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  • October 14, 2016 Terry Kast

    Jack O'Lanterns

    As the days grow shorter and the air turns crisp and the leaves start to show their gorgeous autumn colors, pumpkins ripen, and start showing up everywhere and in everything from coffee to air freshener. Pumpkins are native to America,...

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  • May 24, 2016 Teresa Kastens

    Men in Kilts are Everywhere!

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you will have noticed that kilts are everywhere this year and more specifically, (Huzzah!) men in kilts. From the pages of Vogue to the Paris runways, kilts have been haute couture for well over a...

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  • March 14, 2016 Terry Kast

    St. Patrick's Day In Ireland

    The biggest St. Patrick's day celebrations in the world take place, naturally, in Ireland. Throughout the country there are festivals to celebrate the beloved Saint Patrick. In many areas of Ireland, there are street markets, parades, music, and other entertainment....

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  • November 27, 2015 Terry Kast

    Keeping Warm the Irish Way

    Carraig donn Ladies Car coat Sweater[/caption] Ireland’s ancient Brehon Law allocated just 17 sticks of wood per adult for keeping warm. Considering the very cold, very wet, very windy climate, 17 sticks seems a bit stingy. But trees are not aplenty...

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