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Out & About - July 7, 2014

Families braved the rain for outdoor Fourth of July celebrations. Plus photos from other events around town including the Mint Museum's Bearing Witness celebration and the annual Women Who Lead Luncheon. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL COSTON) (Click on thumbnails to view larger photos)
Jon Strayhorn, Stephen Graddick IV and Eboni Wallace Lewis pose on the other side of the camera while exhibiting their work at the Mint Museum Randolph on June 29. Their photographs are part of the Bearing Witness exhibit.(DANIEL COSTON)
Sharon Kimbrough and Kennedy Parker enjoyed the Kannapolis Fourth of July celebration, held July 2 at Village Park in Kannapolis. (DANIEL COSTON)
Kids and adults braved the rain to celebrate Independence Day in Rock Hill on on July 3. (DANIEL COSTON)
Maria Howell packed the Bechtler Museum for two nights of jazz last weekend. (DANIEL COSTON)
Tyrone Jefferson blowing the trombone for GTownsound during the Independence Day celebration in Rock Hill on July 3. (DANIEL COSTON)
Singer Shirley Caesar and actress Lynn Whitfield at the 2014 Women Who Lead luncheon, held  June 28 at the Westin. The annual benefit for the United Negro College Foundation honored Caesar with a lifetime achievement award. (DANIEL COSTON)

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