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Yep, literally. Today, the color green isn't a symbol of the environment, it's a celebration of St. Patrick's Day!
iReporters from all over are partying it up and showing off how their cities are commemorating the day. MrIsaacs documented Chicago's annual tradition: Dying the Chicago River a shocking shade of kelly green. sjunat55 sent photos and video from the Irish Arts Center in New York, where Irish music and dance took center stage. And JaneyBracken, our trusty Second Life iReporter, got shots of the colorful in-world celebrations, including a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
Are you heading out in an outrageous green hat and "kiss me, I'm Irish" button today? Will you attend cultural or religious events? We'd love to see how you're celebrating.
Here's a peek at how New York City celebrated St. Patrick's Day! http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-421277
I am going to dye myself green and run down the street naked screaming, I'm drunk and Irish!
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how on earth did the river go green ?