Boston’s Greek Independence Day Parade

  Our first Greek Independence Day Parade in Boston was filled with an abundance of floats, festivities and great vibes. Every year Greek churches and organizations from across New England come together to parade through the heart of town, with traditional dancing, music and Greek food in Boston Common afterwards. There were Greek goddesses, traditional…

Italian Feasts in Boston’s North End

Boston is one of the greatest cities in the United States. One of its most exciting towns is the North End. Home to Paul Revere’s House, it’s one of the oldest Boston neighborhoods. Little Italy is a culinary experience. It’s the neighborhood where thousands of Italian immigrants inhabited over 100 years ago when the previous…

Tall Ships in Dublin 2012

This past weekend, Dublin’s Liffy river and docklands were overrun with tall ships and spectators. It was a festival atmosphere as an estimated 500,000 people visited on Saturday alone to see some magnificent ships, listen to live music, ride carnival rides, shop and eat just about anything their heart desired to celebrate tall ships Dublin…