Feeling a little lucky? Celebrate St. Patty's Day all weekend around Chicago. From movies to performances and parades, you can find your own pot of gold.
At the movies:
Harrison Ford, Ashley Judd, and Ray Liotta star in "Crossing Over," a film about immigrants trying to achieve legal status in the U.S.
Documentary maker and Decatur native Jake Rademacher sets out to understand what his two brothers are experiencing in Iraq in "Brothers at War."
There are thrills and chills in the horror remake "The Last House on the Left."
A teen wakes from a four-year coma to find that his sweetheart is a new hot pin up in "Miss March."
Dwayne Johnson plays a cab driver who transports an extraterrestrial pair in "Race to Witch Mountain."
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Hawthorne Race Course all season long in Stickney.
Comedian Russell Peters brings the laughs to Chicago Improv all weekend.
Academy Award-winning actor Chaz Palminteri writes and stars in "A Bronx Tale" which hits the stage at the Oriental Theater this weekend.
Catch the Broadway musical comedy "Hairspray" Saturday only at the Center for Performing Arts in University Park.
The Tony Award winning musical "Mary Poppins" is now playing at the Cadillac Palace Theatre.
Watch the Chicago River turn green in honor of St. Patrick's Day Saturday morning...
Then head down to Balbo and Columbus for the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade.
On Saturday night, the sounds of Ireland take over the House of Blues with Gaelic Storm.
And on Sunday, check out the South Side's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Have a great weekend!