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A Lexington Independence Day

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An all-encompassing look at what the 4th of July in Lexington is really like…

Starting at 7:30 a.m. with the Bluegrass 10,000, Independence Day in Lexington was underway. There were winners, losers, and those who just had fun. People milled in the streets afterward, eating, talking, and sometimes even dancing. Floats went by in the afternoon, and spirits were high. The night closed with a concert and a colorful fireworks display. MORE BLUEGRASS 10,000 PHOTOS.

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