Downtown residents and businesses are being asked to leave their lights on Friday night to coincide with the Red Friday celebration, marking the start of the Chiefs’ season.
Downtown residents and businesses are being asked to leave their lights on Friday night to coincide with the Red Friday celebration, marking the start of the Chiefs’ season. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Downtown residents and businesses are being asked to leave their lights on Friday night to coincide with the Red Friday celebration, marking the start of the Chiefs’ season. File photo by Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Leave lights on downtown for Red Friday celebration

September 03, 2014 4:23 PM

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