Saint Patrick’s Day is nearly here, and it’s time to start the party! What’s the best playlist for the St. Patrick’s Day celebration this year? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has created the best party music playlist for St Patricks Day, featuring some of the most popular songs from Irish artists. Listen to it here.
What are the best books to read for celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day? Some of the best new and classic novels, poetry collections, memoirs and other non-fiction books by Irish authors, of course. If you’re wondering what to read on Saint Patrick’s Day, read on.
Every month, our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum shares her insights and tips on all things cinematic. From film festivals to must-see new releases – and of course, the awards season – she’s our expert guide to the silver screen. In this dispatch, she shares her list of the best movies and rom coms to watch to celebrate St Patricks Day, set in Ireland or that feature lead characters who are Irish. So add these to the list of the top films you need to see (or see again) this March.
Saint Patrick’s Day is a joyful time, and it can also be a perfect time to take a mini-vacation. But where to go? The top trips have some historic or thematic tie to the holiday, and a luxurious hotel to stay in, and at least one fantastic party, or parade, or wild bacchanalia. Good food and drink are preferred, but not required. If money is no object, and you can get away for a few days, here’s our surprising list of the 10 best trips to the top places in the world for a vacation to celebrate Irish heritage and Saint Patrick’s Day this year.
Saint Patrick’s Day is nearly upon us, and at Dandelion Chandelier we’re excited to celebrate it with our friends. As you know, we freely invite ourselves to every good party, and this one is no exception. We still remember fondly when the Irish embraced former President Obama in the 2011 as a blood relative because he had a trace of Ireland in his ancestry (he visited the town of Moneygall—home of his great-great-great grandfather—and met some distant cousins for the first time). Hey, at least once a year, we’re all Irish!