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"I am honored to be chosen as CoreSRQ's first CEO. This organization is doing remarkable work in our community and my first priority will be to ensure that we continue to build on our successes and expand outreach and engagement with our community."

- Michelle Mitchell, CEO of CoreSRQ
 

[Real Estate]  Sarasota Still Tops Retirement Destination List
Jacob Ogles, jacob.ogles@srqme.com

The Sarasota market once again has topped the U.S. News & World Report list for best communities in the U.S. to retire.

“This metro area of just over 800,000 people has a renowned opera house, a number of rooftop bars and the popular beach of Siesta Key,” reported writer Elizabeth Djinis. “What makes the region special is its duality — downtown Sarasota boasts resorts and fine dining, but strolling Siesta Key Village or St. Armands Circle offers a more intimate, seaside ambience.”

The national outlet based its 2021-2022 rankings on public data, studying the top 150 metropolitan areas in the nation, and also used an online survey of Americans age 45 and older. From there, a variety of criteria were qualified.

The Sarasota market performed particularly well in net migration, looking at how many buyers were moving into the market compared to the number of people leaving, with the local market scoring a 9.7 on a scale of 10.

Florida cities ranked particularly well with News & World Report as far as retirement destinations. Eight of the top 10 markets were located in the Sunshine State. Sarasota narrowly beat out Naples (No. 2), Daytona Beach (No. 3) Melbourne (No. 4), Lancaster, Penn. (No. 5), Tampa (No. 6), Fort Myers (No. 7), Port St. Lucie (No. 8), Ann Arbor, Mich. (No. 9) and Pensacola (No. 10).

In addition to topping the list of retirement locales, the publication also called Sarasota the No. 2 place for any buyer to consider in Florida, behind Naples. The community also was listed as the second-fastest growing market in the nation, behind only Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

That’s consistent with the latest publicly available information on sales in the market from the Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee.

The latest report, on sales in February, showed North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton metropolitan market with a 0.6-month inventory of single-family homes and only a 0.5-month inventory of townhomes and condominium units. 

Photo: A $!9.9 million estate on Casey Key.

[Leadership]  CoreSRQ Appoints CEO

CoreSRQ, Inc., a local non-profit health and wellness organization, welcomes Sarasota native Michelle Mitchell as its inaugural Chief Executive Officer.“CoreSRQ is delighted to welcome Michelle to our team,” said Libby Soderberg, Chair of CoreSRQ’s Board of Directors. “After more than two years of surmounting global and local challenges, CoreSRQ’s board looks forward to working closely with Michelle to advance the organization’s mission of service to the Sarasota community. Michelle brings a wealth of experience to this role, intimacy with our Sarasota community, and a passion for our mission.”

Michelle has a Business degree from the University of South Florida and has led advertising sales for the media industry for over 30 years. She started her career with the Herald Tribune Media Group - (Sarasota Herald-Tribune) in 1991, transitioned to a senior leadership role with the Tampa Bay Times for over 10 years and then returned to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune five years ago to become a Regional VP of Advertising & Sales. Michelle has two children, a daughter who graduated from Sarasota High School and Florida State University; and a son, a graduate of Pine View who is now attending University of South Florida in Tampa.

"I am honored to be chosen as CoreSRQ's first CEO,” said Mitchell. “This organization is doing remarkable work in our community and my first priority will be to ensure that we continue to build on our successes and expand outreach and engagement with our community. I am truly impressed by the CoreSRQ team of passionate and dedicated staff and constituents as evidenced by the grassroots effort that led to the creation of this wonderful organization that serves so many in our community. The multigenerational engagement that exists within the CoreSRQ community is truly unique and should serve as a model for other communities.” 

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[Tour]  Junior League Tour of Homes Celebrates Local Architecture

The Junior League of Sarasota presents its reimagined Tour of Homes on Saturday, April 30th at the landmark Sarasota Art Museum on the Ringling College Museum Campus. This unique experience celebrates the modernism, flair, and legacy of Sarasota architecture through the ages. Guests will be immersed in the history of Sarasota with a one-of-a-kind virtual tour of prominent and iconic Sarasota homes, including the Zig Zag house, Indian Shores estates, and the Lido Shores home of Adrienne Vittadini. In the Thomas McGuire Hall, attendees will enjoy live entertainment, demonstrations and pop-up shops from local artists, boutiques, and designers.

Panel discussions will take place in the Auditorium at 2:30 PM and 3:00 PM, featuring local architects, designers, builders, and realtors discussing architecture, trends, and much more! Among the expert panelists are interior designers Jennifer Masters and Autum Hanson, architect Hannah Boehmer, and Jamie Vrinios, CEO of Keller Williams on the Water. Back by popular demand, renowned local historian John McCarthy will narrate a VIP Trolley Tour that showcases historical and architecturally significant Sarasota homes and buildings. Departing at 11:30 AM, VIP ticket holders will enjoy a personal charcuterie tray and chilled prosecco on the trolley, along with a gift bag, admission to the Sarasota Art Museum, and entry to the Tour of Homes Happy Hour. VIP guests will arrive back at the Sarasota Art Museum in time for the afternoon discussions. Event tickets are $35 until April 15 and $40 after, with VIP tickets at $125 and Happy Hour at $20 

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[Touring]  See Sarasota in Style!

Discover Sarasota Tours is a local tour company offering entertaining and informative sightseeing tours of Sarasota’s most interesting people, places, neighborhoods, and communities as well as two interactive theatrical shows. These guide-led tours are a perfect way for locals and visitors to learn more about Sarasota in a fun and engaging way. 

Our most popular year-round tours run daily or weekly and include City Sightseeing, Amish Experience, Circus Secrets, Psychic Sundays, Tiki Trolley Trivia, Haunted Sarasota and our newest theatrical musical, Murder Mystery Trolley, “Who Killed the Circus Queen?”

Seasonal tours running November-May include Art Crawl Gallery Tour, Leading Ladies of Sarasota, Sunset City Tour and a Public Art Tour. For the holidays, Discover Sarasota Tours offers fun tours for Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day and Saint Patrick’s Day.

In addition to our full tour schedule, we also offer a charming Trolley Cottage Gift Shop filled with whimsical gifts, delightful souvenirs, and books about Sarasota, and The ChillMobile, our 1979 vintage ice cream truck.

To book your tickets or to find more information about our tours go to our website and Book Online. 


 

DiscoverSarasotaTours.com 941-260-9818 The Trolley Cottage • 1826 Fourth Street, Downtown Sarasota with FREE PARKING!

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[Staff Announcement]  Blue Door Spa & Salon Hires New Spa Manager

Blue Door Spa and Salon announcse the hire of a Spa Manager, Susan Holt. Holt began her career in the beauty industry in 1980 at the Beauty Counter of Elizabeth Arden. She quickly learned that this was the field she wanted to be in. Holt is a results- oriented Spa Director with focus on the luxury segment of the hospitality industry. She has garnered 25 plus years of management in the spa and beauty industry, having worked in some of the best salons and day spas in the country, all of which are noted for excellence in service and style, including Anushka Spa & Salon of West Palm Beach Florida, Elizabeth Arden Red Door of FT. Lauderdale Florida, Spa Nordstrom Dallas Galleria and the Grand Spa of Dallas, Texas.  

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[Staff Announcement]  Promotion of Seth Carter at JMX Brands

Seth Carter has been promoted to product management and innovation (PMI) manager at JMX Brands, the largest online retailer of Amish furniture and home décor.  Carter joined JMX Brands in July 2020 as a product category manager for bedroom furniture and served as Eco Friendly Digs manager prior to his recent promotion to PMI manager. “Seth is a supportive, collaborative and inspirational leader,” said JMX Brands CEO Jim Miller. “He challenges his team to clear and ambitious goals, digs in to support them, and holds them accountable for results.” As PMI manager, Carter will lead the PMI team in increasing competencies in ecommerce, strategic marketing, product management, and vendor relationships. He recently relocated from the company’s Sarasota headquarters to its location in LaGrange, Ind., which will allow for more personal contact with Amish vendors. Carter holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management from Indiana University East. He won the 2020 Rookie of the Year award, which honors one JMX Brands employee annually for making an immediate impact on the company’s growth and success. 

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[Expansion]  Atlas Fiduciary Financial Accelerates Growth With New Office in Downtown Sarasota

Atlas Fiduciary Financial, a unique boutique firm working directly for clients, has opened a new office at 1577 Fruitville (on the corner of Orange and Fruitville). More consumers understand that a Fee-Only Fiduciary signs a legal oath to provide advice (hourly fee, project fee, or AUM, depending on the client's needs). Unlike many advisors paid in part by the companies whose products they recommend, Atlas Fiduciary Financial does not accept commissions, trips, referral fees, or any compensation from outside sources. The advice is free of bias, objective, and based upon merit, using an analytical, scientifically based evaluation of the client’s options. When asked about the firm’s vision, Mattia responded, “We are building the financial advisory firm of the future. Where the client is the only boss. Where the financial advisor is educated in finance, not sales. Where recommendations incorporate the science behind investment theory and household economics. Where the goal is to protect the client and help them make optimum decisions for their best life. Only then will consumers understand the true benefits of working with a financial professional.” 

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[Announcement]  New Addition to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Mounted Patrol Unit

The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Mounted Patrol Unit is debuting its newest horse, Roscoe. Roscoe is a 10-year-old Belgian Draft Horse, standing at approximately 18 hands tall. He was acquired in March and immediately began an accelerated training regimen with the agency’s mounted patrol deputies. Roscoe has quickly become a natural fit within the unit due to his calm demeanor and easy-going disposition. He will soon be assisting with increased patrols on Siesta Key during spring break as well as holidays and special events throughout the year. “It is thanks to continued support from the community that we are able to keep our unit well-staffed, trained, and equipped with amazing animals,” commented Special Operations Captain Bryan Ivings. “Roscoe is already a valuable asset and will be a natural leader for the other horses.” The Mounted Patrol Unit is comprised of seven horses, two full-time deputies, five part-time deputies, as well as a barn technician. Both the horses and staff work out of a recently constructed barn located in Nokomis. 

Shown: Roscoe of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Mounted Patrol.

[Fundraising]  Art Avenue Auction Raises $50,000 for Second Heart Homes

Art was an avenue for expression and compassion recently in Sarasota. An auction at Art Avenue helped generate awareness about the link between mental health and homelessness, and raised funds for housing and serving homeless people. Paul Sykes of Art Avenue hosted a reception and auction this past month that generated $50,000 for Second Heart Homes, a Sarasota-based nonprofit that provides permanent homes for 36 formerly homeless men and women. Second Heart Homes offers clients housing, love and supportive services that promote mental health, sobriety, dignity and personal development. The Art Avenue event featured a painting by Sarasota artist Vicki Chelf, whose “Women of Resistance” series honors women, including those who contributed to the Resistance during World War II. The piece, Second Heart Angel, honored Megan Howell, founder and director of Second Heart Homes, who resists the notion that homeless people are incapable of changing their lives. Proceeds from Chelf’s work and other pieces – including art by Second Heart Homes client Nicholas Rentschler – will help the nonprofit reduce the impacts of homelessness. 

Shown: Local artist Vicki Chelf, gallery owner Paul Sykes and Second Heart Homes founder Megan Howell stand next to Second Heart Angel, the Chelf piece de resistance painting honoring Howell as part of her Woman of Resistance series.

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[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Van Wezel: Mansion Of Dreams Starring Illusionist Rick Thomas , April 11, 7pm

This is a journey never to be forgotten. MANSION OF DREAMS is the crowning achievement of the multi-award-winning Master Illusionist, Rick Thomas. He has the unique ability to transport his entire audience to a mystical and riveting world unlike their own, and it is all found within the walls of his Mansion of Dreams. Stunning magic, extreme comedy, exquisite dancers and an inspiring story are woven into one of the most amazing productions ever to be seen on stage and television today. Mansion of Dreams will take place on Monday, April 11 at 7pm.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Concert Association: Music Matinees: The GS Duo , April 13, 1pm

A longstanding community outreach program, Music Matinees feature accomplished area-based musicians who perform an array of musical styles. Concerts take place on Wednesdays from noon to 1pm in David Cohen Hall, Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center. The GS Duo will take place on April 13. The award-winning GS Duo formed in early 2010 during their undergraduate classical studies at Stetson University. Flutist Angela Galestro and guitarist Jonathan Smith offer a diverse repertoire of classical, jazz, Latin American and popular music. The group won second place in The American Prize Chamber Music Competition, making them the only two-person chamber music ensemble to earn a top prize in this category.

[SOON]  MUSIC: La Musica International Chamber Music Festival: From Darkness into Light , April 13, 7:30pm

Concert IV, From Darkness into Light, will take place on April 13, 2022 at 7:30pm at Sarasota Opera House. Single concert tickets are $50. There will be a pre-concert talk with Robert Sherman at 6:45pm. Mozart’s dark and stormy piano quartet may have deterred its publisher, but it showed the way from the Classical to the Romantic – so Tchaikovsky owes Mozart (and Florence) for his inspiration. This souvenir is beyond festive – think 1812 without the cannons. Wolfgang Mozart, Quartet for Piano and Strings in G Minor, K. 478, Zoltan Kodály, Serenade for Two Violins and Viola, Op. 12, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, String Sextet in D Major, Op. 70, Souvenir de Florence. Benny Kim, violin; Ruth Lenz, violin; Daniel Avshalomov, viola; Cynthia Phelps, viola; Dmitri Atapine, cello; Christine J. Lee, cello; Wendy Chen, piano.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens: Strings Con Brio , April 13, 6pm
A concert by Strings Con Brio will be preformed with the complimentary backdrop of Robert Mapplethorpe's body of work. The performance will echo the symmetry, beauty and compositional form of the Mapplethorpe exhibit currently on display at The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.

Marie Selby Botanical Gardens

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: The Ringling: Corporeal Decorum by Liony Garcia , April 14 – April 16, 11am and 7:30pm

Liony Garcia is a dancer and choreographer based in Miami, FL. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New World School of the Arts. As a performer, he has worked with BodyTraffic (LA) performing choreographic works by Guy Weizman and Roni Haver (NL) and Barack Marshall. Locally he's worked under the direction of Alexey Taran with Bistoury Physical Theater and is a founding member of Rosie Herrera Dance Theater. Liony is currently a dancer in Brigid Baker’s WholeProject. He’s worked director Celia Rowlson-Hall on her latest short film entitled Swamp Lake. He's recently worked with filmaker, Claudio Marco Tulli on his film installation, Blasting Pixels. As a solo performer, Liony has performed at Mana Contemporary , International Noise Music Conference and most recently at Bas Fisher Invitational, along with modular furniture designer Deon Rubi. This performance will show on April 14, 15 and 16 at 11am and 7:30pm.

[SOON]  FOOD: Mote Marine: SEAsonal Tasting at Nathan Benderson Park , April 14, 6pm-9:30pm

Enjoy delicious food during this special event at Nathan Benderson Park celebrating restaurants of University Town Center (UTC) and benefiting Mote Science Education Aquarium (Mote SEA), your future neighbor in the UTC community on Thursday, April 14 from 6pm to 9:30pm, Finish Tower at Nathan Benderson Park (event takes place outside). Ticket price is $125.

[SOON]  GALLERY: SPAACES Gallery: The Queue: Beyond The Surface , April 15 – May 7, Gallery hours.

The Queue: Beyond The Surface, A Solo Exhibit by Nneka Jones. In this exhibition, Nneka Jones comments on topics such as identity, stereotypes and the digital age. Jones embeds and camouflages portraiture, making some of her subjects almost unrecognizable. Contrasting technological symbols, such as barcodes and QR-codes, with the soft edges and skin tones of the figure, Jones creates a timely discussion on humanism vs. futurism. She brings to light a growing struggle to maintain true identity in the face of our highly influential social media sites. Jones believes social technologies create a digital mask ultimately causing issues with mental health and social segregation. She aims to magnify these issues in the hope of starting conversations surrounding identity and unity. Opening Night Reception is Friday, April 15th, 2022 from 6pm to 8pm. Open Exhibition Dates are April 16th through May 7th By Appointment Only.

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Contemporary Dance: In-Studio Performance Series featuring Natalie Helm , April 15 – April 16, 7pm

"Bach Immersion III," A collaboration performance featuring Leymis Bolaños Wilmott and Anna Zwanzig (photographer). Natalie Helm explores J.S. Bach’s Six Suites for Solo Cello as they’ve never been experienced: through a multi-sensory interactive performance, which Helm titles Bach Immersion. Over the course of this three-part concert series, the audience will travel into each Suite’s unique world through a live musical performance alongside a myriad of other art disciplines, including dance, painting, photography, spoken word, fashion design, and food. With guest artists collaborating with Natalie and interpreting the music in conjunction with the audience, Bach Immersion will create a unique and one-of-a-kind experience. This performance will take place on Friday April 15th and Saturday April 16th 2022 at 7pm and its Virtual Stream will take place on Saturday, April 16th at 7pm.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: 1st Annual "Remember When" Vintage Car Show at Water's Edge of Bradenton , April 17, 10am-2pm

The 1st Annual “Remember When” Vintage Car Show will be held Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 10am to 2pm at newly renovated Water’s Edge of Bradenton. This event is FREE to the public! Come join us for Classic Cars, Great Food, Cool Beverages, Door Prizes & Free Giveaways, Craft Vendors and Classic Music from the 50's, 60's, and 70's. We also welcome you to take a tour of the 37-acre campus and experience the over 19,000 square feet of amenities that Water’s Edge of Bradenton has to offer residents. If you have any general questions about the event, please contact Helena at 941-757-2311. To schedule a tour of the property in advance, please contact Theresa at 941-705-4584. Vehicle Registration: If you would like to pre-register your classic car for the event, please download the event flyer at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dqe7wcrSJoPfnVwE_SMn-Hziusnhm1DF/view?usp=sharing. Complete and return the form on the second page of the flyer along with your $10 donation. You may also register your vehicle on the day of the event at the show with a $15 donation. 

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe: Broadway in Black , March 9 – April 24

Honoring the significant contributions of African Americans over the years on the “Great White Way” is “Broadway in Black.” Broadway musicals have charmed the world for decades; WBTT salutes that genre with an original revue by Nate Jacobs – who will direct – that was first presented in the summer of 2017. Sing along with your favorite songs from award-winning shows and breakthrough roles that helped launch the careers of such African-American artists as Melba Moore in “Purlie,” Ben Vereen in “Pippin,” Jennifer Holliday in “Dreamgirls,” and Nell Carter in “Ain’t Misbehavin’.” It’s Broadway, WBTT style! Jacobs will direct; resident choreographer Donald Frison will take the production to the next level with thrilling new choreography. Show runs from March 9 to April 24, 2022. Ticket sales are scheduled to begin in the late summer. Call the Box Office at 941-366-1505 or visit westcoastblacktheatre.org.

[SOON]  MUSIC: Sarasota Orchestra: Great Escapes: Saddles of the Silver Screen , April 20 – April 23, 5:30pm, 7:30pm and 8pm

Grab your cowboy boots and hat for a ride through the soundtracks of beloved TV and movie Westerns on Wednesday, April 20 at 5:30pm, Thursday, April 21 at 7:30pm, Friday, April 22 at 5:30pm, and Saturday, April 23 at 8pm at Holley Hall. Enrico Lopez-Yañez leads the musical caravan of selections from The Lone Ranger, Annie Get your Gun, Silverado, and more.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sarasota High School Theatre: Footloose the Musical , April 20 – April 23

Sarasota High School Theatre's Footloose the Musical will show April 20-23, 2022. When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, he is prepared for the inevitable adjustment period at his new high school. But he’s not prepared for the rigorous local edicts, including a ban on dancing instituted by the local preacher, who is determined to exercise control over the town’s youth. When the reverend’s rebellious daughter sets her sights on Ren, her roughneck boyfriend tries to sabotage Ren’s reputation, with many of the locals eager to believe the worst about the new kid. The heartfelt story that emerges pins a father longing for the son he lost against a young man aching for the father who walked out on him.

[SOON]  SEMINAR: Arts Advocates Gallery: Monthly Speaker: The Architecture of Mote's New Aquarium , April 21, 11am

April 21, 2022, 11am, The Architecture of Mote’s New Aquarium – A Mote Marine curator and a member of the architectural design team will discuss the spatial and aesthetic requirements of the new Mote Science Education Aquarium (Mote SEA). Arts Advocates is keeping a close eye on the COVID-19 situation and will decide whether their monthly speaker programs will be in-person luncheons at Bird Key Yacht Club or held via Zoom as each event nears. These programs are open to the public. Visit ArtsAdvocates.org for more information.

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Asolo Repertory Theatre: Knoxville , April 23 – May 11, Varies.

The world premiere of Knoxville is made possible by a generous grant from The Roy Cockrum Foundation. This moving and innovative new musical reunites the dynamic Tony Award-winning creative team behind Ragtime, one of the most beloved musicals of all time. Based on James Agee’s autobiographical, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, A Death in the Family, the story begins as Agee struggles to write his greatest work—about the event that touched his young life and the effect it had on his mother, his town, and his own future. A powerful illumination of the forces that shape who we are, Knoxville is a universal coming-of-age story about family, faith, and love—and about the boy who will grow up to write it. With a sweeping musical score and an extraordinary creative team and cast, this world premiere is a must-see event. Contains mature themes. Recommended for age 10+. Knoxville will show April 23 - May 11, 2022 with Previews April 15-22, 2022.

[SOON]  FESTIVAL: Chalk Festival: Giving Challenge Fundraising Event , April 26 – April 27, 12pm-12pm

The Giving Challenge is an exciting 24-hour ONLINE event made possible because of generous donors who will match YOUR donation, up to $100, when you donate online between April 26-27, noon to noon to the Chalk Festival. The Chalk Festival is only made possible because of so many wonderful people, like you, willing to do their part, so collectively, we all can do a lot. Your donation will help us provide free tickets to the underprivileged, host artists locally and from around the world, host group projects, renovate the world record, and create the Chalk Festival giving tribute to the marvels of the natural world and the human imagination. The Giving Challenge is Presented by the Community Foundation of Sarasota County with giving strengthened by The Patterson Foundation, as well as support from Charlotte Community Foundation, Harbor Style, Herald Tribune Media Group, iHeart Media, John S. and James L Knight Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation, William G. and Marie Selby Foundation and Suncoast News Network.

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Contemporary Dance: Cuban Project: Historias , April 28 – May 1, 7pm and 2pm

“Mi Historia, Tu Historia, y Nuestra Historia” (My Story, Your Story, Our Story). In “Cuban Project: Historias” Artistic Director Leymis Bolaños Wilmott dives into her family history, investigating her parents’ forced migration through the world’s largest political exodus of children, known as Operation Pedro Pan. Through original sound sculpting by José G. Martínez and thought-provoking movement research, this production explores personal stories, decision making, displacement, and the Cuban-American experience. Cuban Project: Historias will take place Thursday, April 28, 2022 through Saturday, April 30th at 7pm and Sunday, May 1 at 2pm. Tickets are $10 - $45. Available Virtually Friday, April 29th, 2022 through Sunday, May 1st, 2022. Virtual Tickets are $25.

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