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For the past 118 years, thousands flood the streets of South Boston for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. On Sunday, associate metro editor Isabel Fenoglio attended the parade for her first time, got lost for a few hours, and in the process thinks she finally understands what St. Patrick’s Day is all about.
After defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in a tough five-game World Series matchup, the Red Sox returned home to a parade fit for one of the greatest teams in all of baseball. Duck Boats followed the parade route to the rhythm of the Dropkick Murphys.
The streets of South Boston were filled with people decked out in the colors of Ireland’s flag for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Floats and marching bands were in full force to proceed along a shortened parade route.
Last Sunday, Bostonians decked out in green and gold flooded the streets uniting at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade as musicians and performers marched down G street.
Despite the dreary weather, Patriots fans filled the streets of downtown Boston for the Super Bowl LI victory parade, some even arriving hours before the parade officially began at 11 a.m. this morning.
LGBTQ organizers discuss their initial experiences in the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday afternoon.