St. Patrick’s Day
Settle into a plate of soul-warming corned beef and cabbage at these Philly restaurants, and you’ll understand why this dish has survived for centuries.
Thirty-nine-year-old Paraic Keane was born and raised in Ireland, but now hangs his hat in Chestnut Hill. Although he usually works on a variety of music projects, when the Chieftains are in town, he grabs his fiddle and heads on down for a reunion with band members, both family and almost-family.
By Jim Donovan: St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t exactly rank among the top holidays when it comes to retail spending. In fact, it’s the smallest. But the National Retail Federation finds that more than half of […]
Chris question’s President Obama’s committment to cutting gas prices and debates the new ban on texting while driving in Pennsylvania. He also talks to Jerome Bettis about and upcoming Show on NBC called Who Do You Think You Are?
If you can’t make it to Dublin, Galway or Belfast for St. Patrick’s Day, consider planning a daylong getaway that brings Irish tradition a lot closer.
Everyone might be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but not every bar in Philadelphia is. For those looking to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day, here are the best local Irish pubs to celebrate your right to drink green beer and get lucky.
Whether or not you’re Irish, you will thank your lucky stars that you’re partying in Philly. Here are the top bars in which to get green beer this year.
The luck of the Irish was with us today as temperatures climbed into the mid 60s with lots of sunshine. In fact, today was one of the mildest St. Patrick’s Days in recorded history.
About a hundred people attended an annual ceremony at Philadelphia’s Irish Memorial, at Front and Chestnut Streets, to reflect on their heritage.
Chris talked to Francis Finnegan, who alleges he was molested by a priest at the age of seven, Lou Dubois on the economic impact of the NCAA Tournament and Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick about the federal budget.
The only elected brothers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives will be attending an annual White House dinner on St. Patrick’s Day.
“St. Patrick, bless our religious sisters who serve, inspire and educate” is the theme of this year’s parade.
A City Councilwoman says she’s “seething green” over what she calls “anti-Irish” merchandise being sold by Spencer Gifts for St. Patrick’s Day.
Don your green, ready your pint glass and put on your drinking face: it’s St. Patrick’s Day in Philadelphia!
Rain or shine, the St. Patrick’s Day parade is coming up this weekend. Eyewitness News visited a dance teacher who illustrates what it takes to create such a big event with such talented young people.