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Tompkinsville »

Traditional Irish Music Sessions Headed to Staten Island Brewery

Flagship Brewery and Staten Island Arts will host the open monthly sessions of traditional Irish music.

Lower East Side »

Bakery Reaches Accord Over 'Irish Car-Bomb' Cupcakes

The Prohibition Bakery changed the name of its pastries after receiving complaints.

Midtown »

Irish Restaurant Slated to Replace Former Stage Deli

Three pub owners are opening an Irish eatery at the site of the once-legendary deli on Seventh Avenue.

Far Rockaway »

Queens is Going Green With Flurry of St. Patrick's Celebrations

From Woodside to the storm-battered Rockaways, the borough is celebrating Irish culture.

New York City »

'Irish Day of Action' to Bring Christmas Relief for Sandy Victims

A coalition of Irish and Irish-American groups are heading to areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy.

Manhattan »

St. Patrick's Day Sees Green-Garbed Revelers Hit Manhattan Streets

The 251st annual St. Patrick's Parade kicked off at 11 a.m. on Fifth Avenue and 44th Street.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Irish Arts Center Gets $11M Grant for New Hell's Kitchen Facility

The City Council has promised a multi-million dollar grant to the Irish Arts Center to help build a new facility in Hell's Kitchen.

Manhattan »

St. Patrick's Day Revelers Fill Manhattan's Streets

Manhattan will be brimming with green-garbed revelers for the 250th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Thursday.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg Hears it From Parade Crowd Over Irish Joke

The mayor has been criticized for comments he made about the Irish while at the society last months.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Bloomberg's 'Inebriated' Irish Joke Draws Boos at Upper East Side Event

Mayor Michael Bloomberg was criticized after making a joke, which played on the stereotype that Irish people are drunks.

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