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Where to Watch the Fireworks Tonight in Los Angeles County
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Remember it's illegal (not to mention annoying and kind of stupid) to light your own fireworks in Los Angeles, but if you want to see pretty sparkles in the sky and some serious flag waving, here are the public and professional fireworks shows happening when the sun goes down on this Fourth of July. Some even have stuff to hang around and do before the pyrotechnics, too.
Have fun, and be safe!
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