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By Ashley Breeding | March 13, 2009
March 17 ? on Tuesday this year ? is St. Patrick?s Day, also ?St. Paddy?s Day,? which celebrates St. Patrick (385-461 AD), one of the patron saints of Ireland. The ?feast day? is believed to mark the date of his death, and is also a celebration of Irish history and culture. A national holiday in Ireland, it is an unofficial but highly celebrated holiday in the U.S. Traditionally, people wear green and enjoy Irish delicacies and drinks such as corned beef, cabbage, and Irish beer and whiskey.
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By Ashley Breeding | March 13, 2009
March 17 ? on Tuesday this year ? is St. Patrick?s Day, also ?St. Paddy?s Day,? which celebrates St. Patrick (385-461 AD), one of the patron saints of Ireland. The ?feast day? is believed to mark the date of his death, and is also a celebration of Irish history and culture. A national holiday in Ireland, it is an unofficial but highly celebrated holiday in the U.S. Traditionally, people wear green and enjoy Irish delicacies and drinks such as corned beef, cabbage, and Irish beer and whiskey.
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