Boston got its Irish on Sunday at the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade after public officials traded light-hearted barbs at the St. Patrick's Day Breakfast.
Revelers took to the streets for the parade in the city's most Irish neighborhood, South Boston.
The parade, presented by necn, started on West Broadway at 1 p.m. and lasted until 3 p.m. It is organized by the Allied War Veterans' Council of South Boston, and is listed as the second largest in the country, drawing between 600,000 and 1 million people each year.
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Earlier in the day, city and state politicians tested their comedy chops at the annual St. Patrick's Day Breakfast, also brought to you by necn.
You can find some of the best moments here:
- Watch lawmakers whip, now watch them nae nae
- Linda Dorcena Forry says Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh are "cute"
- Gov. Baker brings out dirty laundry to knock embattled Sen. Brian Joyce
- Mayor Walsh learns to laugh at himself, hangs out with Beyonce and Bruno Mars
- Attendees take a moment of silence for late state trooper Thomas Clardy
- House Speker Robert DeLeo goes to Colorado, gets the munchies and spaces on the breakfast
- Rep. Stephen Lynch makes fun of Mayor Walsh's small hands
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren hits two birds with one stone, making cracks about Donald Trump and Scott Brown
- Senate President Stan Rosenberg calls Boston the "Irish capital of America"