St. Patrick’s Day
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and if it turns out that you’re have a little too much fun out there, consider riding a Metro Transit light rail train.
Didn’t get a chance to watch the WCCO-TV Saturday Morning show? We’ve got all the segments for you here from our special St. Patrick’s Day edition.
The first St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Minnesota were in 1852 in St. Paul, and that tradition continues Saturday when many will be celebrating St. Paddy’s Day by drinking an Irish beer.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, and there’s sure to be a lot of celebrating in the Twin Cities.
Law enforcement agencies statewide will increase enforcement this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, a traditionally risky time on Minnesota roadways.
This Saturday, it’s going to get busy in St. Paul. An estimated 100,000 people are expected be downtown for a number of events Saturday.
When I studied abroad, I had the opportunity to visit a friend studying at Trinity College in Dublin Ireland.
You don’t have to have Irish blood running through your veins to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day here in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota might be known in the larger world for its Scandinavian heritage, but there’s little doubt that the Irish have played a big part here, particularly in the capital of Saint Paul.
Tonight in Finding Minnesota, Angela Davis takes us inside one Irish pub that takes pride in just how authentic it is.
We just had our 3rd consecutive St. Patrick’s Day with a high in the 50s. Luck of the Irish? It will be cooler on Friday, but our highs around 44 degrees are still above average.
In a year when the questions of union power and the responsibility of governments to their employees have taken center stage, St. Patrick’s Day is taking on dual meaning for many Irish-Americans, with their rich ties to the labor movement.
The mild air will stick around for another day as warm air lingers ahead of an advancing cold front. We have another shot at 50 degrees.
Yes, it’s that time of year again — St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, and as usual, there’s no shortage of festivities. Even though the weather is forecasting a chance of rain, after our long winter, that seems like a cause for celebration too.