St. Patrick is not the benign figure wearing a green bishop's miter holding a shamrock and casting the snakes from the shores of his homeland,
People tend to go a little crazy on St. Paddy's day; most of us are familiar with the crowded parades, green rivers, and drunken revely. And it's unde...
There are more than five times as many Americans with at least partial Irish ancestry as there are people who live in Ireland.
Did you know that contrary to your current hopes for a bright, sunny wedding day, rain is actually a positive? Have you ever wondered why the practice...
St. Patrick's Day is getting us excited for all things green!
If you've ever been even semi-lucid on a St. Patrick's Day, you're probably familiar with the phrase 'luck of the Irish.'
Amid the fanfare and elation on this Saint Patrick's Day, we would be wise to honor the patron saint of Ireland by also adhering to his moral teachings and by personifying his exemplary character.
This is a simple, gorgeous mocktail which is a bit of a surprise, your guests won't expect the burst of Grapefruit flavor that will greet them with the first sip!
Top of the morning to you! HooplaHa - Life with a Smile is back with an entire Oh-My-Good News countdown - St. Patrick's style! 5. Starting off the ...
March 17th is day when people wear green and wait in line for an eternity to enter an Irish pub. However, for those who have a pub in their house there's no line to wait in. Here are 21 homes for sale where there's no need to wait in line for a Guinness.
The plights of the Irish and blacks in America are extremely different, but share some similarities. Irish were sometimes thought of as black people "turned inside out," and blacks as "smoked Irish."
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something green?!
I have just been hit by the "Irish charm cannons," as my brother coined them. Here are five other reasons to love Irish men:
It's March, and that means that stores are filled with green-colored muffins, candy, and other (often unhealthy) items to commemorate St. Patrick's Day. Here are a few healthier items to keep with the green theme this Sunday -- after all, you don't need to be Irish to be lucky in health!
It was said that when Vikings first arrived in Ireland in the ninth century to plunder and conquer, it wasn't long before they fell victim to the charms of the Irish and were converted into settled, peaceful citizens. If marauding invaders wielding sharpened swords can't defend against the charms of Ireland and its people, what chance do the rest of us have?
Historically, the first St. Paddy's Day parades started popping up about 250 years ago in NYC and Boston.