May 22, 2014

How Irish-Themed Pubs Conquered the World

Jon Kelly, BBC News

The Associated Press

Over the past two decades Irish pubs have proliferated around the planet. Now there are warnings their growth is being halted. How did the Gaelic-themed drinking establishment take over the world?

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