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Love Letters New mural messages span Westside divide. Adam and Molly Lutwin lost nearly everything they owned in a house fire Friday Aug. 24 -- just two weeks after they were married. A benefit will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday Sept. 4 at The Blarney Stone, 314 Avery Ave. to help the couple get back on their feet.

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Before Anderson-Staley left Light Work, she made four portraits that will remain on view here for a while longer. Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be part of SUArtâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first fall exhibition in Shaffer Arts Building on the SU campus, opening September 2nd. â&#x20AC;&#x153;4x4â&#x20AC;? is part of the celebration of the Universityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own art collection (also more accessible after some renovation of some areas now open to the public). SUArts invited four â&#x20AC;&#x153;community curatorsâ&#x20AC;? to participate. Abstract painter and ex-Syracusan Jack White, now based in Texas, took hand-to-hand sport such as boxing and wrestling. Dr. Kheli Willets, director of the Community Folk Art Center, explores how different cultures represent virtues and vices in their art. Artist and former lacrosse coach Roy Simmons, Jr., chose Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. I chose public art from the Depression. â&#x20AC;&#x153;4x4â&#x20AC;? has its opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday Sept. 9 and runs through Oct. 24.


19th century process on display at Light Work Photographer Keliy Anderson-Staley had a steady stream of business all month. As the August artist-in-residence at Light Work on the Syracuse University campus, she was afforded a living space, stipend and 24-hour access to Light Workâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Community Darkrooms facilities. As for chemicals, she brought her own, mixing them from 19th century recipes. Her current on-going portrait project is simply titled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Americans.â&#x20AC;? Developed in France in 1853, the wet-plate colRhodes lodion plate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or nancykeeferhodes â&#x20AC;&#x153;tintypeâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; was the leading photographic process until the advent in the 1880s of the gelatin dry emulsion plate and Kodakâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s invention of reloadable amateur cameras. The snapshots we take today capture a view thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about 1/1000th of a second long, but the tintype image â&#x20AC;&#x153;unfoldsâ&#x20AC;? over a period of seconds or even minutes (Anderson-Staley used a 15-second interval of exposure for her Light Work portraits). She says this prolonged gaze creates a tension between the sitter and the camera. Those old photos in the attic look so stern from the effort holding still. And Anderson-Staley says we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really hold a smile for more than four or five seconds â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in tintypes â&#x20AC;&#x153;you look like youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re chewing.â&#x20AC;? The Virginia-based photographer Sally Mann began mixing chemicals for wet-plate tintypes in the mid-1990s and she used a 100year-old bellows view camera for her haunting landscapes, first in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Still Lifeâ&#x20AC;? and then in the widely-known â&#x20AC;&#x153;Deep Southâ&#x20AC;? (2005). But the revival of wet-plate collodion photography started earlier, partly out of interest in older technologies and for some part of a return

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Seeing is believing on Near Westside

NYC-based artist makes ‘A Love Letter to Syracuse’ permanent part of Westside landscape By Ami Olson One of Syracuse’s best-known, if not best-liked, features has long been the manufactured barriers created by the tangle of highway running overhead. But the Near Westside has been struggling with its own unnatural dividing line -- train trestles near the corner of West and Fayette Streets -- and the impact it has had on development of the community. “We knew we wanted to do something on those trestles,” said Maarten Jacobs, director of the Near Westside Initiative. “They’re really a barricade between the West side and downtown.” When organizers began to see the unsightly barricade instead as a massive canvas, the solution became clear: turn it into a giant, community-based public art project. With the vision and technique of former graffiti artist Steve “ESPO” Powers, the joint project between the NWSI, Connective Corridor and CoLab has transformed the once rusting barrier between neighborhoods into a brightly colored, hand-painted “Love Letter to Syracuse.” What you love, and what you don’t The Syracuse paintings echo Powers’ Philadelphia project, “A Love Letter for You,” a series of murals painted on buildings visible along a commuter train route in the city. Here in Syracuse, Powers and his crew have turned trestles into treasures with the following phrases: Spring comes, Summer waits, Fall leaves, winter longs. I paid the light bill just to see your face, now that we are here nowhere else matters. Nothing to do is everything with you. The phrases were derived from neighborhood meetings and door-to-door canvassing Powers and his crew undertook in July. “He didn’t just ask people what they loved about Syracuse,” Jacobs said. “He asked, ‘What do you hate?’ and ‘What’s different about Syracuse?’” Shoham Arad, program and innovation collaborator with CoLab, said one thing that people said they loved about Syracuse was the seasons, which led to the words that are now painted across the north-facing side of the bridge crossing West Street.

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A nod to Syracuse’s four seasons, above, was a painting in progress last week on the bridge over West Street near Armory Square. On the south-facing side of the same trestle, left, a painter in Steve Powers’ crew works on another sign. side bridges, and Powers’ method of keeping public art a product of its environment fit the goal. “It was a challenge,” Jacobs said of the decision to select a national or local artist for the project. “But it was really important that people outside of the city take notice.” “And local artists are excited,” Arad said. “They know, we need national attention.”

“That [phrase] is the direct result of public dialogue,” Arad said. The emphasis on residents’ attitude toward their city is why Powers was the right pick for the project. Jacobs and Arad agreed that the style of his Philadelphia paintings suited the West-

In the limelight Already, the Syracuse project has gotten attention outside CNY. Filmmaker Faythe Levine began filming in Syracuse last week as part of her project, “The Sign Painter.” “This changes the way people view the landscape,” Levine said. “It will become a permanent fixture in a lot of people’s lives... it might be in someone’s first baby pictures, or in their graduation photos. It

will be something that people identify with Syracuse.” Jacobs hoped the project would also become something that forces people, particularly commuters passing under the giant trestles, to think about and interpret, giving them a new perspective on their home. Now is the time One of the biggest struggles arts-focused organizations are faced with now is convincing other sectors that public art means more than a well-placed sculpture or a pop of color. Jacobs said city government has been supportive of the local arts in terms of zoning and permits, and just generally “getting out of the way.” But simply being cooperative and being active in the arts are worlds apart. “My hope is that next, the city realizes these organizations can’t be the only ones who fund this stuff,” Jacobs said. The bridge painting project was funded through a public arts grant secured by the Connective Corridor. But now may be prime time for Continues on next page.



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public art to prove itself as a critical piece of revitalizing the city. With groups like the NWSI, Connective Corridor and CoLab leading the way, the arts community in Syracuse has become deeply entwined with the overall movement toward bringing Syracuse back to life. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When the economy struggles, when the cranes leave the city, artists are not going to stop being creative,â&#x20AC;? Jacobs said. And people in other sectors, like property owners and entrepreneurs, are more willing to

try something different to create any sort of economic growth. For the NWSI, this summer has been evidence of that progress. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This summer has been huge for us,â&#x20AC;? Jacobs said. More than a dozen homes have been rehabilitated on the Westside this summer alone, along with new construction or development on nearly every block of the SALT district. Last month, reading advocacy group ProLiteracy announced it would set up national headquarters in the Case Supply building in the SALT district next year, cre-

ating an additional 60 jobs when it moves from the current location in East Syracuse. The Marcellus Street building will also be the new home of public broadcaster WCNY, which plans to relocate from Salina. To add residential space, the NWSIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s renovation of the Lincoln Supply Warehouse into a mixed-use commercial and residential space is nearing completion. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a short walk from the SALT district into Armory Square, a route that takes pedestrians under the trestles on West Street, Jacobs pointed out. And now, that walk will be a little more colorful.

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Jacobs said early last week when the bridges were being primed a shade of gray, a cyclist rode by, saw the shade and sarcastically commented, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gray? Really?â&#x20AC;? Jacobs said he hopes the same cyclist has seen the progress on the bridges and is a little more impressed with the finished product than he was with the primer.

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Indie rockers reunite this weekend at Half Penny Pub Elise Flanders just wanted to have a party. She invited all her old friends back to Syracuse after 20 years to catch up. What started as an idle request on Facebook blossomed into a reunion of several hundred indie rock musicians and fans descending on Syracuse for a two-night festival this Labor Day weekend.

Beauty Scene Outlaws at midnight. For info, call the Half Penny at 478-3091.


‘Not Dead Yet’ The “Syracuse Freaks and Geeks” showcase, centered russtarby around Armory Square’s Half Penny Pub, at 321 W. Fayette St., will see reunions of six seminal Syracuse bands, as volume rules and decadence delights all who attend. Admission is free both nights. The reunion will coincide with the release of a CD named Not Dead Yet, a compilation of tracks by area alternative bands, reports Jamie Trecker, a senior soccer writer at and a former alt-rocker here. Not Dead Yet features 15 songs running the gamut from The Trend in 1981 up to presentday artists such as the Professional Victims and the Flashing Astonishers.


Freaks & geeks reunion This weekend’s sets at the Half Penny Pub will include some odd combinations. For instance, members of punk rockers Milton’s Disciples and art-rock weirdos The Wallmen will showcase their long history by playing each other’s songs at a midnight set Sunday, Sept. 5, billing themselves as Beauty Scene Outlaws. Bar/None artists Wallmen released 15 records from 19841997 and worked with Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Mercury

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Syracuse punk-rock pioneer Al Smead fronts Undergang at midnight Saturday Sept. 4 at the Half Penny Pub. Rev) before calling it quits. Milton’s Disciples was one of the first of Syracuse’s hardcore groups, setting the stage for breakout band Earth Crisis. Goofball punkers Pagan Love had a brief but potent twoyear career that saw the band release three LPs. Pagan Love will play its first show in two decades at 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4. Art-pop pranksters Sound of My Own Voice released three cassette tapes (remember those?) before being signed to indie Noiseville which released its single. SOMOV reunites at 10 p.m. Saturday. Grisly Fiction on Sunday The Fiascoes (11 p.m. Saturday) formed here in the late1990s and featured songwriter Joshua Lee Loomis, Ethan Jenks (now with Counter Pursuit) and Greg Pier (now with Mandate of Heaven).They’ll be joined at midnight by the leading lights of Syracuse’s 2010 alternative scene, Undergang fronted by the hyperkinetic Alan Smead. Grisly Fiction was one of the key bands on the scene here in the mid-1980s and one of the first groups from Syracuse to earn national notice on the then-nascent alternative radio format. Grisly Fiction takes the Half Penny stage at 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 5. The Professional Victims featuring tunesmith Ashley Cox go on at 10 p.m. Sunday, followed by the Legendary Jones Gang, the Jeff Jones-led combo that surfaced after the demise of Dracula Jones, at 11 p.m., then

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Smead the movie Here’s more good news bubbling up from the underground. That totally tattooed gal, Courtney Angell, is directing a documentary about singer Al Smead, whose bands have included Still Born, Squeeze and the Blackheads, Small Girl Boils Water, Psychotic Option, Schmied, and presently Grendel’s Boot, Papership, and (for the last 13 years) Undergang. The diminutive but dynamic Smead has become legendary for his unbridled performances in front of any number of brash bashers. Angell calls Al’s stage presence “riveting,” his stories “intriguing” and his personality “endearing.” Her doc should be done within a few months. Check out Sacred Steel Saturday at Fair If you’ve never heard a Sacred Steel performance, do yourself a favor and head over to the State Fair at 8 p.m. on Saturday Sept. 4, to catch a spirited set by Robert Randolph and the Family Band at Chevy Court. The concert is free with fair admission; 487-7711. Sacred Steel is a musical style from the African-American gospel tradition that developed in House of God churches in the 1930s. Brothers Troman and Willie Eason introduced pedal steel guitar to worship services in place of the traditional organ. Randolph is the best known African-American pedal steel player in the world today. Randolph’s concerts are famous for their lively stage performances, with Randolph content to let the rest of the band play on while he dances. Dance is an integral part of his concerts. During “Shake Your Hips,” for instance, women are encouraged to dance onstage. House of God “I grew up in the House of God church,” said Randolph, 33. “The pedal steel was a big part of our church tradition. I grew up watching older guys play, and I started playing when I was 15.” When he turned 19, someone gave Randolph tickets to a Stevie Ray Vaughan concert. “After that, I wanted to play pedal steel like Stevie Ray played his guitar,” he said. “I wanted to take it to a whole new level.” He and the Family Band started playing around New York City in 2000, in clubs like Wetlands, and soon took Boston and Philadelphia by storm as well Before long, the band signed to Warner Brothers, and artists such as Eric Clapton, Dave Matthews and B.B. King invited them onto their tours. “Young artists, too,” Randolph added. “We toured with the Roots and Pharrell and John Mayer. We’ve been fortunate to be accepted by a wide range of fan bases, and we’ve been able to build from there.” See Downtown, page 10



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Don’t let scorecards oversimplify voting Last week, Unshackle Upstate released scorecards for all New York assembly and senate members, assigning each elected official with a numerical score out of 100 based on a set of six criteria. To determine each lawmaker’s “grade,” the bi-partisan group compared voting records to what their constituents had supported; each vote against their representees dropped the politician’s score. The scorecards are available online at While these numerical grades are helpful for voters, we caution against using the numbers to oversimplify selecting your candidate. Like any statistical data, these numbers are open to interpretation. For instance, each senate and assembly member is ranked; but where is the value in knowing that your senator scored higher than, say, a senator from New York City or the north country? While it may be comforting to know that Assemblyman William Magnarelli, who scored 1 out of 100, is ranked 86 out of 150 legislators, (64 assembly members are “worse”), the information doesn’t serve voters beyond that. We encourage you to visit the website and find out how your representatives fared. But also take the time to look at the deeper data, and determine for yourself whether or not your elected officials voted in line with your beliefs. Primary elections will be held Tuesday Sept. 14; the general election will be Tuesday Nov. 4.

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Remembering Laura Hawkins-Turner Syracuse has lost another one of its political pioneers. Laura Hawkins Turner passed away recently, and services were held the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Syracuse, Friday Aug. 27. Her obituary, provided at the Jackson funeral service, “She beUrban said, lieved that politics was a way for black people to obtain power and control over their community and everyday life.” But many don’t know that Laura Turner as one of Mulberry Square’s first tenants. She became president of the Mulberry Tenants Association. As the property deteriorated she and others forced the federal government to award fair compensation for those residents forced to leave the poorly designed and constructed facilities. Her achievements and awards would take two columns just to list. She was most proud of her photo with President Jimmy Carter for whom she served as a delegate to at the National Convention. Laura returned to school at age 47 enrolling in Onondaga Community College earning her AAS degree in human services in 1974 and a BS degree in family and community services from Syracuse University. While attending OCC she was on the Dean’s List and was President of JAAMA,



OCC Black Student Union. She planned and coordinated a Black Student weekend with Julian Bond former Georgia State Senator as guest speaker. “Thoughtful, with a keen sense of politics,” is how journalist Walt Shepperd described Mrs. Turner. George Kilpatrick, WCNY, had this to say: “Working with Laura was a delight. She was full of wisdom and energy, and always had advice to share. She was part of a great team dedicated to making sure that the city of Syracuse lived up to its commitment of equal opportunity for all in contracting. She loved her some ‘T.’ [her late husband], and loved talking about her family and trips to Vegas. But, my favorite quote from her was ‘just because there’s a little snow on the roof does not mean there’s no fire in the furnace.’” She served as a Minority Business Specialist under the administration of Mayor Tom Young and Office of Minority Affairs Director George A. Kilpatrick. Mrs. Turner was also a foot soldier at the Democratic Party committee level and as a charter member of the Benjamin Banneker Democratic Club. The Benjamin Banneker club was especially important since African-Americans weren’t always welcome with open arms in the local Democratic Party. Mrs. Turner made sure that the interests of the African American and senior citizen communities’

Laura Hawkins-Turner, center, celebrates her retirement from the Office of Minority Affairs with, from left, George Kilpatrick, Rev. H. Bernard Alex, Corinthia Emmanuel and Ken Jackson. were not forgotten. She lived by example serving over 20 years as the Democratic Committee 9th Ward Chairwoman for over 20 years. As we left the Cathedral on a sunny summer Friday morning “this is an end of an era” one mourner was overheard saying to a group of people gathered on the steps recalling Laura Turners’ activism and life. “Yes, an end of an era” All heads nodded in unison. Thanks, Laura.


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Saturday Sept. 4

Prime Rib Buffet Dinner. 5-8:30 PM. Skyline Lodge, Highland Forest. $14.95/adult, $7.95 ages 5-11, under 5 free. Pre-register. 683-5550.

Home Depot Kids Workshops. 9 AM-noon. Children ages 5-12 accompanied by an adult learn about tool safety while building from project kits. Each child also receives an apron and pin. Free. Pre-register at your local Home Depot.

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Syracuse Stamp Club. 8 PM. ‘Fun With Covers,’ presented by Vince Juchimek. Reformed Church of Syracuse, 1228 Teall Ave. President@

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Men’s Bookclub. 6 PM. “Murder in the Garden District,” by Greg Herren. The Lavender Inkwell Bookshoppe, 304 N. McBride St. Free.

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“Stopping Environmental Disease and Death.” 6:30 PM. Presentation by Dr. Kristin Shrader-Frechette. Grewen Auditorium at LeMoyne College. Free. 445-4364. Diary of a Wimpy Kid - The Movie. 2 PM.

Fayetteville Free Library. 637-6374.

Friday Sept. 10

Community Drum Circle. 7-10 PM. Hosted by the Distant Drums of the Rolling Hills PowWow Committee. $5. Kellish Farms, 3192 Pompey Center Road, Manlius. Syracuse Irish Festival. Irish music, dance, song, genealogy, culture and children’s activities. Clinton Square. 426-2813.

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Served at the bar, bistro tables and fireside on sofas or leather chairs… The Mirbeau Hamburger 8 oz. local Angus beef with gruyere cheese and topped with grilled Portobello, spinach & balsamic braised onions. Served with hand-cut fries $14 Maine Lobster Tail Fire roasted Lobster tail served with house made butter $28 Steak Fritte pan grilled 8 oz sirloin ‘au poivre’ with bistro pommes frittes $21 This Menu served 2:30 - 10pm Lunch Menu from 11:30 - 2:30

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Golden Harvest Festival. 10 AM-5 PM. Hands-on nature activities, horse-drawn hayrides, free canoeing, fresh doughnuts, live animal demonstrations, nature hikes, games, great shopping, and an absolutely fantastic lineup of live music and entertainment. Beaver Lake Nature Center. $5/adult, $1 kids. 638-2519.

Monday Sept. 13

Maxwell Movie Night. 6 PM. Family friendly films. Maxwell Memorial Library. Free. 6723661.

Tuesday Sept. 14

Sciencenter Storytime. 10:30 AM. Story and related science activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Included with admission. Kids under three receive free admission. Sciencenter, Ithaca. 607-272-0600. Childbirth Choices & Prep Classes. 6:308:45 PM. With CNY Doulas. 407 Tulip St, Liverpool. Pre-register. 455-6MOM.

Wednesday Sept. 15

Breastfeeding Back to Work and School. 1-3 PM. For mothers who will continue to breastfeed as they return to work or school. St. Joseph’s Hospital Room 5313. $. 448-5515. Infant & Child CPR Class. 6:30-8:30 PM. St.

Joseph’s Hospital Room L-100 D. 448-5515. The Bubble Man. 7 PM. Community Wesleyan Church. 112 Downer St, Baldwinsville. Free. 638-2222.

Thursday Sept. 16

Th3. 5-8 PM. A common day each month where 17 Syracuse visual art venues are open to recognize and support local artistic achievements. Sensory Processing Disorder Support Group. 7 PM. Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Foundation Parents-Connections Group for parents of children with sensory processing issues. Beecon Baptist Church. 4800 Rt 31, Clay. 247-4195.


children ages 3-10 and a parent. St. Joseph’s Hospital Room 5313. $. 448-5515. Golden Harvest Festival. 10 AM-6 PM. Hands-on nature activities, horse-drawn hayrides, free canoeing, fresh doughnuts, live animal demonstrations, nature hikes, games, great shopping, and an absolutely fantastic lineup of live music and entertainment. Beaver Lake Nature Center. $5/adult, $1 kids. 638-2519. Fossil Collecting Field Trip. 11 AM-2 PM. Join staff from Baltimore Woods & Museum of the Earth for a fossil hunt in Jamesville. $. (607) 273-6623. Trayvon Curkendall Benefit. 6-8:30 PM. Live music, coffee, upscale desserts, and raffles to support the family of Trayvon Curkendall, 11 year-old heart transplant candidate. Cafe 407.


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We Walk This Road The Family Band’s newest disc is We Walk This Road, and Randolph said he’s excited about playing the tracks live. “When people come to see us, they know that it’s really about the message, about making them feel good,” he said. “Hopefully, this record will inspire them in the same way. It certainly makes me feel happy. I can’t see myself recording depressing lyrics, lyrics that leave people without a sense of hope. It’s not in me to use the power of the microphone to make music like that. That’s why this record is uplifting -- it’s got great messages. It’s all there. “My goal is to open the door for people in the same way

that musical doors have been opened for me. I want to take this musical history and make it relevant to give people a better idea of who I am and where I came from. I think even though I’m a young guy who was born into the era of hip-hop and contemporary gospel, I can help bridge the cultural gap between people who are 75 years old and kids who are 15 years old by reaching back into this history of music. The Family Band also includes drummer Marcus Randolph, bassist Danyel Morgan, vocalist Lenesha Randolph, and keyboardist/guitarist Brett Andrew Haas. Rayhill stomps at State Fair The Smugtown Stompers, a Dixieland septet from Rochester, will pay tribute to longtime jazz disc jockey Leo Rayhill with a performance from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4,

at the State Fair. The Stompers will play on the WCNY-CNY Central Media Center Stage adjacent to the Center of Progress Building, just east of Chevy Court. The jazz concert is free with Fair admission. Leo Rayhill’s Sounds of Classic Jazz can be heard on WCNYFM 91.3, on Sundays from 5 to 6 p.m. Mimi plays fair Sept. 4 and 6 The regular pianist for The Rhythm-Airs big band, Mimi Osmun, goes solo this weekend at the State Fair. Mimi will accompany herself on piano at the New Times Theater at the fair’s Art & Home Center at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, and at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 6 (Labor Day). Also performing will be theater organist Harvyn Tarkmeel. Admission is free with fair admission.


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