New York – Mar 17 2009

Kiss Me I'm Irish - St. Paddy's Day in Style

Are you looking for something completely fun and original to do on St. Patrick’s Night? Calling all young, hip and trendy St. Patrick’s Day revelers in NYC: are you looking for something completely fun and original to do on St. Patrick’s Night? Well, throw on your glad rags, polish up your sense of irony, and head over to 230 FIFTH (that’s both the address and the name of the venue) for the “Kiss Me I’m Irish — St. Patrick’s Day in Style…
and a “Kiss Me I’m Irish” button (or two) couldn’t hurt. Seriously — it beats a night of listening to whatever’s on the jukebox at your local. Because how many times do you need to hear, “When Irish Eyes are Smiling”?

Smart Casual Attire required by 230 FIFTH.
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Visit www.230-fifth.com online!

Watch a fun RadioIrish Video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpHEXLpmO88

RADIO IRISH – New York’s Only Irish Station
“Everybody’s Irish On Saint Patrick’s Day!”
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RADIO IRISH New York’s Only Irish Station will be pumping the music on Saint Patrick’s Night – March 17th 2009 at EuroCircle’s KISS ME I’M IRISH Party being held at the prestigious 230 5th Avenue Rooftop Penthouse!

Come join RADIO IRISH Disc Jockey Sean McCarthy for the Saint Patrick’s Night Party everybody’s talking about!

RADIOIRISH.COM broadcasts 24 hours a day 7 days a week from state-of-the-art recording facilities in New York City, The Meadowlands NJ, Salem MA and Bondi Beach AU. Veteran Irish Radio Presenters SEAN McCARTHY, BOB GALLICO and HENRY O’DONOVAN host a heady mix of music, news, and commentary in a fashion only the Irish can! Tune in now at RADIOIRISH.COM

IRISH HUMOUR

Paddy was tooling along the road one fine day when the local policeman, a friend of his, pulled him over.
“What’s wrong, Seamus?” Paddy asked.

“Well didn’t ya know, Paddy, that your wife fell out of the car about five miles back?” said Seamus.

“Ah, praise the Almighty!” Paddy replied with relief. “I thought I’d gone deaf!”

Leprechaun stories, outrageous pub tales, fighting Irish gags, good luck, and some St. Patrick yarns are boasted with ethnic flair.

Saint Patrick’s Day parade in NY is well known in the world. In a typical year, 150,000 marchers participate in it, including bands, firefighters, military and police groups, county associations, emigrant societies, and social and cultural clubs, and 2 million spectators line the streets. The parade marches up 5th Avenue in Manhattan and is always led by the U.S. 69th Infantry Regiment. New York politicians – or those running for office – are always found prominently marching in the parade. Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch once proclaimed himself “Ed O’Koch” for the day, and he continues to don an Irish sweater and march every year up until 2003, even though he is no longer in office.

The parade is organized and run by the Ancient Order of Hibernians.[citation needed] For many years, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was the primary public function of the organization. On occasion the order has appointed controversial Irish republican figures (some of whom were barred from the U.S.) to be its Grand Marshal.

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