This weekend's Greenville Ave -- ahem, Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival -- is supposed to be more "family friendly" than years past. It sounds ominous but, as we were assured in January, is more of a marketing thing than an effort to keep keep people from getting wildly, embarrassingly dr ... More >>
Tell that quivering liver of yours to relax: The Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Parade marches on -- thanks to a guy who knows a little something about spring parades.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has cut a $40,000 check to the Greenville Avenue Area Business Association to save the parade, whil ... More >>
At the end of the week Joe shot up the flare: The Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Parade is in danger of getting adiosed, unless the Greenville Avenue Area Business Association can raise $40,000 to cover the ever-escalating costs of the event. Since then a few fundraising sites have popped up ... More >>
About 34 seconds after we reported Friday evening that the Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day parade was on life support, reader Julie C left the first of 93 comments, and she spoke for plenty of those who followed: "NO NO NO! I live for this every year!"
As the news spread, livers across the cit ... More >>
So here's some potentially lousy news: The Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Parade, that beloved march of green-tinted debauchery that's been blowing down Greenville since 1979, appears to be on its deathbed.
The concert at the parade route's end will play on, headlined by Ryan Bingham. The par ... More >>
Service Bar's Neil Ludwig is one leader of the new Lowest Lower Greenville Avenue Business Association.In the last few weeks, before and after the early July 4 pepper-balling incident on Lower Greenville, we've had many late-night, mostly curbside conversations with folks who manage, ow ... More >>