Question 31 // What’s it like to grow up in Northern Ireland? (feat. Paul Crilly)

Paul Crilly owns one of my favorite Irish pubs in Minneapolis, Morrissey’s. If you know me, you know I love Ireland and Irish culture. I set out to have a fun conversation about St. Patrick’s Day and ended up having a far deeper convo than I was expecting. What’s it REALLY like to grow up in Northern Ireland during “The Troubles”? What’s it like to move to America when you’re 19? And what make’s Irish Pubs so much more inviting than your typical bar? 

Recording Location: Morrissey’s Irish Pub, Minneapolis, MN

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