How to Get Your Irish On (When It's Not St. Paddy's)

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Irish Experiences

Once a year, almost all of the U.S. goes Irish for a day. With parades, fanfare, and a whole lotta fun, the U.S. actually celebrates St. Patrick's Day "bigger" than Ireland, though we hear they're catching up to our dyed rivers and city-wide parades. But what about the other 364 (or 363, depending on your recovery time) days of the year? Whether you trace your lineage back to the Emerald Isle like me, or you just love the culture, here are four ways to embrace Irish culture when it's not March 17!

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