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Great day for the Irish

Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News

Bathed in sunshine: The Lackawanna St. Patrick's Day Parade gets under way Thursday at Our Lady of Victory Basilica on Ridge Road.

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Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News

Parade fans: Above, children from OLV Elementary School watch the Lackawanna parade. At right, Katie Paterson, 5, of Niagara Falls, toots her horn at the parade in the Falls.

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Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News

Not exactly a marathon: The Ancient Order of Hibernians in Niagara Falls holds what is billed as the world's shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade. It stretched a half-block from Old Falls Street to the entrance of Conference Center Niagara Falls on First Street, where the party that was held lasted much longer.

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Charles Lewis/Buffalo News

Check it out: Tatiana Brown, 4, gets a lift Thursday from Sandy Bernstein while checking out the car of Darrell Wallace Jr., NASCAR rookie of the year for 2010, outside St. Luke's Mission of Mercy School on Walden Avenue in Buffalo. Wallace, 17, visited with the youngsters and signed autographs.

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Derek Gee/Buffalo News

Shooting history: Dan Wildman, left, host of a new Travel Channel series, tours the historic Adams Power Plant in Niagara Falls with owner Peter Fontanarosa while recording Wednesday afternoon. Story and additional photos on Page B1.

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