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What would St. Patrick’s Day be without a tribute to the top sites that celebrate the holiday? This year’s selection includes …- http://www.historychannel.com/exhibits/stpatricksday/index.jspBrought to you by The History Channel, the site includes the history of Ireland as well as the holiday, Irish destinations and an All Things Irish quiz. You can even watch a video to find out the truth about the Irish saint.- http://www.luminarium.org/mythology/ireland

For a very complete site of Irish literature, mythology, folklore and drama, visit this collection of links to complete information. The sources are wide-ranging!- http://www.ceolas.org/ceolas.htmlInterested in Irish music? Visit Ceolas, which houses the largest online collection of information on Celtic music, and has links to hundreds of related sites. – http://www.liveireland.com/live.shtmlHere’s a thought, why not fill the house with live music tonight. This site brings you streaming audio of traditional Irish and Celtic music as well as contemporary groups – and it is broadcast live from Dublin! The live webcams are particularly fun to watch as the celebrations unfold in Ireland.

http://www.amazingmoms.com/htm/holiday_pat.htmFor some clever crafts for kids, visit this site. Included are a Shamrock Pin, a Leprechaun Trap and our personal favorite, green drink recipes! – http://www.kidsdomain.com/games/patrick.htmlKids Domain offers some great, safe online games for kids.- http://www.irishgaelictranslator.com

Impress your friends with some St. Patrick’s Day sayings in Gaelic. This is a great site for learning the fundamentals of the language and features “human written Irish translations.”- http://www.capnwacky.com/stpatsAnd for some truly wacky humor, a favorite from last year’s column is Cap’n Wacky’s Boatload of Blarney. You’ll find the Gallery of Unfortunate St. Patrick’s Day Cards, the Leprechaun Hall of Shame and wacky Traditional Irish Blessings. Don’t forget to send your favorite sites to clickandhack@friscocomputerstore.com.


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