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  • A true embodiment of the Irish term "Craic," meaning "fun and abandonment," the March 12-14th festival will feature the latest, cutting edge Irish cinema, music, and of course, liquid merriment.

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  • a return to the emigration which used to be as much a part of the Irish experience as Gaelic games, a Catholic upbringing, or a reputation for the "Craic".

    Over 100,000 Irish workers expected to leave country before 2012

  • 'Craic' is the word for 'great fun' in Irish, and we have lots of great 'Craic' going on backstage. "

    The Daily Iowan - Online Edition

  • "We have raffles, and we get some donations, such as from the Shamrock Traditional Irish Music Society in Fairfield, Conn., who helped pay for 'Craic in the Catskills,' a two-CD album of live performances from last year's CIAW that we're selling this year to offset expenses and raise revenue."

    The Green Hills of the Catskills

  • The band was called "Celtic Craic" and they kept everyone entertained until late in the evening.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Craic is perhaps best translated into English as "Gem├╝tlichkeit."

    In Search of the Classic Irish Pub

  • The company's website refers to the ambiance as Craic, which apparently "means a fun, warm, friendly environment."

    Business, Law, Economics & Society

  • It's the final day, which means the Elders will close the main stage, explosively, followed by the Mighty Craic, or the multiband jam. at Starlight Theatre: A dream lineup for those who like their adult rock and soulful pop creamy and homogenized.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • It's the final day, which means the Elders will close the main stage, explosively, followed by the Mighty Craic, or the multiband jam.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • One of the best sellers is What's The Craic, Barack?''

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