Are you ready for St. Patrick's Day? Are you looking for the closest pub that will be open, or how about a classic Irish drink, or how to make corned beef? Where do you go for answers? Well, 'The Google,' of course!
It's St. Patrick's Day and no green for Jon James. Yesterday, both Jon and I were decked out in green. No plan, it just happened. Well, today I have my traditional green Red Sox cap on. Jon...nothing. No green. We came up with a solution, though, as you can see in the video below...
It's a perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Support the Augusta Boys and Girls Club Tuesday night (March 17) with a special dinner and auction at the Governor Hill Mansion on State Street in Augusta.
The timing just happens to be pretty perfect -- the world's most recognizable green superstar, Kermit the Frog, has a new movie coming out - 'Muppets Most Wanted' - the very same week that kicks off with the world's most recognizable green holiday. Sure, Kermit probably doesn't imbibe too much on the holiday like the rest of us do, but that doesn't mean that it can't prove to be beneficial to his
It’s a day where we all wear green and some people go even more insane than others in attire. Have you guessed, it’s St. Patrick’s Day! Many will head out tonight and party with shamrock shades, green top hats and green beer!
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t just for people in Ireland and Americans who want to pretend to be Irish for a day. There are celebrations of this saint and his saintly day all around the world.
Gov. Paul LePage is signing the bill to allow bars to open and serve alcohol a few hours earlier when St. Patrick's Day falls on a Sunday. That is what happens this weekend. Sunday is March 17th and that is St. Paddy’s Day.
Mainers wanting to get their St. Patrick’s Day started early this year just might be able to do that, even on a Sunday. A bill has been introduced to add a few hours to the time people can buy a drink on Sunday March 17th.
St. Patrick’s Day, the one day where everybody feels Irish, is just around the corner.
With the holiday falling on a Sunday, Legislators at the State House here in Augusta are working on a bill to allow Maine’s bars to open at 6 a.m., three hours later than the state law-mandated time of 9 a.m.