Nobody covers the Philly parade like we do! You want the parade? You got it. If you were there, maybe we saw you!
Music, dance, good eats (including Irish hot dogs), and absolutely not an alcoholic drink in sight. All incredible fun, as our photos will attest.
Yes, we observed St. Patrick's Day by having a bit of carefree fun. But for just under an hour on St. Patrick's Day, we took the opportunity to remember that the day has a more serious meaning as well. And, of yeah, we managed to have a bit of fun at that, too.
We couldn't capture absolutely everybody and everything. (Just know that you are in our hearts, people.) Here's a taste of our incredible parade, boiled down to precisely five minutes and 37 seconds.
Conshohocken had another successful outing on Saturday, with hundreds of people lining Fayette Street for the St, Patrick's Day festivities. We have loads of photos!
Vets who've been helped by one of The Claddagh Fund's grantees, Healing Ajax, joined the band and its front man, Claddagh Fund founder Ken Casey, for a meet-and-greet before the show.
Phil Coulter and Andy Cooney fill the house in Upper Darby, while Blackthorn fills the (heated) tent. Learn more about the 1916 Easter Rising at two events, one marking an exhibit of newly commissioned art depicting the leaders of the Rising at The Irish Center and the other, an exhibit at Villanova of 1916 mementoes.
A large crowd turned out for the annual Duffy's Cut Memorial ceremony Sunday at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, including new Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney. We have photos and video.
Mayor Jim Kenney renewed an old acquaintance with Philly's Parade Grand Marshal Paul Doris at ceremonies on Thursday at City Hall.
Gloucester City, NJ, gets it right the first time! We have photos.