Monday, April 21, 2014
A concert featuring Leo Moran and Anto Thistlewaite, Irish muscians formerly with the Waterboys and Saw Doctors.
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 17, 2014
A blow by blow account of the "Pittsburgh Donnybrook" event hosted by the Grand Hall at the Priory Hotel, featuring 11 bouts between Irish and Pittsburgh area fighters. It was the Priory's first time hosting a boxing event, with some 700 guests in attendance.
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