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St. Patrick's Day Parade in North Little Rock

May 16, 2013

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Brian Chilson checked out the St. Patrick's Day Parade through North Little Rock, happily held on sunny Saturday the 16th instead of dreary Sunday the 17th.

At least the real St. Pat's Day smells good — making brisket and Irish soda bread at the Peacock house.

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