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July 1, 2014 3:06 PM

Let’s light this candle: Kansas City area explodes with fun on Independence Day

The traditional way to celebrate on Independence Day is to take in a fireworks display, and you can do that at dozens of venues throughout the area. Most rural towns and many suburban cities have their own displays. In addition to fireworks, music will fill the air, parades will fill the streets and food will fill the stomachs.

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