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St. Patrick’s Day in Hoboken

Yes, the holiday commonly celebrated on March 17th was celebrated on March 5th in the New Jersey town of Hoboken. Why? Because apparently it’s a fairly Irish town with a big population of firemen and cops who will all be on duty on the 17th and need to get their green on! 181 more words


Agent Provocateur Party

Wow, New York knows how to open a store! Champagne was flowing, half naked girls were dancing, the guests were beautiful, the DJ was cool (Jefferson Heck) and the store looked sexy and chic, á la… 23 more words


My First New York Fashion Week, Lincoln Center

Please forgive me for using these three letters together but OMG! Yesterday was one of the big highlights of my life! This little Irish girl got to attend a… 89 more words


The Leopardstown Races

The blasted snow destroyed many Christmas traditions in Dublin’s fair city this year, including the St. Stephen’s Day races at Leopardstown. Not to be kept from a day of hot ports and racing, they were re-scheduled to start a few days later so the girls and I took to them last Thursday as if it were December 26th. 123 more words



The red sea of santas took Manhattan by surprise, congregating in Central Park last Saturday for the now global phenomenon that is Santacon. Depressed at having missed the twelve pubs of Christmas at home, I was delighted to have the New York equivalent to attend. 58 more words


Saturday Improv

Being told by a friend to meet her at Grand Central with a toilet roll, a marker, a wrapped gift and two sheets of A4 with letters on them seems totally cracked but that’s what I did on Saturday afternoon. 460 more words


Boating in Central Park

Being the fabulous people that we are we took to the park on Saturday for a champagne picnic to celebrate a lovely lady’s 24th birthday. The sun was shining, humidity was minimal, we had strawberries, blueberries, hummus and carrots, delicious cupcakes from… 147 more words