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At This Authentic Irish Pub, It’s Been St. Patrick’s Day for 50 Years Straight Neary’s, in Manhattan, has been a neighborhood staple since it opened on St. Patrick’s Day, 1967.
The Rise and Fall of Potato Skins As they’ve disappeared from New York, so too has a certain kind of bar.
The Return of Ranch Dressing, a Great American Condiment The country’s most popular salad topping has finally started to show up at some of its best restaurants, too.
That’ll Be 76 Trombones for Ms. Jennifer Garner The actress celebrated her 44th birthday with a marching band.
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Photos and War Stories From Brighton Beach’s Victory Day Parade The anniversary of Germany’s WWII surrender has special significance in Brooklyn’s corner of the former Soviet Union.
Oprah Is Too Popular for a Birthday Party No 60th birthday festivities for life’s greatest celebrator.
Wait, What? A Secession Anniversary Celebration? South Carolina ready to start celebrating the beginning of the Civil War.
Where Were You When Spain Won? The scene at La Nacional and other Spanish strongholds yesterday.
Conan O’Brien Is Going Out in Style Look, on NBC, it’s actual must-see TV!
Four Seasons Fuss More on the awkward, star-studded shoot celebrating the restaurant’s 40th anniversary.
Four Seasons Turns 50 So which power players did ‘Vanity Fair’ photograph for the occasion?
New Year’s Eve in Times Square Just Got So Much More Exciting! Ring in 2009 alongside a bunch of rookie cops bearing machine guns!
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‘Guardian’ Calls Brooklyn the Hip New Place for Indie Music There’s really only one acceptable explanation for the Guardian’s breathless article about the vitality of the Brooklyn music scene: The editors filed the story back in 2002, misplaced it, found it yesterday, and published it today with some of the band and venue names changed in the hope that readers wouldn’t know the difference.