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Trio 2000
Q&A with one of jazz's premier guitarists.
Music Story  October 6, 2000, by Jay Trachtenberg
"...Guitarist Pat Metheny is quick to point out that he's played Austin many times over the years. Even so, the seminal jazz guitarist's local appearances this weekend, Friday and Sunday at the One World Theatre, are notable in that he'll be performing with his trio rather than with his long-running and more renowned Pat Metheny Group..."

The Trio
There's honor among thieves, loyalty among family members, and love between lovers. It gets complicated, however, when all these traits and associations become the ties that bind the same three...
Film Review  September 10, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...It gets complicated, however, when all these traits and associations become the ties that bind the same three people. This is the turf explored in The Trio, a German comedy about an intricate love triangle and its attendant work relationships..."

Heroic Trio II: The Executioners
Hong Kong's top three female leads reunite in this uneven sequel to last summer's box-office smash. In a world ravaged by nuclear holocaust, the only untainted water available comes from...
Film Review  August 26, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...In a world ravaged by nuclear holocaust, the only untainted water available comes from the Clean Water Corporation, an unscrupulous conglomerate headed by an evil, mutated bad guy. The Heroic Trio -- Chat (Cheung), Wonder Woman (Mui), and San (Yeoh) -- have split up and gone their separate ways since the end of the last film, but fate (and the driving need for an Evian) reunites them in a quest to break the tyrant's stranglehold on the agua supply..."

The Heroic Trio
Three female superheroes, who were initially enemies, team up to defeat an ancient monster who is stealing children of royal blood.
Film Review  May 6, 1994, by Joey O'Bryan
"...From Michelle Yeoh's (Police Story III) chain-swinging “Invisible Woman” to Anthony Wong's (Hard-Boiled) dim-witted zombie henchman, the cast has created characters who seem to leap right out of a four-color universe and onto the silver screen. Sure, you could say that this movie has too much going on for its own good, but to do so would be missing the point: Heroic Trio is a live-action comic book, and captures the quirky spirit and skewed logic of the medium better than both Batmans put together...."

Filigree Theatre’s Trio
In Sheila Cowley’s new play, questions of identity arise for three people during the creation of a play
Arts Review  May 3, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...That's one of the uncertainties threaded throughout Trio, a new play by Sheila Cowley receiving its world premiere from Filigree Theatre, itself a new company. Center stage are Leslie and Tim, who are holed up in her father's garage working desperately to create a new play for kids that they can perform at a major theatre festival the next day..."

Rap Trio Third Root's Trill Pedagogy
Ultra-enlightened hip-hop crew set to school the Austin Music Awards
Music Story  February 1, 2018, by Kahron Spearman
"...George (né Jeff Henry) is one-third of Third Root, an ultra-enlightened hip-hop trio also fielding MC/poet/teacher Charles Peters (Easy Lee) and Marco Cervantes (MexStep), a rapper/doctorate holder/associate professor at UT-San Antonio. Their moniker derives from the overlap in Afro-Latin cultures, specifically colonial influences that include the Atlantic slave trade which brought 200,000 Africans to New Spain, now Mexico..."

The Brain Behind Ambient Trio Dallas Acid
Exploring the oscillators, envelope generators, and filters that create the band’s pastoral, spacey sound
Music Story  October 26, 2017, by Dan Gentile
"...That's the nickname of Gerner's hulking modular synthesizer that guides the sound of ambient local trio Dallas Acid. It takes up two full walls of the band's rehearsal space and sounds both futuristic and retro, producing distinctly warm yet robotic tones reminiscent of German electronic pioneers Cluster and Tangerine Dream..."

EUC Trio to Council: Take This Volunteer Job and Shove It
Three commissioners quit, citing Council and city management's lack of support and cooperation
News Story  June 21, 2013, by Mike Kanin
"...Those of you hoping for more drama in the long-running Austin Energy saga got your wish Monday night when three of the seven sitting Electric Utility Com­mis­sion­er members up and quit from the dais. The trio – Phillip Schmandt, Stephen Smaha, and Michael Webber (appointees of Council Members Chris Riley, Sheryl Cole, and Bill Spelman, respectively) – had been visibly disappointed with both Council and city management over the past few months..."

QT on Trio
With five Austin QT Fests under his belt, Tarantino will be sharing this format with the world, as the Trio cable network presents six nights of Tarantino-presented movies to coincide with the opening of his new film Kill Bill Vol. 1 on Oct. 10.
Screens Story  October 3, 2003, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Each of the 10 nights would focus on a different theme or genre, and Tarantino introduces each movie with his trademarked vigor and enthusiasm, bolstered by a wealth of knowledge and informed commentary. Now, with five Austin QT Fests under his belt, Tarantino will be sharing this format with the world, as the Trio cable network presents six nights of Tarantino-presented movies to coincide with the opening of his new film, Kill Bill Vol..."

Trio of Public Safety Rallies Saturday
Pro-police rally amid anti-police-brutality rallies makes confrontation a possibility
News Story  September 17, 2015, by Chase Hoffberger

Add Another Trio to the aGLIFF Tease
Austin's LGBTQ film fest announces more films
DAILY Qmmunity  July 2, 2014, by Sarah Mortimer and Carmen Rising

A Texas Book Festival Trio
Food Story  November 2, 2007

Straddling Jazz
The Golden Arm Trio
Music Story  June 12, 1998, by Greg Beets
"...photograph by John Carrico Though their sound has itsfoundations in the left-leaning outskirts of jazz, an apt description of the Golden Arm Trio's music is easier if you think in terms of approach rather than genre. For pianist/percussionist Graham Reynolds, the only constant in this ever-evolving Austin endeavor, the creative journey of improvisation comes in far ahead of commitment to a form..."

Gina Chavez Q&A
AMA winner raises funds for Conspire Theatre
DAILY News  September 24, 2015, by Nina Hernandez
"...To help fund a production of their latest play, Mothers and Daughters, Conspire Theatre hosts the reigning Austin Music Awards’ Musician of the Year and her Gina Chavez Trio tonight at the All Saint’s Episcopal Church...."

Jupiter Ascending
The Wachowskis' space opera starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum is a visual dazzler but a narrative splice-and-dice.
Film Review  February 6, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...As it happens, she’s the reincarnation – “recurrence” in the film’s parlance – of a member of the universe’s royalty, thanks to matching genetics. Soon enough, a trio of spacey bounty hunters are tracking her, a genetically spliced wolf-human supersoldier in anti-grav surfwear (Channing) is saving her, and a trio of universal royals are clamoring for her attention, or her death, or both..."

The Signal
A trio of tech-savvy twentysomethings get waylaid and wind up as subjects in a weird but stylish sci-fi mystery.
Film Review  June 13, 2014, by William Goss
"...William Eubank’s background in marketing and music videos is plainly apparent in each of his directorial efforts, Fantastic Fest 2011 selection Love and this Sundance-approved follow-up, in which a trio of tech-savvy twentysomethings – Nic, Haley, and Jonah (Thwaites, Cooke, and Knapp) – allow a cross-country trip to get waylaid by the provocations of a mysterious hacker. After being drawn out to the Nevada desert by the titular beacon, our hapless trio soon find themselves detained in an underground facility, subject to the curious investigations of an aloof doctor (Fishburne, who's further removed by the hazmat suit he always wears) and given few actual answers as to what they have stumbled upon...."

Poor Michael Lehmann's career path is following that same downward spiral as Michael Cimino's: one brilliant film, and then... nothing. Or worse than nothing. Cimino had his Deer Hunter and...
Film Review  August 12, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...Airheads is, unfortunately, no exception. Lehmann's newest (following, heh heh, Hudson Hawk) chronicles the misadventures of a trio of metalheads as they try to get radio airplay for their demo tape..."

Johanna D'arc of Mongolia
The title of Ottinger's movie promises action, conflict, and exotic adventure. So does its premise: seven European women, passengers on the Trans-Siberian/Trans-Mongolian Railway, are taken hostage by Ulan Iga, a...
Film Review  February 21, 1992, by Chris Walters
"...In their stead, she attempts to answer the question posed at the beginning: “Must imagination shun the encounter with reality, or are they enamored of each other? Can they form an alliance?” Virtually plotless, this movie replaces violent conflict with something much more akin to lived experience, as women of two cultures encounter one another and find that they can get along splendidly. Of course, it helps that one of the Europeans, Lady Windemere (Seyrig), is a veteran ethnologist who speaks Mongolian, that another is a young Frenchwoman named Giovanna (Sastre) who is utterly open to new experience, and that the others -- a singer fresh from the Broadway stage and a trio who are the klezmer version of the B-52's -- are themselves show business nomads..."

SXSW Music List No. 3
Dead Meadow, Sad13, Cindy Wilson, Lizzo, Boogarins, and 494 others
DAILY Music  January 10, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Now two months way, South by Southwest Music released its largest block of bands to date this morning. The new batch of 498 acts includes psychedelic stoner trio Dead Meadow, rising Minneapolis singer/rapper Lizzo, B-52’s singer Cindy Wilson, and Sad13, pop project of Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis...."

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
It’s never a good sign when the intended audience for a comedy sits stone-solid and unlaughing through the preview premiere, and when the film in question is an animated adventure...
Film Review  July 4, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...It must have seemed a can’t-miss proposition: Brad Pitt as the voice of the world’s most famous sailor-cum-brigand, Zeta-Jones as his burgeoning paramour, and Pfeiffer as Eris, the Goddess of Chaos. Anyone who’s seen Wolf can fall in line with that last one, and Pitt acquits himself admirably as well – Zeta-Jones, too, is no slouch; her Marina has an immensely sexy, DIY streak a mile wide – but taken together and tossed atop a standby story that seems cobbled together from action outtakes, this heroic trio is wasted and flat..."

Rabbit-Proof Fence
Set in 1931 Australia and based on a true event, Noyce's film shows what three half-caste aboriginal girls experience when they escape the camp where they have been forcibly sent in order to become anglicized. The music is by Peter Gabriel.
Film Review  January 31, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Chase films, as a rule, tend to involve as many speeding vehicles as possible these days, and while Noyce’s film is clearly of the hot-pursuit variety, it takes place almost entirely on foot, in the flat, dusty, dead reaches of the far Australian outback, in the year 1931. The quarry in question is a trio of young mixed-race Aboriginal girls – 14-year-old Molly (Sampi), her 8-year-old sister Daisy (Sansbury), and 10-year-old cousin Gracie (Monaghan) – who, as was the policy of the Australian government in regard to half-caste children, have been forcibly removed from their tiny village and relocated to the Moore River Native Settlement over 1,500 miles to the north..."

The Powerpuff Girls Movie
I defy viewers to exit theatres post-Puffery without silly grins on their faces and the urge to save the world in their hearts. The big-screen adaptation of the Cartoon Network's...
Film Review  July 12, 2002, by Marc Savlov
"...I defy viewers to exit theatres post-Puffery without silly grins on their faces and the urge to save the world in their hearts. The big-screen adaptation of the Cartoon Network's flagship show -- featuring the adventures of a trio of pint-sized superheroines Blossom (Cavadini), Bubbles (Strong), and Buttercup (Daily), who have Charlie Brown heads and anime eyes -- is smart, sassy, silly fun, a pop-culture smorgasbord filtered through the lens of Fifties kitsch and set to a hipster beat that makes you want snap your fingers and beat up on the bad guys at the same time..."

Day at the Beach
There's no escape quite like a weekend getaway in the Hamptons. Especially when you're on the run from an accidental murder and a leery mafioso. Veronis' first feature is a...
Film Review  June 26, 1998, by Marc Savlov
"...Wracked with guilt, he's ready to turn himself over to the cops but instead embarks on a semi-wild night of drinking with the boys. At sunrise, on a whim, the three pack into a car -- taking John's wife Marie (Adams) and their young son, as well as Jimmy's new crush Amy (Kellner), who just happens to be the boss' daughter (the trio work at a rundown Little Italy ravioli factory, which just happens to be a front for the mob) -- and head out to the Hamptons to do some serious soul-searching..."

Recommended Live Music for the Weekend
Garage rock, indie-pop, funk, and more
DAILY Chron Events  June 22, 2018, by The Music Staff
"...This weekend's soundtrack comes with an extra helping from Down Under with King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard at Stubb's and trio Middle Kids at Antone's...."

Ghosts in the Machine
The Police conclude their North American tour in San Antonio
DAILY Music  November 21, 2007, by Raoul Hernandez
"...The Police frontman threw in the same line about drummer Stewart Copeland two minutes later, but as Summers’ Telecaster blaze went from molten to nuclear, the show’s scorecard clearly had the shorter, stouter guitarist in the lead. Considering the two tall egomaniacs yin and yanging the UK trio on either side of him for the past 30 years, Sting’s initial Police bulletin rang truest. Not that the former Gordon Sumner – whose spitting-image son, Joe (in looks, in voice, on bass in a UK trio), had opened the concert winningly with his band Fiction Plane – wasn’t in perfectly fine fettle..."

Six Three Times
Six albums in 66 words or less.
DAILY Music  March 30, 2007, by Austin Powell
"...Entering the inferno for this inaugural edition is a handful of albums that somehow came into my possession during the chaos of SXSW. Earthless Sonic Prayer (Gravity) San Diego’s Earthless saved the day during Vice’s annual Eastside block party. For 40 minutes this trio killed with an improvised metal jam led by the scorching guitar noodling of Isaiah Mitchell..."

Deliver Us From Eva
The fact that there’s little new in the roundabout urban updating of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew detracts not a whit from its charms, most of which come from...
Film Review  February 7, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Mattson and Brauner’s script sports a number of laugh-out-loud gags interspersed with the sort of dewy-eyed romantic moments that only seem to happen in the movies – seeing LL Cool J stride a shining white stallion really ought not work, but here it does – and their grasp of the subtleties of married men’s territoriality around in-laws and their teeter-totter self-worth is spot-on. The film’s major drawback is the broad strokes with which the henpecked trio of males is presented – they’re not quite caricatures, but their individual quirks feel as though they were cribbed from other, better films..."

Big Kill
Low-budget Western rides high in the saddle
Film Review  October 19, 2018, by Matthew Monagle
"...This changes when they meet Jim (Sanders), an East Coast accountant traveling west to meet his brother in the booming city of Big Kill, Ariz. When the trio arrive, they find themselves in a city caught in the grip of a cruel preacher (Patric) and the notorious outlaw Johnny Kane (Phillips)..."

ACL Fest Interview: Khruangbin
Houston trio transforms rare grooves into a trance-inducing tapestry
Music Story  October 4, 2018, by Thomas Fawcett
"...Taking their name from the Thai word for airplane, Houston trio Khruangbin derives inspiration from rare grooves from around the globe. 2015 debut The Universe Smiles Upon You leaned into Sixties-era Thai funk, while their latest release mines the Middle East along with vintage rock and R&B..."

Bridge Farmers' Superior Acid Metal
Hawkwind and Sabbath didn't spawn the Austin trio, but they should have
Music Story  August 9, 2018, by Michael Toland
"...Balancing familiarity with individuality, the ensuing sonic blast roars across the sky like an asteroid with a death wish. After a handful of digital releases, the trio's sound reaches fruition on its self-titled, self-released debut LP, as rampaging and raw a document of ATX's extreme underground as any hesher could hope for...."

Ghost Stories
Three very British tales of terror.
Film Review  May 4, 2018, by Josh Kupecki
"...The trio of tales serve up a pretty pedestrian array of horror cliches: creepy, abandoned asylums where the power constantly goes out; a car breakdown in the dark, secluded woods where beasts may dwell; a poltergeist driving a man and his pregnant wife to extreme measures. An homage (well, that’s one word for it) to classic horror films, at least the framing device of Goodman’s quest offers up some mildly interesting variations, especially in the end, where the film attempts to draw all the various ribbons together to make a nice little bow..."

If It Ain't Bruch, Don't Fix It
Just a drummer from Iowa? Just a culinary badass? Hold his beer.
DAILY Food  December 21, 2017, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Jeremy Bruch: Maybe best known in these parts as the drumming component of the Golden Arm Trio, the band that’s the epicenter of all things Graham Reynolds...."

Home Again
a lifestyle comedy with a soupçon of pain
Film Review  September 15, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...A less-than-perky Reese Witherspoon is Alice, a recently separated fortysomething mother of two who’s moved back to Los Angeles to escape a stale marriage and to start anew. In a twist on the story of Goldilocks and the three bears, she allows a trio of young men struggling to break into the movie business to live in the guest house of her late filmmaker father’s sprawling Brentwood home..."

line upon line: first
In the percussion trio's concert of new works, four pieces took very different forms, but all resolved in a comparable calm
Arts Review  February 9, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Even by the unconventional standards of line upon line percussion, the first piece in first – the second concert of the trio's fourth season – was ... surprising..."

Monster Trucks
Boy meets monster, adventure ensues
Film Review  January 20, 2017, by Steve Davis
"...What do you get when you cross an antediluvian giant squid with a dilapidated pickup truck? You get Monster Trucks, the trippiest kids’ movie ever to roll on four wheels. Tugging at your heart with one tentacle while lashing out at Big Oil with another, this stranger-than-strange $125 million film defies description, but here goes: A fracking accident triggered by the environmentally insensitive drilling practices of an unscrupulous petroleum company brings to the surface a trio of blubbery cephalopods, a new species of aquatic critters whose presence at the site could threaten the company’s lucrative mineral rights..."

Nocturnal Animals
A dark meditation on regret and revenge
Film Review  November 18, 2016, by Marc Savlov
"...As it happens, the next day a package arrives in the mail containing an advance proof of Edward’s first book, titled Nocturnal Animals and dedicated to Susan. It’s here that the main story splits off and becomes the novel, in which a family – the father is also played by Gyllenhaal – driving to Marfa for a vacation are attacked by a trio of deranged maniacs straight out of The Hills Have Eyes..."

Three Businesses Sprout in New Development, the Yard
Trio makes their way through Austin’s burgeoning artisan food world
Food Story  September 29, 2016, by Adrienne Whitehorse
"...Live music events and a food trailer park are expected to attract a lively crowd to the hub. And a trio of businesses – Still Austin Whiskey Co., St..."

Case/Lang/Veirs Live – Really/Dang/Prime
“The hungry fools who rule the world can’t catch us”
DAILY Music  August 4, 2016, by Neph Basedow
"...lang, alt-rock warrior Neko Case, and Oregonian folker Laura Veirs had willed their way to Austin after the latter pair green-lit the “Constant Craving” singer’s long-shot query. Following a two-year recording process, the power trio yielded June’s beaut bow...."

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Comedy collective The Lonely Island writes, directs, and stars in music biz comedy
Film Review  June 10, 2016, by Kimberley Jones
"...The mockumentary Popstar so accurately mimics the music biz it means to lampoon, and so faithfully reproduces the behind-the-scenes music-doc aesthetic it intends to goof, you might not see the jokes through the trees: The ego, excess, and product synergy just don’t feel all that exaggerated from pop music’s real-life absurdities. And that may be an intentional, even artful, bit of misdirection on the part of comedy trio the Lonely Island, which wrote, directed, and star in the film..."

SXSW Music: Moving Panoramas
Jangling, surfy soundtrack to a kidnapping
DAILY Music  March 16, 2016, by Neph Basedow
"...The band’s debut LP, the rightly named One, dropped in October. Since then, the Austin trio’s been abuzz with moody dream-pop...."

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
The Force awakens, and a franchise reboots
Film Review  December 18, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Easily the most anticipated (and critic-proof) film of the year, The Force Awakens hews closely to Lucas’ original trio of Star Wars outings. For younger fans (i.e., those who’ve had the misfortune to not be born yet when the series made its debut “a long time ago,” aka 1977) J.J..."

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Call the exterminator: The tuneful rodents are back

Film Review  December 18, 2015, by Josh Kupecki
"...Those were my thoughts as I waited for the lights to dim in a kiddie-packed theatre on a dreary Saturday morning. And while I was familiar with the adventures of songwriter Dave Seville (Lee) and his trio of harmonizing rodents – Alvin (Long), Simon (Gubler), and Theodore (McCartney) – this was my first foray into this latest incarnation of a franchise that dates back to the late Fifties...."

The Night Before
Three guys look for fun on a Christmas Eve that turns into one crazy night
Film Review  November 20, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...The elements are all there: the tried-and-true one-crazy-night template; a trio of likable leads, bolstered by gifted supporting actors; a director who’s shown skill combining comedy with more dramatic elements (the zombie Romeo and Juliet riff Warm Bodies and cancer dramedy 50/50); and the surprise delight of the forever-frowning Michael Shannon playing a stoned Ghost of Christmas Past, Present, and Future...."

The ever-popular YA novels spring to life with Jack Black
Film Review  October 23, 2015, by Steve Davis
"...There’s not much “boo!” in the bugaboos here. Based on the absurdly popular anthology of horror fiction that sold over 400 million books during its heyday, the film’s conceit is admittedly an interesting one: A trio of teens unwittingly unleashes on their sleepy little town the literary mayhem in the locked manuscripts of Stine’s works, much to the authorial dismay of the man who created those waking nightmares (a bespectacled and weirdly accented Black, looking and sounding nothing like Stine)..."

Goodnight Mommy
Nine-year-old twins suspect that someone is impersonating their mother
Film Review  September 11, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...It’s the trio of chilly and chilling performances at the heart of Goodnight Mommy that raises the film to a higher level of existential dread. Olga Neuwirth’s nerve-jangling score, and the film’s unsettling sound design do much to induce anxiety bordering on outright, cringing panic..."

Doc recounts efforts of American mountain climbers to ascend Meru Peak
Film Review  September 4, 2015, by Steve Davis
"...The three men’s individual and joint stories wondrously unfold, sometimes catching you off-guard with a couple of surprising turns that provide the movie with meatier drama than you might anticipate at the outset. (Think maybe Hands on a Hard Body or The King of Kong.) Getting to the top of the world isn’t easy, not to mention further complications that stack the odds against the ambitious trio...."

Sharks in the Water
American Sharks kick off tour on Pau Wau’s party barge
DAILY Music  August 10, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...This week, American Sharks shove off on a national tour. Since releasing their eponymous LP in 2013, Austin’s speed-sludge trio has toured under the wicked wings of Gwar, Clutch, Red Fang, and the Sword, but this August run represents a greater test for the Sharks..."

Ted 2
Mark Wahlberg and the irrepressible Seth MacFarlane return for a sequel
Film Review  June 26, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Coincidentally or not, Ted 2 revolves around issues of civil rights, interspecies relations (slyly subbing for puritanical America’s boiling LGBT and racial divisions), and what, exactly, defines personhood. When teddy bear Ted and human Tami-Lynn decide to have a baby to save their faltering marriage with the support of BBF John, the trio runs afoul of practical physiological matters – Ted isn’t exactly anatomically correct – and the court system..."

The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence)
Did anyone really ask for a third helping of this stomach-turning provocation?

Film Review  May 29, 2015, by Marc Savlov
"...Dutch director/provocateur Tom Six achieved some serious cinematic infamy when he premiered “100% medically accurate” Human Centipede (First Sequence) at Austin’s Fantastic Fest back in 2009. You may recall (or more likely you’ve spent the intervening years desperately attempting to scour the memory from your brain) that in that film, German actor Dieter Laser played a mad vivisectionist who ends up sewing a luckless trio of innocents anus-to-mouth just for kicks..."

Unfinished Business
The crude humor and cloying sentiment of Vince Vaughn's latest comedy make it a dud
Film Review  March 13, 2015, by William Goss
"...Louis businessman whose Jerry Maguire-like exit from former employer Chuck Portnoy (Miller) has seen little reward in the year after. Alongside the well-aged Tim (Wilkinson) and undereducated Mike (Franco), Dan pins all his hopes on a make-or-break deal that sees the trio traveling from Missouri to Maine and, ultimately, to Berlin in order to fend off renewed competition from Chuck...."

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