We programmed it in. It's got to be around here. Now it's saying this way. SERAPHIN: Patrick, it's louder. It's louder this way now. ♪♪ We'd all but given up hope of finding it. But just as we ...
April 9, 2024 • NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Jean-Martin Bauer of the World Food Programme about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Haiti. April 5, 2024 • Albert "Tootie" Heath has died at age ...
St. Patrick's Day is typically filled with lively Irish music, festive parades and delicious food. Even if you partake in St. Patrick's Day fun, there are a lot of surprising facts you may not ...
St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 is often marked in the U.S. by quirky traditions, such as Chicago dyeing its river emerald green, but the holiday has historical and religious roots in its origin ...
Performances in N.Y.C. Advertisement Supported by Patrick Carfizzi, a vibrant performer in supporting roles, has grabbed attention in a new production of Verdi’s “La Forza del Destino.” ...
The day of celebration - which marks the day of Saint Patrick’s death - was originally a religious holiday meant to celebrate the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and made official by the ...
Patrick “Pat” Michael Coomes, 71, of Louisville, KY. On April 5, 2024, Pat’s light was unexpectedly & swiftly extinguished—dimming the sun & flipping the world’s vibrancy to black & white.
Saint Patrick wasn’t Irish – he was born in Britain near the end of the fourth century and was taken prisoner by Irish raiders when he was 16. He spent six years in captivity in Ireland ...
Patrons clink mugs full of green beer. This Sunday, March 17, is St. Patrick's Day While it may be an informal drinking holiday for many Americans, it is actually a national holiday in Ireland and ...
Whether you’re Irish or not, celebrating St Patrick’s Day is always a good idea. On 17 March each year, thousands of people come together to drink, dress in green, eat traditional food from ...