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Lit-urday: The Same Sky
Compassion on divergent paths powers Amanda Eyre Ward's novel
DAILY Arts  August 16, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...The Same Sky by Amanda Eyre Ward Penguin Random House, 288 pp., $25 (paperback available Sept. 1, $15)..."

The Song Remains the Same
Led Zeppelin reunion boot
DAILY Music  February 13, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Jimmy Page could crack open terra firma one night, then the band would sputter like a Studebaker the next. My lovingly illicited new $28 DVD, 126 reunion minutes in London’s O2 Arena last December 10, hasn’t changed the tune. Practically shot from atop the flagpole crowning the 20,000-plus seater, Zeppelin’s return to this mortal plane – in this case – initially testifies to (ahem) documentarian resolve, the zoom capabilities of this particularly eye in the sky, and judicious use of the next fellow’s shaggy head as a shield from view..."

March of the Flower Children
The last interview with Seeds frontman and oh-so-brief psychedelic Austinite Sky Sunlight Saxon
Music Story  July 24, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...With perfect poise, Sky Saxon sits cross-legged atop a bed of brown and gold silk sheets in his living room. Unpacked boxes surround him, only heightening the sense of physical disconnect permeating the rustic, South Austin home he recently leased..."

Joe O'Connell's Top Reads of 2015
Paradise Sky and The Best I Recall head a list of stellar Lone Star books
Arts Story  December 31, 2015, by Joe O'Connell
"...Along the novel's picaresque journey, Love is tracked by a racist killer seeking revenge. Paradise Sky (Mulholland Books), like Lansdale's equally fine 2013 novel The Thicket, channels Mark Twain..."

Flight of the Innocent
Ten-year-old Vito (Colao) lives in Calabria, in southern Italy, a place where the sun bakes sleepy villages populated by farmers, sheepherds, and kidnappers. His family is one of those who...
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Film Review  January 28, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...From the beginning, it's understood that this young boy is consciously attempting to break free from the chains of a horrible familial tradition. Instead of thinking about kidnapping and the like, he lies on the ground, staring up into the sky, and daydreams about being a hawk, soaring into the blue..."

Let the Right One In
This multi-award-winning Swedish film might be summarized as a vampire tween romance, but that cheap and tawdry sum-up does zero justice to the magnificent emotional resonance of this gem. A discussion of the adaptation follows the film.
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Film Review  November 14, 2008, by Marc Savlov
"...It's creepy in the same way that a youngster's first stirrings of adolescent desire are creepy – both to them and often more so to their elders – when strange attractors come into play and everything seems frighteningly freighted with the surreal, the mysterious, the forbidden. Hedebrant, in one of the film's two remarkable, standout performances, plays 12-year-old Oskar, a blond wisp of a boy who is as shy as the blue sky in a Stockholm winterscape..."

Texas Book Festival 2015: The Mighty 300
Authors for Fest 20 include Lethem, Lemony, Pitts, Diggs, Hart
DAILY Arts  September 4, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...And the fiction list features a host of local literati: Edward Carey (Foulsham), Jill Alexander Essbaum (Hausfrau), Louisa Hall (Speak), Kirk Lynn (Rules for Werewolves), Elizabeth McCracken (Thunderstruck and Other Stories), Karen Olsson (All The Houses), Antonio Ruiz-Camacho (Barefoot Dogs: Stories), Mary Helen Specht (Migratory Animals), and Amanda Eyre Ward (The Same Sky)...."

The 24th Annual Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
The lowdown on the 2015 submissions, judges, 10 finalists, and the prize-winning stories
Arts Story  February 18, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Amanda Eyre Ward is the author of five novels, including How to Be Lost and Close Your Eyes, which was named in Kirkus' Best Books of 2011 and won the Elle magazine Fiction Book of the Year. Her most recent novel, The Same Sky, was inspired by meeting immigrant children in shelters in Texas and California, and hearing their stories...."

Catastrophe and the Cure
Behind the scenes of Explosions in the Sky's most challenging and personal album
Music Story  July 1, 2011, by Austin Powell
"...Each member of Explosions in the Sky is branded with the same emblem: the black outline of an angel tattooed on his inner left wrist...."

Born on the Fourth of July
Explosions in the Sky are blowing up. (Sorry, we resisted the pun as long as we could.)
Music Story  October 24, 2003, by Michael Chamy
"...Golden-tousled Midwesterner Chris Hrasky beams, saturated with the sheer gravity of the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King trailer glowing on the Power Mac in front of him...."

Sky Fall
Bradley Wiggins 86'ed from Sky Tour de France team
DAILY Sports  June 9, 2014, by Larysa Pachulski
"..."I think it's pretty obvious that if I couldn't do the Tour this year, then next year,” Wiggins told an interviewer last week. “If I want to do the Tour, I'll probably have to leave Sky.”..."

Vanilla Sky
When I first heard that Cameron Crowe was planning a remake of Alejandro Amenábar's 1997 film Abre los Ojos (Open Your Eyes), I thought it was an odd choice for...
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Film Review  December 14, 2001, by Marc Savlov
"...Most obvious to fans of the original, and not at all surprising considering Crowe's consistently rock & roll overtones, is the replacement of the original's traditional orchestral score with a non-stop barrage of pop tunes and rockers that runs the gamut from Sir Paul McCartney to Radiohead, and from the Beach Boys to Spiritualized. There's barely a quiet moment in Vanilla Sky that isn't interrupted -- and often manhandled -- by a sudden sonic outburst from the Dolbys..."

Christmas in the Clouds
This Native American romantic comedy, which won the Audience Award at the 2001 Austin Film Festival, arrives in theatres four years late but seasonally right on time.
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Film Review  December 2, 2005, by Kimberley Jones
"...And what window-dressing – when Mother Nature finally cooperates with a blanket of white over mountain vistas in Utah, the effect, lensed by Steven Bernstein, is breathtaking. The resort, too, is something to behold: The film was shot on location at the Sundance Resort, here called the Sky Mountain Resort..."

The Power of Art in Austin’s Overlooked Objects
Defining the city's personality from the moonlight towers to the railroad bridge
Arts Story  August 4, 2016, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"...The shinier it is, the less I tend to like it. Like most of Austin – especially those of us who live outside the city center – I probably can't afford to enjoy it anyway, so what do I care? But that skyline sure looks pretty on postcards and websites..."

Sacred & Profane: Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
Two full nights of damnation, retribution, and inner demons
DAILY Music  July 21, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Marionette arms dangling during Jaggeresque scarecrow jolts and punctuated by Iggy Pop-like Spiderman stomps, Cave would summon his best croon then bolt to the piano before unleashing the Bad Seeds’ full roar, which rose in a hellish crescendo for “Jubilee Street,” from last year’s quietly commanding Push the Sky Away. Early blasphemy “Tupelo” repeated the process, as did “Red Right Hand” afterward..."

The Eagle Huntress
Real-life heroine soars above tradition
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Film Review  November 23, 2016, by Steve Davis
"...Girl power takes flight in this upbeat documentary about a 13-year-old Kazakh girl in the remote Altai Mountains who flouts centuries of tradition to become the first female eagle hunter in her family. It’s a kick to watch the guileless Aisholpan and her soaring companion break through the sky-blue glass ceiling of northern Asia to claim her own birthright in this family-oriented film with a post-feminist bent..."

You Just May Be the One
A Monkees playlist of Michael Nesmith country rockers.
DAILY Music  February 18, 2011, by Raoul Hernandez
"...stereo mix/The Monkees deluxe) “Sweet Young Thing” (The Monkees) “You Just May Be the One” (TV version/The Monkees deluxe) “Propinquity (I’ve Just Begun to Care)” (demo/The Monkees deluxe) “The Kind of Girl I Could Love” (More of the Monkees) “Sunny Girlfriend” (Headquarters) “Salesman” (Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones LTD) “The Door Into Summer” (Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones LTD) “What Am I Doing Hanging ’Round?” (Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones LTD) “Don’t Call On Me” (Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones LTD) “Tapioca Tundra” (The Birds, the Bees & the Monkees) “Nine Times Blues” (disc 3, Listen to the Band) “Carlisle Wheeling” (disc 3, Listen to the Band) “St. Matthew” (disc 3, Listen to the Band) “Listen to the Band” (disc 4, Listen to the Band) “Good Clean Fun” (disc 4, Listen to the Band) “Some of Shelly’s Blues” (disc 4, Listen to the Band) “Circle Sky” (mono mix, Head box) Live medley: “You Just May Be the One”/“Sunny Girlfriend”/“You Told Me”/ “Circle Sky” (Head box)..."

The New Rites of Spring
The Last Word in Instrumental Rock
Music Story  April 27, 2001, by Michael Chamy
"...It's an overly romanticized notion, the idea of every generation having some sort of defining musical moment, like Jimi Hendrix deconstructing the "Star-Spangled Banner" at Woodstock, Johnny Rotten singing "No Fun" at the Winterland, or perhaps Igor Stravinsky inciting a riot with his boisterous Rite of Spring at Paris' Champs-...lysées Theatre in 1913...."

Page Two: The Sky Is Always Falling
The hyping of catastrophe, and a notable loss
Columns  December 10, 2010, by Louis Black
"...Obviously, there are major problems facing this country, as well as issues on which the public is divided – sometimes so militantly divided that no reconciliation seems possible. Not to whitewash anything, but the only problem with the multiple "the sky is falling" crowds is that there is nothing new or unique about this situation..."

Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The only important things in this new animated epic is that viewers be blown away by the endless and pointless laser battles and that girl power comes into its own.
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Film Review  August 15, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...(It squeals! It texts! It shops! It consumes everything it sees!) In our new tween-dominated star economy, with Miley Cyrus and other Disney Channel starlets printing money, I suppose it was inevitable that the shamelessly market-savvy Lucas would seize an opportunity to do the same. Enter Ahsoka Tano, a sassy young Padawan, or apprentice Jedi, who arrives (looking like a chorus member from The Lion King stage show) to study under the future Darth Vader, Anakin Skywalker, who’s busy leading the clone armies of the Republic against the droid armies of the evil Separatists while trying to secure the safe return of gangster Jabba the Hutt’s infant son, who was kidnapped by Separatist leader and Jedi-gone-spoiled Count Dooku in an attempt to frame the Jedi and convince Jabba to open his trade routes to the Separatist army, thereby clearing the way for total galactic domination … not that any of that matters..."

Son of the Circus
Twistin' in the Wind
Music Story  October 2, 1998, by Raoul Hernandez
"..."No matter where I am, I'm still thinking about some long stretch of dirt road with nothing but fence posts and sky. I can be in downtown Manhattan and be writing, and that's where I always come back to...."

The Truman Show
Life is a 'round-the-clock “reality” TV program in this prescient film, and Truman Burbank (Carrey) is its unwitting subject/hero/leading man.
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Film Review  June 5, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...It has too many loose ends and too many logically unexplained phenomena that can only be rationalized away with generalizations about the all-encompassing control that typifies the Seahaven production. Why is it that after 30 years in Seahaven, Truman is only now noticing Klieg lights that fall from the sky and weather patterns that follow his precise footsteps? Is Seahaven breaking down something like a Mir space shuttle that's been in orbit too long? Also, for all the talk of Carrey's toned-down dramatic performance here, it is, though serviceable, still awfully broad and hammy (as is Linney's, yet as Truman's wife it should be said that she's always aware that she's playing to a hidden camera)..."

Cover Up: The Fun Fun Fun Fest Files
Front page stars of the 'Chronicle,' from Black Angels to Ume
DAILY Music  July 14, 2012
"..."Each member of Explosions in the Sky is branded with the same emblem: the black outline of an angel tattooed on his inner left wrist. "The one visible tie that bonds," nods guitarist Munaf Rayani." – Catastrophe and the Cure: Behind the scenes of Explosions in the Sky's most challenging and personal album by Austin Powell, July 1, 2011..."

The Gospel According to Kanye
Rapper levitates the Frank Erwin Center
DAILY Music  September 22, 2016, by Bryan Rolli
"...1” 2) “Pt. 2” 3) “Famous” 4) “Pop Style” (Drake song) 5) “That Part” (Schoolboy Q song) 6) “Facts (Charlie Heat Version)” 7) “Mercy” 8) “I Don’t Like” (Chief Keef song) 9) “All Day” 10) “Black Skinhead” 11) “Niggas in Paris” 12) “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” 13) “Power” 14) “Blood on the Leaves” 15) “Freestyle 4” 16) “Jesus Walks” 17) “Flashing Lights” 18) “Highlights” 19) “Feedback” 20) “Wolves” 21) “Heartless” 22) “Runaway” 23) “Only One” 24) “I Love Kanye” 25) “Waves” 26) “Touch the Sky” 27) “All of the Lights” 28) “Good Life” 29) “Stronger” 30) “Fade” 31) “Ultralight Beam”..."

Point Austin: Back to the Future
GOP officials take opportunity to demagogue on heels of Obama clean air plan announcement
News Column  August 6, 2015, by Michael King
"...Paxton's announcement was also self-contradictory: "Texas has demonstrated that it can clean its air without destroying the energy sector," going on to note that nitrogen oxide and ozone levels have declined even as the economy has boomed. He neglected to mention that the primary reason our air is less polluted is government regulation, especially federal – despite reflexive doom-and-gloom predictions from official and industrial quarters, as the state's air quality improved, the economic sky remained in place, and in fact Texas flourished. The Sky Won't Fall..."

The Great Gig in the Sky
The best albums of our lives – and the afterlife
Music Story  December 31, 2014, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Unless you're The New York Times, summating a life normally happens after someone's death, so this rare instance of prior knowledge left me numb – uncomprehending. One of Austin's most spirited musicians, adopted organist of two decades, was this very moment loading up his gear for the great gig in the sky...."

'How Wild the Sea'
Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Puts brings waves into the concert hall with new symphonic work
Arts Story  November 29, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Since winning the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Music for his opera Silent Night, based on the famous Christmas Eve truce between enemy soldiers on a World War I battlefield, Puts has gained international stature, but that doesn't mean he's a stranger to his old home in the heart of Texas. Last fall, he was in town for the premiere of two choral works commissioned by Conspirare, "If I Were a Swan" and To Touch the Sky..."

The 'It' Perspective
Photographer Fritz Henle seen through the lens of Austin image-maker Matthew Fuller
Arts Story  June 12, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...AC: And the derricks. You have this nice horizon low in the frame, and the derricks just stick up from the flat land and poke into that big sky...."

The Next Fun Fearless Female Rock Star
Austin's now generation comes of age in Suzanna Choffel
Music Story  November 28, 2008, by Margaret Moser
"...Her big eyes glint a clear blue-gray that inspires songs about oceans and heaven. Those boundless horizons seem appropriate given that the sky's the limit for Choffel, 28..."

The Choice Is Yours
Rubber Repertory's Casket of Passing Fancy makes you 500 offers you can't reuse
Arts Story  October 10, 2008, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."So that's Luby's," I say as we linger in the parking lot beneath a darkening Texas sky...."

The Electric Exchange
Theatre, dance, music, and film meld and get supercharged in the Fuse Box Festival
Arts Story  April 25, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...• endless ocean endless sky, which features a performance by Portland, Ore., movement artist Tahni Holt that takes place on an inflatable iceberg designed by architect Andrew Kudless...."

The Reverse Crossover of La Mafia
The Empire Builders
Music Story  October 27, 1995
"...Arriving by bus ride from Matamoros, I inquired on the whereabouts of the Nuevo Laredo Fairgrounds. Two short "pesera" rides brought me to a flat, circular, open-air stadium as the five or six opening acts unloaded equipment. Overhead the sky went gradually grey, matching the asphalt underfoot. Approaching a musician with one of the opening bands, I asked when La Mafia would show..."

The Death and Life of Free Radio
Austin microradio lived fast and died young -- can the movement live to broadcast another day?
News Story  June 22, 2001, by Emily Pyle
"...The transmitter converts the disrupted current into a radio signal that the antenna sends into the air. Signals move in ground waves and sky waves..."

Getting the Joke
Comedy isn't the funny business it was in the Eighties, what with fewer clubs and audiences burned out by comedy on cable and hack comics. Seven Austin comics discuss the current state of stand-up in a round-table discussion.
Arts Story  June 30, 2000
"...Mark Fradl is a veteran touring comic who moved to Austin about a year ago, quit doing stand-up, and is now devoting himself to writing and making short films. Chris Fairbanks is a young comic who recently left Big Sky country in Montana to join Austin's comedy circle..."

The Goose & the Gander
The Rise and Recover and what it's like to live like a rock star – sometimes
Music Story  January 21, 2005, by Darcie Stevens
"...encourage it, in no way wishing to calm the numbers. As the last notes of the last song reverberate into the night sky, "family" hanging out backstage rush forward, clothes-lining as many band members as possible..."

Spoon's Hot Thoughts Remodels the Locals' Art-Funk
Britt Daniel and Jim Eno talk about the rise of R&B in the band's sound
Music Story  June 1, 2017, by Tim Stegall
"...No Soundcheck for him, either. Instead, he's out on the road already with fellow locals Explosions in the Sky...."

The Buzz on Buzzkill Comedy
The weekly stand up night has two new hosts
DAILY Arts  October 5, 2016, by Spencer Beghtol
"...“We had been looking at different places, and nothing was really matching up to what we wanted in a show I guess. Then Katie kind of dropped from the sky and messaged Devon [about taking over the show].” Walker chimes in, saying, “She approached me a couple of weeks back and I said, ‘I’ll only do it if I can bring Allison O’Conor on.’ That was my one hard rule.”..."

Point Austin: Kicking Around the Bonds
T he Sisyphus bond committee just rolled the stone up the hill – be ready to duck
News Column  January 20, 2006, by Michael King
"...Those were only the most high-profile debates, and I haven't even returned to 130. The committee objected, reasonably enough, that in the last weeks they were asked to toss 130-related projects into the mix when those did not figure into the city's own needs assessment, and indeed were not even specifically described in any of the late-breaking, blue-sky requests for same..."

The Best-Case Scenario
After years of work, Envision Central Texas goes majorly public.
News Story  October 24, 2003, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...Too often, such efforts to bring everyone from everywhere to the table and keep them there -- and to keep an organization like ECT above the fray, rather than a new venue for the same old clashes of the same old agendas -- end up producing consensus on the color of the sky and of the grass, but on very little else. Yet despite taking diplomatic care to, for example, downplay the notion that any of the four scenarios -- even Scenario A, which extrapolates present trends into a sprawl-filled future -- is better than another, ECT's work and output make clear that not only do we need a vision that we currently don't have, but that such a vision needs to be significantly different from the status quo...."

The Lauryn Paige Fuller Story
Eighteen-year-old Donald Scott Fuller was brutally murdered last year. Jordan Smith explores
Features Story  February 18, 2000, by Jordan Smith
"...It's just weeks before Christmas, but outside it feels like spring. The sky is clear and bright, and there is a south wind whisking through the trees outside the Travis County Courthouse..."

DVDanger: The Larry Fessenden Collection
Horror's underappreciated auteur on existential terror
DAILY Screens  October 20, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...There's no bullshit, there's no craft services, there's just making movies. An incredible crew: They knew the land, they knew the sky, they knew filmmaking."..."

The Prodigy & the Prodigal
Sons of the Fathers Beck & Cauthen ally beyond neo-Americana
Music Story  March 29, 2013, by Melanie Haupt
"..."I always said the Eagles were the only band I have worked with that no matter the format, if I saw a radio tower in the sky, they would play the record," writes Schwartz in an unsolicited email. "I have not had that feeling since '76..."

The Urban Experience
Dâm-Funk's intergalactic jam
DAILY Music  March 16, 2010, by Thomas Fawcett
"...I realized that we are not the only people in this universe. We would be so selfish to think that we are the only living beings in that entire universe when we look up into the sky and see those millions of trillions of stars sparkling..."

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Mighty Atom
Atomic City's Jim 'Prince' Hughes is punk rock daikaiju at a whole different level
Music Story  June 8, 2007, by Marc Savlov
"...Then there's the magnificent tattoo artistry by the late but still legendary ink-slinger Michael Malone, aka Rollo Banks, formerly of Austin's China Sea Tattoo (see "TCB," April 27), that covers Hughes' entire back, legs, and arms. Done in classical Japanese style, it depicts a sinewy all-star lineup of the Toho Co.'s biggest box-office breadwinners, namely Godzilla, King of the Monsters, posed midroar, batting planes out of the sky, as Mothra and daikaiju galore roil across Hughes' broad back...."

Making a Front Porch for the City
As he was completing the final design for the Austin Museum of Art's long-awaited downtown facility, architect Richard Gluckman took time to discuss the project, his approach to architecture, and what it means to design buildings for a boomtown.
Arts Story  October 27, 2000, by Robert Faires
"...People who have worked with Gluckman on the AMOA project -- AMOA executive director Elizabeth Ferrer, Barnes Architects principal Carl Gromatzsky -- describe the architect as "incredibly responsive" and focus much of their praise on his skill at listening. Of course, he speaks, too, and on one of his many whirlwind trips to Austin -- this one as the architect was completing the final design for the AMOA building -- Gluckman took a few minutes to discuss this project, his approach to architecture, and what it means to design buildings for a boomtown...."

The Realistic Joneses at Hyde Park Theatre
With Will Eno's comic drama, HPT brings a funny kind of fear to the 'burbs
Arts Review  March 17, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...But even if you didn't see the earlier show, you might well find the suburban setting for The Realistic Joneses eerily familiar: It's one we've been exposed to countless times before, in pop culture spanning Leave It to Beaver to American Beauty to Kirk Lynn's recent novel Rules for Werewolves, and, of course, for many people, it's just where they grew up. Eno makes it pleasant enough at first, with Bob and Jennifer Jones side by side in lawn chairs gazing at the night sky..."

Sanctuary in the Past
In The Whispering Swarm, Michael Moorcock confronts ghosts – history's and his own – in a secret area of London
Arts Story  January 22, 2015, by Michael Berry
"...Then all the Californians thought the same. Now prices are sky-high and the funk has been marginalized, so expensive apartment buildings can be built where [the bourgeoisie] can feel safe and complain about the noise of the music from the few remaining downtown venues...."

Going With the Flow
The LCRA Connection
News Story  September 4, 1998, by Mike Clark-Madison
"..."In the end, the vision and the reality are intact; that we can have an Austin-style natural creekway and still have the development we want and need," says Lorenz. "While we'll have to tolerate up to a 25-year flood event, it's not the end of the world and the sky is not falling." By "natural," Lorenz means not a nature trail per se, but a "soft edge" between people and creek, as opposed to the "choked-off concrete ditch" suggested by the Trias renderings...."

The Last Don
Bob Bullock: The Crusty Boss of Texas Politics
News Story  January 31, 1997, by Robert Bryce
"...And of course, campaign money does not fall from the sky; it is donated by contributors who inevitably have interests in state policies over which Bullock exercises heavy influence...."

Playback: The Austin Music Poll's 11th Hour
A final push to get out the vote in the Austin Music Poll
Music Column  January 28, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Explosions in the Sky will never pick up the Hall of Fame plaque they won last year, which is fine because it makes a nice rolling tray at the office...."

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