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Queens goes POP! for the Fourth

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The Independence Day celebration rolls across the borough from Bayside to Long Island City, stopping in the parks — like Forest Park here — for picnics, then at Louis Armstrong’s house — now a museum in Corona — for Pop’s annual birthday bash, through Astoria Park and ends after dark under the landmark Pepsi sign for Macy’s fireworks on the East River./ Photos by Steve Malecki and Michael Shain

Updated 5:59 pm, July 5, 2016
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