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WEEKEND’S

HORNED DORSET Looks Back, Forward

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One of Horned Dorset partner Kingsley Wratten’s latest paintings is a rumination on the Obama Administration. He, a painter, and partner Harold Davies, a poet, have been “fascinated with the interconnectedness of the arts” since meeting at Colgate in 1964.

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atskill Choral Society presents Handel’s masterpiece “Messiah” with G. Robert s Kolb directing. Tickets, $10 students, $15 seniors, $20 adults. 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 11. Also Saturday at 4 p.m,. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 4319090, www.catskillchoralsociety.org.. PEACH PERFORMANCE:

Performance Plus presents a live version of Roald Dahl’s “James and the Giant Peach.” By donation. 7 p.m. Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12, 2 p.m. Sunday, May 13. 49 West Kortright Church Rd, East Meredith. Info, www.westkc.org.

Below, as Harold, watches, chef Aaron Wratten prepares to serve “a simple country pate.”

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favorites from 35 years ago back on the menu, among them Supreme de Poulet Fermier – freerange chicken, Mornay (light cream sauce with Gruyere), Archiduc (paprika, onions and cream) or Milanese (proscuitto, mushrooms and white wine.) Kingsley’s son, Aaron, a Paris-trained chef, calls it “mid-century cuisine, before we tried to lighten it up.” But the nod the past is only half the story. The Please See COLONY, B4

hey met at Colgate in 1963, in a DrydenPope seminar, two English majors. Kingsley Wratten, painter, was a senior. Harold Davis, a poet, was studying for his master’s. Even in their first discussions, said Kingsley – whose wife of the future, Rebecca, would be a musician – “we were fascinated with the interconnectedness of the arts.” The partners have covered a lot of territory since then – since 1977, as partners in the celebrated Horned Dorset, which reopened Wednesday, May 9, after a year’s hiatus, in time for Mothers’ Day Weekend, (and as developers of a oceanside resort on When the roof of Crandall’s General Store, right, collapsed and the building went up for tax sale, the the Puerto Rican coast.) partners bought the building and reopened it as The Longtime patrons will no doubt be delighted to discover some of the original Horned Dorset in 1977.

Letterman-Like ‘Late Night Oneonta’ Piques Interest Of Non-SUNY World By LIBBY CUDMORE ONEONTA

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he camera is cued and the audience claps. Brian Storey, wearing a dark grey suit with a green tie, looks natural behind the desk

IF YOU WATCH: For past shows, go to yourtube.com and type “Late Night Oneonta’ in the search line. of the set of “Late Night Oneonta” as he waves to the crowd. He even has the swoop of talk

show host hair across his forehead. “I have fun up here,” he said. “And I think that shows.” Taping the last show of the semester the other night – and his last ever – Storey interviewed Greek of the Year Claire Connelly and gave his last Please See TV, B2

Graduating senior Brian Storey has been making quite a name for himself as host of “Late Night Oneonta.”

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HIT MUSICAL: Orpheus

Theatre presents “Hairspray.” 8 p.m. Goodrich Theatre, SUNY Oneonta. Also Sunday, May 13 at 2 p.m. Info, tickets, (607) 432-9392, www.orpheustheatre.org. GARDEN PARTY: Cro-

quet, Maypole dancing, hat making and music. Free. 1-4 p.m. Saturday, May 12, Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 5475098. FIREMAN’S BENEFIT:

Spoonbread headlines The Volunteer Fireman’s Ball to benefit area fire departments. also featuring Hobart Pipe and Drum and HBO’s Andy Henrickson. $25. 8 p.m. Saturday, May 12, Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontatheatre.com FREE FOR MOM: Popps

Butterfly Conservatory invites mothers to tour the conservatory for a free. Sunday, May 13, Route 7 Oneonta. Info www.oneontabutterflies.

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“Late Night Oneonta” Co-Producer Kara Olney, right, oversees the crew in the monitor room. Others, from left, are technical director Kelly Zdanowicz, teleprompter operator Courtney Oberlies and audio engineer Andrew Saliski.

The Novelty Lounge? Never! TV/From B1 “Top Ten” list, “Things to Do Before You Leave Oneonta,” including visiting the Novelty Lounge – which Storey says he’s never done – eat cold cheese pizza, and skinny dip in the Hunt Union pond. “I know you all want to,” he said to the cheering audience. “Late Night Oneonta” airs on The Wire, SUNY Oneonta’s public access channel, but has also turned up on Channel 23, Cooperstown and Oneonta’s public access channel, 9 p.m.-midnight, seven days a week, where it

had been generating comment in Otsego County’s viewing public at large. Storey took over for the previous host earlier this semester and his affability and charm, along with the high production value, helped spark that local attention. “People are starting to talk about it in the community,” said Wire Club adviser and producer Jared Stanley. “We’ve been trying to morph away from a club and into a functioning TV studio,” he said. “We’ve got news, sports talk, short Please See TV, B3

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‘Late Night’ Draws Life Audience TV/From B2 films and talk shows. We’ve got ambitious students taking the role of producing content.” “Late Night Oneonta” was the brainchild of Kara Olney, now a junior, in the fall 2011 semester. “The show’s come a long way,” she said. They’ve gone through a few hosts, but the set crew remains steady, in

contrast to other shows on Wire, which allows crew to sign up at will. Her most notable crew member, sophomore Ryan Whitten, started as a cameraman and talent manager before moving up to co-producer. “And it’s the only show people come and watch,” she said, gesturing to the live audience. Olney writes the show, which consists of inter-

views, musical guests, short skits, top ten lists and “quad questions,” where students are stopped and asked questions that Storey admits “they usually get wrong,” and Whitten rewrites. Storey writes his own monologues, which he bases on

“weird news” and humor. Guests can email the show to ask to be interviewed or to be the musical guest. His interview with Cathy, a woman who works in the dining hall, made her a minor celebrity on campus, even landing her an

interview with the student newspaper, The State Times. “That was one of my most powerful interviews,” said Storey. “She was the sweetest woman, and she used it as a chance to thank all of her students. That’s when I realized this show has a

purpose.” In a campus poll, “Late Night Oneonta” ranked as the highest rated show on campus. “People come up to me and tell me that they like what I do,” said Storey. “It has a nice impact,” said Stanley.

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Artists At Horned Dorset Colony Will Do What Artists Do – Create COLONY/From B1 restaurateurs may be turning to their culinary origins, but they are also turning their establishment on a novel course. True to those first discussions, the partners are adding “& Colony” to “The Horned Dorset Inn.” Art colony, that is. In the new few weeks, the first of six artists – the full complement will include painters, writers and musicians – will arrive in this hamlet of a few dozen people just west of Unadilla Creek, about a half-hour from Cooperstown or 45 minutes from Oneonta. From now until October, they will do what artists do – create – in one of a half-dozen homes, mostly clapboard with black shutters, that the partners have acquired over the years. At the top of the hill, the Horned Dorset owners have their own house, and beyond and beside that are 300 acres that include a vegetable garden that serves the restaurant, hops – a novelty, apple orchards, a barn where the original horned Dorset sheep were tended, and long views of the valley

– just starting to green – that separates Otsego and Madison counties. In his studio above the garage behind his house, there’s proof that Kingsley Wratten will be right at home in the new venture: Thought-provoking images on vividly colored canvases are stacked against the wall or set against an easel. Two large canvases, one of a distracted Barack Obama rang-

ing Gotham with the Empire State Building in one hand, the other of Michelle with the daughters, communicate the uncertainly of the first term. Driving down the hill back to Route 8, Kingsley’s Jeep passes a half-dozen homes in various states of renovation that he and Harold have picked up over the years as they came on the market. Each will house

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Harold Davies, right, and Kingsley Wratten, partners in The Horned Dorset, discuss plans to renovate the back of the second floor into a banquet hall, for 70-guest weddings. They have the wood paneling from the lobby of New York City’s Dorset Hotel, demolished in 2000, stored there to be used in the renovations.

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one of the colony’s artists. The partners, including Rebecca, have applied for 501(c)(3) status – Cooperstown attorney Bob Schlather is handling the paperwork – seeking nonprofit status. Once such issues are resolved, the public might expect an reception sometime later this year to meet and artists view their creations. But for now, the focus is on the restaurant, the centerpiece of most of Wratten and Davies’ careers. After meeting at Colgate, Kingsley – he was raised in Earlville, and his grandfather had bought an apple orchard in Leonardsville as a getaway – showed Harold the hamlet for the first time. Then Wratten went off to the Yale School of Art in Norfolk, Conn., and he and Rebecca then taught at Madison Central School. Davies sought a Ph.D. at Syracuse, then taught there, while further developing culinary skills. The years went by, the friends kept in touch, and the old Crandall General Store, its roof fallen in, went up for sheriff’s auction. The

partners bought it, invested sweat equity in its repair, and opened the restaurant – traditional French cuisine, a la Julia Child – in 1977, which before long was drawing from as far away as Syracuse and Albany. The Italianate on the corner – it’s actually a Co-

lonial farmhouse, “gussied up” in the late 1800s for a wedding – was converted to a B&B, so patrons could avoid late-night drives to distant homes. In 1987, the partners expanded the lodging piece to Puerto Rico, developing The Residences Please See COLONY, B5

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Even Edmund Wilson’s Disdain Didn’t Deter Partners From Idea Of Art Colony COLONY/From B4 at Horned Dorset Primavera in Rincon. “The idea was to have the best of both worlds,” said Kingsley. Through it all, the concept of an artists’ colony remained very much alive. At one point, the men made a pilgrimage to Talcottville, where Edmund Wilson scoffed at the idea, saying, “The painter has as much to say to the writer as a plumber does to a carpenter.” (The painter and writer disagreed, but kept their opinions OTSEGO.life to themselves.) Wilson later Harold Davies recounts how the mantel on mentioned the idea derogatorily the Garden Room fireplace was rescued from in his memoir, “Upstate.” a garage in Syracuse. Much of the material Undeterred, the partners used to renovate the original Crandall’s Genclosed the restaurant for the 2011 eral Store came from demolished buildings, season, in part to plan the colony, including a black and white marble floor from a Cooperstown mansion. which is now ready for launch. and local products as much as possible. The restaurant is still a very In the kitchen a short while later, Aaron central to the concept, as Aaron explained was removing “a simple country pate” from the other day. In addition to reviving items on the original menu, he is remaining true to a baking pan, and he served up samples – topped with a red-onion marmalade – to the original “greening of America” idea – it the gathering. Indeed, The Horned Dorset took the rest of the U.S. a while to catch up is back. with the concept – and uses fresh produce

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WORKSHOP – 9:30 a.m.noon. “Setting Goals for My Family and Myself” Identify goals and steps to achieve them. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta Info, (607) 432-2870. ROUNDTABLE -- 11 a.m..-2 p.m. Discussion of cheese and value-added dairy products. Lunch provided. Pre-register by May 7. Info, registration, Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties (607) 547-2536, X-226. TAI CHI – 4-5 p.m. Green Earth Community Room, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-6600. GOP DINNER -- 6 p.m. social hour, 7 p.m. dinner. 63rd Annual Republican Dinner. Speakers Wendy Long, Senate Candidate, Chris Gibson, Congressman. The Otesaga Resort Hotel, 60 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, RSVP Dorothy Rathbun, (607) 547-9093 or Sheila Ross, bsross124@gmail.com. TASTING -- 6:30 p.m. Beer and Wine tasting, benefit auction for Hartwick Athletics. $35 per person, $60 per couple. Stella Luna Ristorante, 58 Market St., Oneonta. Info, Duncan Macdonald, (607) 431-4032. BOOK SIGNING -- 7 p.m. Author Lesley Diehl talks about writing murder mysteries. Signing to follow. Free, open to the public. Village Library, 22 Main St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8344. BOOK SIGNING -- 7 p.m. Marilou Trask-Curtin discusses, signs her latest book “Dreaming of the Dead.” Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St., Oneonta. Info, www.mariloutrask-curtin. com. POETRY -- 7 p.m. Word Thursdays featuring Philip Fried and Julian Stannard. Open mic to follow. Bright Hill Literary Center, 94 Church St., Treadwell. Info, (607)829-5055. GIG -- 8 p.m. The Justice League performs The Who’s ‘Tommy’ in full, with encore of classic Who hits. $6 advance, $9 day of show. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontatheatre.com

Friday, May 11

RUMMAGE SALE -- 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Garden and home items, clothing, toys and jewlery. First Presbyterian Church, 296 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 4324286. SENIOR SOCIAL -- 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Water aerobics, cardio and Parkinson’s Disease presentation by Steve Page. Free. Oneonta Family YMCA, 20-26 Ford Ave., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0010, cgomezfrye@oneontaymca.org. CONCERT -- 10:30 a.m. Julia Robinson, first OCA Young Artist program performance. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, Hannah Lamont, (607) 746-7261. GOLF TOURNAMENT -- 12:30 p.m. registration. Four-person scramble, cash prizes, long drive, straight drive and closest to pin contest. $70 includes cart, green and dinner. Oneonta Country Club, 9 Country Club Dr., Oneonta. Info, (607) 4321333, x-125, csmith@medcoach.com. CELEBRATION PROGRAM -- 2 p.m. ‘Sing and Celebrate’ performances by each class. Center St., School, 31 Center St., Oneonta. ART OPENING -- 5-7:30 p.m. Photography and framing by JoAnn Bertone. The Green Earth, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 434-0798. THEATER -- 7 p.m. Performance Plus, “James and the Giant Peach.” By donation. 49 West Kortright Church Rd, East Meredith. Info, www.westkc.org. ROLLER DERBY -- 7 p.m. Mother May I? bout between the Derailing Darlings and the Wonderbrawlers. $10 adults, $3 children. Interskate 88, 5185 Rte. 23, Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0366, skate@interskate88. com. CHORUS – 7:30 p.m. Catskill Choral Society presents “The Messiah.” Tickets, $10 students, $15 seniors, $20 adults. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 431-9090, www. catskillchoralsociety.org. CONCERT – 7:30 p.m., Taylor 2 Dance Company. Oneonta Concert Association. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta . Info, tickets (607) 433-7252.

DANCE -- 7:30-10 p.m. Doubleday Dancers Western Square Dance Club May dance. Bob LaBounty calls the Plus dance. $5. Cooperstown Elementary School, Walnut St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 264-8128.

Saturday May 12

OPENING DAY -- 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Cooperstown Farmers Market. Demonstrations, free seeds to first 150 Moms. Bounty of seasonal fruits and veggies, local meats, fresh fowl, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, maple syrup, sweet treats. Handmade goods. Pioneer Alley (behind Key Bank), rain or shine. Info, (607) 5476195, www.otsego2000.org BOTTLE DRIVE – 9 a.m. Cooperstown Scout Troop 1254 monthly bottle drive. Please leave deposit bottles and cans curbside, Cooperstown. For special pickup, call (607) 547-1310. ONEONTA FARMERS MARKET – 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Oneonta Winter Farmers Market, through May. Wide selection of area goods. Main St. Garage walkway. Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 437-0158, www.OneontaFarmersMarket.com OPEN HOUSE – 9 a.m.-1 p.m. National Train Day. Tourist railroad information and networking. South Columbia Station, Richfield Springs. Info, www. ucsvroute.com. FLY FISHING – 9 a.m.-noon. Craig Buckbee teaches gear, equipment and basic casting methods. Pre-registration required by May 8. Info, registration. (607) 547-2366, Marcie@ otsegolandtrust.org. BAG SALE – 9 a.m.-noon. First Presbyterian Church, 296 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-4286. LECTURE – 9:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m. “The Vaccine Controversy,” Dr. Ronald Schultz and the Healthy Dog Project. Fenimore Art Museum auditorium, 5798 NY 80, Cooperstown. Free. Info, registration, healthydogproject@ me.com. PROM SHOWCASE -- 10 a.m.3 p.m. Lelani’s showcases prom line with live models, refreshments and giveaways. Leilani’s, 205 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 441-5115. WORKSHOP -- 10 a.m.-noon. Container gardening and other alternative methods. $5, preregistration required by May 9. Education Center, Cornell Cooperative Extension, 123 Lake St., Cooperstown. Info, registration, 607-547-2536, ext-0. BOOK SIGNING -- 1-3 p.m. Megan Brown signs her book “Witch War.” Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main Street Oneonta. Info, (607) 433-8898. GARDEN PARTY -- 1-4 p.m. Croquet, Maypole dancing, hatmaking and music. Free. Hyde Hall, 267 Glimmerglass State Park Rd., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-5098.

CHORUS -- 4 p.m. Catskill Choral Society presents “The Messiah.” Tickets, $10 students, $15 seniors, $20 adults. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 431-9090, www.catskillchoralsociety.org. BIRD WALK -- 5 p.m. Audubon Society trip to view wetland birds. Meet at the Stewart’s store, Rt. 20, Sharon Springs. Info, Bob Donnelly, rsdonn@ yahoo.com. GIG -- 6:30-8:30 p.m. Party of Two with special guest Judy Pitel performs jazz, Broadway, opera and pop. Free. Elm Park United Methodist Church. Info, 401 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 434-0798. THEATER -- 7 p.m. Performance Plus, “James and the Giant Peach.” By donation. 49 West Kortright Church Rd, East Meredith. Info, www.westkc.org. CONCERT – 8 p.m.; preparty 6 p.m.; DJ Post-party, 10 p.m. Hartwick College Dept. of Music presents Rock Orchestra. Family-friendly event! $20, $15, $10. Foothills Performing Arts Center, 24 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 431-2080, foothillspac.org MUSICAL – 8 p.m. Orpheus Theatre presents “Hairspray.” Goodrich Theatre, SUNY Oneonta. Info, tickets, (607) 432-9392, www.orpheustheatre.org. BENEFIT -- 8 p.m. Spoonbread headlines The Volunteer Fireman’s Ball. Benefits area fire departments. $25. Oneonta Theatre, 47 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontatheatre.com

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BUTTERFLY GARDEN -- Mothers visit free. Popps Butterfly Conservatory, Rt. 7, Oneonta. Info, www.oneontabutterflies. com BIRD WALK -- 8 a.m.-noon. Audubon Society trip to view warblers and songbirds. Pine Lake Parking Lot, Davenport. Info, Eleanor Moriarty, (607) 435-2054. AFTERNOON TEA -- 1-4 p.m. CANO Mother’s Day tea. Music by Julia Robinson. Community Arts Network of Oneonta (CANO), Wilbur Mansion, 11 Ford Ave., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-2070. WALK -- 1:30 p.m. Wildflower walk to pick Garlic Mustard. Bring trowels and appropriate footwear for a swamp. Potluck lunch to follow; bring a dish to pass. Butternut Creek at Elmwood, 133 Peet Rd., Morris. Info, reservations, Jack Maier, (607) 263-5411. MUSICAL – 2 p.m. Orpheus Theatre presents “Hairspray.” Goodrich Theatre, SUNY Oneonta. Info, tickets, (607) 432-9392, www.orpheustheatre.org. MORE CALENDAR, B-8

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WILDFLOWER WALK -- 10 a.m. Jean Miller Memorial Wildflower Walk. Beach area, Gilbert Lake State Park. Info, Barbara Marsala, (607) 9887805. EXHIBITION -- 6:30 p.m. “On Tap: Craft Brewing in Otsego County,” featuring beer tastings from the Cooperstown Brewing Company, Brewery Ommegang, and Butternuts Beer & Ale. Cooperstown Graduate Program Exhibition Gallery, 5838 State Route 80, Cooperstown. Info, Kelly Mustone, (603) 4403162, kellymustone@gmail.com. POETRY -- 7 p.m. Gary Stephens reads and signs his collection “The Studflaps of Straus Park.” Green Toad Bookstore, 198 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 433-8898, michele@ greentoadbookstore.com. BEE KEEPERS – 7 p.m. Bee-keeping Club, every third Thursday. Hartwick Community Center, 450 Cty. Road 11 (East Main), Hartwick. Info, Mark Johnson, (607) 282-0190.

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Thomas J. Mirabito, Sr., 93; Business, Civic Leader, Former Sidney Mayor SIDNEY – Thomas J. Mirabito, Sr., 93, who laid the foundation for a family company to grow into Mirabito Energy, the regional oil and gasoline retailer and distributor, passed away Wednesday, May 2, at Wilson Regional Medical Center in Johnson City. He was born in Norwich, on Jan. 17, 1919, one of four sons of Vincenzo (James) and Rosa (La Greca) Mirabito. Tom graduated from Norwich High School in 1938, a member of the 1937 football team that was undefeated, untied and unscored upon. He was also an avid tennis player throughout his life.

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1981. He served as Sidney village trustee (1948-53) and mayor (1953-61 and 1967-71), and president of both the Sidney Industrial Improvement Corp. (1962) and the Sidney Development Corp. (1962-76), and was chairman of the Sidney Industrial Development Agency (1978-84). He was one of the four original members of the Route 7 Association that later became Interstate 88, and first chairman of the Sidney Area Hospital Foundation. He served on the SUNY Oneonta College Council (1963-75), and also was a director in Tri-County Mo-

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tor Club, Oneonta YMCA, Pathfinder Village, TriCounty Valley Coalition, First National Bank and NBT Bank; he was currently an Honorary Director of NBT Bancorp. He was president of Sidney Rotary Club (1965), a Paul Harris Fellow and district governor for Rotary District 717 (1984-85). He was president of the Delaware County Cancer Society (1975-76) and a founding father of the United Way of Sidney. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus Council #4937 in Sidney, and a parish council trustee. He won Sidney

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