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hullABAloo June 29th
SATuRDAY FARMeRS MARKeT
June 30th-September 22nd
Munch & MovieS
August 17th-September 7th
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Add to all this mud-slinging runs, concerts in the park, bike races, home tours and we’ve got a jam-packed season sure to keep you grinning from ear-to-ear all summer long. Many kudos to C3 Events for their yearround efforts that produce enriching and entertaining events for us. Sincere thanks to our customers, neighbors, sponsors and performers. Without you, none of these
June 29, 3:30 – 10pm
June 30 – September 22, 10am-2pm NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market
It’s hard to believe we are celebrating our fifth Hullabaloo! This one-night-only-sodon’t-you-dare-miss-it street festival is a party that has it all—toe-tapping music, thrilling bike races, mouth-watering food, tasty libations, kid-tested fun and more, all in the heart of NorthWest Crossing’s charming neighborhood center. Friday, June 29, 3:30 to 10pm.
And why spend a beautiful Central Oregon summer evening indoors watching a movie? NorthWest Crossing’s Compass Park is again the host site of the popular Munch & Movies outdoor cinema series, spanning four weeks in late summer (August 17 to September 7).
Clip this handy event calendar so you’re always in the know about happenings in and around NorthWest Crossing. And for more details on any of these events, please visit www.nwxevents.com. See you around the ‘hood soon!
NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo, presented by COUNTRY Financial
ccording to Mr. Webster, a hullabaloo is defined as “a great noise or excitement;” an uproar, if you will. Here in NorthWest Crossing, we call it the best darn way to kick-off summer.
And this is just the first of many fun, family-friendly events taking place in the ‘hood this summer! Our fourth season of the Saturday Farmers Market unfolds the Saturday morning following Hullabaloo (June 30, 10am to 2pm) and we couldn’t be more excited about the organic growth naturally taking place with this soulful weekly event in our neighborhood. Due to popular demand, we’ve expanded the market to a whopping 13 weeks this year, so be sure to enjoy every one of them!
NorthWest Crossing Event Calendar
June 30, 11am
Bendistillery Mud Run and Filthy Frolic
Tour des Chutes Cycling Event
Twilight Tunes, free concert in Compass Park
July 20-22 & 27-29 COBA Tour of Homes
Cascade Lakes Relay incredible events would be possible. We appreciate your support and look forward to a summer full of fun, community gathering, music, art, movies and conversation. Sincerely, —The development team at NorthWest Crossing
Oregon Bicycle Racing Association Crit Championships
Fridays, August 17 - Sept 7 NorthWest Crossing Munch & Movies
Twilight Tunes, free concert in Compass Park
2012 USA Cycling Masters Road National Championships
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presented by Friday, June 24th
FRIDAY, JUNE 29TH - 3:30-10PM THE 5TH ANNUAL NORTHWEST CROSSING HULLABALOO, PRESENTED BY COUNTRY FINANCIAL IS AN EVENING CELEBRATION AS UNIQUE AS ITS NAME. THIS UNOFFICIAL KICK-OFF TO SUMMER FEATURES FOOD, FUN, MUSIC, BIKE RACES AND MORE, ALL IN A FRIENDLY, STREET FESTIVAL ATMOSPHERE. IT’S A PARTY AND EVERYONE IS INVITED!
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Co-Presented by The Garner Group and Carrera Audi, with musicians hosted by the NorthWest Crossing Builders Guild
Anastacia is a singer songwriter who moves through musical genres like a fearless explorer traveling the world. Familiar sounds of Americana, folk rock, bluegrass and a hint of eastern spice, drive Anastacia's expression of external and internal observations creating a vehicle for her storytelling. Anastacia composes her music and filters it through her long-time band members weaving a unique and unlikely combination of sounds such as banjo, saxophone, stand-up electric bass and violin. Anastacia creates an expansive atmosphere through her dynamic voice and style of delivery. Poetry and music collide to ignite an uplifting, thought-provoking, high-energy experience.
3 Leg Torso creates charming, elegant and daring modern chamber pop music infused with equal parts tradition and innovation. Since the ensemble's humble start in 1996 with spontaneous street performances, they have been featured on National Public Radio's All Things Considered and at the San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival, successfully toured the east and west coasts, released four CDs (two with New York spoken word artist, NPR contributor and Duplex Planet founder David Greenberger), composed and recorded film and documentary scores as well as licensing music for film and television both in the US and internationally, written new evening length works commissioned by the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA), and performed both their original compositions and their arrangements of traditional music with several symphony orchestras.
Storm Large has been singing and entertaining audiences around the globe for more than 20 years. With her band, She has toured all around the US, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, Iceland and Singapore. Taking a break from rock touring in 2007, she ventured into new territory and played Sally Bowles in Cabaret and fell in love with the theater. In 2008 she wrote a musical memoir, “Crazy Enough” that ran for five sold-out months at Portland Center Stage in 2009 in Portland, Ore. Following its opening success, “Crazy Enough” ran at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival earning rave reviews, and was a featured show at the 2011 Adelaide Cabaret Festival in Adelaide, Australia, and has a Broadway run in the works. Storm was recently in the world premiere of Randy Newman's "Harps And Angels" at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, and with all her free time she has performed several sold-out performances with the Oregon Symphony. She has spent most of the past year as the guest vocalist for Pink Martini, touring the US and Europe. She is also a writer and activist.
Five Pint Mary 5:30pM
Five Pint Mary is Bend’s own hometown Celtic folk-rock band. Upbeat, loud, and rollicking, Five Pint Mary plays their own unique blend of Celtic folk rock with an edge of punk. Drawing from traditional and original Irish/Scottish/New Foundland music by the likes of the Chieftains, the Pogues, the Young Dubliners, Great Big Sea, and Flogging Molly, Five Pint Mary delivers a fresh sound that is rocking and fun.
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A racing start to the NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo!
Whether you pedal a trike, are a hard-core cyclist or a world-class spectator, you won’t want to miss the excitement of racers, young and not-so-young, zooming through the ‘hood.
The 5Th AnnuAl nWX cRiTeRiuM 4:30pM-DuSK The 5th annual NWX Criterium, presented by BendBroadband is back with exciting races for pros, masters, juniors and amateur cyclists. This year’s NEW course provides participants with a broader view of the neighborhood and features a nice long straightaway finish on John Fremont. Visitors won’t want to miss the action and with races starting at 4:30pm and concluding at dusk, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to see some amazing athletes.
The KiDS’ cRiT 3:30pM The Kids’ Crit, presented by Umpqua Bank is a popular race for kids ages 11 and under. This year’s course is around the uniquely round Compass Park, located in the heart of NorthWest Crossing. At approximately 1/3 of a mile, participants are grouped by age, and (starting with the youngest racers first), will complete a number of laps appropriate for their age:
3:30pm - Registration opens at the Start/Finish area on John Fremont Street
3 and under: 1 lap
4:30pm - JUNIORS - 25 minutes
4-5 years old: 1 lap
5:00pm - WOMEN - 35 minutes
6-8 years old: 2 lap
5:40pm - TANDEM - 35 minutes
9-11 years old: 3 laps
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6:25pm - CAT 4/5 MEN - 40 minutes Participation is free but pre-registration is required at the Umpqua 7:15pm - CAT 3 MEN - 45 minutes Bank store located on NW Crossing Drive by noon on Friday, June 29th. The registration form is located online at www.nwxhullabaloo. 8:10pm - PRO/1/2 MEN - 50 minutes HIGH LAKES com. Participants must wear a helmet and meet in Compass Park by ELEMENTARY ids’ Crit, presented by COLTER AVE. If you’re interested in participating, an OBRA License and helmet are 3:20pm. Prizes will be awarded forSCHOOL 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each required. Annual and one-day licenses will be available for purchase. age category. Free ice cream from the Umpqua Bank Ice Cream Pre-registration is just $20 (visit www.centraloregonracing.net for details). L Crossing Drive around OLO Truck provides a veryNOTE: coolNorthWest and yummy finish! DRIV E Compass Park will be blocked off to traffic and Day-of registration is $30. Race produced by Central Oregon Racing.
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Kids Zone The NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo, Presented by COUNTRY Financial, has something for everyone and our Kids Zone this year promises to be better than ever! The Spinsterz! will be back with their zany tricks and towering stilt walkers. We’ll also have an aerial performer, wandering magicians and giant puppets, not to mention a chipping contest from Awbrey Glen Golf Course, beading activities, gardening projects and more!
Hullabaloo Food Court • Parilla Satellite • Taylor's Sausage • Demetri's • Spork • Sage Café • All Mixed-Up • Bonta Gelato • Tata's Fruits • Susie Q's Sweet Things • Famous Kettle Korn • Jem Chocolates
Bluefish Dental is hosting our Kids Stage which will be full of magic, exotic reptiles and music. Take a few minutes to relish this kid-friendly and awe-inspiring entertainment!
DD Ranch will be back to share their cuddly friends in the Petting Zoo while ponies take kids for memory-making rides around the ring. Inflatable bouncy houses and a rock climbing wall round out the fun. Get your face painted, visit Shay Feathers for a fun new hair piece—have fun and dance the night away!
• 4:30 K9 Kings Flying Dog Show— NOT TO BE MISSED! (just east of the Blueﬁsh Dental Kids Stage)
Deschutes Brewery on tap and cocktails inspired by Inspired Leaf Teas.
• 5:00 Interactive Magic Show by Bill the Magician • 5:30 "L-F7 Middle School Rock Band featuring several MBSEF racers • 6:30 Exotic Reptile Show by Reptile Zone, LLC • 7:30 Bedtime Stories with Megan Grifﬁth, Librarian from Seven Peaks
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Open Seating & Tables
Pony Rides Petting Zoo
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Rock Climbing Wall
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Win some wheels!
COUNTRY Financial and NorthWest Crossing are giving away a sweet ride to one lucky young cyclist during Hullabaloo! Enter to win a Specialized Hotrock 20 6-speed valued at over $300 (or trade it in for the bike of your choice at Hutch’s)! Cut out and complete this handy-dandy entry form and return it a local COUNTRY Financial office or visit the COUNTRY Financial booth at Hullabaloo on Friday, June 29th. Winner need not be present to win. Please see www.nwxhullabaloo.com for complete contest rules.
And don’t fret! We’re giving away wheels for the grown-ups too. How does a Porsche sound? Carrera Motors is donating a 48-hour rental of one of their luxury cars for you to enjoy. And what’s more, they’re teaming up with local non-profit, Healthy Beginnings and donating proceeds from raffle tickets to the organization whose mission is to make sure
kids 5 and under get a healthy start in life. Raffle tickets are just $5 each or 5 for $20. With a retail value of $750, this is sure to be a hot ticket item! Tickets are available now at Carrera Motors on Third Street and at The Garner Group located in NorthWest Crossing.
Tickets will also be available to purchase by the Carrera car display at Hullabaloo. The lucky winner will be drawn on the Mainstage before 3 Leg Torso’s performance at 7pm. Winner need not be present to win.
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Get it in gear Introducing and get here! C3 Zero Waste! As a sustainable community, NorthWest Crossing would like to encourage Hullabaloo-goers to consider alternative forms of transportation. For neighbors who bike to the festivities, there will be ample bike parking available next to Pisano’s Pizza; just be sure to bring your own lock!
C3 Events is excited to launch the “Towards Zero Waste” campaign, as they work with local partners to make a huge impact on our
community in terms of preservation. Come visit the “Towards Zero Waste��� stations throughout the event grounds to dispose of your recycling and compost, and chat with the wonderful volunteers in green about the campaign.
The Cascades East Transit system offers bus service to NorthWest Crossing via the #3 route, which operates until the 6:00 hour. And check out Commute Options' new opportunity with DriveLessConnect.com.
The Green Energy Bus will also be offering FREE shuttle service, 4pm – 10pm to and from downtown Bend. Pick-up/Drop off site is 900 Wall Street at the top and bottom of every hour.
Sober Dudes will be available for safe rides home be sure to stop by their booth to learn more. We understand that sometimes, a vehicle is necessary. Parking is available at Summit High School and High Lakes Elementary, as well as street parking. We ask that you be considerate of our residents and their landscaping when parking on the street, taking care not to block driveways.
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A Huge Hullabaloo Thank You…
The NorthWest Crossing Hullabaloo could not be possible without help from the following partners, sponsors and supporters, including all NorthWest Crossing restaurants, businesses, and neighbors!
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Proudly supporting our community for over 30 years
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Saturday, June 30th The 2nd annual Bendistillery Mud Run is a fun event for runners, joggers, walkers, crawlers, or anybody wanting to have a muddy good time. The 5km event is for individuals, pairs (2.5km each), and 5 person teams (do the whole thing together). The Filthy Frolic Mini Mudder is for the kids. Prizes for speed, style, costume, team spirit! Course is located in NorthWest Crossing, on the east side of Mt. Washington Drive. Visit Bendistillery Mud Run on Facebook to register.
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trip). All proceeds benefit the Family Access Network. Don’t miss the upcoming concerts featuring the musical talents of:
The NorthWest Crossing Business Association hosts “Twilight Tunes” concerts in Compass Park. This family-friendly event is catered by the restaurants of NorthWest Crossing and for just $5, you get to fill up your plate with any kind of food you like (limit 1
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2012 northWest crossing Farmers Market Saturdays, June 30th-September 22nd 10am-2pm
presented by Just over four years ago, a tiny seed of an idea was planted. What if our neighborhood hosted our very own farmers market? How cool would that be? Fast-forward four years and the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market is undeniably in full bloom.
year, the Taste of the Season weekly recipe. Each week a new recipe, using ingredients from market vendors will be featured on our website and Facebook page (be sure to LIKE us to stay in the know!), as well as at the market itself.
A weekly ritual for neighbors and the community at large to shop and interact with local farmers and artisans—and each other— the market has exceeded our expectations. Young and old gather and enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of this charming neighborhood market each week throughout the summer.
Much of our market’s success is based on the enthusiastic and hard-working slate of farmers and vendors that serve up fresh produce, meats, cheeses, eggs, flowers, hand-crafted items, and tasty food and drink each week. We’re also grateful to the dedication and year-round work of the C3 Events team for recruiting vendors and coordinating the logistics of the entire season. To our sponsors, partners, neighbors and businesses, thank you for your support of this wonderful event.
Our market stage features talented local, regional and even international entertainers, with sounds that vary each week. Don’t miss our rotation of guest chefs serving up tasty bites and ideas on how to use market bounty in new and unexpected ways. And new this
you to join us each Saturday through September 22nd and experience the soul of the market for yourself.
But of course, a successful farmers market can’t survive or thrive without you! We invite
northWest crossing Farmers Market vendors* pRoDuce:
Eternal Flame Designs
Marquam Hill Berries
Herbal Goddess Medicinals (herbal body care)
Kiyokawa Family Orchards
Doroteum Fine Arts
The Berry Garden
Good Earth Farms
Silver Otter (pottery, jewelry)
The Berry Patch
Bonta Natural Artisan Gelato
Mothers Baked Goods
Inspired Leaf Tea
Les Duex Amis (gluten-free & vegan bakery) Bend Cookie Company
Juniper Jungle Farms
Scooterz Children's Apparel
Amazing Oils (natural essential oils)
Fresh Green Organics
Nature Girl Studio (handmade pottery)
DD Ranch (100% grass-finished beef and natural pork
McKenzie River Farms
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Sand Lilly Farms
Red Tail Farms
Dasimani Foods (organic granola)
Below Grade Brewing
Hood River Sister Farm Center MeATS/eggS:
Precious Cargo Seafood Dancing Cow Farms
Central Oregon Ostrich nuRSeRY/gARDen:
For Your Dog (organic dog treats)
The Village Baker
Whistle Stop Farms & Flowers
Vista Bonita Glass Art
Barcelona Finishing Sauces
Earth's Art Tumalo Garden Market
Hearts Desire (wooden carving)
The Pie Peddler
Nellie Jane Designs (handmade vintage aprons)
Bend Soap Company
Designs By Denese (fused glass art) Tumalo Lavender
Bee Crafty (handmade fabric crafts) LaPetite Savonnerie
T's Tonics (organic skin care)
Kombucha Mama Jem Chocolates
Holm Made Toffee
All Mixed-Up (frozen yogurt)
Chameng Family Farms (flower bouquets) Dining BooThS: Little Bite (baguette sandwiches) Tata's Fruits
Country Boy BBQ *This list may not be complete but represents vendors committed to the market at the time of printing.
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MARKeT cenTeR SpoTlighT:
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Visit, learn and enjoy samples from several local chefs who will be creating delicious dishes from ingredients found right in our market! You’ll also find a few activities for the kids! Look for the market center spotlight at the Information Booth. June 30 Mt. Bachelor Guest Chef July 7
Tetherow Guest Chef Rian Mulligan
July 14 Tetherow Guest Chef Rian Mulligan July 21 Mama Bear Oden's Preschool Kids Acitivities July 28 Good Earth Farms Guest Chefs Aug 4
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Good Earth Farms Guest Chefs
Mama Bear Oden's Preschool Kids Acitivities
Guest chefs from Rockin' Daves and Deschutes Brewery, representing the Bend Community Center's cookbook "Sage in the Kitchen"
Good Earth Farms Guest Chefs
Earths Art Tumalo Garden Market
sponsored by New to the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market is the “Taste of the Season Weekly Recipe,” presented by The Garner Group. Each week we will promote a recipe that features local ingredients from one or more of our Saturday Farmers Market vendors. Our goal is to share with our customers a new recipe that perhaps introduces a new food or technique, help support our local vendors, and have fun sharing ways to celebrate the fresh bounty available at our weekly market. Look for the “Taste of the Season” recipes on the NorthWest Crossing website, blog, and Facebook page, as well as at the Information Booth each Saturday at the Farmers Market. Below is a recipe for a summer salad, courtesy of Bobby Flay and The Food Network. Most of the ingredients can be found at the NorthWest Crossing Saturday Farmers Market! Bon Appétit!
FARMeRS MARKeT MuSic lineup: Fresh food and great music naturally just go together! This year, we’re excited to bring even more free, live, world-class music to your Saturday morning market tradition—right in NorthWest Crossing each week. As you stroll the local food producers, purveyors, and fine artisans, take a music time-out and enjoy the sounds from the best of Bend’s local music scene, along with some regional and international standouts. It’s unlike any other market in the Northwest!
June 30 July 7
July 14 July 21 July 28 Aug 4 Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 25
Sept 15 Tetherow Guest Chef Rian Mulligan
Sept 22 Chili Roasting with Whole Foods
TOASTED ISRAELI COUSCOUS SALAD
with grilled summer vegtables
1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
2 cloves garlic, coarsely chopped
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1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 cup olive oil
12 cherry tomatoes
1 yellow bell pepper, quartered and seeded
Salt and fresZhly ground pepper
2 yellow zucchini, quartered lengthwise
2 green zucchini, quartered lengthwise
6 spears asparagus, trimmed
1 red bell pepper, quartered and seeded
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Tom Grant Duo (Jazz) Vasu
(Instrumental Sound for Movement)
(Layered Jazz/World Music Fusion)
(African Style Marimba)
(Traditional Ghanaian Drum & Dance)
(Caribbean Calypso & Reggae from Jamaica)
Buck and The Diggs
(Rock and Singer/Songwriter)
Moon Mountain Ramblers
(Soulful Bluegrass & Swing)
Hilst and Coffey
(Guitar and Cello Duo)
(Traditional Brazilian with Modern Jazz)
The Sweet Harlots
(Americana, Folk and Irish)
(Singer and Songwriter)
(Andean Folk Music)
1/4 cup basil chiffonade (stack leaves, roll in a cigar shape and cut crosswise into thin strips) 1/4 cup coarsely chopped flat-leaf parsley 2 tablespoons olive oil
1 pound Israeli couscous Vegetable stock, heated Hot water, to cover
In a small bowl, whisk together the vinegar, mustard and garlic, slowly add the olive oil and whisk until combined. Season with salt and pepper. Pour 1/2 the marinade over the vegetables and let sit at room temperature for 15 minutes. Preheat the grill. Remove the vegetables from the marinade and grill the vegetables until just cooked through. Cut the zucchini and peppers into 1/2-inch pieces, cut the tomatoes in half. Heat the olive oil over medium-high heat, add the couscous and toast until lightly golden brown. Cover the couscous with the hot stock and hot water and bring to a boil, cook until al dente and drain well. Place in a large serving bowl, add the grilled vegetables and herbs and toss with the remaining vinaigrette. Serve at room temperature.
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neW! geT YouR noRThWeST cRoSSing MARKeT ToTe BAg, BY SARA BellA upcYcleD. Stylish, upcycled market totes from NorthWest Crossing’s own Sara Bella Upcycled—a limited-edition NWX design! Upcycled from used vinyl banners destined for the landfill, these boxy little bags were given a second life and are the perfect size to carry all your berries, chard, eggs and more! Each is unique, easily wipes clean, and talk about durable!
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The northWest crossing
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BenD, FRee MovieS in coMpASS pARK AuguST 17-SepTeMBeR 7
Compass Park, NorthWest Crossing
presented by Movies shown on the American Family Insurance Dream Theatre With the waning of summer, Munch & Movies picks up with new family friendly festivities starting Friday nights in August. The event officially starts at 6:00pm with live performances by local musicians each night featuring a different musical guest who will double as the MC for the evening. Movies will begin at dusk and include a brief intermission. There will be dinner food, dessert, and kettle korn available from one of many restaurants on site. Come and enjoy free films on the big screen in a beautiful outdoor setting. Be sure to come early to find a good parking spot, and bring a coat as the nights can get chilly. We also recommend you bring a blanket to sit on or a low-backed chair, so it does not block the view of other moviegoers.
Movie: The Lorax Music: Apple Siders
Movie: School of Rock, hosted by Shevlin Dental Music: Cascade School of Music's "School of Rock"
Movie: Kung Fu Panda II Music: JLavik Band
Movie: Hugo Music: Chris Beland
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