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St. Patrick’s Day celebrated in many ways

Dressed as a Leprechaun, Gary Robusto of Guilderland high fives a spectator at the 63rd Annual Albany St. Patrick's Day Parade along State Street Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Dressed as a Leprechaun, Gary Robusto of Guilderland high fives a spectator at the 63rd Annual Albany St. Patrick's Day Parade along State Street Saturday.
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Pub crawls in honor of St. Patrick’s Day need to be special. It’s not just about going to a lot of spots, drinking heavily or getting together with an obscenely large group. It’s about tradition, old friends, an unspoken code and knowing how to make an entrance. A bagpiper helps. For the busload of about 60 hitting bars from Glens Falls to Saratoga Springs on Saturday, the group had a bagpiper announcing their arrival and ...


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