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"Dublin Pub" (March 17, 2024)

The Dublin Pub
The Dublin Pub

Shep is invited to "breakfast" at a true Irish pub.

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day in New York. In this program from March 17, 1972; Shep compares the celebration in the Big Apple to the low-key events in Dublin.

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