Wednesday, March 13, 2013
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, please share a photo of your lucky charm.
Patch wants to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with you by asking you to share a photo of your Lucky Charm (it can be a person, an animal, even an actual lucky charm like a rabbit's foot). To add your photo: We look forward to your submissions!
Friday, March 16, 2012
Here are just some of the events planned for St. Patrick's Day; add your own in the comments and celebrate Salem's Irish heritage.
It's the weekend, time to get out and enjoy everything Salem has to offer. The Irish flag is flying high in Riley Plaza, so be sure to celebrate Salem's Irish Heritage with some great St. Patrick's Day activities. Whether you're looking to imbibe (responsibly, please), or you're in the mood for some traditional Irish fare (or both), we have you covered. These are just some of the great festivites planned. You can bet everyone will be open. If we missed a St. Patrick's Day hot spot or event, be sure to add it in the comments. Also, be sure to head on over to our Best of Patch Reader's Choice poll by 9 a.m. today. We're highlighting the best St. Patrick's Day locations in Salem and we'll be announcing the winner at noon. Sláinte! Friday, …
Thursday, March 17, 2011
A roundup of the day's news for Thursday, March 17.
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There's still time to get in the spirit. Check out these Witch City locations for festivities.
St. Patrick's Day is here. Luckily, the Witch City has plenty of options when comes to celebrating the luck of the Irish. Be sure to check our suggestions from earlier in the week and try these Salem locations for some super St. Pat's day parties and specials.
People in downtown Salem share their plans for St. Patrick's Day.
St. Patrick's Day brings out the Irish in Salem, and dozens of local restaurants and businesses are celebrating the holiday. Ahead of this most spirited of saints' days, Salem Patch talked to people in downtown Salem about how they plan to celebrate. Watch our video to hear thoughts from Salem residents Jenna DiCicco and Joe Putzer; Amesbury resident Barbara Gard, who is celebrating art at the Peabody Essex Museum instead of St. Patrick's Day; and a toast from Salemites Susan Taylor and her son Mike Ash, as they enjoyed Guinness at O'Neill's.
Your daily digest of facts to keep you in-the-know on everything Salem.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Green is the color of the week at pubs and shops around the city.
Salem is gearing up for Saint Patrick's Day. Places like O'Neill's pub and Witch Tee's are ready with new merchandise, decorations and special deals. Have a look at the St. Patrick's Day decor from around Salem.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Here are 10 food and music spots for St. Patricks Day.
"May good luck be with you wherever you go, and your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow." As you count your blessings and look for a place to eat (and maybe dance a step or two), here are a few Salem spots to consider as you make St. Patty's Day plans: "Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!"