With July 4th coming up, a lot of us are getting in the patriotic spirit with firework GIFs and festive food. But you know what? Celebrating 'merica doesn't only have to happen once every July. These people are showing off their patriotism year round!
If "lighting off fireworks" means using bottle-rockets, mortars, roman candles, Black Cats, fountains and the like, than the short answer is "nowhere."
According to Colorado law the only fireworks allowed for personal use in the state cannot explode, nor can they leave the ground and fly through the air. Firecrackers, rockets of any kind, and mortars are also illegal everywhere in Colorado. On top of that, many cities in the counties in the state have even more strict rules, some going so far as to ban all fireworks.
Here are the best places we've found where you'll be able to see professional fireworks displays on Independence Day (July 4th, 2013). The holiday falls on a Thursday this year and there should be plenty of fireworks to enjoy in Northern Colorado.
American popular music has been around since before America even declared its independence. 'Yankee Doodle,' anyone? That classic was sung by Colonial American soldiers as early as the French and Indian War.
Here’s a list of 10 to add to your Fourth of July playlist:
Fox has begun slot-calling their summer schedule for the next two years, which makes them conservative compared to Marvel and Sony. 'Independence Day 2' has officially been dated for July 3, 2015, among other changes and updates to their schedule.
Holidays always seem like a good excuse for dog owners to dress up their pets, and Independence Day is no exception. So, I took to Flickr to find some adorable dog pictures for your Fourth Of July.
Check them out below.