Mar 11, 2010

FEAST: The St. Patrick's Day Index

FEAST: The St. Patrick's Day Index

Hundreds of thousands of revelers lined the streets of Manhattan for the world's oldest and largest St. Patrick's Day parade.

Mar 11, 2010
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By Jerome McClendon

Irish Eyes Smiling: The 2009 Parade in Photos

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