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Friday, June 29, 2018

Yo, Check Out This Photo of Adam Sandler's Wedding Crashing T-shirt

Posted By on Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 2:10 PM

A photo by Mlle Sana Photography caused a stir yesterday, earning a lot of media coverage: It showed comedian and actor Adam Sandler crashing a wedding in downtown Montreal recently.

But check out his shirt, though. He's down with Ram ball.

Makes sense considering Sandler just performed in Richmond on April 20. He must've left town with some serious local swag.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Art180 Places Local Art on GRTC Buses

Social media contest seeks to raise awareness of these artists.

Posted By on Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 1:00 PM

So you're out there enjoying your free ride on GRTC this week -- why don't you also help out a local arts non-profit celebrate its 20th anniversary while you're at it?

All it takes is a snap and a post.

Art180 is featuring art on all the buses from the generous artists who work with young people at their nonprofit, in hopes of celebrating all they do. So take a photo of the art when you see it on your bus and post it to social media with the hashtag #IRideWithART180. Do that and you'll be automatically entered in a drawing for a chance to win:

1st place: VMFA Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Family Membership

2nd place: $100 gift card to Max's on Broad

3rd place: 5 pounds of coffee beans from Black Hand Coffee Company, in bags featuring art by 5 of our program leaders

Among the local artists featured are names such as Heidi Trepanier, Hamilton Glass, Mickael Broth, Diego Sanchez, S. Ross Browne, and many more. You can see the full list at the link below.

The winners will be announced on Aug. 17, and as Art180 reminds us, don't forget the more pieces of art you spot, the more chances you have to win. Visit art180.org/takesthebus to learn more.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Parents Give $10,000 to Kick Off WCVE NPR Fund in Honor of Former Journalist

One day fund drive will be held June 26.

Posted By on Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 10:20 AM

Sarah Portlock Fellman was making strides in journalism.

The local Collegiate alumnus and Columbia School of Journalism graduate had been working at The Wall Street Journal when she suddenly passed last year during a recovery from a brain aneurysm she suffered while seven months pregnant. Her daughter, Aviva Portlock Fellman, survived and is a healthy one-year-old today.

On June 26, WCVE NPR will celebrate Fellman's life by raising funds for internships in her memory. Fellman's parents, Nancy Raybin and Bill Portlock, are giving a gift of $10,000 in her honor to kick off the day-long effort. A release from the station noted that her parents felt that their daughter listening to WCVE NPR while growing up inspired her to become a journalist.

Fellman's parents, Nancy Raybin and Bill Portlock, are honoring their daughter's life with a $10,000 challenge donation
  • Fellman's parents, Nancy Raybin and Bill Portlock, are honoring their daughter's life with a $10,000 challenge donation

You can go here to donate to the cause.

The station recently doubled its news/talk and music programming, creating the need for new talent. Its website lists how the funds will help, including engaging more students from local colleges, and helping the radio news team better understand how to serve younger listeners.

"The funds raised will help us support our already successful internship program that has been a significant asset to our news operation and provided valuable, real-life experience to students developing their news-gathering skills," says Bill Miller, vice-president and general manager for Radio, Community Idea Stations. "Interns have represented our station in the community by recording events and press conferences to provide sound for later broadcasts. They have bolstered our digital presence by gathering material for online stories. Without them, there would have been many stories over the years that our news department was unable to cover and unable to bring to our community."

Monday, June 18, 2018

1708 Gallery Names New Royall Family Curator

Posted By on Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 10:35 AM

A recent press release notes that 1708 Gallery has named Park Christopher Myers as the Royall Family Curator. This three-year position, supported by Pam and Bill Royall, with foundational assistance from CultureWorks, "reflects the gallery’s aim to expand its programming, to forge stronger relationships with artists, to invest more intentionally in artists’ development, and to thoughtfully engage our diverse audiences," according to the release.

Executive Director Emily Smith said in a statement that "Myers’ contributions will extend beyond the exhibitions and programs that he presents through 1708. He will be an advocate for and ally of emerging artists and also established artists working in an emerging way. We are thrilled to welcome him to our team."

"As 1708 Gallery approaches its 40th Anniversary I am excited to tap in to the long history of artists and supporters," Myers said in the release. "In addition, I look forward to broadening the scope at 1708 both in exhibitions and public programming. I aim to bring a dynamic, multidisciplinary, and inclusive approach to each aspect of this position, and to dive in to the vibrant contemporary art community of Richmond and 1708 Gallery."

Here's a little more on Myers' background:

Park Myers is a curator from Houston, TX, formerly based in New York City. He studied Film and Video at the Maryland Institute College of Art and holds an M.A. from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. He has organized exhibitions and worked on projects in many places, among them Actual Size, LA, Komplot, Brussels, the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, Steamboat, CO, the Hessel Museum of Art in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, and the Copenhagen Art Festival. Publications include The Cure, published by Komplot, and Dear Helen published by CCS Bard. He is a co-founder of aCCeSsions an online journal for exploration in interdisciplinary curatorial practice. Myers’ current research directions involve embodied cognition, complex systems, non-traditional forms of exhibition contextualization, and the interaction of these fields of study with contemporary art.

Friday, June 15, 2018

PICK: Brunswick CD Release Party at the Camel, Saturday, May 16

Posted By on Fri, Jun 15, 2018 at 9:00 AM

With overlapping members and a beefed-up sax section, Brunswick is a bit like NoBS! Brass’ big little brother. Over the past half-decade, the band has built a following with a book of music featuring brassy covers of songs from the likes of Daft Punk and Frank Ocean. Perhaps sensitive to licensing costs, their new CD, “Five Years, is exclusively originals composed by trombonist/bandleader John Hulley. The multi-leveled architecture of the melodies shines clearly through on the recording. But you would have to play it lease-breaking loud to capture the sonic power of the band live. To do an A-B comparison, attend the release party at the Camel this Saturday. The all-ages show starts at 8PM. Chance Fischer and CGI Jesus open. Admission is $5.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Watch the Trailer for "The Yellow Birds" Based on Chesterfield Native's Powerful War Novel

Posted By on Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 12:30 PM

The trailer for the film version of "The Yellow Birds" is out. The movie is based on the highly acclaimed war novel by VCU grad and Chesterfield native, Kevin Powers, which was a finalist for the National Book Award.

Directed by Alexandre Moors, the film stars Alden Ehrenreich, Tye Sheridan, Toni Collette, Jason Patric and Jennifer Aniston. Reviews have been mixed; it opened in limited release and video on demand this week. But the New York Times did make it a critic's pick, see their review here.

We recently spoke to Powers, who now lives in Austin, when he was in town promoting his new book, "A Shout in the Ruins," which is set in his hometown.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Video: Check out the latest from Angelica Garcia

Garcia and Lobo Marino perform this Thursday at Valentine's Music in the Garden; plus a cool show at Black Iris.

Posted By on Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 1:50 PM

One of the most naturally gifted musicians on the local scene, Angelica Garcia has released a new video, done by veteran videographer Nate Griffith.

The festive song, "Karma the Knife," shows off Garcia's genre-bending skills and her obvious vocal talents and lyric-writing chops. Just from this one song, it's clear that she's willing to experiment with various styles and that she could go in damn near any direction she pleases in the future. Also, this young woman may have the sweetest collection of boots in town. My god.

You might recall from previous media coverage that Garcia, a California native, scored a Warner Brothers deal for her first, well-received album. Or that her stepdad, who was a music manager associated with Los Lobos and Dwight Yoakam, taught her all about good musical influences at an early age -- and it definitely shows. Here's an article the New York Times did on her back in 2016.

If you'd like to check out this gem of a performer live, you can catch Angelica Garcia and the great duo Lobo Marino performing at the Valentine's 2018 Music in the Garden series on Thursday, June 14 from 6 to 8 p.m.

According to a press release from the Valentine, "Music in the Garden is a free, family-friendly concert series that pairs musicians of different genres and encourages diverse audiences to come together in the beautiful Valentine Garden. Admission to the garden and the Valentine Museum are both free during the event. Wine and local beer will be on sale and Garnett's at the Valentine will be open. Note: The final entry in the series on Thursday, June 21 will include performances by Dave Watkins and the Prabir Mehta Trio.

Also that night, Black Iris is hosting a cool show with State Champ (solo) from Kentucky and Pirahna Rama, an awesome band of local music studs that has included Garcia in recent shows. Here's what Style contributor James Toth (Wooden Wand) had to say on Black Iris' page about that show:

Spend some time in Louisville, Kentucky and you will find it is one of the most unassumingly strange places in America. The ratio of grown folks to millennials in attendance at any rock gig seems roughly 3:1. Such events take place in places like caves and chicken coops, among other nontraditional venues. Hip, transgressive people don't seem to outgrow hip, transgressive things here; no one seems very eager to settle for a life less weird.

Singer and head honcho Ryan Davis is a sharp, astute lyricist, the kind of songwriter who probably gets tired of people asking him why he doesn't try his hand at short story writing. Indeed, Fantasy Error's depictions of postmasters and county coroners, Dickensian drinkers and "teardrop pushers" are as vivid as they are familiar, sung with the conviction of a Drag City-damaged Chris Knight.

That show runs from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Eric B. and Rakim, Gladys Knight and the O'Jays on Richmond Jazz Fest Lineup

Posted By on Thu, May 24, 2018 at 5:45 PM

“If you’re over 30, you’re going to love this year’s lineup,” promises Ken Johnson, CEO of JMI, formerly Johnson, Inc., and curator of the Richmond Jazz Festival. The wide-ranging roster for the Festivals ninth edition, held Aug. 9 through 12 at Maymont, was revealed today at River City Roll, the Scott's Addition upscale bowling alley.

Retro-heavy headliners include '60s R&B legends Gladys Knight and the O’Jays, '70s funk futurists George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, and '90s rap pioneers Erik B and Rakim and Warren G. UK blue-eyed soul singer (and royal wedding attendee) Joss Stone may be just 31, but even her career stretches back to 2003. Additional youthful counterweight is provided by 2015 Monk Competition Jazzmeia Horn and Richmond’s own Butcher Brown, just featured as one of five bands to watch in Ebony magazine.

The annual multiday event at Maymont is 2018’s Style Weekly readers’ choice for Best Festival for good reason. There are three stages spread across the sylvan grounds, an artist “meet and greet” tent, an expansive vendor section, and an always-popular wine tasting area.

Musically, there is literally something for everyone. Some of the best and most interesting acts are found further down the list. Dee Dee Bridgewater put on a memorable set a few years back, and South Africa’s Ladysmith Black Mambazo is always amazingly high-energy live.

The complete lineup:

Gladys Knight

The O’Jays

Jazzmeia Horn

Joss Stone

Kurt Elling

Nicholas Payton

Dee Dee Bridgewater and the Memphis Soulphony

Deva Mahal

George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic

Butcher Brown

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Red Baraat

Warren G

Christian Sands

Butterscotch

Erik B and Rakim

Euge Groove

The City

Nelson Rangel & Steve Oliver

Tony! Tony! Toné!

Brian McKnight

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Twenty-One African-American Physicians Recognized on Bon Secours Legacy Wall

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2018 at 2:45 PM

On May 11, Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital revealed a newly created Legacy Wall of outdoor art made by local muralist Hamilton Glass and alumni from the non-profit Art 180.

The murals recognize 21 notable African-American physicians who worked at Richmond Community Hospital.

Richmond Community Hospital dates back to the early 1900s and is credited with "descending from the first African-American patient care facility in Virginia," according to a press release.

You can visit the wall outside the Bon Secours Sarah Garland Jones Center located at 2600 Nine Mile Rd.

If you want to know more about these community heroes featured on the wall, a recent press release from Bon Secours had more bio information. Read on.

Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital: Twenty Physicians Biographies

1. Walton Belle: General Surgeon

Dr. Walton Belle received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University before enlisting in the U.S. Army in the early 1950s. He returned to attend Meharry Medical College, where he completed his medical degree and General Surgery training. Dr. Belle served as both Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Richmond Community Hospital. He contributed funds to cover the initial operating budget of the new hospital building within the Church Hill district. Once construction was complete, Dr. Belle’s knowledge of Public Health Services was instrumental in setting up the new facility.

2. Lillie Bennett: Pediatrics

Dr. Lillie Bennett is a native Richmonder and leading Pediatrician in Richmond. She completed her undergraduate degree at Virginia Union University and her medical degree at Meharry Medical College. She finished her residency in Pediatrics at Harlem Hospital. She was part of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital when a new, more advanced, facility was being proposed. Although the plans did not include an Obstetrics or Pediatrics ward, Dr. Bennett’s belief in supporting the community and its Black physicians was so strong, she contributed funds to make this facility a reality.

3. Elwood Boone: Urology

Dr. Elwood Boone completed his undergraduate degree at Colgate University and, with his brother Lewis, attended Meharry College of Medicine, where he graduated with his medical degree. Moving to the Medical College of Virginia (MCV), Dr. Boone trained in both Urology and Surgery. Dr. Boone was part of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital when construction of a new facility in the Church Hill district was being discussed. He supported that decision, citing the need for an updated facility where Black physicians could practice first-class medicine, work with their colleagues on a daily basis, and stand as a source of pride for the community.

4. Lewis Boone: Ob-Gyn

Dr. Lewis Boone earned his medical degree, along with his brother Elwood, from Meharry College of Medicine. He then went to the Medical College of Virginia (MCV), where he specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He later joined the staff at Richmond Community Hospital. Though plans for the new hospital facility did not include an Obstetrics ward, a Gynecology department was proposed to take care of local women’s needs. Dr. Boone financial contribution to the new building helped cover a shortage in its initial operating budget.

5. Theodore R. Coots Brown: Family Practice

Dr. Theodore Coots Brown earned his undergraduate degree at Virginia Union University and later moved to Howard University’s College of Medicine to complete his medical degree. Dr. Brown donated not only his expertise, but financial resources towards the construction of the new hospital facility, ensuring its continuing legacy within the community.

6. James Campbell: Radiologist

Originally from Guyama, South America, Dr. James Campbell moved to the United States to complete his undergraduate degree at Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL. He received his medical degree at Howard University’s College of Medicine. He continued his medical training at Nassau County Medical Center. Both Dr. Campbell and his wife, Dr. Joyce Whitaker, contributed funds to support the new building project, thereby ensuring its continuing presence within the community.

7. Wesley Carter: Psychiatry

Dr. Wesley Carter was born at Richmond Community Hospital. He earned his undergraduate degree at Virginia Union University and his medical degree at the Medical College of Virginia (MCV). While practicing in Richmond, he joined the Richmond Medical Society, serving as its president for four years. Dr. Carter was enthusiastic about the plan to build a new facility for Richmond Community Hospital and provided a portion of the support needed to keep the project alive.

8. Harry Crawford: General Surgery

Dr. Harry Crawford earned his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University before attending Meharry Medical School and Howard University’s School of Medicine, training as a General Surgeon. Being such an ardent advocate of the community, Dr. Crawford contributed funds to help cover the shortage in the initial operating budget helping make Richmond Community Hospital’s new Church Hill facility a reality.

9. Halstead Howell: General Surgery

Dr. Halstead Howell earned his undergraduate degree at Oakwood University and received his medical degree from Howard University’s College of Medicine. He joined the staff at Richmond Community Hospital and served on many committees in Bon Secours Richmond Health System. Until his retirement, Dr. Howell taught as a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University (formerly MCV). He pledged his financial support to assist with the initial operating costs for the new facility in Church Hill.

10. John Howlette: Optometry

Dr. John Howlette received his undergraduate degree at Virginia Union University and studied for his medical degree at Howard University’s College of Medicine. He completed his training with a residency in Optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry. Dr. Howlette was the first African-American optometrist in Richmond, establishing his practice in the Jackson Ward district in 1952.

11. Reginald Jackson: Radiologist

Dr. Reginald Jackson’s family has a long history in Richmond’s medical community; his father, Dr. Isaiah Jackson, was one of the original founders of Richmond Community Hospital; and his son, Dr. Richard Jackson, is part of the current medical staff. Dr. Reginald Jackson received his medical degree from Howard University’s College of Medicine and RCH Physicians and specialized in Radiology at Homer G. Philips Hospital. He later became Chief of the Radiology department at Richmond Community Hospital. Dr. Reginald Jakcson is recognized as one of the leading proponents of the proposal to construct a new facility for Richmond Community Hospital at its current Church Hill location.

12. Wiley and Bernice Latham: Gastroenterology and Family Practice

Drs. Wiley and Bernice Latham met while studying for their medical degree at Meharry Medical College. They interned at the Medical College of Virginia (MCV), where he studied Internal Medicine and she focused on Family Practice. They completed their residencies at Howard University’s College of Medicine, where Wiley finished his fellowship in Gastroenterology. Dr. Wiley Latham became the first African-American gastroenterologist practicing in Richmond. Both doctors were part of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital when they learned of the proposal for a new hospital. They contributed funds when the project’s initial operating budget came up short.

13. Frank Royal: Family Practitioner

Dr. Frank Royal trained as a Family Practitioner at Meharry Medical College. An eloquent speaker, Dr. Royal convinced the members of the Hospital Corporation of American (HCA) that a new facility was needed in Richmond’s East End. Even after the completion of Richmond Community Hospital’s new building, Dr. Royal partnered with Dr. Walton Belle to create an ICU department for the facility. He also encouraged the hospital’s eventual partnership with the Bon Secours Health System in 1995.

14. Harry Royal: Ob-Gyn

Dr. Harry Royal entered Meharry Medical College two years before his twin brother, Frank. Dr. Royal also attended Temple University to specialize in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He was a member of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital when the new hospital facility in the Church Hill district was proposed. Dr. Royal contributed funds to help cover the initial operating costs for the new facility.

15. Lindley Smith: Ophthalmology

Dr. Lindley Smith received his undergraduate degree from Long Island University. He attended Meharry Medical College and graduated with his medical degree. He later trained in Ophthalmology at Letterman Army Medical Center. Dr. Smith remembers moving to Richmond at a time when there were no Black Ophthalmologists practicing in the city and felt that the Black community needed a representative in that discipline. He respects Richmond Community Hospital for its age, its history, and its tradition of caring for those less fortunate, and felt honored to carry on the legacy of that institution.

16. Charles Sutton: Family Practice

Dr. Charles Sutton received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University and earned his medical degree at Howard University’s College of Medicine; his internship and residency were spent at the District of Columbia General Hospital, where Dr. Sutton specialized in Family Practice. He served on the medical staff of many hospitals within the area, including Richmond Community Hospital. Dr. Sutton believed in the importance of having medical institutions owned and controlled by the community, as this would assure the RCH Physicians highest standards of health care for Black patients. When informed that the original bank loan would not cover the initial operating costs of the new building for Richmond Community Hospital, Dr. Sutton guaranteed to cover any outstanding gaps within the budget.

17. Valvin Sutton: Internal Medicine

Dr. Valvin Sutton received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University and completed his medical degree at Howard University’s College of Medicine. He remained at Howard to finish his residency in Internal Medicine. Dr. Valvin Sutton established his practice within the same office building as his uncle, Dr. Charles Sutton and became a member of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital. He said his motivation for supporting the new building project for Richmond Community Hospital was to follow his uncle’s lead. He understood the necessity of having community-owned institutions to assure the highest standards of medical healthcare within the Black community.

18. William Thornton: Podiatry

Dr. William Thornton received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University and completed his medical degree and residency at the Ohio College of Podiatry. He was co- chair of the Legislative Committee of the Richmond Medical Society, as well as president of the Podiatry Society of Virginia. He contributed funds to Richmond Community Hospital’s new building project because he believed the community would be strengthened by having an outstanding hospital facility supported by a professional medical staff.

19. Joyce Whitaker: Pediatrics

Dr. Joyce Whitaker earned her undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University and received her medical degree from Howard University’s College of Medicine. Dr. Whitaker completed her internship and residency at the Nassau County Medical Center. Both Drs. Whitaker and her husband, Dr. James Campbell were part of the medical staff at Richmond Community Hospital when the proposed new building’s budget fell short. Dr. Whitaker felt motivated to support the project financially in part because she had been born, reared, and educated within the Church Hill district.

20. Everett White: Family Practitioner

Dr. Everett White received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University and completed his medical degree at Howard University’s College of Medicine. Dr. White opened a private practice in Richmond, specializing in Family Practice. His commitment to the community endured throughout his career; he served as President of the Richmond Medical Society, Secretary of the medical staff of Richmond Community Hospital, and as member of both the Richmond Tuberculosis Association and the Richmond Infantile Paralysis Association. Dr. White contributed funds to help cover the outstanding balance of funds needed for the creation of Richmond Community Hospital’s new facility.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Ziggy Marley and Steel Pulse Performing at Innsbrook in September

Posted By on Mon, May 21, 2018 at 11:30 AM

Ziggy Marley, son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley, and the Birmingham, England reggae group Steel Pulse will be performing at Innsbrook After Hours on Sept. 12.

Tickets go on sale Thursday, May 24 and there is a special early bird general admission price of $12 for one week only.

This is the 33rd season for Innsbrook after Hours, and other shows this summer include: X Ambassadors and Fitz and the Tantrums June 8, Hank Williams, Jr. on June 9, the XL102 Big Field Day June 23, Ludacris (June 30), the K95 CountryFest July 6 and 7, Chris Young (July 20), Dark Star Orchestra (Aug. 16), ZZ Top (Aug. 22) and Kool & The Gang (Aug. 23).

Here's more info from the press release on Ziggy Marley:

Eight-time Grammy award winning musician and reggae icon Ziggy Marley released his seventh full-length solo studio album, "Rebellion Rises," last week (on May 18). Fully written, recorded and produced by Marley, this passionate and indelible new collection of music encourages people to stand together in activism and love. Emmy winner, humanitarian, singer, songwriter and producer, Ziggy Marley has released thirteen albums to much critical acclaim ...

Marley’s early immersion in music came at age ten when he sat in on recording sessions with his father, Bob Marley. As front man to Ziggy Marley and The Melody Makers, the group released eight best-selling albums that garnered three Grammys, with such chart-topping hits as "Look Who’s Dancing," "Tomorrow People" and "Tumbling Down." Ziggy's first solo album, Dragonfly (RCA Records), was released in 2003. His second solo release, Love is My Religion (Tuff Gong Worldwide), won a Grammy in 2006 for “Best Reggae Album.” His third solo album, Family Time (Tuff Gong Worldwide), scored him a 5th Grammy award for “Best Children’s Album.” In 2011, Ziggy released his critically acclaimed 4th studio album Wild And Free, which earned him a Grammy nomination, as well as his first ever comic book entitled MARIJUANAMAN. Ziggy Marley Organics, a GMO-free product line including flavored coconut oils and hemp seed snacks, was started in 2012. His 2012 live album “Ziggy Marley In Concert,” earned him his 6th Grammy award for “Best Reggae Album.” To coincide with the release of “Fly Rasta” in 2014, Ziggy put out his debut children’s book “I Love You Too,” a multicultural picture book based on one of Ziggy’s most beloved songs of the same title from his Grammy Award-winning album “Family Time,” which explores a child’s relationship with parents, nature and the unstoppable force of love.

More info: Gates open at 5:00 PM; showtime is 6:00 PM. All events are rain or shine. No refunds. Innsbrook After Hours is located at the SERVPRO of Richmond Pavilion, 4901 Lake Brook Dr. Glen Allen, VA.

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