It’s a Ya Jagoff! Christmas at the Riverplex at Sandcastle for the 28th Annual Irish Festival. Not just because the jagoff pair can celebrate their own Irish roots, but celebrate the highly anticipated festival that includes geneology, Celtic axe throwing, traditional Irish entrees and non-stop powerhouse Celtic music. But wait… the PG’s Tony Norman chose to hang out with us too!
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Total Sports Enterprises is revving up for Steeler season with a black and gold signing before each home game.Expect one of your favorite black and gold grid iron greats at the Mall at Robinson on multiple Saturdays.Visit TSEshop.com for details.Plus, catch TSE Rivers Casino for tailgates that include unique merchandise, giveaways and maybe even a visit from one of our athletes. Be sure to check out TSE where every day is game day.
Question of the Day
Irish word you mispronounce? If not Irish any word you avoid in fear of saying incorrectly.
6:39: Tony Norman
Tony talks about the Post Gazette’s Pittsburgh influence and the importance of the tangible newspaper. We also discuss the changes Pittsburgh has gone through over the past few years, even the dahntahn street naming using landmarks….which was an enigma to this Philly native.
30:30: Mairin Petrone
Our hostess! Mairin explains that the mass production of rain is simply depicting a true scene from Ireland where it rains often! She also discusses what tradition and customs at the Pittsburgh Irish Festival bring to the Irish community and other cultures for that matter in Pittsburgh.
37:15: Sean Stayduhar, Pittsburgh Pucas:
Sean talks hurling, the national sport of Ireland, and shows and tells the ball that sometimes soars through the air at the rate of a hockey puck.Oh, and he is recruiting!
47:30: Elizabeth Kaminski
Festival Manager for KingView Mead, Wine, Cider. Liz talks about the origins of KingView Mead and how mead differs from other typical alcohols. We also talk about the special Irish Festival mead and KingView’s top sellers which we HAD to try to concur. Oh, and we did!