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Greenpoint »

The Palace Cafe has been in Geraldine Curtin's family since 1956.

Midtown »

The mayor ended his boycott of the parade after organizers let LGBTQ groups join in the festivities.

Midtown »

This year marks the first time an LGBT group was allowed to march in the parade. 

Sunnyside »

The SunnysideArtists fundraiser will include works that Luke Adams left to the group.

Tompkinsville »

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

Lower East Side »

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

Midtown »

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

Far Rockaway »

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

New York City »

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

Manhattan »

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

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

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 »

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

Manhattan »

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

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

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