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What Can I Do?

I Have Called 24th District On Several Occasions About My Down Stairs Neighbor Having The Building Smell Like Marijuana. I Explain That There Is Kids And Families Who Live In The Building. 24th District Always Tells Me Somebody Will Be There In 15 Minutes & No One Ever Shows Up. It Occasionally Smells Like They Are Smoking & Growing It. And They Still Do Nothing! I Wanted To Know What Else I Could Do In Order To Get Someone Here When There Is A Arroma Of Marijuana In The Air.

  • Children are, for a fact, a nuisance. They scream, cry, run around, whine, and don't give a d*mn about anyone but themselves. Weed, on the other hand, just smells bad. If my mother had an abortion, I also wouldn't be here but that doesn't mean I have to be pro...

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    Children are, for a fact, a nuisance. They scream, cry, run around, whine, and don't give a d*mn about anyone but themselves. Weed, on the other hand, just smells bad. If my mother had an abortion, I also wouldn't be here but that doesn't mean I have to be pro life. The idea that everyone has to like children just because they're children is silly. When you can't afford to live in a house, you have to learn to live with your neighbors. Different things annoy different people. It is completely unrealistic to think the cops are going to come whenever you're slightly inconvenienced.

  • Herecomestheman Beer drinker

    Legalize it, Don't criticize it.

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Space next to Element Green Store?

Anyone know if anything is going in that space next to the Green Element Resale store?

  • No plans for the parcel- hopefully someone will develop and take Green Element - what an eyesore.

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Furniture for sale

My neighbor is moving and is selling some beautiful pieces of furniture. I have never seen anyone listing pictures on this site, so here is a list and if you want to see pictures let me know and I will send them to you.
Furniture Listing:
Armoire—dark wood
3--Metal and upholstered bar stools
2—Chase lounges
Accent table—wood
Coffee Table—wood and glass—two levels
2—Bar stoops--wood

  • Catherine Animal Care Giver and Personal Organizer

    Hi. Do you happen to know of anyone selling or giving away a clean king size bed?

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Theater events: Gift Theatre premieres ‘Bethany'

...show, directed by Fred Anzevino, includes "Threepenny Opera" and "Mahagonny Songspiel" selections as well as Broadway and Hollywood tunes. It opens Monday, Sept. 22. (800) 595-4849 or theo-u.org...

• Idle Muse Theatre Company's version of "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's novel by Jeffrey Hatcher, opens Saturday, Sept. 20, at Rivendell Theatre, 5779 N. Ridge Ave., Chicago. (773) 340-9438 or idlemuse.org.

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...Paul D'Addario star. Previews begin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, at 4802 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. The show opens Oct. 2. $20-$30. (773) 283-7071 or thegifttheatre.org...

...them announces she is pregnant. Performances continue through Oct. 12 at the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. (773) 404-7336 or greenhousetheater.org or route66theatre.org...

...Previews began Friday, Sept. 19, at 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, for Filament Theatre's Midwest premiere of "The Monster in the Hall." David Grieg...

...new revue "A Kurt Weill Cabaret" beginning previews Friday, Sept. 19, at No Exit Cafe, 6970 N. Glenwood Ave., Chicago. The show, directed by Fred Anzevino, includes "Threepenny Opera" and "Mahagonny Songspiel" selections as...

...m. Saturday, Sept. 20, and Sept. 26 and 27 at Holy Covenant United Methodist Church, 925 W. Diversey St., Chicago. Admission is free. From the readings, audiences will select their favorite work, which Artemisa...

...s Words contest Saturday, Sept. 20, and Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted St., Chicago. The finalists include Pat Montley's "Kali Dances"; Laura Jones' "Creative Nonfiction"; Jan O...

• Zoe Schwartz, Joseph Schupbach and Laura McKenzie team up for the sketch comedy show "Totally Cute!" running Friday, Sept. 19, through Sunday, Sept. 21, at Gorilla Tango Theatre, 1919 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. (773) 598-4549 or gorillatango.com.

...Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, remounts its 2013 world premiere of Noah Haidle's "Smokefall," this time in the...

...City Theatre's second production for children 5 and younger, opens Saturday, Sept. 20, at 2933 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. Written and created by artistic director Ernie Nolan, the play is about a party...

...Kinky Boots") and Karen Mason ("Mamma Mia"), perform Monday, Sept. 22, at City Winery Chicago, 1200 W. Randolph St., Chicago, as part of Launching FWD! the inaugural event for the newly created FWD Theatre...

...presents the Chicago premiere of the political thriller, which begins previews Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 615 W. Wellington Ave., Chicago. Associate artistic director Nick Bowling directs the production, which stars Kyle Hatley as Danny...

...in 2006. Performances begin Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place, 175 E. Chestnut St., Chicago. (800) 775-2000 or broadwayinchicago.com...

...is at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the Arts Club of Chicago, 201 E. Ontario St., Chicago. Admission is free, but registration is required. See prairie.org...

...opera using African music and storytelling. This performance at the Skyline Stage on Navy Pier, 800 E. Grand Ave., Chicago, marks the company's Chicago debut. It runs Thursday, Sept. 25, to Sunday, Sept...

...production of Anton Chekhov's "The Proposal" continues Fridays through Oct. 3 at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago. The play about a young man's attempts to propose to his beloved is...

...anonymous donor has donated $100,000 to the Raven Theatre, a respected storefront company at 6157 N. Clark St., Chicago. "In my judgment," the donor wrote, "Raven Theatre has been taking the kind of...

• Tickets are now available for Commedia Beauregard's last production of "A Klingon Christmas Carol," running Dec. 4 to 21 at the Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. Order by Oct. 3 and receive a 20 percent discount. (773) 935-6875 or cbtheatre.org.

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Snow Removal

Does anyone know of a reliable snow removal service for a small 6 unit condo building?

  • id recommend SGS. they are local rogers park guys and provide excellent service. they have several trucks and drivers so they are reliable and fair with their pricing.
    you can contact Frank (773) 807-1528 or Mike (773) 406-4267.

  • I Had To Say It Reality does not equal negativity.

    Maybe ask your neighbors who they use? I often wondered why one company (or only a few) can't do it all in one-fell-swoop rather than converge like a helicopter raid as the various leaf blower ninjas do on a beautiful Summer morning. Maybe they'd offer a large group discount if the neighbors all got together (?).

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Walking Dogs Off Leash in NW Edgewater Glen

There seems to be a little upsurge in this along/around Glenwood, Rosemont, and Wayne.
A neighbor mentioned that she's having difficulty walking her dog who is leash aggressive because they are often surprised by dogs trotting down the street half a block or so ahead of their owners. I haven't had this experience recently, but I usually try to walk my dog when other people aren't out with theirs because mine is a rescue who is terrified by strangers.

Thoughts? Observations?

  • Im going to state the obvious. Call Animal Control right away and give detailed description so they can talk to the owners of the pets. I think the first time is a warning and the second is a ticket.

  • DK Living and Playing in Chicago

    Is it 311 also or?

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Support needed with fundraising for animal welfare

Hello all. As a high school kid I liked running every now and then. I liked the heart pumping feeling while enjoying the view of Lake Michigan. I grew up in my home at Broadway and Granville, from where I would run to the Lake Trail that begins around Thorndale and jog all the way down to Belmont Ave.
A couple years after H.S (Senn High School) an idea of running a Marathon floated around in my head but it...

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Hello all. As a high school kid I liked running every now and then. I liked the heart pumping feeling while enjoying the view of Lake Michigan. I grew up in my home at Broadway and Granville, from where I would run to the Lake Trail that begins around Thorndale and jog all the way down to Belmont Ave.
A couple years after H.S (Senn High School) an idea of running a Marathon floated around in my head but it never was strong enough and I had other priorities. Several years passed and in 2013 I ran the Chicago Half Marathon. After that, I decided to run the full Bank Of America Chicago Marathon in 2014.
One growing desire that I've had is to get involved with Animal Welfare. I love animals, I think they have a lot of love to give and they bring joy to many people. They are also unfortunately the most vulnerable to becoming victims and suffer neglect, abuse, cruelty, etc. They cant defend themselves but there are many people and organizations that stand up for them and bring them happiness. One of those organizations is The Anti-Cruelty Society. They help over 50,000 animals and people every year through its many efforts. They have been around for more than 100 years. I know multiple people who have adopted from them and now have loving 4 legged companions. They always organize wonderful events to raise money and awareness (many of which me and my pet have enjoyed), like doggy street parades, 5K's, Canine Cruises among many others.

I decided that running on behalf of The Anti-Cruelty Society is the perfect way for me to add a little block to the building of a more happy community of animals and people.

I have a goal of raising $1000. Please check out my page: http://tinyurl.com/o8plx6u
No donation is too small, and it will go a long way in helping our tail wagging friends.
If you cant donate money, please share this page with someone who might be able to contribute. We also accept words of support and good vibes.

Thank You.

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Man Arrested for 48th Ward Burglary, May Be Charged With Setting Area Fires

Daniel Grunauer of the 900 block of West Ainslie was arrested by police after a series of fires in the 48th Ward were investigated by area detectives. Mr Grunauer originally denied the charges but after presented with conclusive evidence, he admitted to the burglary and the fire is still being investigated at 5009 N. Sheridan […]

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Heard single gunshot at 10:10 p.m.

Did anyone else hear a single shot a few minutes ago near Hollywood and Ridge? Definitely not fireworks.

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Support Music at Swift School

Help the Swift music department purchase mallets, xylophones, and rolling racks for our bass xylophones to make our music class more mobile.

http://www.donorschoose.org/project/composers-on-the-move/1288655/?challengeid=126734&rf=link-siteshare-2014-09-teacher_profile-teacher_137883

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Edgewater Fall Art Fair Grows Into Second Year!

The lighthouse is the icon of the Edgewater Neighborhood, and fittingly so. It was Rae Ann Cecrle who imagined the symbol of the beacon of light for the steadfast commitment that Edgewater Artists in Motion offers the residents and artists of Edgewater. This fall, Edgewater once again celebrates the cultural diversity that the neighborhood embraces […]

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Beware: IRS telephone scam

Thankfully I have not been called but know many in the DC area who have.
Here's the story:

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/IRS-Reiterates-Warning-of-Pervasive-Telephone-Scam

  • Julia Z-N Andersonville Dog Mama

    I got one of these calls. When I got my laughter under control I told him to( insert word meaning for making water)off! The idiot could barely speak english and had to repeat the word IRS repeatedly before I could figure out what he was saying. The IRS,as well as any other civic,state or federal entity will never call looking for info.

  • I got the same call but in a voicemail message, where they threatened me with legal action if I did not get back to them. I knew it was a scam and looked up the number and followed up some suggested links to report it to the FTC. I reported...

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    I got the same call but in a voicemail message, where they threatened me with legal action if I did not get back to them. I knew it was a scam and looked up the number and followed up some suggested links to report it to the FTC. I reported the call to the FTC. Someone else on the FTC comments section they have for this particular IRS scam said the number was provided by a certain communications company. I wrote to the company on their website detailing the exact report language I had given to the FTC and they said I would no longer get calls from that number. It was a 202 DC area code.

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Chicago Market in Andersonville TONIGHT -- Swedish American Museum

Chicago Market, a brand new community-owned food co-op forming on the North Side of Chicago, will be holding an Information Session TONIGHT, September 18 at the Swedish American Museum Center at 5211 North Clark Street from 7.00 to 8.30 pm.

Come learn about the co-op, meet Chicago Market Steering Committee members and current Owners, and become a Founding Owner. RSVP at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-18.

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Chicago Market's #1000in100 Campaign for 1,000 Owners in 100 days is booming. We now have an incredible...

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Chicago Market, a brand new community-owned food co-op forming on the North Side of Chicago, will be holding an Information Session TONIGHT, September 18 at the Swedish American Museum Center at 5211 North Clark Street from 7.00 to 8.30 pm.

Come learn about the co-op, meet Chicago Market Steering Committee members and current Owners, and become a Founding Owner. RSVP at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-18.

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Chicago Market's #1000in100 Campaign for 1,000 Owners in 100 days is booming. We now have an incredible 476 Owners!

There are ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS left in our campaign. If you've been planning to become an Owner, thinking about it, or on the fence, time is running out!

** For more information, read 7 Reasons Why Families Need Chicago Market
at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/7_reasons_why_families_need_chicago_market

** Check out Momma Cuisine's wonderful blog post about Chicago Market here at http://mommacuisine.com/2014/08/06/chicago-market-wants-to-change-the-way-you-shop-for-groceries/

** Hear our recent WBEZ interview on the Afternoon Shift with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu at https://soundcloud.com/afternoonshiftwbez/chewing-the-fat-icy-treats-desserts-and-food-co-ops

** Or listen to us talk with Patti Vasquez on the Pretty Late show on WGN recently: http://wgnradio.com/2014/08/28/8-26-14-full-show-podcast-chicago-market-co-op-state-senator-dan-kotowski-daphne-scott/

And last but NOT least: Please become a Founding Owner at www.chicagomarket.coop/join

We are deeply appreciative of the Chicago community for its ongoing support in our #1000in100 campaign to recruit 1,000 Owners in 100 days.

Best,
Greg Berlowitz
Project Lead, Steering Committee, Founder
Chicago Market - A Community Co-op
www.chicagomarket.coop
info@chicagomarket.coop

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Employment for high school students

I'm a high school teacher working closely with Juniors and Seniors this year (16-18 year olds) and am hoping to help them find after school jobs. Though we've only known each other for a little over two weeks, I've been incredibly impressed by the maturity of my students and the potential they have. Many of their families are in need of financial support, and these students are hoping to help (and hopefully develop skills and an employment history that will help them in the long run).

Could anyone advise of places that might be hiring this season or in the near future? I'd be happy to write detailed and honest recommendations on their behalf.

  • Thank you all for your suggestions. I'll look into the public library and Chicago parks. Also, thank you JeffHinkson, I'll ask for more information if any of my students are interested/qualified.

    If anything else comes up, please let me know.

  • robin in WRP misanthrope

    Have them contact the Red Cross, and take the babysitting class. The going rate is $10-12/hour

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Andersonville In “Best 10″ Chicago Shopping Destinations By USA Today

Andersonville’s shopping destinations deserve the respect. The passion for keeping it local is abound on this Clark Street corridor. Few chains exist here and that helps bring the flavor that is all its own. Now USA Today names it in the “Best 10″  Chicago Shopping Areas and showcases some favorites such as Brimfield, Scout and […]

  • "The passion for keeping it local is abound on this Clark Street corridor."

    Keep up the good work!

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Paying it forward, $50 off Tuft and Needle Mattress

Hi everyone,

Just moved back to the neighborhood and bought a new foam mattress online from Tuft and Needle. They make them in California and don't use any flame retardant chemicals. It shipped for free, has a 30 day easy return policy (they actually donate the mattress) and I haven't slept so comfortably in years! I'm totally thrilled with the quality. And it wasn't very expensive!

Anyway, they have me a coupon for $50 off to share with friends so I just thought I'd share it unless anyone else was interested. :)

https://www.tuftandneedle.com/r/Ry7ZrJY7

  • 60660Gal loves Edgewater,

    Mathieu..Thank you for your honesty..Its refreshing to hear someone be honest rather then say they are "paying it forward" These codes are all over coupons sites--maybe the are better posted there as EveryBlock prohibits advertising? People trying to rent out there apartments have been flagged--yet theres several of these coupon

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Weekly Update from Your Alderman – September 12, 2014

VERN + VERA: 5856 N. Broadway 

Independent Spirits – Extended Hours: 5947 N. Broadway

Tour begins at Church of the Atonement (5749 N. Kenmore)

48th Ward Office (5533 N Broadway)

Ethiopian Diamond Restaurant  (6120 N. Broadway)

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St. Gert’s GRalley takes place at the intersection of Granville and Glenwood Avenue this Saturday, September 13th from 12pm-10pm. This one-day event welcomes up to an...

Join us Tuesday, September 16 at 5:30 for a Community Open House at Helen C. Peirce School of International Studies, 1423 West Bryn Mawr Avenue. Principal Nancy Mendez and Assistant Principal Colin Murphy will present:

Edgewater Reads: New Little Library Pay a visit to the 48th Ward’s newest little library located at 1472 W. Berwyn Ave. Stay tuned for the next little library build day and add a library of your own!

Diana’s Day Care: 5961 N. Clark

Heartland Health Center: 1300 W. Devon

Granville and Kenmore

Care for Real thanks Miss Lucy Foozie for choosing our organization as the charity partner for the October 9 Bingo for a Cause benefit at Call Bar, 1547 W. Bryn Mawr. Kick off at 7:30pm with cocktail specials and lots of crazy prizes.  RSVP today by clicking here.

back yard at 1420 W. Glenlake (6100N).

Uncommon Ground (1401 W. Devon Ave.)

Winona and Marine Drive (near Foster)

Loyola University (1020 W. Sheridan Rd)

Cabaret on the Lake at Berger- September 12th at 7:30 PM 6205 N. Sheridan Road

Closing: September 13 Rivendell Theatre (5779 N. Clark) Tickets: $15 for previews | $25 for Thursdays and the one Wednesday performance | $30 for Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Pride Films and Plays is offering subscriptions and memberships for 2014-15 for even greater savings.

Edgewater Historical Society Events: 5358 N Ashland

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Four Interior Design Shops to Visit Now

...Baughman, and Paul Evans, as well as steel, bronze, and leather pieces from unknown designers. 5856 N. Broadway, vernandvera.com —Gina Bazer

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...local artist Andrew Stansell, and hand-stitched upholstery textiles by local fashion designer Agnieszka Kulon. 1914 N. Damen Ave., 773-772-3000, michaeldelpiero.com

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Street Named In Honor Of Women and Children First Bookstore

The city of Chicago is designating a block of the street located at Farragut and Clark as “Women and Children First” as an honor to the contributions and commitment the local and independent bookstore has had on the community.  On Oct. 11, 10 a.m. there will be a short ceremony just outside the store to recognize […]

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Chicago Market Andersonville Info Sessions Thursday and Saturday

Chicago Market, a new community-owned food co-op forming on the North Side, will be holding Information Sessions on Thursday, September 18 from 7 pm to 8.30 pm, and Saturday, September 20 from 10.30 am to noon at the Swedish American Museum Center at 5211 North Clark Street.

Come learn about the co-op, meet Chicago Market Steering Committee members and current Owners, and become a Founding Owner.

** RSVP for Thursday evening at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-18.
** RSVP for Saturday morning at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-20....

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Chicago Market, a new community-owned food co-op forming on the North Side, will be holding Information Sessions on Thursday, September 18 from 7 pm to 8.30 pm, and Saturday, September 20 from 10.30 am to noon at the Swedish American Museum Center at 5211 North Clark Street.

Come learn about the co-op, meet Chicago Market Steering Committee members and current Owners, and become a Founding Owner.

** RSVP for Thursday evening at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-18.
** RSVP for Saturday morning at http://www.chicagomarket.coop/info-session-september-20.

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Chicago Market's #1000in100 Campaign for 1,000 Owners in 100 days is booming. We now have an incredible 467 Owners!

There are ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS left in our campaign. If you've been planning to become an Owner, thinking about it, or on the fence, time is running out!

** For more information, check out Momma Cuisine's wonderful blog post about Chicago Market at http://mommacuisine.com/2014/08/06/chicago-market-wants-to-change-the-way-you-shop-for-groceries/

** Read 10 Things Everybody Wants to Know About Chicago Market at: http://www.chicagomarket.coop/10_things_everybody_wants_to_know_about_chicago_market

** Hear our recent WBEZ interview on the Afternoon Shift with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu at https://soundcloud.com/afternoonshiftwbez/chewing-the-fat-icy-treats-desserts-and-food-co-ops

** Or listen to us talk with Patti Vasquez on the Pretty Late show on WGN recently: http://wgnradio.com/2014/08/28/8-26-14-full-show-podcast-chicago-market-co-op-state-senator-dan-kotowski-daphne-scott/

And last but NOT least: Please become a Founding Owner at www.chicagomarket.coop/join

We are deeply appreciative of the Chicago community for its ongoing support in our #1000in100 campaign to recruit 1,000 Owners in 100 days.

Best,
Greg Berlowitz
Project Lead, Steering Committee, Founder
Chicago Market - A Community Co-op
www.chicagomarket.coop
info@chicagomarket.coop

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Choppers?

Anyone know why we're under siege from helicopters? Last night for a while, too. Usually there's a clue if I check all the local news channels' and papers' websites. Really loud right now.

  • DK Living and Playing in Chicago

    Yea that helicopter did linger for awhile didn't it?

  • JeffHinkson Jeff - Crime watcher and avid Bridge player

    last night was definitely the longest I had heard them up there.

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