masterminded the building of the city's first subway tunnels
As Irish Americans in New York lend their support to the former mayor Michael Bloomberg we look at his track record with Irish and one particular gaffe.
Larry McCarthy, a Corkman but long time New York Sligo representative, has the bona fides to be a major factor in a field of five as they jockey to the finish line.
Where’s the most perfect place in the world to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
Shepherd's Pie recipe for the quintessential St. Patrick's Day meal
Bernie Sanders says he was “nauseated” by JFK
Irish Traveller Tyson Fury is new world boxing champion
Bernie Sanders slammed Margaret Thatcher on IRA hunger strikers
Guinness and beef empanadas recipe for St. Patrick’s Day
Weird and interesting trivia about St. Patrick's Day's celebrations
Being Irish on St. Patrick’s Day - why we love it
Skelliking Day: Ireland's ancient form of Mardi Gras before Lent
Irish among those on lockdown in Italy during deadly coronavirus outbreak