Letters 05-23-2016

Examine The Priorities Are you disgusted about closing schools, crumbling roads and bridges, and cuts everywhere? Investigate funding priorities of legislators. In 1985 at the request of President Reagan, Grover Norquist founded Americans for Tax Reform (ATR). For 30 years Norquist asked every federal and state candidate and incumbent to sign the pledge to vote against any increase in taxes. The cost of living has risen significantly since 1985; think houses, cars, health care, college, etc...

Make TC A Community For Children Let’s be that town that invests in children actively getting themselves to school in all of our neighborhoods. Let’s be that town that supports active, healthy, ready-to-learn children in all of our neighborhoods...

Where Are Real Christian Politicians? As a practicing Christian, I was very disappointed with the Rev. Dr. William C. Myers statements concerning the current presidential primaries (May 8). Instead of using the opportunity to share the message of Christ, he focused on Old Testament prophecies. Christ gave us a new commandment: to love one another...

Not A Great Plant Pick As outreach specialist for the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network and a citizen concerned about the health of our region’s natural areas, I was disappointed by the recent “Listen to the Local Experts” feature. When asked for their “best native plant pick,” three of the four garden centers referenced non-native plants including myrtle, which is incredibly invasive...

Truth About Plants Your feature, “listen to the local experts” contains an error that is not helpful for the birds and butterflies that try to live in northwest Michigan. Myrtle is not a native plant. The plant is also known as vinca and periwinkle...

Ask the Real Plant Experts This letter is written to express my serious concern about a recent “Listen To Your Local Experts” article where local nurseries suggested their favorite native plant. Three of the four suggested non-native plants and one suggested is an invasive and cause of serious damage to Michigan native plants in the woods. The article is both sad and alarming...

My Plant Picks In last week’s featured article “Listen to the Local Experts,” I was shocked at the responses from the local “experts” to the question about best native plant pick. Of the four “experts” two were completely wrong and one acknowledged that their pick, gingko tree, was from East Asia, only one responded with an excellent native plant, the serviceberry tree...

NOTE: Thank you to TC-based Eagle Eye Drone Service for the cover photo, taken high over Sixth Street in Traverse City.

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Jamie Kauffold - March 10th, 2014  

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CARNIVAL WEEKEND! Be the King & Queen of the Mountain Adult Costume Contest, enjoy the ‘Stache Bash with The Pistil Whips, the Slush Cup, Last Man Standing Brunch, & much more at Boyne Mountain in Boyne Falls this Friday through Sunday, March 14-16. www.boyne.com Photo Peg Muzzall

monday 3/10

Novel Knights: Book group for any guys in grades 3-5. Will discuss “Weasel” by Cynthia DeFleice, & enjoy a craft & snacks. 4:15pm, Peninsula Community Library, TC. www.peninsulacommunitylibrary.org

Auditions for “Treasure Island”: For children ages 9-18. 4-6pm, MainStage of Old Town Playhouse, TC. Performances will be June 6-8. For more info, visit: www.oldtownplayhouse.com

Advances in Hip Care: Free seminar presented by Dr. Brent Wiersema & Dr. Joseph McGraw at Great Lakes Orthopaedic Center, TC at 6:30pm. 929.5704.

Combat PTSD: It’s an Epidemic!: Presented by AMOH at Bijou by the Bay, TC from 6:30-8:30pm. Learn about PTSD & veterans. Featuring poet/bard of Stone Circle Terry Wooten. www.AMOH.us or 231-492-4292.

Story Hour: Featuring “Cleo the Cat” at Horizon Books, TC at 10am. Hear stories & do some activities & a craft. www.horizonbooks.com

Grand Traverse Humanists Meeting: Mella McCormick & Chris Kuchuris, professors at NMC, will speak on “The Evolution of Morality: Fact and Fiction.” 7pm, History Center of Traverse City. 231-392-1215.

The Bay Film Series: Presents “The Past,” March 9-11 at The Bay Theatre, Suttons Bay at 6pm. Following a four year separation, Ahmad returns to Paris from Tehran, to finalize a divorce from his French wife Marie. Tickets, $8.50 at door. www.thebaytheatre.com

tuesday 3/11

Career Connection: Topics include job search strategies, good résumé & cover letter practices & more. 2pm, Petoskey Michigan Works! Service Center. www.nwm.org

Auditions for “Treasure Island”: (See Mon.)

Family Arts Night: 5-7pm, The Greenspire School, Grand Traverse Commons, TC. Includes great activities melding art & science for ages nine & older. www.greenspireschool.org

“Beekeeping Basics” Program: With Suzette Cooley-Sanborn, sponsored by Cherryland Garden Club. 7pm, Central United Methodist Church, TC. 231-935-7798.

Petoskey Regional Audubon Society Program: Featuring a presentation on the comeback of the Osprey in southern Michigan. 7pm, Independence Village of Petoskey. 231-330-4572.

The Bay Film Series: (See Mon.)

wednesday 3/12

InterActive StoryTime: Featuring “Green Eggs & Ham” by Dr. Seuss, followed by a craft project at the Great Lakes Children’s Museum, TC at 11am. www.GreatLakesKids.org

Colorectal Cancer: What You Should Know: Presented by Thomas G Tiejen, MD, gastroenterologist at the John & Marnie Demmer Wellness Pavilion & Dialysis Center, Petoskey at 6:30pm. Free. 231-582-9212.

Rehab Farewell Tour: With Angels Cut. 8pm, Ground Zero, Streeters, TC. Tickets, $10. www.groundzeroonline.com

“What Is Art, Anyway?”: With educators Dave Parrish & Lyn Salathiel. 7pm, THE BOX, TC. Presented by Artcenter Traverse City. Admission, $5. artcentertraversecity.org or 941.9488.

thursday 3/13

East Jordan Business After Hours: Sponsored by East Jordan Rotary Club. 5-7pm, Murray’s Bar & Grill.

“The Sound of Music”: Don’t miss Rodgers & Hammerstein’s beloved musical. 7:30pm, Old Town Playhouse, TC. Tickets: $25 adults, $14 kids. 947-2210 or www.oldtownplayhouse.com

Dark & Stormcloudy Film Series: Celebrating the best of dark comedies at the Garden Theater in Frankfort, paired with a hand crafted dark beer brewed specially for the movie selection by Stormcloud Brewing Company in Frankfort. Today’s movie is “Hot Fuzz” at 7:30pm & the beer is a Sweet Stout fermented with red hot candies. Beer is not served inside the theater. $5. 231-352-7561.

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours: 5-7pm, NCMC. Home Show Preview with LTAHB. $15. For more info, visit: www.petoskey.chambermaster.com

NMC Art Club Presents Sip & Sketch: 6-8pm, Dennos Museum Center, TC. Draw, socialize & learn about art. $6/adult; $4/child; free for members & NMC students. www.dennosmuseum.org or 995-1055.

Book & Brie Club: Featuring “West with the Night” by Markham/Wheeler. 3:30pm, Alden District Library. 231-331-4318.

“Talk About Art”: Featuring singer/songwriter/ guitarist Blake Elliott. 7:30pm, Glen Arbor Art Association. 231-334-6112.

Michigan Writers Workshop: Poet Francine J. Harris presents “Sound Matters” at the University Center, room 214, TC from 7-9pm. Free for Michigan Writers members & $10 for nonmembers. 231-492-3260.

“Individuals with Special Needs” Panel Discussion: 7pm, History Center, TC. Free. www.traversehistory.org

friday 3/14

“The Sound of Music”: (See Thurs.)

“Circus Spectacular On Ice”: Held March 14-15 at Centre ICE Arena, TC. Tonight’s time is 7:30pm. Presented by the Traverse City Figure Skating Club. Featuring guest skater Elladj Balde. Tickets: mynorthtickets.com. Info: 947-2267.

Live Music with Missy Zenker: Singer/songwriter of pop & country music performs at Horizon Books, TC from 8:30-10:30pm. www.horizonbooks.com

Calling All Kids! Film Series: Today showcases the tale of “Coraline”. Bring your own snack to the Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey at 10:30am. Free. 231.347.4337.

Toddler Time: “Everything Green”: Mix up some green color, paint green turtles, & go on a green frog hunt! 10am, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, TC. www.greatlakeskids.org

Family Dinner & Movie Night: Tonight’s movie is “The Croods”. 5:15-8pm, Harbor Springs Sk8 Park & Ice Rink. Movie, free; pizza, $5. 231-526-0610.

Winter Luncheon Lecture: In celebration of Pi Day, NCMC mathematics professor Gary Kersting offers a discourse on this mathematical constant that represents the ratio of a circle’s diameter to its circumference. Pot pies & pie will be served. Noon, NCMC’s library conference room, Petoskey. Lunch is at 11:30am. Cost, $10. 231-348-6600.

Irish Comedy Tour: Enjoy the party atmosphere of a Dublin pub combined with a boisterous, bellylaugh band of hooligans. 8pm, City Opera House, TC. Tickets: $18, $23. www.cityoperahouse.org

Carnival Weekend: Held March 14-16 at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls. Today includes a Carnival Kick-off Party with The Waxies, patio cookout & more. www.boyne.com

Beer & Boards Brewfest: 3-6pm, outside Ivan’s, Shanty Creek Resorts, Bellaire. Fourth annual celebration of craft beer, featuring many of Michigan’s breweries. $10 admission; $5 if you show your season pass or lift ticket. www.shantycreek.com

Harbor Hydroponics Grand Opening: Held March 14-15, next to the Harbor Springs Airport in the Harbor Plaza. Enter your name into a drawing to win a turnkey 1000W HID lighting system. 231-242-4018.

Hunting & Fishing Expo: March 14-16, TC Civic Center. Today’s hours are 4-9pm. www.tchuntfishexpo.com

Mega March Weekend: Held March 14-15 at Crystal Mountain Resort, Thompsonville. Today includes the Teddy Knape Film Festival Warm-up Party from 7-9pm in the Vista Lounge, & more. www.crystalmountain.com

Runa: This group draws on the diverse musical backgrounds of its members & offers a contemporary approach to traditional & more recent Celtic material. 8pm, Dennos Museum Center, TC. $25 advance, $28 door, $22 members. www.dennosmuseum.org

SnowJam 2014: March 14-15, Treetops Resort, Gaylord. Hit the slopes, enjoy sleigh or wagon rides, or visit Cran-hill Ranch’s Go-Zone. You can also rock out with artists like Audio Adrenaline, Kutless, Finding Favour, Beacon Light, and more. For more info visit: http://bigticketfestival.com/snowjam.html

Krazy Daze: Held March 14-15 at Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs. Tonight features Ben Overbeek in the Zoo Bar from 4-8pm, & The Remedee in the Slopeside Lounge from 9pm- 1am. www.boyne.com

saturday 3/15

SnowJam 2014: (See Fri.)

Leapin’ Leprechaun 5K: This course meanders throughout the warehouse district of TC with a post-race party tent to celebrate the finish. Starts at 9am. For more info, visit: http://www.cherryfestival.org/leapin-leprechaun

Hunting & Fishing Expo: March 14-16, TC Civic Center. Today’s hours are 9am-7pm. www.tchuntfishexpo.com

Harbor Hydroponics Grand Opening: (See Fri.)

“The Sound of Music”: (See Thurs.)

Funny Business Comedy Show: Featuring Leif Skyving & Vilmos at O Zone, Odawa Casino, Petoskey at 9pm. $5 cover. 1-877-442-6464.

“Circus Spectacular On Ice”: Held March 14-15 at Centre ICE Arena, TC. Todays times are 1:30pm & 7:30pm. Presented by the Traverse City Figure Skating Club. Featuring guest skater Elladj Balde. Tickets: mynorthtickets.com. Info: 947-2267.

Horizon Books, TC Events: 11am-2pm: Author Susan Bonner signs her book “My Whole Self Before You”. 6-8pm: Book Launch Party with Elizabeth Lee, author of “A Tough Nut to Kill”. www.horizonbooks.com

Calling All Kids! Film Series: Today showcases “Where the Wild Things Are” & other Sendak Stories as well as “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears” & other Caldecott classics. Bring your own snack to the Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey at 10:30am. Free. 231.347.4337.

Freshwater Concert with Guitarist/Singer- Songwriter Willy Porter: 8pm, Freshwater Art Gallery, Boyne City. Tickets, call: 231-582-2588.

Mt. Holiday Ski Resort, TC Slush Cup: Featuring music by Fish & the Chips with Paul Livingston from 6-9pm. www.mt-holiday.com

America’s Boating Course: The Grand Traverse Bay Sail & Power Squadron offers this course to support safe boating in the Grand Traverse area. 8:30am-12:30pm, Grand Traverse Mall, Food Court entrance, TC. Cost, $10. http://www.usps.org/lc/gtbay/

Mega March Weekend: March 14-15 at Crystal Mountain Resort, Thompsonville. Today includes the Spring Fling Luau, Teddy Knape Film Festival, Cardboard Classic, On-Slope Kayak Race, Slush Cup & more. www.crystalmountain.com

“Lonnie the Leprechaun” Story Time: This tale will be told by Tom Sisco, Oryana kitchen manager. 1pm, Oryana Natural Foods Market, TC. 947.0191.

Voyager & Author Laura Vae Gatz: Presents “Africa via Antarctica”. Laura shares editorial & pictorial memories of her two month sabbatical, traveling around the world. 1pm, Cadillac Library Meeting Room. 231-510-9047.

9th Annual Robert Emmet Society Hoolie: Featuring an Irish menu, silent auction, jokes, limericks, bagpipes, Irish music by AnDro and Dr. Goodheart & the Hooligans, & the Northern Lights Irish Dancers, who will demonstrate jigs, reels & Ceihli dancing. 6-11pm, Perry Hotel, Petoskey. $10 adults, $5 members/students. www.emmetsociety.org

Carnival Weekend: Held March 14-16 at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls. Today includes the On-hill Party, King & Queen of the Mountain Adult Costume Contest, ‘Stache Bash with The Pistil Whips, Foggy Goggles Pool Party, 70s Snow Disco with Shagadelics & much more. www.boyne.com

Joshua Davis Trio: Joshua Davis, Rachael Davis, & Dominic John Davis perform at the Old Art Building in Leland at 7:30pm. Presented by The Leelanau Community Cultural Center. Tickets: $15 adults, $5 students. oldartbuilding.com or 231-256-2131.

Pajama Jam Party & Puppet Show: Residents of the Grand Traverse area can donate new, with tags, children’s pajamas to the Traverse Area District Library, TC through today. A party & puppet show, along with a special storytime will be held at 11am at the library. www.tadl.org

Krazy Daze: Held March 14-15 at Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs. Today’s activities include The Krazy Cup, Ski Over The Pond, Get Krazy Party, Jump Competition, Nascar Race, Silly Slalom, & more. www.boyne.com

sunday 3/16

Hunting & Fishing Expo: March 14-16, TC Civic Center. Today’s hours are 10am-4pm. www.tchuntfishexpo.com

Tribute - Groovin’ for the Groove Master Charlie Tomlin!: With performances by the Lookout Cats, Trippin’ Lindys, Jeff Haas and Friends, the On Quartet, & many others. Presented by the Traverse Area Musicians Relief Fund to help aid Charlie Tomlin’s children after Charlie’s sudden death. 2- 6pm, Shimmers, West Bay Beach Holiday Inn, TC. For more info, email: dc@davidchown.com

Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi: Brings their unique brand of Klezmer, Balkan & Yiddish music to Temple B’nai Israel in Petoskey at noon. Free. 231-649-8334.

“The Sound of Music”: Don’t miss Rodgers & Hammerstein’s beloved musical. 3pm, Old Town Playhouse, TC. Tickets: $25 adults, $14 kids, $23 students/seniors. 947-2210 or www.oldtownplayhouse.com

Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra’s “Music and Drama”: Featuring guest conductor Carlos Andrés Botero. 4pm, Charlevoix High School. Tickets, $20. glcorchestra.org or 231-487-0010.

The Beehive Design Collective Presents “Rock Bottom”: 6pm, Grand Traverse Circuit, TC. In this presentation the Bees use graphics & informative stories from around the Great Lakes bio-region. It will feature stories of grassroots organizing, collective action, & inspiration. For more info, visit: www.beehivecollective.org

Carnival Weekend: Held March 14-16 at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls. Today includes the Last Man Standing Brunch, Slush Cup & more. www.boyne.com


Smithsonian’s Journey Stories: This exhibition examines the intersection between modes of travel & Americans’ desire to feel free to move. On display through March 21 at the Charlevoix Public Library. 231-547-2651.

Iceskating Games: Held at the ice rink at Harbor Springs’ Sk8 Park on Saturdays through March 15 from 1-3pm. Includes broomball, four corners, pom-pom & more. 231-526-0610.

Two New “Legends of the Grand Traverse Region”: Celebrating Father Fred (Edwin Fredrick), founder of the Father Fred Foundation, & Roy & Ellen Brigman, founders of Camp Roy-El, which from 1952 to 1991 was a camp for children with disabilities. Through April 12, History Center of Traverse City. Free. traversehistory.org or 995-0313.

Old Time Country Dance Line & Square Dances: Held every second Saturday of the month at 9116 E. 13th St., Cadillac from 6:30- 9:30pm. Free dance instruction. 231-920-8389.

Earthwork Music Mondays Live: 6-8pm, Northern Natural Cider House, TC. 943-1078.

East Jordan Winter Farmers Market: Held the second Thursday of each month at the Civic Center, East Jordan.

Village Farmers Market: Saturdays, indoors at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, 10am- 2pm.

Charlevoix Winter Farmers Market: Thursdays, 9am-1pm, Charlevoix Public Library, Community Rooms A & B.

Petoskey Winter Farmers Market: Fridays, 8:30am-1pm, NCMC Student Services Bldg.

Habor Springs Winter Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9am, HS Middle School.

Frankfort Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9-1, inside Lions Club.

Boyne City Indoor Market: Every Sat. through April at the Red Barn, next to the Boyne District Library on Park Street, 9am-1pm.

Kids Open Mic: Held every Saturday at 3pm at Northern Natural Cider House, TC. 943-1078.

Free Yoga: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 5:30pm, at Song of the Morning, Vanderbilt.

“Saturday’s Child”: This story time is for families with children ages 3-7. Held Saturdays, 3-4pm in the Program Room at Petoskey District Library. www.petoskeylibrary.org or 231-758-3112.

Meditation & Yoga: Free meditation class at Shanti School of Yoga, TC, every Friday, 7:30pm; free Om Gentle Yoga on Sunday, 10:30am. (Logan’s Landing, TC.)

Deep Blue Water Samba School: This community samba drumming class is held the 1st & 3rd Mon. of each month from 7:30-9pm at GT Circuit, TC. Cost: $10 sliding scale. 231-276-2328.

Record Revival Night: Bring your records to Tastes of Black Star Farms, at the Grand Traverse Commons, and listen to tunes while sipping on wine, every Thursday, 6-9pm.

Preschool Story Hour: Held Wednesdays at 10am & 1pm at Interlochen Public Library. 231-276-6767.

Hot Reads for Cold Nights: A winter reading club at Peninsula Community Library, TC. Pick up a log & read eight books between now & Spring Equinox (March 20) to have your name entered into a drawing. Books must be checked out at PCL! 231.223.7700.

Bring in the Little Ones: To move, shake & sing along every Mon. from 10:30-11am at The Little Fleet, TC. Suggested donation, $5. www.thelittlefleet.com

Peepers Nature Preschool: Tuesdays through May 20, 10-11:30am, Boardman River Nature Center, TC. Featuring stories, crafts, music & discovery activities. $5. www.natureiscalling.org

Gentle Yoga: Gentle instructor Tina Livingston offers yoga basics at the Peninsula Community Library, TC for adults & teens every Weds. at 9:30am. $7 fee. Register: 231-223-7700.

Oryana Food Drive for Homeless: During the month of March, Oryana, TC is collecting nonperishable foods & cash donations to help neighboring homeless families. 231.947.0191.

Parent/Child Story Times: Mon. & Thurs., 10:30am, Children’s Program Rm., Petoskey District Library through 5/16. 18 mos.- 3 yrs. old. petoskeylibrary.org or 231-758-3100.


Over the Rainbow: Work by Christine Krzyszton: Christine’s work elicits the feelings of inner childhood when primary colors brightened our world. Through April in Gallery Fifty, The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, TC. www.galleryfifty.com

“Artists North” Exhibit: Paintings of Harbor Springs artist Jim Kosloskey remind us that spring is on the way & that sunshine & flowers will come again. Through March 29, Charlevoix Circle of Arts. www.charlevoixcircle.org or 231.547.3554.

Natives vs. Invasives: A Great Lake Narrative: This series of paper collage paintings that explore life below the surface of the Great Lakes by Anne Morningstar is displayed in the Atrium Gallery, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey through March 22. https://www.crookedtree.org

The Sketchbook Project Exhibit & Workshops: Through March 23, Jordan River Arts Council, East Jordan. 1-4pm, Tues. - Sun. Featuring over 100 sketchbooks by invited artists. www.jordanriverarts.com or 231-536-3385.

Out Up North: Watercolor art by Sarah Tule at Cycling Salamander, Charlevoix.

Fresh Air: Plein air paintings by Heidi Marshall at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village.

“Walking Through Light” Art Show: Artwork of Sarah Kathryn Byers. Through March 14, Traverse City Art & Design Studio. 231-421-9499.

Tom Haxby Exhibit - Fine-Art Nature Photos from Michigan: City Opera House, TC, through March 30. 941-8082.

2014 Juried Photography Exhibition: Through April 5, Bonfield Gallery, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. www.crookedtree.org

Journeying to Charlevoix: Exhibit featuring why & how people came to the Charlevoix area in the late 1800s. Charlevoix Depot, Chicago Avenue at Depot Beach, through March 22: Saturdays 10-4, Wednesdays 4-7. 231-547-0373.

The Clark Historical Library: On display at Crooked Tree Arts Center’s Gilbert Gallery, Petoskey through April 5. Featuring 52 original works of art created as book illustrations from the Clark Historical Library’s Molson Art Collection at CMU. 231-347-4337.

“Places I’ve Been: Paintings by Dan Oberschulte”: Held in Rinaldo Hall, Gallery Fifty, The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, TC through March.

Studio & Pottery Demonstrations: Michiganbased artists will conduct live demonstrations on pottery, tile & jewelry making techniques every Sat. through April 26 from 10am-4pm at Sturgeon River Pottery, Petoskey. Free. 231-347-0590.

Farm to Frame: Good Food, Good Neighbors: Charlevoix: hung in three venues: ‘From the Farm’ category is at the Charlevoix Public Library; ‘From the Market’ is at the Depot; & ‘From the Table’ at Stafford’s Weathervane. Sponsored by ISLAND, CTAC, & Petoskey Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation. 231.347.4337.

Dennos Museum Center, NMC, TC: Making Paper Dance: The Art of Pop Up Books: Featuring pop-up books from the 1800s to present, lent from private collections & the Special Collections Library, U of M, along with paper sculptural works by U of M paper engineer Matt Schlian. Through April 6. Gwen Marston: Contemporary Quilts: Survey of over 30 works Marston has done, including some of her “Small Studies”. Through April 27. www.dennosmuseum.org

Art of Recovery: The Human Journey: Exhibition hosted by Northern Lakes Community Mental Health at the InsideOut Gallery, TC. northernlakescmh.org.

Art of the Watershed: Featuring the 2012 Photography Contest winners, including Craig Goodrich, Ragnar Avery & Chris Brown, at the Watershed Center, TC. Portion of sales protect GT Bay. www.gtbay.org or 935-1514.

The Shards of Winter Exhibition: Through March at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village. 231-526-9447. www.threepinesstudio.com

“Art Bomb”: Art show, Right Brain Brewery, TC, through March. See Facebook page.

Wild Fungi Art Series: Series of acrylics on canvas featuring edible local wild mushrooms by local artist & amateur mycologist George Meredith at SEVENS Paint Store, 1602 Barlow St., TC. 946-0468.

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