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Midway
The midway is the place to be for carnival games, fattening food, and mini roller coasters. (File photo/Tom Herde/Globe Staff) File photo/Tom Herde/Globe Staff

Fair game

City slickers, beware. Livestock, fried foods, candied apples, and truck pulls are coming soon to a fairground near you.

By Meg Muckenhoupt
Globe Correspondent / August 9, 2007

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Admit it: You get a kick out of eating fried dough, riding tilt-a-whirls, and looking at absolutely fabulous chickens. It's county fair season, a time to stroll around gawking at all manner of animals, vegetables, and minerals -- or sit on a grandstand watching gigantic trucks smash one another at the demolition derby. Whether you prefer to linger at a ... (Full article: 1166 words)

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