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Going Green: Chicago River Officially Dyed for St. Patrick’s Day

**Source: nbcchicago.com

Mar 17, 2018 8:21 AM - 4 months, 5 days, 26 minutes, 6 seconds ago

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Get ready to go green Chicago! Well, for St, Patrick's Day, that is. For the past 65 years, the city has kicked off the St. Patrick’s Day Parade celebration by dyeing the Chicago River green -- and this year, it's no different. Except for one thing....

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