Editor's Note: A very unpredictable St. Patrick’s Day

Editor's Note: A very unpredictable St. Patrick’s Day

As I write this, all systems are go for Savannah's annual, world-famous St. Patrick's Day celebrations. By the time you read this, of course, it's possible that some or all of that will have changed.

Starland Yard hosts St. Paddy’s parties south of downtown

If you’re looking for some St. Paddy’s Day fun outside the sea of green downtown, head to Starland Yard for some low-key fun

A look inside Savannah’s service industry—and how the big party doesn’t always serve them

This is the local service industry's Christmas
THERE ARE so many people who make St. Patrick’s Day a reality for thousands of revelers. For every beer you drink, a bartender pours it, and a bar manager stocked it, and a bar owner paid for it.

In For A Penny: Final Shows @The Rail Pub / The Sand Bar

Savannah’s own Celtic punk rockers In For A Penny are hanging it up after several years of leading the Irish-American charge in our city

O’Connell’s: ‘This is for Savannah. This is for us.’

Tradition and culture are the focus at Savannah’s last remaining Irish pub
'It would be easy to walk away and let hotels take over downtown. But as long as I can, I’m not gonna let that happen'

A history of Savannah’s biggest parade

Irish culture in Savannah dates back to when General James Oglethorpe first founded the colony of Georgia

St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival canceled, but Savannah is "open for business," Mayor says

WHILE downtown Savannah will be "open for business" this St. Patrick's weekend, in the words of Mayor Van Johnson, the world-famous parade has been canceled, along with the City's "official" celebration the weekend prior.

St. Patrick’s Day shuttles cancelled, but CAT services are free Saturday and Tuesday

Chatham Area Transit says it "will no longer be providing shuttle services to downtown on St. Patrick’s Day as a result of the decision to cancel the parade and to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)." However, CAT will provide free rides on Saturday, March 14 & Tuesday, March 17.

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