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In the print edition of the Irish Echo…March 21 – 27, 2007.

February 17, 2011

By Staff Reporter

EchoStyle: Spring awakening — This season is awash with bright, bold color By Ailbhe Jordon Ask Molly: By Molly Orla’s Diary: Spring showers By Orla Maguire New York Insider: The essential guide to the world’s favorite city By Eileen Murphy The Buzz: Find out what’s happening before it happens By Eileen Murphy EchoHealth: IBS – more common than you think! By Dr. Ciar_n O. Grant An Tiogar Ceilteach (A single girl’s adventures in Manhattan) By Elaine Ni Bhraonain New & Noteworthy: All the gossip to get you through the week By Eileen Murphy Ceol: Shine on — Solas give a spirited effort in Tarrytown By Earle Hitchner Hibernian Chronicle: Black and Tans arrive (87 years ago) By Edward T. O’Donnell Echo Listings: Tristate events; National events What’s New: books, music, DVDs, poetry Photos from New York and Boston By Ray Lennon and Sandie McDade-Allen

SportsWeek: So close – Ireland thrash Italy, but narrowly miss out on title By Mark Jones Sports Desk: Dublin’s young hurlers shock Galway By Sean Creedon Soccer Scene: Hoops, Gunners lose on Euro rebound By Joe Behan Civics lesson — Hard work off the field might pay off on the pitch By Dave Hannigan Last chance for Euro ’08 By Jay Mwamba Golf Round-up: Smyth’s mixed birdie feelings By John Manley NYGAA’s winter football shuffle By Peter Nolan

Echo Careers: New York is calling By Kate Hickey Echo Real Estate: Construction keeps market afloat By Kate Hickey BMS pulls out $33bn By Diarmaid Pleimionn

MTA says Irish not the focus of St. Patrick’s booze ban By Ailbhe Jordan Getting their Irish up By Juliet Gash Next stop Hollywood? Trio passes judgment on 10 wannabe Idols By Ailbhe Jordan The parade, flaps and all, gets through its big day By Ray O’Hanlon Dublin parades draw multicultural elements By Diarmaid Pleimionn Son’s trip to make call ‘unnecessary’: says Zaitschek By Anne Cadwallader Murders linked to dissident feuding By Anne Cadwallader DUP divided as deadline nears By Anne Cadwallader News Briefs: Hibernian leader Gilligan dead at 57 By Ray O’Hanlon Pile on the value added, says Foley By Ray O’Hanlon Inside File: The wind that shakes Walter Reed By Ray O’Hanlon U.S. Visa Q & A: Crimes that some back to haunt you By Liam Boyle and Eileen McCabe Readers’ letters

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