Good morning, it’s Tuesday, March 17,
Brush up on the real St. Patrick here.
And if you seek authenticity, don’t forget to eat your parsnips!
Maybe you can find some at local Albuquerque restaurants that are celebrating Restaurant Week?
Meanwhile, the New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade is, for the first time, allowing an LGBT group to march. That’s right, one LGBT group is allowed to march, and it happens to be made up of employees of NBC, the network that threatened to boycott coverage of the parade if they didn’t.
Finally, dentists are excited about the holiday because so many people get into bar fights that result in the loss of teeth. So support your local dental clinic and mouth off to a drunken leprechaun tonight!
Belen police chief: "It always raises a red flag for us when we see a sex offender trying to get into the girls bathroom."
Some APD officers make more than the mayor.
Have you seen this missing girl?
JFK mistress speaks out in book form.
15.5 pound baby born in China.
Mickey D's minty green Shamrock Shake goes nationwide.
R.I.P. Florence Green, the last WWI
Can porn be copyrighted?
A website in Iceland helps residents avoid accidental incest.
Maps of stereotypes.
Some yoga is dangerous, but it's mostly awesome, says some guy in his new book.
Real Irish Shamrocks in short supply this year.
Woman sentenced to nine years after killing a friend in a DWI accident.
UN asks Native Americans from all over the country whether the United States is fulfilling its obligations to tribes.
30 years ago, New Mexico decided anyone sentenced to life in prison would be eligible for parole after 30 years.
A handful of state Dems put Barela stickers over Heinrich's name on ballots at the pre-primary nominating convention. Barela's a Republican.
Pakistan charges five Americans with terrorism.
Kucinich changed his mind. He'll vote yes on health care.
Oprah has to attend a defamation case this month regarding the sex-abuse scandal at her South African girls' school.
Jobs bill passes Congress.
First Lady tells food giants to stop making junk and marketing junk to kids.
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