NEW YORK -- March has roared in like a lion with St. Patrick’s celebrations all around the town, and in several other towns as well. While we have attended a panel discussion at Pace University on the peace process in Northern Ireland, a reception at the Irish consulate, and the first night of New York University’s GRIAN conference, of note tonight is “When New York Was Irish” with Peter Quinn and Pete Hamill at the Cole Auditorium at the Greenwich Library, 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT. The Wild Geese sponsors; for information call (203) 322-2225 in Stamford. There is a slight charge for the lecture, but we’re sure it’s worth your while if you’re in the neighborhood; Quinn and Hamill are two of New York’s greatest seanachies. Off to today’s session of the GRIAN conference; pictures tonight!
– Patricia Jameson-Sammartano, WGT Culture Editor