Metro on College Avenue displays green State Patty’s day shirts outside their store on Saturday, March 1, 2014. A poster in the window read “Official State Patty’s Day Headquarters.” Downtown bars and distributors were closed in an attempt to stop the student created drinking holiday.
Metro on College Avenue displays green State Patty’s day shirts outside their store on Saturday, March 1, 2014. A poster in the window read “Official State Patty’s Day Headquarters.” Downtown bars and distributors were closed in an attempt to stop the student created drinking holiday. CDT photo
Metro on College Avenue displays green State Patty’s day shirts outside their store on Saturday, March 1, 2014. A poster in the window read “Official State Patty’s Day Headquarters.” Downtown bars and distributors were closed in an attempt to stop the student created drinking holiday. CDT photo

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