Of course we tip hats to all things Irish today. According to historychannel.com, here are descriptions of three famous Irishmen. Can you name them?
The answers are listed at the bottom of this column.
Stories of the Great Depression will be shared at a meeting of the Monroe Historical Society at 7 p.m. Thursday at 118 S. Lewis St., Monroe.
Their aerial acrobatics may not be as precise as the Blue Angels, but they definitely outnumber the human pilots. Snow geese, whose flocks reach in the thousands of birds and populate the fields around Stanwood and southwestern Skagit County, are getting ready to head north, and are busy doing high-flying formations before they leave the area. The birds typically depart in late March or early April.
The famous Irishmen are Jonathan Swift, James Joyce and George Bernard Shaw.
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