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While many cities have a ban on the sale and use on fireworks for personal use. Many local fire departments and city officials are asking people who can legally use fireworks to be as safe as possible to avoid third degree burns and structural damage to properties. Since most cities offer large displays at local…

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The AJC Peachtree Road Race featured 60,000 runners that hit the streets of Atlanta, with thousands more cheering them on from the sidelines during the 10K race, an Independence Day tradition that’s billed as the largest road race in the U.S. Some runners, including Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, found the weather refreshing. “It ended up…

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After the cookout is over, grab your smartphone, iPod or tablet and pass some time with one of these fun apps all themed around the 4th of July holiday. Some of your already favorites like solitaire and slots are included but with a patriotic touch. Click here to check out some fun 4th of July apps.

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Today, we celebrate Independence Day. On July 4, 1776, our Founding Fathers, signed the Declaration of Independence, birthing the United States of America into existence. While many take this time to celebrate by remembering our Founding Fathers, hosting barbecue parties or road trips, here at RollingOut, we are breaking down a variety of film that…

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Everyone is getting their outfits and attire ready for the cookouts, parades and festivals to celebrate a day of Independence. Nail polish plays such a major role in he fashion industry and having the right colors and designs will complete your ensemble. Whether its flags, stars or fireworks that you love, these designs are cute…

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4th of July dessert recipes   While hot dogs and hamburgers are noted for being traditional 4th of July delicacies, a number of people will whip up decadent desserts for the holiday. Independence Day is often commemorated with patriotic dishes that incorporate red, white and blue food dye as well as jello, whipped cream, strawberries and blueberries.…

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Parades and festivals are a big park of Independence Day celebrations here in the U.S. However, the parades listed here are unlike any other. In some cities these are major productions. They draw crowds of at least 50,000 with over 100 entries per parade. If you happen to be in one of these cities, head…

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Around the world, after all the cookouts and parades, millions will gather to watch some of the most spectacular firework displays. Celebrate our country’s Independence Day in one of these cities to witness one the most beautiful and unforgettable patriotic celebrations in the U.S. Check out our Top 5 picks here.

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What you see is what you get. At least, that was the overwhelming sentiment in the aftermath of rolling out’s exclusive photo shoot and interview with Angela Simmons. Poised beyond her years, Simmons walked into our Manhattan photo studio, and immediately made herself at home, both literally and emotionally, with the staff. She kicked off her shoes, popped open her laptop, vibed to our Pandora playlist, and cracked jokes like we had all been friends for years.

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Who doesn’t love a holiday sale? With the summer being halfway over and some states only having about four weeks left before kids go back to school, some major retailers are offering huge sales to get rid of spring and summer merchandise to make room for the new fall lines. Check out which retailers are…

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