Issue:  Vol. 48 / No. 8 / 22 February 2018

Oh, Mary!

Out & About

Tinsel Tarts in a Hot Coma @ The Hypnodrome Thrillpeddlers performs Scrumbly Koldewyn and Pam Tent's new, full-length restored version of The Cockettes' 1971 wacky drag musical comedy on the 42nd anniversary of the original production. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru June 1. 575 10th St. at Bryant. (800) 838-3006.
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What is the derivation of the phrase, "Oh, Mary?" It doesn't take a sleuth to recognize the relationship between camp and Catholicism, between Pagan and Passover seasonal rituals and…well, any other stuff that might pop up in the future; robot fatted calves, zombie butter sheep. Who can say? It's Spring. Can we all agree on that?

Thankfully, comic, cantankerous, and even sincere celebrations take place, whether you're into hunky Jesuses, furry bunnies, or a little of both.


Events March 28–April 4, 2013

Thu 28

A Deeper Shade of Blue @ Century 9 SF Centre

Dazzling new documentary about the history of surfing. Also at other NorCal cinemas. $10.50-$12.50. 7:30pm. 835 Market St.

Flower Show @ Macy's

Annual colorful large-scale floral displays, this year with an Asian theme. In-store events, fashion shows and other events thru the run, including a floral demo with Billy cook (Mar 28, 2pm), a National AIDS Memorial Grove Art exhibition (on the main floor), and designer Bouquet of the Day displays. Thru April 7. Geary St at Union Square.

GLAAD SF Kick-off Party @ Cityscape

Meet National Spokesman (out gay fab actor-singer) Wilson Cruz at a meet & greet where you'll find out how to buy tickets, tables, become a sponsor, auction donor for the upcoming 24th annual awards ceremony (May 11), and support the group's efforts toward equal representation in media. 6pm-9pm. 333 O'Farrell St.

Guys and Dolls @ Julia Morgan Theatre, Berkeley

Berkeley Playhouse stages the classic Loesser Swerling/Burrows musical comedy about oddball romances between New York gamblers and missionaries. $17-$60. Thu-Sat 7pm. Sat 2pm. Sun 3pm. Thru April 28. 2640 College Ave., Berkeley. (510) 845-8542.

Human Rights International Film Fest @ YBCA

Weekly screenings of compelling films about worldwide rights struggles. Reportero follows a Mexican journalist through risky areas. $8-$10. 7:30pm. Thru Mar. 28. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St.

Matt Alber

Matt Alber
@ Swedish American Hall

The marvelous gay singer-composer performs with The Cello Street Quartet. Feona Jones opens. $20. 7:30pm. 2170 Market St., (above Cafe Du Nord). 861-5016.

Onegin @ War Memorial Opera House

San Francisco Ballet's encore performances of last year's romantic ballet hit, choreographed by John Cranko, and based on the Pushkin novel, and set to a score by Tchaikovsky. $15-$175. 8pm. Various dates/times, thru Mar. 28. 301 Van Ness Ave. 865-2000.

The Resurrection of She @ Brava Theatre

Rhodessa Jones' new music play about women's lives hidden from mainstream society. $15-$30. Thu-Sat 8pm Sun 3pm. Thru April 7. class=txt16normal>2781 24th Street at York. 641-7657.

Science of Color Nightlife @ Cal. Academy of Sciences

Celebrate color with arts displays and interactive areas at the weekly museum party. Music, DJs, cash bar. $10-$12. 21+. 6pm-10pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.

Sean Dorsey Dance

Sean Dorsey Dance @ Dance Mission Theater

The Secret History of Love, Dorsey's dance-monologue work based on the intimate oral histories of LGBT seniors, returns. $10-$25. Thu-Sun 8pm. Sat & Sun also 4pm. Thru Mar. 31. 3316 24th St. at Mission.

Shih Chieh Huang @ YBCA

Taiwanese artist's colorful installations create sculptural ecosystems from found objects. $8-$12. Exhibit thru June 30. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St. 979-2787.

Sing-Along Disney's Beauty and the Beast @ Castro Theatre

Be oiur guest, with the musical animated film. Mar. 27-April 5, 7pm, also 2:30pm Mar. 30/31 (no shows April 1 & 2). $8.50-$15. 429 Castro St. 621-6120.

Strange Shorts

Strange Shorts @ Oddball Films

Visions of Verses: Poetry in the Dark, a collection of odd short filmed poetic moments. March 29: Antique Animal Antics, strange "funny" films with animals, including Mae West Meets Mr. Ed. Each $10, 8pm. 275 Capp St. 558-8117.

Tinsel Tarts in a Hot Coma @ The Hypnodrome

Thrillpeddlers performs Scrumbly Koldewyn and Pam Tent's new, full-length restored version of The Cockettes' 1971 wacky drag musical comedy on the 42nd anniversary of the original production. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru June 1. 575 10th St. at Bryant. (800) 838-3006.


Fri 29

Better Than You @ The Marsh

Kurt Bodden's satirical solo show pokes fun at self-help gurus. $15-$50. Fri 8pm. Sat 8:30pm. Thru Mar. 30. 1062 Valencia St. at 22nd. 826-5750.

The Bus

The Bus @ New Conservatory Theatre Center

James Lantz' drama about two boys living in a rural conservative church town who have romantic rendezvous in an abandoned bus. $14-$45 (also pay what you can nights). Wed-Sat 8pm. Sun 2pm. Thru April 28. 25 Van Ness ave, lower level. Also tours May 3-11 in Central California.

The Chairs @ Exit Theatre

Cutting Ball Theater's production of Eugene Ionesco's new translation of the satirical play about some allegedly priceless chairs, and the greedy connivers who fight over them. $10-$50. Thu 7:30pm. Fri-Sat 8pm. Sat also 2pm. Sun 5pm. Thru Mar. 31. 277 Taylor St. 525-1205.

The Coast of Utopia @ Ashby Stage, Berkeley

Shotgun Players performs Shipwreck and Voyage, two parts of Tom Stoppard's shipwreck utopian trilogy, about Russian pre-Revolutionary artists and lovers, in repertory. $8-$35. Wed & Thu 7pm. Fri & Sat 8pm. Sun 5pm. Thru April 21. 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. (510) 841-6500.

Fallaci @ Berkeley Repertory Theatre

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright/journalist Lawrence Wright's intriguing two-person play dramatizes an interview with real-life journalist Oriana Fallaci, whose career included ferocious questions put to world leaders, but who reacts differently when the pointed questions are aimed at her. $14.50-$89. Tue, Thu-Sat 8pm. Wed & Sun 7pm. Sat & Sun 2pm. Thru April 21. Roda Theatre, 2015 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 647-2949.

Foodies, the Musical @ Shelton Theater

Morris Bobrow's musical comedy revue of songs and sketches about food. $32-$34. Fri & Sat 8pm. Open run. 533 Sutter St. (800) 838-3006.

Friday Nights @ De Young Museum

Season 9 of the popular weekly early evening museum parties commences, with live music and performance, exhibit-themed workshops and food and drinks. 5pm-8:30pm. Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive. 750-3600.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch @ Boxcar Theatre

New local production of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's popular transgender rock operetta, with multiple actor-singers perfoming the lead, including Katya Smirnoff-Skyy, Jason Brock, Arturo Galster and Trixxie Carr. $25-$40. Wed-Sat 8pm. Also Sat 5pm. Extended thru April 13. 505 Natoma St. 967-2227.

Janis Ian

Janis Ian
@ Freight & Salvage, Berkeley

Grammy-winning singer, who's also an out lesbian, performs at the popular nightclub; Diana Jones opens. (, $30-$33. 8pm. 2020 Addison St. Then, on Mar. 30 at the Dance Palace, the scenic oceanside venue. $16-$32. 8pm. 50 B St., Point Reyes. 663-1075. (

K-11 @ Roxie Cinema

Goran Visnjic, D.B. Sweeney and Kaye Del Castillo star in Jules Stewart's compelling film about inmates at Los Angeles County Jail's LGBT unit. $6.50-$10. Thru March 29. 3117 16th St.

The Mountaintop @ Luci Stern Theatre, Palo Alto

TheatreWorks' production of Katori Hall's drama about the last night of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life, including an unusual encounter with a hotel maid who's not who she seems. $23-$73. Tue & Wed 7:30pm. Thu-Sat 8pm. Sat & Sun 2pm. Sun 7pm. Thru April 7. 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. (650) 463-1960.

Planet Booty @ Bottom of the Hill

The Oakland funky fun band performs; Super Adventure Club and Spirit Animal open. $10-$12. 9:30pm. 1233 17th St.

The Real Americans @ The Marsh Berkeley

Dan Hoyle returns with his acclaimed solo show with multiple characters based on his travels to the most liberal and conservative regions of America. $25-$50. Fri 8pm. Sat 5pm. Thru April 6. 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley. 826-5760.

Sing-Along Jesus Christ Superstar

Sing-Along Jesus Christ Superstar @ Victoria Theatre

Holy holla; enjoy a participatory screening of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice rock musical classic, with a pre-show and Chunky Jesus Contest (ASL-interp) hosted by Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Storm Florez; proceeds going to the Trans March. $15-$35. 7pm. 2961 16th St.

Spring Dance Concert @ College of Marin

Student concert of new dance works. $10-$15. 8pm. Also March 30, April 5 & 6. James Dunn Theatre, 835 College Ave., Kentfield. 485-9385.

The Waiting Period @ The Marsh

Brian Copeland returns with his popular solo show about chronic depression and his near-suicidal thoughts while awaiting a gun permit. $30-$50. Fri 8pm. Sat 5pm. Thru Mar. 30 (100th performance!). 1062 Valencia St. at 22nd. 282-3055.

Zombie Christ Haunted House @ Former Tower Records

Feyboy Collective, Calamus Fellowship, Comfort & Joy and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence present a parody of haunted houses, with queer Pagan reflections on the holiday, living exhibits and frivolity guaranteed to delight and offend! $10-$20. Fri & Sat 9pm-12am. March 31 Easter Sunday T-dance 4pm-7pm. 2278 Market St.


Sat 30

The Art of Dr. Seuss @ Dennis Rae Fine Art

Fascinating intimate exhibit of rarely seen hand-made hats and other works (prints, paintings, sculptures and drawings) by Theodor Geisel, the author/illustrator of the immensely popular children's books. 781 Beach St. 292-0387

As You Like It @ La Val's Subterranean, Berkeley

Impact Theatre's production of Shakespeare's crossdressing romantic comedy. $10-$25. Thu-Sat 8pm. Thru Mar. 30. 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley.

Beach Blanket Babylon @ Club Fugazi

Musical comedy revue, now in its 35th year, with an ever-changing lineup of political and pop culture icons, all in gigantic wigs. Reg: $25-$130. Wed, Thu, Fri at 8pm. Sat 6:30, 9:30pm. Sun 2pm, 5pm. (Beer/wine served; cash only). 678 Beach Blanket Babylon Blvd (Green St.). 421-4222.

China's Terracotta Warriors @ Asian art Museum

The First Emperor's Legacy, an exhibit of ten of the famous life-size sculptures of guards of China's first emperor, and 100-plus other treasures from 2,200 years ago. Free-$22 ($10 Thu eves, 5pm-9pm). Tue-Sun 10am-5pm. Thru May 27. 200 Larkin St. 581-3500.

Corpo Insurrecto

Corpo Insurrecto @ Performance Art Institute

Guillermo Gomez-Peña, Roberto Sifuentes and Erica Mott's performance project, subtitle The Robo-Proletariat, full of characters like an aging deviant shaman, a Neo-Aztec priest making romantic religious tableaux vivants with a goat, a flamenco drag king and an Oil Spill Madonna. $20. 8pm. 75 Boardman St. 501-0575.

Eric Fischl @ San Jose Museum of Art

Exhibit of a dozen-plus large paintings, and other works by the prominent post-modern neo-realist. Thru May 12. Also Rising Dragon: Contemporary Chinese Photography. Thru June 30. 110 South Market St.

The Happy Ones @ Magic Theatre

Bay Area premiere of Julie Marie Myatt's play about a 1970s appliance store owner in Orange County who's life gets upended. $22-$45. Wed-Sat 8pm. Tue 7pm. Sun 2:30pm. Thru April 21. Fort Mason Center, Bldg. D, 3rd floor. 441-8822.

Jason Brock

Jason Brock @ Martuni's

The gay singer with a powerful vocal talent performs X in the City, his story-song show about The X Factor, ex-boyfriends and more. $25. 7pm. Also, Mar 30, 7pm and April 6, 5pm & 7pm. 4 Valencia St.

Kehinde Wiley @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

New exhibit, The World Stage: Israel , a series of vibrant portraits of Middle Eastern and African men, created by the gay artist. Thru May 27. Also, The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, a group exhibition of fascinating photos from 1936-1951 taken by members of the progressive collective that documented the eras of postwar struggles, McCarthy blacklists, and urban life. Other exhibits (California Dreaming and Black Sabbath) ongoing. Free (members)-$12. Thu-Tue 11am-5pm (Thu 1pm-8pm) 736 Mission St. 655-7800.

The Kinsey Collection @ Museum of the African Diaspora

New exhibit of works: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey, Where Art and History Intersect offers an inspirational journey through five centuries of African American history. Thru May 19. Free-$10. Wed-Sat 11am-6pm. Sun 12pm-5pm. 685 Mission St. at 3rd. 358-7200.

Magnificent Magnolias

Magnificent Magnolias @ SF Botanical Garden

New seasonal exhibit of colorful floral displays, with special events, for evening adult events, lectures, classes, and kids events. Thru March. Also, beautiful floral drawing exhibit of watercolor works by Ernest Clayton. Thru April. $2-$15. 9am-7pm. 9th Avenue at Lincoln Way, Golden Gate Park. 661-1316.

Out of Order Seder @ Contemporary Jewish Museum

Hip-hop musical re-imagining of the Four Sons story, inspired by the Kehinde Wiley exhibit; gourmet dinner, wines galore and live music. $100-$125. 7pm. 736 Mission St.

Reasons to be Pretty @ SF Playhouse

Local production of Neil Labute's dark comedy about superficial "beautiful" straight people. $30-$100. Tue-Thu 7pm. Fri/Sat 8pm. Sat 3pm. Thru May 11. Kensington Park Hotel, 2nd floor, 450 Post St. 677-9596l.

Rene Capone @ Live Art Gallery

A Boy Named... an exhibit of gay-themed works by the local artist. 151 Potrero Ave. 263-0980.

Tarot: Art of Fortune

Tarot: Art of Fortune
@Modern Eden Gallery

Large group show of 75 artists' interpretations of the entire deck of Rider-Waite Tarot cards. Thru April 9. Tue-Sat 10am-6pm. 403 Francisco St. 956-3303.

Various Exhibits @ California Academy of Sciences

New exhibits and planetarium shows with various live, interactive and installed exhibits about animals, plants and the earth. Special events each week, with adult nightlife parties most Thursday nights. $20-$30. Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm. Sun 11am-5pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. 379-8000.

We Live Here @ SF Public Library

San Francisco 1960s-1970s, a new exhibit of historic local photos by photojournalist Phiz Mezey. Thru June 2. Jewitt Gallery, lower level, 100 Larkin St.


Easter in the Park

Sun 31

Easter in the Park @ Dolores Park

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence's annual concert and holiday celebration, with bonnet and Hunky Jesus contests, plus live bands and drag acts, this year with a circus theme. 11am kids events. 12pm-4pm adults. Trash exorcism on March 30, 12pm-3pm; volunteers welcome.

Girl With a Pearl Earring @ de Young Museum

Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis, a new touring exhibit of Dutch Masters paintings, drawing and etching; Thru June 2. Also, Eye Level in Iraq: Photographs by Kael Alford and Thorne Anderson, thru June 16. Also, Objects of Belief from the Vatican, thru Sept 8. Also, artist fellows Andy Diaz Hope and Laurel Roth's triptych mural, The Conflicts, a contemporary tribute to ths historic Unicorn Tapestries. $10-$25. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:15pm. (til 8:45pm Fridays) Thru Dec. 30. Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive. 750-3600.

Lesbian/Gay Chorus of SF @ Martuni's

Something Foolish, the chorus' witty revue of April Fool's and Easter-themed comic songs. 4pm. Also April 1 at 7pm. 4 Valencia St.

Outlook Video @ Channel 29

The monthly LGBT news show boradcasts two episodes this time, with segments on world gay rights, Rainbow World Fun, Chick-fil-A protests, other civil rights issues and musical performances. 5pm. Also streaming online.

SF Hiking Club @ Mitchell Canyon

Join GLBT hikers for a 9-mile hike on Mt. Diablo. Beginning at the Mitchell Canyon trailhead, hike the Little Giant Loop which circles Eagle Peak and Twin Peaks through beautiful forest and open spaces; many colorful wildflowers. Bring layers, hat, sunscreen, sturdy boots, water, lunch. Carpool meets 8:45 at Safeway sign, Market & Dolores. 794-2275.

Summoning Ghosts:
The Art of Hun Liu

Summoning Ghosts: The Art of Hun Liu @ Oakland Museum

Exhibit of haunting paintings by the U.S.-based Chinese artist. Thru June 30. Also, Beth Yarnelle Edwards: Suburban Dreams a photo exhibit of 22 large-scale evocative portrait/tableaux of California families. Thru June 30. Wed-Sun 11am-5pm (Fri til 9pm). Thru June 30. 1000 Oak St. (510) 318-8400.

Sunday's a Drag @ Starlight Room

Donna Sachet and Harry Denton host the weekly fabulous brunch and drag show; special Easter Bonnet Contest, with performers and audience invited to show off their holiday hats. $45. 11am, show at noon; 1:30pm, show at 2:30pm. 450 Powell St. in Union Square. 395-8595.

Mon 1

Animation Exhibits @ Walt Disney Museum

See biographical exhibits about Walt Disney, early sketches and ephemera from historic Disney movies. Frequent lectures and film screenings. $5-$20. 104 Montgomery St., The Presidio.

California Native Plant Bloom @ SF Botanical Gardens

Seasonal flowering of hundreds of species of native wildflowers in a century-old grove of towering Coast Redwoods. Free-$15. Daily thru May 15. Golden Gate Park. 6612-1316.

Monday Musicals @ The Edge

The renovated bar now shows fun musicals each week, with Broadway touring performers occasionally stopping by to sing, too. 7pm-2am. 2 for 1 cocktail, 5pm-closing. 18th St. at Collingwood.

Piano Bar 101 @ Martuni's

Sing-along night with talented locals, and charming accompanist Joe Wicht (aka Trauma Flintstone). 9pm-1:30am. 4 Valencia St. at Market.

Ten Percent @ Comcast 104

David Perry's talk show about LGBT people and issues. Mon-Fri 11:30am & 10:30pm. Sat & Sun 10:30pm.


The Queens of Boogie Woogie

Tue 2

The Drag Show @ Various Channels

Stu Smith's weekly LGBT variety show features local talents, and not just drag artistes. Channels 29 & 76 on Comcast; 99 on AT&T and 30 on Astound.

Funny Tuesdays @ Harvey's

Ronn Vigh hosts the weekly LGBT and gay-friendly comedy night. One drink or menu item minimum. 9pm. 500 Castro St. at 18th. 431-HARV.

Music Recitals @ SF Conservatory of Music

Student and faculty recitals of classical, renaissance and contemporary music. April 2, 8pm: Duos by student composers. April 4-6: Die Fledermaus, Strauss' opera. $15-$20. April 4-6 7:30pm. April 7, 2pm. 50 Oak St. at Van Ness Ave.

The Queens of Boogie Woogie @ Yoshi's, Oakland

13th annual concert of rousing women performs: Lady Bianca, Sue Palmer, Dona Oxford and Wendy deWitt. $17. 8pm. 510 Embarcadero West, Jack London Square. (510) 238-9200.

Without Reality There Is No Utopia @ YBCA

Group exhibit/installation of politically-themed art focusing on the clash of Capitalism/Communism, propaganda/disinformation, financial lies and truths, and other global issues. Free/$10. Thru June 2. 701 Mission St. 979-2787.


photo: David Allen

Wed 3

Candlelight Flow Yoga @ LGBT Center

David Clark leads various yoga poses and practices, plus meditation and breathing exercises. Bring your own mat and water bottle, etc. $10. 7pm-8:30pm. 1800 Market St.

Carnival! @ Eureka Theatre

42nd Street Moon theatre company performs Bob Merrill's jaunty music about a girl who falls in love with a carnie. $25-$75. Wed- 7pm. Thu 7 Fri 8pkm. Sat 6pm Sun 3pm. Thru April 21. 215 Jackson St. 255-8207.

Conversation 6 @ SF Arts Commission Gallery

SF-based Jason Hanasik and Amsterdam artist Berndnaut Smilde's dual installation about home, dislocation and impermanence, which includes Smild'e fascinating indoor clouds. Thru April 27. Main gallery, 401 Van Ness, Veterans Bldg. Hours Wed-Sat 12pm-5pm.

Legendary: African American GLBT Past Meets Present @ GLBT History Museum

Exhibit focusing on African American words, images and sounds that connect inspirational commentary by local queer community leaders with historic artifacts. Thru April 2013. Another new exhibit, Migrating Archives: LGBT Delegates From Collections Around the World, features historical items from nearly a dozen countries and archives, each showcasing an archive of prominent LGBT person. $5. Reg hours Mon & Wed-Sat 11am-7pm. Sun 12pm-5pm. 4127 18th St.

On the Clock @ SF Public Library

On the Clock: A Playful Guide to Working Life, a new exhibit in the Skylight Gallery, 6th floor. Will Durst performs Elect to Laugh on April 3 (in the Koret Auditorium, lower level). Exhibit thru May 31. 100 Larkin St.

Steven Slatten @ Martuni's

The New York comic singer performs his witty show, Obsessive Compulsive Broadway, with Daniel Allan and accompanist Ben Prince. $7. 7pm. 4 Valencia St. at Market.



Pharoah Sanders

Thu 4

Alfred Hitchcock Films @ Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley

Screening of the major works of the master of cinematic suspense. Tonight, The Wrong Man. 7pm. Thru April 24. $5.50-$13.50. UC Berkeley Art Museum, 2575 Bancroft Way, Berkeley. (510) 642-1124.

Comedy Bodega @ Esta Nocha

The weekly LGBT and indie comic stand-up night. 8pm-9:30pm. 3079 16th St. at Mission.

The Life and Times of Tede Matthews @ GLBT History Museum

The Life and Times of Tede Matthews, Poet and Revolutionary; historian Greg Youmans presents a talk about his biography of the gay activist, performer and Modern Times Bookstore cofounder, with video clips and a discussion. 7pm. 4127 18th St.

Pharoah Sanders @ Yoshi's

Grammy-winning legendary jazz saxophonist and John Coltrane collaborator performs with his trio band. $21-$32. 8pm & 10pm. Also April 5 & 6. 1330 Fillmore St. 655-5600.

Reel to Real Nightlife @ Cal. Academy of Sciences

The fascinating museum's weekly nightlife event; Music, cash bar, DJed music and entertainment. This week, exhibits and screenings about the scientifc magic of cinema. $10-$12. 21+. 6pm-10pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park.

San Francisco Magic Parlor @ Chancellor Hotel

Whimsical Belle Epoque-style sketch and magic show that also includes historical San Francisco stories; hosted by Walt Anthony. with optional pre-show light dinner and desserts. $40. Thu-Sat 8pm. 433 Powell St.

Tubesteak Connection @ Aunt Charlie's Lounge

Retro disco tunes and a fun diverse crowd, each Thursday; DJ Bus Station John plays records. $4. 10pm-2am. 133 Turk St. at Taylor.





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