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Taste of Hope Festival Coming to New York

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The American Cancer Society is reprising their tasty event to raise funds for a worthy cause

The 9th Annual Taste of Hope will feature celebrity chefs raising money to help eliminate cancer.

Thursday, May 1, 800 New York diners will unite to celebrate tastes from some of the city’s most discerning chefs while helping support more birthdays in America.

Now in its 9th Year, American Cancer Society's Taste of Hope will take place at 82 Mercer in Soho, a large event hall with plenty of room for mingling and munching. This year's event will honor celebrity chef Elizabeth Falkner (formerly at New York's Corvo Bianco) for her dedication to the fight against cancer-- she will be first female honoree at the annual event. The acknowledgement has gone to Marc Murphy, Todd English and Eric Levine in past years. Chefs Marc Murphy, Chris Santos, George Mendes, and Francois Payard will also be in attendance this year.

At Taste of Hope, guests are invited to sample bites provided by some of New York’s hottest restaurants including The Meatball Shop, Bodega Negra at Dream Downtown, Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya, Recette, Benoit, Aldea, BLT Fish, Serendipity 3, Luke’s Lobster, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Smith, and many more.

A culinary themed silent auction will also help raise funds for American Cancer Society to support their mission in eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Prizes will include dinners for two, Broadway tickets, and travel packages. In the past, Taste of Hope has raised over $175,000 and this year the event hopes to exceed their $200,000 goal.

VIP Admission start at 6:30PM, with General Admission at 7:30 p.m. For more information about the event and to purchase tickets, visit www.tasteofhopenyc.org.

If you cannot attend the event, you can donate a gift to the American Cancer Society.


The 7th Annual World Science Festival Returns Tomorrow!

Have neuroscientists solved addiction? How can a particle be in two places at the same time? How fast does a balloon pop? If you’ve ever asked yourself these and many other challenging questions, you’ve stumbled upon the perfect place to find your answers!

The 7 th annual World Science Festival has hit New York City and is calling all young innovators, scientists-in-the-making, and families to celebrate the wonders of science in unique and thrilling ways.

From May 28 th to June 1 st , the Science Festival Foundation invites you to participate in a variety of events held all around the city, including discourses, debates, theatrical presentations and exhibitions that bring the leading scientists of the world closer to the broader and eager to know public. The festival is the nation’s most anticipated science event and is brought together with the mission of cultivating a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonders, and prepared to engage with it and use it wisely in the future.

“There’s no experience more thrilling than having kids and adults learn about a great scientific discovery,” said World Science Festival co-founder Brian Greene. “In the process they gain access to a whole new universe of ideas and possibilities.”

One of the main events include Alan Alda’s theatrical reading, Dear Albert, which digs deep into the life and works of one of history’s brilliant minds, Albert Einstein. The stage reading features film and theater star, Paul Rudd performing as Albert Einstein, along with TV actress Cynthia Nixon, and theater performance Francesca Faridany, as the women in Einstein’s life. Online tickets have sold out, but more will be available at the box office in the NYU Skirball Center of the Performing Arts .

In addition, the winners of this year’s Kavli Prizes will be announced, an award that recognizes the most outstanding scientists in the fields of astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience. The winners, which will receive a prize of $1 million, a gold medal and a scroll per field, will be announced via live webcast from the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters in Oslo.

These are just two of the exciting events the Festival has prepared for the curious thinkers out there. For more information and a full schedule featuring what is happening and where, visit worldsciencefestival.com and plan your thrilling week ahead!

Here is a video to give you a taste of what you’ll find at this year’s Festival!


Mashed yam (oto) with eggs and scotch bonnet salsa

Most “classic” versions of oto use yam, but it can also be made with mashed ripe plantain. Here is one of my many takes on the dish to celebrate August’s coming New Yam Festival.

Prep 30 min
Cook 45 min
Serves 4

For the oto
1 medium yam (about 900g – I used puna yam)
1 tbsp brown sugar
25g unsalted butter
4 tbsp red palm oil
(substitute with 1 tbsp turmeric, for colour and earthiness, but it’s no like-for-like swap)
1 tbsp cornflour
1 tbsp fresh thyme leaves
(or 2 tbsp dried thyme)
2 garlic cloves, minced
2 spring onions, trimmed and finely chopped
3½ tbsp rapeseed oil, plus extra for frying

For the salsa
½ medium red onion, peeled and finely diced
4 spring onions, sliced on the angle
6-8 ripe plum or cherry vine tomatoes, diced
1 garlic clove, peeled and minced with a pinch of salt
½ red scotch bonnet, deseeded
5-6 tbsp roughly chopped coriander
20ml extra virgin olive oil
¾ tbsp grains of paradise
(or coarse ground black pepper)

To serve
4-6 soft-boiled eggs, peeled and quartered
1 avocado, stoned, peeled and sliced
50-75g roasted nuts of your choice – I roast my own groundnuts and cashews in suya spice
Flaky sea salt
Fresh coriander or parsley leaves
Sliced chilli

For the oto, bring a large pan of salted water to a boil. Fill a bowl with cold water – this is for the yam once cut and peeled, to prevent oxidisation. Slice the yam into 1cm discs, then use a paring knife to peel off the thick bark. Dice the flesh into evenly sized cubes, and put in the bowl of water while you prepare the rest. Once all the yam is cut, drain and add it to the pan of now-boiling water. Add the brown sugar, then leave to simmer for 20-30 minutes, until soft to a fork. Don’t let the yam overcook, or it will be too mushy to shape later.

While the yam cooks, mix all the salsa ingredients together in a bowl.

Drain the yam, then mash with the butter while it’s still steaming. Working quickly now, gradually fold in the palm oil and stir in so the mix is evenly golden throughout. Next, sieve in half the cornflour and mix again, then fold in the thyme, garlic and spring onions. Keep mashing until the mixture has a smooth consistency and an even colour.

Leave to cool a little, then divide into eight to 12 even portions (80-100g each). Mould into patties, then dust each patty on both sides with the remaining cornflour. If you like, you can chill them now for cooking later – this will also help the patties bind.

Heat a drizzle of oil in a frying pan over a medium heat. Cook the patties in batches for four to five minutes each side, until crisp and golden. Keep warm while you cook the rest.

Serve with soft-boiled eggs, sliced avocado, a sprinkle of crushed nuts, salt, and a few coriander or parsley leaves and sliced chilli.


OC Restaurant Week returns March 7 - 13, 2021. Bigger and Better than ever!

So now, let's celebrate and live life! Taste, Explore & Enjoy. Dine out or takeout during OC Restaurant Week.

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Outlander Actor Sam Heughan Is Launching a Whisky Brand

It'll pair perfectly with your next Outlander viewing party.

Outlander fans have something new to toast. Actor Sam Heughan, who stars as Jamie Fraser in the popular time-travel drama, just launched a whisky brand called "The Sassenach."

"We are excited to announce that The Sassenach Whisky will be available to order in select states in the US on March 2nd! We are counting the days," reads a recent Instagram post from the brand, which also sends people to sassenachspirits.com for more information.

Per the website, the blend is now available to order in California, Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas, with more states coming soon.

The whisky is part of Heughan's new business, Great Glen Company, and in an interview with the Scotch Malt Whisky Society published last year, he spoke of his dream to create his own spirit.

"I set up the Great Glen Company to produce products that I believe in, using my heritage and passion as inspiration," he said. "We are currently working on my brand of whisky with our first announcement soon. First stop is obviously the lifelong dream of having my own dram."

Heughan's foray into the beverage space has been in the works for several months now, and he has been sharing a behind-the-scenes look at whole the process on social media. He first announces his new venture back in August when he posted a logo on his Instagram account.

The caption teased that the blend was already distilling: "Unique. @sassenachspirits Distilling now in Scotland. Drop by drop."

In his stories, he also added "Can't wait for you to try this. "

In May, he teased the first photoshoot for the brand on social media.

And in June, he posted a photo of several whiskies on his Instagram account, writing, "When setting out on an adventure, the journey always comes to an end. The perfect Whisky blend is almost there. "

Heughan has been keeping quite busy lately.

In addition to working on Sassenach whisky, he's launching a podcast-turned-TV series with actor Graham McTavish called Clan Lands, which will focus on the history, culture, and landscape of Scotland.

Of course, he has also been filming season five of Outlander, which premiered in February. Watch a sneak peek of what's to come there, below:


7 Civic Projects That Might Be Coming to New York City

Coming to New York City. The city is always changing. One thing that stays the same is the exciting new civic projects engineers bring to the public every couple of years. These projects usually start in the depths of a dreamer’s heart, before a plan is forged, and often visualized with the help of a small team. Some plans are submitted to design contests, and often, even if they make it to a finalist round, actualization is no guarantee.

The following is a collection of projects we’ve heard about through the grapevine — can you guess which ones have been approved?

A Floating Pool in the East River — + Pool

“New York is an incredible place to live. You can do almost anything here. Anything, except swim in the river.”

Pronounced “Plus Pool.” Shaped like a plus, named after a plus, the whole thing sounds like a plus to us. The best part of the plan is that it will use filtered water from the East River, and then recycle it back out. You may have heard of this, or donated to its Kickstarter page a few years back and wondered what ever happened to it, or if it’s even happening. Well, what do you think?

Status: Oh, it’s happening. This lil’ crowdsourced gem is set to hit the streets as soon as it gets the funding. As for right now, the only hard date we have is this pool party.

But That’s Not the Only Thing That Might Be Floating in the East River — Underwater Aquarium “Aquatrium”

Inspired by a clam shell, the aquatrium is a perfect mix of experience and exhibit. The best part — at night the underwater aquarium would turn into a planetarium. How. Cool.

Status: This one isn’t confirmed yet. But we hope to see it on the list, as it looks like a great addition.

The World’s First Underground Park — The Lowline

Speaking of underground. You’ve heard of the High-Line, the park built onto an above-ground. This is the opposite. You with us?

NYC is at it again with the repurposing of old train stations. Imagine a beautiful low-lit garden, with just enough light filtering through the fake tree tops to keep the plants below happy.

Status: Confirmed and coming soon.

A No-Car Broadway — The Green Line

Replacing 2.5 miles of traffic with a public park down Broadway sounds like a great idea to us. We hope they add a bike lane — how much safer would it be to travel the city if 2.5 miles of bike lanes were redirected away from cars? We also hope they replace Times Square with a water fountain and lots of rocks to climb.

What about emergencies? Emergency vehicles would still be able to use the park — but only emergency vehicles. AND, there’s the added benefit that city groundwater would return to cleaner days, making a healthier habitat for animals in the Hudson and East rivers.

Status: Not confirmed. Just an idea. An expensive one at that. Probably not happening any time soon.

Free WiFi and Charging Stations for All! — Link NYC

The word on the street is that the city is replacing hundreds of old phone booths with internet hotspots. Pretty awesome, right? Now, add that with this WiFi sharing tool that gives you free wifi passwords and hotspots all across the city and you’re going to have no trouble at all getting to the www. Stay connected, NYC!

Status: It’s already happening. PS You have to watch this video: Ding Ringer

The Windier City

The largest offshore wind farm ever might be coming to NYC, and is expected to be one of the key components of Gov. Cuomo’s plan to make 50% of NYC’s energy renewable by a set date.

Status: This project in particular should be in full swing by 2022. The future… is now.

In Case You Missed It, An Ice Cream Museum

This doesn’t entirely fit on the list, we admit. But we simply couldn’t leave it out.

Status: A pop-up shop is already up at 100 Gansevoort Street.

And While We’re Waiting…

If you’re stoked about all of these public spaces coming to NYC but have the patience of a 4-year old child in a nail saloon, there’s hope in POPS. What are POPS. you might ask? Privately-Owned Public Spaces, AKA the skyscraper developer’s ticket to build. There is an agreement between developers and the city to provide POPS in order to relax certain restrictions set for building. Believe it or not, there are over 500 of these such spaces currently in the city, albeit some are certainly better-designed than others. Check out this nifty POPS tool that gives you the addresses of the entire collection.


HISTORY OF SUPPORT

The National Baking Company is known for always lending support both locally and in the markets in which they serve. As such, donations of pre-packaged staples such as hard-dough bread, buns, bullas, and crackers were readily received.

Export Manager of the National Baking Company Sonja McGregor stated that when the consulate reached out, there was no hesitation on the company’s part as to whether it would support.

“Whether at home or abroad, National will always show up for our people, especially as they go through trying times. Jamaicans can always rest assured that we are standing with them.”


Food Network Star Nancy Fuller Coming to New York Kitchen

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. Sept. 12, 2019 — Celebrity chef and Food Network star Nancy Fuller is coming to the New York Kitchen Sept. 27-29 for a weekend of interactive demonstrations, a VIP cocktail hour and dinner event, and meet-and-greet book signings of her cookbook, �rmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family.” 

Registration is open for a chance to meet and cook with the famed chef, author, farmer and judge for Food Network’s hit series “Holiday Baking Championship” and “Spring Baking Championship,” and host of the seven-season in-kitchen show Farmhouse Rules.” 

“We’re thrilled to partner with celebrity chef and Food Network star Nancy Fuller,” said Bethany DiSanto, General Manager, New York Kitchen. “Her spirit and essence of what she brings to the food and agriculture industry, coupled with her love and ‘respect for the natural, organic relationship of the land, the farmer and the food’ truly aligns with our passion to educate, engage and excite our visitors. It’s going to be an incredibly special weekend.”

The festivities for fans and food lovers kicks off Friday, Sept. 27, with a FREE live cooking demonstration and book purchase and autograph opportunity at the Finger Lakes Welcome Center in Geneva, New York. A series of live cooking demonstrations, hands-on cooking classes, and VIP cocktail hour and dinner will be held throughout Saturday, Sept. 28 and Sunday, Sept. 29 at New York Kitchen. Tickets for the events range from $50 to $150 (hands-on cooking classes include a signed copy of Fuller’s cookbook).

“I’m an Upstate New York girl, born and raised on a dairy farm where farm-to-table wasn’t a movement, it was a way of life,” said Celebrity Chef, Nancy Fuller. “I’m excited to come to the Finger Lakes region where there’s a shared passion and respect for the natural, organic relationship of the land, farmer, and the food.”

Fuller will recreate delicious dishes from her cookbook, �rmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family,” for fans and food lovers to see and sample. Attendees will cook side-by-side with Fuller in the hands-on classes as she skillfully prepares some of her favorite dishes. Recipes will use locally sourced seasonal ingredients, which is important to Fuller who is an advocate for the region’s hardworking farmers and has promoted farm-to-table as a way of life since before it was a movement.

For more information and tickets to see celebrity chef and Food Network star Nancy Fuller, visit nykitchen.com. Seating is limited for all events.

About New York Kitchen

New York Kitchen is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization located in the heart of the Finger Lakes, founded in June 2006 by Constellation Brands, Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the New York Wine and Grape Foundation. Since its beginning, New York Kitchen has welcomed over 800,000 guests to experience craft beverage tastings, cooking classes, farm-to-restaurant dining and much more. At least 80 percent of all food and supplies at New York Kitchen is sourced from New York State vendors. New York Kitchen is proudly supported by I Love New York and Taste NY. New York Kitchen is located at 800 South Main Street, Canandaigua, N.Y. For more information, visit www.nykitchen.com.

About Nancy Fuller

Born on a dairy farm in upstate New York, Nancy’s childhood instilled in her a love and respect for food, farmers, and the land where it’s grown. After completing her education and in the throes of raising her farm family, Nancy purchased a 1950’s motel and added a restaurant, which eventually led to a successful 25-year career as a caterer. She honed her cooking style and developed her skills feeding a family of eight, three times a day, seven days a week.

Nancy hosted an in-kitchen show called Farmhouse Rules on Food Network.  Across seven seasons, Farmhouse Rules has inspired millions of viewers with Nancy’s mission to put the family back at the dinner table. Nancy’s natural charisma on camera has quickly established her as a Food Network staple and the recipes, food, friends, and family on her show embody her philosophy of feeding others with simple delicious meals from the heart.


Harry Potter fans will soon have a new place to shop for everything wizarding. Warner Bros. has announced the creation of a new flagship store to open later this year in New York City. The store is the first "official" Harry Potter flagship location and will offer over 20,000 square feet of Harry Potter retail products. Harry Potter New York will be located next to the Flatiron building on Broadway in New York City.

The three-story flagship location will have hundreds of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts items, including store-exclusive products.

"This will be the largest dedicated Harry Potter store in the world and will become a must-visit fan destination where Harry Potter enthusiasts can engage with interactive experiences and numerous photo opportunities as they step into the magic,” said Sarah Roots, SVP Worldwide Tours and Retail, Warner Bros.

Fans can buy a variety of branded products, like personalized wizard robes, flavor beans, and brand new, never-seen-before magic wands. No word if Butter Beer will be on tap. Harry Potter fans can currently purchase items online at HarryPotterShop.com, at stores in theme parks, and from various department and big-box retailers. The new store promises to be the ultimate shopping destination for Potter fans.

Harry Potter Flagship Store, courtesy Warner Bros.

Harry Potter and the Wizarding World are based on the popular series of books written by J.K. Rowling. The first novel in the series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, was written in 1997 and is still consistently on the New York Times Best Seller’s List. The book series has spawned several movies as well as Wizarding World attractions at Universal Studios theme parks around the world.

What is the most unique Harry Potter product you’ve bought over the years? Would you make a special trip to New York City just to shop at the new Harry Potter store? Tell us in the comments!


Are you ready to ditch the mask?

Republican Rep. Devin Nunes on Saturday hosted his inaugural &ldquoFreedom Festival,&rdquo where conservative stars denounced the liberal media and tech billionaire censors while talking up ways to reach California&rsquos middle 40% of voters.

The speaker lineup included Donald Trump Jr., Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona and James O&rsquoKeefe of Project Veritas.

Mr. Nunes&rsquo central California district sits in the conservative San Joaquin Valley, north of Democratic-dominated Los Angeles County and south of San Francisco. Changing demographics have pushed the country&rsquos most populous state, with the most Electoral College votes, to the left and to a guaranteed win for Democratic presidential candidates.

But the successful petition drive to force a recall election of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has created hope that Republicans can successfully sell conservatism to more moderate voters.

&ldquoWe&rsquore an oasis of practicality,&rdquo Mr. Nunes said of his district&rsquos hardscrabble farmers, lush fields of crops and the campaign event&rsquos host city of Tulare. &ldquoAnd we&rsquore surrounded by socialist absurdity.&rdquo

About 2,000 conservatives attended, with the event streaming live on Rumble.com and Big Tech platforms such as Facebook. Using Rumble fit the festival&rsquos theme of urging conservatives to find alternatives to the liberal oversight of YouTube, owned by Google, Twitter and Facebook.

Mr. Nunes talked of the &ldquofreak show in Sacramento&rdquo that &ldquoworried about the gender identity of convicted felons to the high-speed rail boondoggle.&rdquo

&ldquoI always tell my colleagues that what happens in California has national significance because we are the laboratory for socialism. Elites and Hollywood leftists concoct bizarre political schemes which are then enacted into law by &lsquoyes men&rsquo in Sacramento. We&rsquove seen it time and time again. And it always benefits the Democratic Party.&rdquo

An example, he said, is California&rsquos &ldquoballot harvesting&rdquo in which any person can act as an intermediary, handling absentee ballots from voters and turning them into election precincts.

Mr. Nunes, while heading the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, gained fame in 2017-18. He exposed the Democratic Party-financed dossier being used to undermine President Trump as a pile of inaccuracies used by the FBI to investigate and wiretap his allies.

The liberal media put Mr. Nunes on its target list for negative stories. But conservatives hailed him for going against Washington&rsquos Democratic liberal establishment.

His probe&rsquos bottom line, he told the festival crowd: &ldquoWe weren&rsquot the ones colluding with Russians. They were.

&ldquoIt was an information warfare operation that was conducted by the Democratic Party, their mouth pieces in the freak show media and their own government, the FBI and the Department of Justice,&rdquo he added.

A probe by special counsel Robert Mueller concluded in March 2019 that the long 2016-19 FBI investigation did not establish that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to interfere in the 2016 election.

Mr. Nunes talked of the importance of reaching the California &ldquo40%,&rdquo neither conservative nor socialists who could be swayed to turn right.

&ldquoWithout these people we&rsquore never going to be able to turn California around,&rdquo he said.

He said liberals talk about right-wing violence but it is Black Lives Matter and Antifa &ldquoleft-wing shock troops that on a near-nightly basis physically assault Republicans, conservatives and just innocent Americans.&rdquo

His biggest applause line came when he announced there are two genders. &ldquoI confess. I&rsquom not woke,&rdquo he said.

Mr. Trump Jr. appeared remotely, in what appeared to be a cabin-type setting, with a mounted bust of an antlered deer over his right shoulder.

He said his father is looking for &ldquoAmerica First&rdquo candidates in the 2022 elections and &ldquotrying to weed out the RINOs,&rdquo or Republican In Name Only &mdash a conservative term for pretend conservatives.

&ldquoWhen you have the Liz Cheneys of the world supposedly supporting the Republican Party in leadership,&rdquo he said of the embattled Wyoming representative and No. 3 ranking House Republican, &ldquoyou have to wonder. The job is to recruit other candidates and to raise money. I haven&rsquot seen her doing any of those things in a few years, if ever.&rdquo

Ms. Cheney is endangered of being voted out of the leadership, with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Sunday publicly endorsing New York Rep. Elise Stefanik to replace her. Ms. Cheney has been a harsh critic of President Trump&rsquos &ldquoStop the Steal&rdquo movement, and she voted to impeach him for inciting the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters. The former president&rsquos son said Mr. Trump wants to &ldquofind people who all have sort of the fire that you have, Devin, to fight for our country to fight for our freedom, to stand up to the establishment and to change out the establishment and to put Americans and the working class first.&rdquo

Asked to rank his father&rsquos best accomplishment, Mr. Trump said, &ldquoMiddle East peace.&rdquo

Republican Rep. Mike Garcia of California, who won a special election in May and then squeaked out a win on Nov. 3, said his state is &ldquothe most underachieving state in the nation&rdquo with high taxes and fuel prices and low-ranked public education.

He said he is moving his staff away from liberal-oriented internet platforms to new alternatives.

Harmeet K. Dhillon, a lawyer and Republican National Committee member from San Francisco, called on the audience to give up their gmail accounts (Google) and to stop using tech companies &ldquothat are strangling our freedom.&rdquo

&ldquoStop living behind our scenes,&rdquo she said. &ldquoWe need to get out there and have events like this.&rdquo

Mr. Biggs said Big Tech censored the Hunter Biden story in October, denying millions of people the right to read about how President Biden&rsquos son raked in millions of dollars from oligarchs and from Europe as well as communist-connected tycoons in China.

&ldquoThat would have changed the election. They suppressed it. They kicked around our elections,&rdquo he said.

He said Republicans &ldquoutterly failed&rdquo in the two Trump years they controlled Congress.

Mr. O&rsquoKeefe presented a slide show of Project Veritas&rsquo greatest hits, such as showing alleged illegal vote harvesting in Minneapolis and penetrating biases at CNN.

He said the liberal media constantly says he presents &ldquomisinformation&rdquo when he has aired none.

&ldquoThe media is so corrupt in this country,&rdquo he said. &ldquoThey have all the power.&rdquo

Most recently, he captured a CNN technical director on a hidden camera saying the network&rsquos focus was to &ldquoget Trump out of office.&rdquo

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Comments:

  1. Mabonaqain

    Instead of criticising advise the problem decision.

  2. Stanton

    Eh: What can I say? The author, as always, is on top. Respect! I liked everything, especially the beginning. Smiled. Of course, there are now critics who will say that this does not happen, that this is all invented, and so on. But I read it with pleasure, and my friends read it - everyone is delighted.



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