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10 highlights and lowlights of the 125th Rose Parade on Jan. 1

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All a matter of opinion, of course, but in the spirit of all the New Year’s lists coming out, your Tournament of Roses Examiner wants to share the best and biggest and most exciting moments of the 125th Rose Parade, which took place on Jan. 1, 2015.

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Flip through the attached list and add your own comments by visiting All Things Rose Parade on Facebook.

What was your favorite float? Which did you like the least? Do you have a favorite band or equestrian unit? What did you think of the award-winners, and those who didn’t win? Here are my “entries.”

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