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Guest Host: Jennice Fuentes
For many Washington area residents, the Fourth of July is about more than just celebrating our nation’s independence — it’s also about celebrating a chance to get out of town for a few days. But this year, the high costs of traveling are grounding many of us at home for the holiday. We’ll discuss local destinations and events that can make the holiday more exciting or relaxing for those who stay home this year, as well as ways to avoid the throngs of people descending on the area’s most popular sites.
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