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In this March 16, 2013 photo, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny speaks in New York. Kenny has signaled that he will use the meeting, scheduled for Thursday, March 16, 2017, one day before St. Patrick's Day, to talk about Brexit and Trump's immigration policies. Kenny, who labelled Trump

In this March 16, 2013 photo, Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny speaks in New York. Kenny has signaled that he will use the meeting, scheduled for Thursday, March 16, 2017, one day before St. Patrick's Day, to talk about Brexit and Trump's immigration policies. Kenny, who labelled Trump "dangerous" during the campaign, has said it is important to keep the standing date, which some critics have suggested he should cancel. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Irish leader's White House visit has serious undertones

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON -- While shamrocks and smiles typically define the Irish prime minister's traditional St. Patrick's Day visit to the White House, with President Donald Trump the celebration could turn more serious. Taioseach Enda Kenny has signaled that he will use the meeting —scheduled on Thursda ...

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Lake Area Ballet Theatre Spring Gala: Performance will celebrate talents of over 50 local dancers

The Lake Area Ballet Theatre’s second Spring Gala is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at the Lake Charles Civic Center’s Rosa Hart Theatre and will ...

Wild Beast Feast: Symphony fundraiser chefs cooking up some down-home goodness

Whet your appetites and get ready for the Lake Charles Symphony’s 17th annual Wild Beast Feast fundraiser on Saturday, March 25 in the courtyard ...

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Maplewood Discount: Home of the Stuffed Burgers

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Butterfly release to benefit Harbor Foundation

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