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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - William Bulifant
The head of Dominion Fireworks will oversee 68 workers putting on nearly 20 shows across the area on Thursday — with more powerful explosives, more illustrative displays and more sophisticated triggers than he had back in the day.
Dominion Fireworks owner William Bulifant explains different fireworks grades.
Business has "grown leaps and bounds," he says. "I do still get excited. It's very cool."