For the 13th time this season the Hoyas hit the canvas, losing to St. John’s 59-56 in overtime Tuesday night, and there’s no doubt that Georgetown is now knocked out of any at-large discussion for the NCAA Tournament.
A crowded bar scene of patrons letting their hair down with friends and co-workers seems to be the norm at Siné Irish Pub and Restaurant — where the food’s just as first-rate as the inviting atmosphere.
The portal is about to open on a season dear to the Gaelic and Celtic folk of Ireland and Scotland and, indeed, their millions of descendants all over the U.S.
thingstododc.com’s Pre-St. Patricks Day Drafts and Darts, Sunday, March 16 from 4 – 6 p.m. at Ireland’s Four Fields, Washington, DC
Leaving Old Town Fairfax and entering a scene straight from the streets of Dublin, The Auld Shebeen offers a relaxed pub atmosphere ideal for anyone looking for traditional Irish dining paired with a low key, yet fully stocked bar. Located on the corner of Chain Bridge Road and North Street, […]
For Vienna-based blues musician Cathy Ponton King, music runs in her blood. Growing up in an Irish-American household in Hyattsville, Md., singing was just part of the tradition. Her grandmother Margaret Coakley, who established the Irish American Club of Washington, would hold house parties where members would take turns singing […]
26th Annual Alexandria St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Saturday, March 3 in Old Town Alexandria
The first track sounds like the Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel. The third track is modern radio pop, the sixth tune is a country song and the 10th reminds of rhythm and blues. The vast gamut of sounds (you can find an Irish ballad and some Spanish-sounding strings) found on […]