Go Bronx Magazine Fall 2021

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Magazine FALL 2021

Wave Hill

a publication of: Dear Reader: It’s fall! Sweater weather! An opportunity to finally wear those really cute boots you bought last year but didn’t really go anywhere to show them off, but now you can because we are BACK! Maybe not at 100% yet, but as you can see in the following pages, our cultural partners have created some fabulous events, performances, exhibits — some are in-person and some are virtual. Many are time-ticketed, some need reservations. All are tons of fun. As you make your plans to attend these activities, please continue to take the necessary precautions to stay safe. Wear a mask. Get your vaccine if you haven’t done so already, so you can enjoy some of the best restaurants in The Bronx. Oh, and one more thing, in case you haven’t heard—our Go Bronx Podcast won a WEBBY for “Best Limited Series!” (That’s kinda like the Oscars for the Internet.) I want to acknowledge my co-host and researcher Angel Hernandez and editor George Tucker for all the work they did to make the show great. Hopefully I’ll see you at one of these Bronx activities! Feel free to say hi! Bronxfully yours, Olga Luz Tirado Editor-in-Chief, Go Bronx Magazine Host, Go Bronx Podcast Executive Director, The Bronx Tourism Council

Fall 2021 Olga Luz Tirado Executive Director Sofia Thierfelder Grifoll Deputy Director 851 Grand Concourse, Ste. 123 Bronx, NY 10451 718.590.3518 www.ilovethebronx.com Go Bronx Magazine is a digital publication of The Bronx Tourism Council (BTC). Contents and design © 2021, all rights reserved. Reproduction or alterations without written permission is strictly prohibited. Every effort was made to ensure accuracy of the information in this guide as of press time. However, BTC assumes no responsibility for errors, changes or omissions. BTC makes no endorsement, representation or warranty regarding the suitability, quality or availability of any goods or services advertised or listed in this publication. Listings and advertisements may have been provided by the subject companies and BTC shall not be responsible or liable for any inaccuracy, omission or infringement of any third party’s rights therein, or for personal injury or any other damage or injury whatsoever.

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SATURDAYS, OCT, 9, 16, 23, 30 | 8am - 9am

TUE, OCT 5 | 6pm - 7:30pm



A music pumping, high energy, low impact cardio class with easy to follow fitness choreography. This class will leave you sweating, smiling and having fun. The final 10 minutes of class will consist of gentle standing stretches. All fitness levels welcome. This class will meet in SW corner of the track. FREE Event Van Cortlandt Park Running Track For more information Click HERE SATURDAYS, OCT 9, 16, 23| 4pm - 10pm

BRONX NIGHT MARKET The Bronx Night Market is the largest event series in Uptown, The Bronx, and Westchester County. It attracts thousands every Saturday, April through November, to Fordham Plaza. The series, celebrating culture and cuisine, represents the city’s diverse offerings and supports up-andcoming food concepts, all the while encouraging visitors from the greater New York area and beyond to explore our borough. Join us and support small & local businesses all spring and summer! Pet friendly. Free, Free, Free!

This program is held in conjunction with Eco-Urgency: Now or Never, an exhibition organized by Wave Hill in partnership with Lehman College Art Gallery. In response to the unfolding ecological crises, artists in this exhibition create objects, videos, performances and community-organized projects to encourage public engagement, provoke conversation and actions and deepen awareness of these issues. There will be a discussion on critical ecological issues that are taking place in their local areas and affecting their local communities. FREE Virtual ZOOM Event. Register HERE

Register HERE Fordham Plaza

WED, OCT 6 | 12pm - 1pm

VIRTUAL CONCERT HALL | FRENCH MUSIC FOR WINDS The Bronx Arts Ensemble(BAE) is Proud to present a charming collection of 20th century French works– Germaine Tailleferre’s Choral et Deux Variations, Claude Arrieu’s Quintette en Ut, and the monumental Tombeau De Couperin by Maurice Ravel. Youtube and Facebook. SAT & SUN OCT 2-31 INCLUDING MON, OCT 11

BOO AT THE ZOO Get into the Halloween spirit with Boo at the Zoo, taking place Saturdays and Sundays in October with a bonus day on October 11. The festival includes familyfriendly activities such as animal puppets, animalthemed stilt walkers, magic shows, costume parades, an extinct-animal graveyard, pumpkin carving and live music. Of course, visitors can also get an up-close look at all the creepy critters on display within the zoo. Tickets for a specific day must be purchased online in advance. Register HERE 2300 Southern Boulevard Bronx

SUN, OCT 6, 13, 20, 27| 1pm - 4:30pm

MORRIS PARK TOUR Take a stroll in one of the most historic neighborhoods in The Bronx and a taste of the most amazing food. Tour with us through this unique neighborhood filled with some incredible history and delicious Pizza. Click HERE to select a Date. Bronx Zoo 2300 Southern Blvd THU, OCT 7, 15 | 10am - 11am

DANCE IN THE PARK Silver Shoes Dance Club welcomes dancers over 55 years of age for this weekly, free, social dance class. Learn how to Tango, Cha-cha, Foxtrot, and more! No experience e or partner necessary. All are welcome. Please sign up in advance on our website HERE Woodlawn Playground in Van Cortlandt Park

THU, OCT 7, 14, 21, 28 | 1pm - 5pm

BRONX BEER TOUR Tour through a historic brewery in The Bronx. One of the oldest neighborhoods in The Bronx, known for its historic distilleries and breweries. We end the tour at a local Brewery. Click HERE to select a Date. Melrose Ave SUN, OCT 10 | 10am - 5pm SAT, OCT 9 | 8pm

UNA NOCHE CON EL MERENGUE Miriam Cruz will bring us a selection of songs from her beginnings in the Las Chicas del Can Orchestra, such as "Juana La Cubana," "Ta' Pillao," "Pequeñas Cosas," "Sin El," as well as some of her her greatest solo hits: "La Loba," "Es Cosa de El," "La Carnada," and more! Alex Bueno, one of the most well rounded singers in the Dominican Republic, dominates the genre Bachata, Salsa, Balada, Boleros and of course Merengue! Bonny Cepeda was the first merengue artist to be nominated for the Grammy Awards, with his album "Noche de Discotheque" in 1986. A singer, first class pianist, composer, arranger, and one of the most well known musicians in the Dominican Republic. Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W SUN, OCT 10 | 9:30am - 11am

FALL BIRDING Fall is peak migration time along the Hudson River and we have a front row seat! Join naturalists and avid birders Paul Keim and Gabriel Willow as you explore Wave Hill’s gardens, woodlands and the skies overhead to look for resident and migrating birds. Birders of all levels welcome. Please bring your own binoculars! Ages 10 and older welcome with an adult. Severe weather cancels. $15, General Admission, Wave Hill Members save 10%. Register HERE Wave Hill, 4900 Independence Ave

A MOVER LA CIUDAD: 2021 HISPANIC HERITAGE RUN Join The Salsa Project & On Running for the first ever Hispanic Heritage Month run in collaboration with The Bronx Brewery and Latinos Run! We will be taking over the streets of The Bronx and celebrating our rich history and culture. Register HERE The Bronx Brewery, 856 E. 136th St. SUN, OCT 10 | 4pm

THE BRAZILIAN ALL STARS Join The Brazilian All Stars for a uniquely memorable and spectacular musical journey through Brazil’s most famous songs, Sambas, Bossa Novas, Ballads, Choro, Fado, virtuoso instrumental tracks and more. The unique sound of the music of Brazil is a fusion of styles: Portuguese, American jazz, Cuban and African rhythms, plus additional influences from other South American regions. Performed by some of the most renowned Brazilian musicians in the world. Veteran Brazilian musicians Andre Sarbib (Vocals and Piano), Claudio Cesar Ribeiro (guitar) Lilian Raquel (Vocals) and Mario N’Goma (Percussion) join with the younger Brazilian generation, Leandro Leonet (drums), Filipe Teixeira (bass) and Magdalena Petrovich (cello) in this super group, The Brazilian All Stars. Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W SUN, OCT 10 | 1pm

WOODLAWN’S ITALIAN HERITAGE TOUR Join us for this trolley tour as we visit the memorials and mausoleums of famous Italian-Americans at Woodlawn. Stops on the tour include Piccirilli Brothers Monuments, Joseph Stella’s Mausoleum and the gravesite of Fiorello LaGuardia. Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance


WINGS OVER WAVE HILL: BIRDS OF PREY DAY Our annual falconry demonstration is back! See live birds of prey with our favorite falconer, Brian Bradley. Welcome back master falconer Brian Bradley and his beautiful and beloved raptors, here for a live bird presentation! Watch trained birds of prey sharpen their hunting skills during an exciting outdoor flight demonstration. Hear about the ancient sport of falconry and see live raptors from around the world. Ages eight and older welcome with an adult. Space is limited. Rain location: Armor Hall in Wave Hill House. Wings over Wave Hill: Birds of Prey Day event. Free with admission to the grounds click HERE. Wave Hill, 4900 Independence Ave WED, OCT 13 | 6pm - 7pm

5 INDICES ON A TORTURED BODY: THE MIGRANT BODY In conjunction with the exhibition, Wardell Milan: Amerika. God Bless You If It's Good to You, a series of performances collaboratively conceived by the artist and choreographed by Zachary Tye Richardson will engage a set of sculptures designed and fabricated by artist and designer Billy Ray Morgan for the exhibition. Titled 5 Indices on a Tortured Body, this performance series is presented in five acts taking place throughout the duration of the exhibition: The Black Male Body, The Female Body, The Trans Body, The Migrant Body, and the Quarantine Body.

SAT, OCT 16| 11:30am - 1:30pm

EXPLORING VAN CORTLANDT PARK FROM HIDDEN CEMETERY TO RAILROAD REMNANTS Join New York Adventure Club for an exploration of Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx, New York City's third largest park (1146 acres) that's home to the country's first public golf course, the oldest house in The Bronx, and the borough's largest freshwater lake. Led by licensed tour guide and neighborhood expert Kyle Sallee, our unique neighborhood experience will include: An overview of Van Cortlandt Park throughout the past 300 years, from its origins as a wheat plantation to becoming the third largest park in NYC A stop at the the hidden Van Cortlandt cemetery on Vault Hill along with the historic Van Cortlandt House — the oldest surviving building in The Bronx A walk along Old Putnam Trail to see railrood remnants of the decommissioned commuter line, and a stop at thirteen stone slabs in the woods that relate to the construction of Grand Central Terminal. A look at the oldest public golf course in America. A stop in front of Lloyd's Carrot Cake, one of New York's best places for many varieties of carrot cake. Tickets HERE Van Cortlandt Park

FREE Event, Register HERE Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1040 Grand Concourse

SAT, OCT 16| 11am-5pm

Vegan Bronx Mrkt is the first Vegan Food Expo in The Bronx. Also providing all natural holistic wellness product and service vendors. Experience delicious foods awesome humans to network with and more! 15 & younger FREE Follow us @VBMrkt | www.theVBMrkt.com Register HERE Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 Grand Concourse

FRI, OCT 22 & 29| 6:45pm - 7:15pm– 7:45pm

SAT, OCT 16| 8pm

TITO NIEVES, DOMINGO QUIÑONES, CHARLIE APONTE, RAULIN ROSENDO, AND MORE! Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W SUN, OCT 17 | 11am & 2pm

WOODLAWN’s LEGAL HISTORY FROM THE GROUND UP Did you know that many of the giants of NY law, including William Nelson Cromwell, Samuel Untermyer, and even Charles Evans Hughes, have their final resting places in Woodlawn Cemetery? Join Woodlawn Conservancy’s Director of Historical Services Susan Olsen for a trolley tour of Woodlawn to view the final resting places and share little known stories about these important lawyers and judges and discuss their impact on the law today. Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

SUN, OCT 17 | 2pm- 8pm

THE CULTURE NY The Culture is finally here! Do you love music? How about supporting local small Black and Latino and Women-owned businesses? The Culture NY is for you! There will be drinks, and food provided by Empanology. DJ and live performances from up & coming local artists! Tickets HERE The Bronx Brewery & Empanology, 856E 136th St

Experience the Beauty of Woodlawn in the Evening on our popular Illuminated Mausoleums Tour. Guests will be taken by trolley in the Cemetery and will walk back enjoying the art and architecture of the beautifully lit mausoleums. This tour is outdoors, so please wear comfortable walking shoes and warm clothes. Flashlights will be provided. The rain date for this tour is Saturday, October 30, 2021. Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

SAT, OCT 23| 11:30pm - 4pm

36th ANNUAL BRONX HALLOWEEN PARADE 2021 The Bronx Community Board #2 proudly presents the return of The Annual Bronx Halloween Parade. The theme this year is - Day of The Soul - Celebrating Our Loved Ones and all ages are welcome. There will be special prizes for toddlers and cash prizes for kids ages 4 to 17 adults 18 and up over 55 senior categories. The costume contest will take place after the parade along with showcasing of marching bands and distribution of candy for all children! Face Painting, Candy Bags, Balloons, Raffles, and more. FREE Register HERE SAT, OCT 23| 8pm

INDIA: INMENSA La India showed a range of musical abilities over the course of her career from freestyle and house to Latin pop and reggaeton. But she'll forever be defined by her run of chart-topping New York salsa hits when she was crowned the “Princess of Salsa” by none other than the “Queen of Salsa” Celia Cruz. Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W SUN, OCT 24| 2pm - 3pm

5 INDICES ON A TORTURED BODY: THE TRANS BODY In conjunction with the exhibition, Wardell Milan: Amerika. God Bless You If It's Good to You, a series of performances collaboratively conceived by the artist and choreographed by Zachary Tye Richardson will engage a set of sculptures designed and fabricated by artist and designer Billy Ray Morgan. This performance series is presented in five acts taking place throughout the duration of the exhibition: The Black Male Body, The Female Body, The Trans Body, The Migrant Body, and the Quarantine Body. FREE Event Register HERE Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1040 Grand Concourse MON, OCT 25| 7pm - 9pm

‘MAFIA METROPOLIS: HISTORY OF ORGANIZED CRIME THROUGH 1980s NYC’ WEBINAR As New York City bounced back from the depths of the horrific fiscal crisis of the ‘70s, organized crime saw a prime opportunity for big money to be made. Within a few years, a handful of crime families expanded their operation from infiltrating construction industry worker unions to a monopoly of the ready-mix concrete business. How did it end? This is the true story of how the Sicilian Mafia (aka Cosa Nostra) took advantage of NYC's building boom in the 1980s and gained more influence, power, and cash than they ever had before. New York Adventure Club ONLINE Event Register HERE

SAT, OCT 30 & 31| 10am - 1pm

FAMILY ART PROJECT: DIA DE LOS MUERTOS Celebrate this special Mexican cultural holiday as we explore nicho boxes, small shadow boxes filled with meaning and purpose that honor a lost loved one. Decorate your box with objects and found natural materials. Free with admission to the grounds HERE Wave Hill, 4900 Independence Ave

SAT, OCT 30| 11am - 5pm

TRICK OR TREAT TREK Trick or Treat Trek at Bartow-Pell! Come in costume, rain or shine! Wander the grounds, search for a treat. One never knows who one might meet! Bartow-Pell is strictly following the CDC and New York State and New York City COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. This is a timed ticketed event. Participants are asked to remain in their pod. All un-vaccinated attendees will be required to wear. Please note the trek is entirely outdoors on various terrains including uneven, unpaved surfaces. Parking available across street at the Split Rock Golf Course. Event Tickets HERE Bartow Pell Mansion, 859 Shore Road, Pelham Bay Park

SUN, OCT 31| 10am - 9:30pm

LADYBLACK BOUTIQUE & MALLIE FLEE PRESENTS HALLOWEEN POP-UP SHOP Time: (Children Session) 10 am - 3pm (Adult Session) 3pm - 9:30pm For the children session there will be food, costumes, music, candy, face paint, games, toys, and more! For the adult session there will be an adult costume party, karaoke, adult drinks, adult products, and adult snacks! Event Tickets HERE Location: 1450 Commerce Ave SUN, OCT 31| 12pm - 7pm

FORDHAM FLEA GRAND FINALE OCTOBER 31! Last Sunday of the month from 12-7 pm, come and support dozens of incredible local artists, creators, and merchants showcasing their products in the conveniently located Fordham Plaza. Choose from specialty made, small batch apparel, accessories, packaged goods, gifts, jewelry, self-care products, unique arts & crafts items, and more! FREE Event Click HERE

SUN, NOV 7| 3pm

THE BARDEKOVA ARTS ENSEMBLE Ellen Bardekoff is the founder and oboist of the Bardekova Ensemble. The Bardekova Ensemble is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring free and/or moderately priced concerts to all ages and economic levels in The Bronx. Members of the group have performed with the New York Philharmonic, and the Metropolitan Opera. They have also performed with the Goldovsky Opera Company, the Steve Reich Ensemble as well as other notable performing organizations. They have recorded with ECM, Nonesuch, Grenadilla and the Et Cetera record companies. FREE EVENT Register HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

SAT, NOV 13| 2pm

SUN, NOV 14| 1pm

Woodlawn Cemetery is proud to be the final resting place of veterans and dependents of every conflict stretching back to the American Revolution. In the poignant words of General John J. Pershing– commander of the World War I American Expeditionary Forces: “Time will not dim the glory of their deeds.” In honor of Veteran’s Day, we invite you to join Kevin C. Fitzpatrick, the award-winning author of “World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War,” for a walking tour of the graves and memorials of World War I veterans, men and women, who served in the Great War a century ago. You will meet enlisted men who served in trench warfare, brave aviators who risked their lives in biplanes, a member of the Harlem Hellfighters, and poor immigrants who were drafted and served their new country with honor. Kevin will have copies of his book for sale, which includes a chapter on Woodlawn heroes.

Woodlawn Cemetery is proud to be the final resting place of hundreds of entertainers who made New York the capital of the show business world. One chapter of our history is that we have more than 100 members of The Lambs, the oldest professional theatrical organization in the country. Since 1874 it has been the leading social club in New York for those with ties to entertainment. On this unique tour you will see some of the brightest names of stage and screen, and some whose names are not as remembered any longer. You will visit little-seen mausoleums of men and women who were top stars a century ago. You’ll hear stories about the club from current members of The Lambs, including club historian Kevin C. Fitzpatrick, our tour guide. Among the names are Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont, Irving Berlin, William Courtleigh, Reginald De Koven, James Montgomery Flagg, Joseph Grismer, and Fritz Williams, who actually died in the clubhouse. We will also play a show business trivia game!

Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

SAT, NOV 20| 8pm

HECTOR ACOSTA “EL TORITO” Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W

Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

SUN, NOV 21| 11am & 2pm

SAT, NOV 27| 8pm


Join us for a Trolley Tour visiting the final resting place of the Vaudeville and Jazz Greats at Woodlawn Cemetery. The stops on the tour will include George M. Cohan, Nora Bays, Duke Ellington and many more. You will listen to the music of these notable musicians played on a Victrola. Take a step back in time with your host Michael Cumella, aka DJ MAC and join us for the Jazz Age. We ask that all unvaccinated tour participants please wear a mask while on the Trolley. Children over the age of 4 require a ticket for this tour. Tickets are $25 per person, $20 for Members and Seniors. Tickets HERE Woodlawn Cemetery, Jerome Ave Entrance

José Monserrate Feliciano García, better known simply as José Feliciano, is a Puerto Rican musician, singer and composer, best known for many international hits, including his rendition of the Doors' "Light My Fire" and the best-selling Christmas single, "Feliz Navidad." Tickets HERE Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Blvd W



AUG 28– Oct 10, 2021: ALL DAY


AUG 28– Dec 5: ALL DAY

Earth IN PERIL: DAVID BENJAMIN SHERYY With an un relenting reverence for the natural world, David Benjamin Sherry photographs epic scenes of the American landscape with a particular focus on the west, highlighting its beauty while hinting at its precarious future.

2021 New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellow Jake Brush will combine digital animations, photography, sculpture and performance to realize surreal, comical and personal reflections on how technology mediates our reality and lived experience. Brush will document and distort images of the garden to create an installation comprising abstracted floral imagery printed on metal substrates, video and other sculpture elements, reimagining the grounds as a space caught between reality and desire.

AUG 28- Oct 10, 2021: ALL DAY

KATHERINE MIRANDA Mining their familial history and lived experiences as a non-binary Latinx person in The Bronx, 2021 New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellow Katherine Miranda will create a large scale sculptural shrine referencing a photograph of their maternal grandparents seated on chairs and honoring the story of their relationship. Capturing the color palette of the garden during the Winter Workspace, and stories of the resilient wisteria clinging to the building’s exterior walls, the installation combines sentimental images, cultural signifiers and material found and recycled from the grounds to create a space for contemplation and reflection. AUG 28– DEC 5, 2021: ALL DAY

ECO-URGENCY: NOW OR NEVER Co-organized by WAVE Hill and Lehman College ART Gallery, Eco-Urgency: Now or Never, is a collaborative exhibition that shows the varied responses artists have to the unfolding ecological crisis. This two-part exhibition opened August 28 at Wave Hill. Part two opens at Lehman College Art Gallery on December 4. Climate change, pollution, competition for natural resources and food insecurity threaten to overwhelm our planet and make earth uninhabitable. To encourage public engagement and deepen awareness of these issues, the artists in Eco-Urgency: Now or Never rely on research, critical analysis, observation and direct action that manifest as objects, videos, performances and community organizing. Part 1: Wave Hill, 4900 Independence Ave Part 2: Lehman Art Gallery, 250 Bedford Park Blvd, W

OCT 16– DEC 5, 2021: ALL DAY

PRISCILLA ALEMAN Priscilla Aleman’s instillation Origins of Devotion transforms the Sunroom into overgrown , devotional environment that uses the body as an innate symbol in ceremony to convey the sacred, the afterlife and the deities of our time. Referencing traditional sculptures and ancient symbolism, Aleman examines archaeological materials and ecological transformations in the Americas, including the Caribbean, to create sites for the ceremony and ritualized performances. Aleman’s sculptural installation will comprise an oceanic exchange of materials collected from the Global South. These will include belongings from family members, replicas of pre-Columbian artifacts and tropical flora from horticultural facilities. Fee with admission to the grounds.

ONGOING EXHIBITS 1040 Grand Concourse JUN 23– OCT 24 , 2021: ALL DAY NOV 10, 2021—MAR 20, 2022: ALL DAY

BRONX CALLING: THE FIFTH AIM BIENNIAL From November 10, 2021, to March 20, 2022, The Bronx Museum presents Bronx Calling: The Fifth Aim Biennial showcasing the work of 68 early career artists from the 2018 and 2019 cycles of The Bronx Museum’s AIM FOLLOWSHIP program. Coorganized by Ian Cofre (Director, PS 122 Gallery) and Eva Mayhabal Davis (CO-Director, Transmitter), the fifth edition of Bronx Calling considers the multiple crises of health, grief, the environment, and identity that defines our contemporary moment. CLICK for MORE INFO

WARDELL MILAN: AMERIKA. GOD BLESS YOU IF IT’s GOOD TO YOU The first major solo museum exhibition of Harlembased artist Wardell Milan. Curated by Holly Block Social Justice Curator, Jasmine Wahi, the survey is part of a year-long series celebrating The Bronx Museum's 50th anniversary and legacy as an institution dedicated to social justice. The themes and subject matter in Milan’s work oscillate between reflections on current world events and a deeply personal meditation on his own daily life, and touch on such topics as gender performance, the unconscious, and the ideals of beauty. Characteristically diverse in technique, Milan’s signature language dissects the notion of the singular and individual body, and through the use of collage, imparts a sense of fragmentation and violence. CLICK for MORE INFO

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