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Cut some calories with these healthier twists on classic St. Patrick's Day staples like corned beef and cabbage, soda bread, and lamb stew.
Skip the Guinness. Try these eight great imperial stouts, like Victory Brewing Co. Storm King or De Struise Brouwers Black Albert.
Get out of town
Stop into one of these delightful New England pubs for a perfectly poured pint.
Skip town for a St. Patrick's Day 5K in Providence or the Irish Comedy Tour in Pittsfield.
Cow's stomach? Hair of the dog? Check out these hangover cures from around the world.
If your pooch is of Irish descent, whether partly or completely, please share a photo.
Even if you're not named Sean or Shannon, you're Irish by association on St. Patrick's Day in Boston. Here's what's happening around town.
Our round-up of family-friendly events in Boston and beyond this St. Patrick's Day.
From Faneuil Hall to Jamaica Plain, here's a roundup of pubs and restaurants where you might want to find yourself on and around March 17.
Get in the spirit: Snap a photo of the Southie parade festivities, friends at a house party, or your kids and pets wearing green and send it to us.
Searching for suds? For those of us who view happy hour as a hops adventure, Boston blissfully offers some fabulous beer bars.
Explore more than 300 years of Irish-American history in Boston by following the Irish Heritage Trail. The tour consists of 20 stops along 3 miles.
The Boston Globe columnist counts "The Secret of Roan Inish," "The Crying Game," and "Hunger" (left) among his favorites.
Who's your favorite Irish crooner? Are you a Sinead O'Connor fan? Or a devoted Bono loyalist? Check out our roundup and suggest your own.