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Fourth of July dazzles

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    Veterans including Louis Balasanos, above, rode in the annual Independence Day parade in Kailua yesterday.
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    Fireworks illuminated the sky over Maunalua Bay on Sunday.
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    At right, 8-year-old Mahea Iverson, left, smiled while holding a sparkler during Fourth of July festivities at Maunalua Bay.
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    Fireworks exploded over Magic Island as spectators watched from Ala Moana Beach Park on Sunday.
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    Tyler Meredith, left, and her sister, Tyrae, waited for the 64th Annual Kailua Independence Day Parade to start yesterday with Braven Hopkins and Jordy Smith, right. The parade was sponsored by the Kailua Chamber of Commerce and featured 500 marchers, 70 vehicles, 15 floats and five bands.
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    Darrell Large, dressed as Uncle Sam, offered a salute as he paraded down Kainalu Avenue in Kailua yesterday.
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    Gevanna Lewis strutted down Kainalu Avenue yesterday during the Kailua parade.
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    Hokulani marched with his owner, Norman Dung, during the Kailua parade yesterday.
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