Conshohocken Gets Their 'Irish On' During 13th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade Irish pride was on full display Saturday for the 13th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Conshohocken.
Soggy Weather Doesn't Stop Hundreds From Celebrating Philadelphia's St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe 249th annual St. Patrick's Day parade saw lots of green across Philadelphia on Sunday, and Irish eyes were smiling all day.
All Road Closures, Parking Restrictions During Philadelphia's St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe parade begins at 16th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard, proceeding through Independence Mall and ending at Penn's Landing.
Let The Party Begin: St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Begin In New JerseyLet the St. Patrick's Day celebrations begin as one New Jersey city held its fourth annual parade on Sunday.
Fundraiser In Northeast Philadelphia Benefits St. Patrick's Day ParadeProceeds from the fundraiser go to the St. Patrick's Day Observance Association, which is making the March 10 parade possible.
Immigration Struggles Of Past, Present Focus Of Discussion At Irish MemorialThe annual St. Patrick's Day commemoration ceremony was held at Philadelphia's Irish Memorial on Saturday.
St. Patrick's Day By The NumbersWhen you suit up in green and head to the St. Patrick's Day parade or your favorite Irish bar to celebrate, dropping these facts and figures about the holiday's origins will impress your fellow revelers!
Things That Turn Green On St. Patrick's DayEvery year on St. Patrick's Day, the world around us suddenly looks a little... jealous.
Army Wants To Stop Soldiers From Being Kissed During St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe Army wants to halt a favorite St. Patrick's Day shenanigan in Savannah that for decades has left marching soldiers with cheeks smeared in bright red lipstick.
Philadelphia Celebrates Irish Heritage At Annual St. Patrick's Day ParadeThousands of people lined Market Street on Sunday for the city's 248th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Philly St. Patrick's Day Celebrations Predate America's FoundingPhiladelphia St. Patrick’s Day celebrations began in 1771, five years before the signing of the Declaration of Independence.