Party like you're Irish. Or at least from Irish Hill.
Fun-for-all (Irish or not) at annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Highlands. Parade begins at Broadway and Baxter at 3PM.
See what happens when I take a week off...people go crazy and start drinking colored beer.
The Louisville Civic Orchestra performed Irish inspired repertoire for St. Patrick's Day.
Our nominee for greatest Irish ballad is “Mother Machree,” written in 1910 by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball, with lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. If, after a couple of Bushmills, this tune fails to bring a tear to your eye, you are not a true son of Erin.
Get ready to re-learn the alphabet – Irish style. Local author – and dual Irish citizen – Viki Pidgeon presents her latest ode to the Emerald Isle with a children’s book designed to marry fun with facts. Catch her at Carmichael’s Bookstore tomorrow, Saturday, March 10th, at 4pm.
The Bottom Sop are like straight, Kentucky bourbon whiskey
St. Patrick’s Day weekend fun will keep parts of the Highlands shut down Saturday.
Liquor Barn finds excuse to break out the Irish whiskey for a unique sampling and tasting this weekend.
Look! Louisville has finally gone green...
Whose Irish Cuisine will reign supreme this St. Patrick's Day?
Several branches of the Louisville Free Public Library will hold kid-friendly programs to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Green beer excluded.
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