Feb 27, 2012
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By Victoria Cavaliere

In Photos: St Patrick's Day Parade 2011

Decked in green, thousands of people turned out for New York City's annual St. See Full Gallery

Mar 17, 2011

Parade Celebrates 250 Years

Parade Celebrates 250 Years

Fifth Avenue was a sea of green as the city celebrated Irish heritage at the 250th St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Feb 27, 2012

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Turns 250!

Saint Patrick's Day Parade Turns 250!

Beloved author Mary Higgins Clark, the 2011 Grand Marshal, and parade historian John Ridge, share their thoughts on the history and the 250th Anniversary of the Saint Patrick's Day Parade.

Mar 10, 2010

LINK: The Official Site of the St. Patrick's Parade

LINK:  The Official Site of the St. Patrick's Parade

Beloved author Mary Higgins Clark, the 2011 Grand Marshal, and parade historian John Ridge, share their thoughts on the history and the 250th Anniversary of the Saint Patrick's Day Parade.

Mar 11, 2011

LINK: St. Patrick's Day Parade 250th Anniversary Book

LINK: St. Patrick's Day Parade 250th Anniversary Book

Check out the new book that chronicles the parade's 250-year history.

Mar 16, 2011

The FEAST: Where to Eat for St. Patrick's Day

The FEAST: Where to Eat for St. Patrick's Day

Even if your ancestors don't hail from Ireland, you'll enjoy the hearty Irish fare at these local spots.

Mar 5, 2012
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By Lindsay Good

Irish Eyes Smiling: The 2010 Parade in Photos

The 2010 St. Patrick's Day parade was a sunlit delight See Full Gallery

Feb 27, 2012

Aerial View: High Above St. Patrick's Day Parade

Aerial View: High Above St. Patrick's Day Parade

Take an aerial tour high above Midtown Manhattan as the St. Patrick's Day parade marches up 5th Avenue Tuesday.

Feb 27, 2012

Grand Marshal Kelly Ready to Lead the Parade

Grand Marshal Kelly Ready to Lead the Parade

New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly leads the 249th St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Feb 27, 2012

Irish Americans and the Parade

Irish Americans and the Parade

"The St. Patrick’s Day Parade celebrates pride in our country, our church and ourselves," said Brian O’Dwyer

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