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5 Fun (Free!) Things to Do for Memorial Day...
Fleet Week at the Intrepid is one of the the 5 best things to do for Memorial Day weekend in NYC
Check Out 10 Highlights Along NYC's High Line
10 Highlights Along the High Line
Your Guide to May 2013 Summer Street Fairs and...
New York City summer street fairs and festival schedule for May of 2013.
Everything You Need to Know About Applying for...
Read up on everything you need to know about applying for a passport in NYC.
19 Best New York City Swimming Pools for Summer...
Nothing feels better than a cool dip on a hot summer day in the city. Here's a guide to the best swimming pools in New York City -- from free public pools to health clubs and hotels that charge fees. Find the perfect pool for a nice cool swim in Manhattan.
Drink with a View at These NYC Rooftop Bars
While the weather is nice, enjoy a few cold ones high above the streets at some of the best rooftop bars and lounges in New York City.
Everything You Need to Know about New York...
Shop sales tax free for clothing and shoe bargains under $110 every week in NYC. Find out about sales tax guidelines in New York.
New York's Best Pizzerias
In a city with a pizza place on every block, how do you find the best of the best? Start with these five picks of the best pizza places in Manhattan.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Wows...
The family-friendly Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum showcases the history and technology of U.S. military, aviation, and space exploration pursuits.
5 Kid-Friendly Attractions in New York City
Kids will love these educational and fun New York activities and places, including museums, parks, toy stores, and more.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Grand Central
Discover the hidden secrets of the Grand Central Terminal Train Station -- including the whispering gallery, FDR's secret passage, the kissing room and more.
Become a New York Street Fair Vendor
What you need to know to participate in New York City street fairs, including licenses and permits, how to contact street fair sponsors, and costs.
Best Guide to Port Authority Bus Terminal in...
Navigate your way through Port Authority Bus Terminal, the largest bus terminal in Manhattan, New York City, and the United States. Most bus carriers operate through Port Authority and travelers can find a wide variety of shops, stores, cafes, delis, and restaurants.
Your Ultimate Guide to New York City's Penn...
Penn Station, located in midtown Manhattan, is the busiest commuter hub in North America and services Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, and Long Island Rail Road.
Guide to Summer in the Hamptons
This summer, join the rest of the Manhattan crowd and head to the Hamptons beaches by car, train or bus and check out the area clubs, lounges and top restaurants.
Take a Tour of New York's Most Famous Deaths
Photo of Evelyn McHale, who committed suicide in 1947 by jumping from the 86th floor of the Empire State Building
Here Are New York City's Best Gay Bars
New York has one of the hottest gay nightlife scenes in the world for every preference and mood, from trendy club to sports bar to laid-back lesbian dive.
24-Hour Pharmacies in Manhattan
A directory of 24-hour pharmacies in Manhattan. New York is the city that never sleeps, so here's where to go when you need medicine in the middle of the night.
Tips for Picking the Right New York City...
Parking in a garage will cost you more than parking on the street, but will also save you time and headaches when you're in a hurry.
Fire Island Directions
New York summers revolve around Fire Island, where gay life centers around Fire Island Pines and Cherry Grove. Get to where you're going with these travel directions.
How to Get a New York Driver's License
Learn the steps to getting a New York State driver's license
NYC's One World Trade Center Observatory Opens...
The observatory at NYC's One World Trade Center opens May 29, 2015. Book now to secure your primo perch atop the Western Hemisphere's tallest building.
Take Your Date to These Romantic Restaurants in...
In the mood for romance? Try one of New York City's most romantic restaurants, perfect for Valentine's Day, anniversaries, and other special occasions.
New York City Subways 101
New to the New York City subway? Find out everything you need to know about Find out where to buy MetroCards, learn how to get directions and subway maps, and read up on subway safety and etiquette.
5 New York City Celebrity Hair Salons Worth...
Want to look like a celebrity? Get your hair styled at the salons where the stars go. You'll pay a fortune for hair like Sarah Jessica, Jennifer, Uma, and Naomi. But you'll look gorgeous and you just might spot a celebrity in hair foils.
Top 6 East Village Gay Bars
Find the best places to imbibe on New York’s hip and wild Lower East Side with this guide of East Village’s top six gay bars.
Best Guide to Upscale Shopping at Woodbury Common
Great outlet shopping deals are just a short day trip away from New York City at the Woodbury Common outlets, including Armani, Burberry, and much more.
Guide to New York City Real Estate: Condo or...
A guide for real estate investors to the differences between condominium and co-op apartments in New York City. Included are advantages and disadvantages of condos vs. co-ops.
The 5 Best Irish Pubs in New York
New York City is home to many great Irish pubs, so it's hard to pick favorites. Check out these New York Irish pubs for authentic Irish pub atmosphere, great pints, live music, and more. You can't go wrong at these Irish pubs for St. Patrick's Day or any other occasion that requires a pint.
8 Songs Inspired by New York City
Put together a New York City playlist featuring classic New York City-inspired from artists from Sinatra to the Ramones to Jay-Z.
Tribeca Neighborhood Guide
Learn all about Tribeca -- one of Manhattan's hottest neighborhoods. Our Tribeca neighborhood guide offers essential info for living in Tribeca and a guide to things to do for those just visiting.
Top 10 Attractions in Central Park
Check out the top attractions in New York City's 843-acre backyard, Central Park. Sights include the Central Park Zoo, the Great Lawn, Strawberry Fields, and more.
New York City's Most Affordable Bars (Drinks...
Even in an expensive city like New York, it's possible to have a great night of boozing on a budget. Check out these New York bars offering cheap drinks for less than $2.
How to Get a Copy of Your Birth Certificate
Find out how to get a copy of your birth certificate from the New York City Department of Health
Top 5 Best Salons for Curly Hair in New York
Are you sick of bad haircuts from stylists who don't know what to do with your curly or ethnic hair? Check out New York's best salons that specialize in curly, wavy, black, and ethnic hair. Whether you straighten your curls or let them bounce free, you need a stylist who knows curly and ethnic hair types.
Where to See LGBT Films in New York City
Your guide to finding gay films in New York City. Find dates and locations for LGBT film series, LGBT film festivals, and theaters that often screen LGBT-themed movies.
Everything You Need to Know About the New York...
New York Sports Club gym review and information on monthly membership fees, initiation fees, classes, facilities, and more
Discover New York's Best Dessert Venues
Visit these restaurants and bakeries to sample the best desserts in New York. Try a variety of chocolate dishes, cakes, pies, ice cream, cupcakes and candy from top pastry chefs.
Nab Designer Duds and Housewares at Up to 65%...
NYC's Century 21 discount department store is a mecca for the deal-hunting masses who come in search of designer goods at discount rates.
Macy's
Macy’s is one of the most famous department stores in the world and the Herald Square location in Manhattan is a bargain shopper’s paradise.
Jack's 99 Cent Store
Save money at Jack's 99 Cent Store locations in New York City. Jack's 99 Cent Store locations are near Penn Station, east 40th street, and west 45th street in Manhattan
Zagat Posts NYC's Best Culinary Bets &...
Each year, leading restaurant-review publisher Zagat posts survey results on NYC restaurants, revealing dining trends and culinary best bets.
See the Sights With a Boat Trip Around Manhattan
Take a boat or ferry trip to catch stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and bridges on the East River.
Everything You Need to Know to Get Married in...
Ready to tie the knot? Find out how to get married in New York City -- from how to get your New York marriage license to planning a Manhattan Marriage Bureau ceremony and reception.
The New Renzo Piano-Designed Whitney Museum of...
The Whitney Museum of American Art reopens May 1, 2015 in its new Renzo Piano-designed home in NYC's Meatpacking District.
Summer Educational Opportunities in Manhattan
Take some time this summer to finish your degree, pick up a new skill set, or begin a new program of study. Check out some of the summer programs offered by Manhattan’s top colleges, universities and learning centers and sign up for classes today.
The Glorious History of New York's Grand...
Explore the history of Grand Central Terminal, New York City landmark and the nation's largest train station.
Free Summer Concerts in New York City
Attend free summer concerts in New York City, sponsored by the Today Show and Good Morning America, including One Direction, Maroon 5, and many more.
Our Guide to American Museum of Natural History...
Visit the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and explore the amazing worlds of the dinosaurs, outer space, and the history of the natural world. See the famous dinosaur skeletons, the giant blue whale and other animals, the Hayden planetarium and space displays, and much more.
The 8 Best New York Companies to Work For
Find a job at one of Forbes Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For 2009. Check out New York City area companies that offer great health benefits, work-life balance, a positive company culture, high job satisfaction levels, and other benefits. Top-ranked companies include Google, Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young, Accenture, and more.
Our Guide for What to See at The Museum of...
Stop by the Museum of Modern Art and view modern and contemporary works by world-renowned artists. See works by Van Gogh, Monet, Matisse, Dali, Warhol, Pollock, Johns, and more.
24-Hour Pharmacies in Manhattan -- Midtown
New York is the city that never sleeps, so here’s a list of where to go when you need medicine in the middle of the night. Page 2.
NYC Street Fairs and Festivals
A schedule of NYC street fairs and outdoor festivals for April of 2012.
Check In to "The McKittrick Hotel" with Sleep...
The true function of the "The McKittrick Hotel" is deliberately veiled in an air of mystery by its creators,
Take a Walking Tour of the West Village
Discover Christopher Street, the heart of New York City's gay rights movement and one of the West Village's most charming sections. Page 2.
How to Find a No-Fee Apartment in New York City
Save money by finding a no-fee new york city apartment without a broker. Management companies rent no-fee New York City apartments directly to New Yorkers. Here's a list of reputable management companies with no fee apartments in New York City.
Everything You Need to Know About Renewing a...
Read up on all you need to know about renewing or replacing your passport, for those of you based here in Manhattan.
Wifi Location Directory
Browse our Wifi location directory to access internet and email for free from bars, cafes, parks, and other locations all over Manhattan.
How the Riots at Stonewall Pub Shaped the...
The Stonewall is an unassuming little bar in Manhattan’s West Village that has become a true landmark in gay history.
Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks in New York City
View the famous Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks 2012 in New York City. July 4th Independence Day celebration info -- including best July 4 fireworks viewing locations (FDR Drive, the Statue of Liberty, South Street Seaport, Roosevelt Island, river cruises, and more).
Best New York City Gyms
Find out which New York City gyms give you the most for your money. Read reviews and compare prices for memberships at various New York City gyms.
A Student's Guide to Life at NYU
Thinking about attending college at NYU? Learn from an insider what it's like to study at New York University -- the school, the exciting neighborhoods that surround the campus, and life as a student in Manhattan.
Where to See the Macy's July 4 Fireworks in New...
See the July 4 fireworks in New York City. Macy's puts on quite a fireworks show for Independence Day in New York.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Stop by the Museum of Modern Art and view modern and contemporary works by world-renowned artists. Explore the spacious new facility and find painting and sculpture galleries, photography exhibits, and daily film programs in the museum’s theaters.
Strap on Your Skates at these 7 Top Ice-Skating...
The Rink at Rockefeller Center is one of the best ice-skating rinks in NYC.
Top 5 Best Brunch Spots in Manhattan
Manhattan restaurants offer many different types of brunch. From diners and cafes to outdoor dining and trendy eateries, there is surely a brunch for every type of taste.
Volunteer Opportunities in New York City
Volunteer and help others in Manhattan
New York's 11 Best Jazz Clubs
Scattered throughout Manhattan are some of the best Jazz venues in the world. From historic Jazz clubs like the Blue Note and Birdland to hip little clubs perfect for taking that special someone out on a date, you can’t go wrong with a night of hot jazz.
Top 5 Manhattan Maternity Stores for Moms-To-Be
Manhattan moms-to-be don't have to rely on sweat pants and shapeless muumuus. In New York City, you can find fashionable and comfortable clothing for all nine months of your pregnancy. Dress your baby belly for the office, yoga class, and evenings out.
Why You Absolutely Need the New (Free!) NYC...
Residents of NYC are now eligible to sign up for a free government-issued photo ID card, IDNYC, which comes loaded with cultural (and other) benefits.
A Walking Tour of Tribeca
Take a walking tour of New York City's Tribeca and get a feel for the neighborhood. This neighborhood walking tour offers scenic views and plenty of opportunities to stop for great food, shopping and fun.
Equinox Fitness - An Honest NYC Gym Review
Equinox fitness gym review and information on monthly membership fees, initiation fees, classes, facilities, and more
Set sail on a floating lobster shack on NYC's...
Set sail on a floating lobster shack on NYC's Hudson River, courtesy of the new North River Lobster Company.
Reopened Rainbow Room and New SixtyFive Lounge...
Rockefeller Center's reopened Rainbow Room and new SixtyFive lounge restore Gotham glamour.
Wifi Location Directory -- Page 2
Browse our wifi location directory for free wifi hotspots in New York City. Access internet and email for free from bars, cafes, parks, and other locations all over Manhattan. Page 2.
Our Neighborhood Guide for the Lower East Side
The Lower East Side is Manhattan’s most eclectic grit-meets-glam neighborhood. Here is information on transportation, schools, restaurants, and more.
Get a New York Street Fair Vendor License
What you need to know to participate in New York City street fairs, including licenses and permits, how to contact street fair sponsors, and costs. Page 2.
Think You Know Everything about the Empire...
What every New Yorker should know about New York City's tallest skyscraper, the Empire State Building.
Pier A Harbor House: Where Beer, Oysters,...
Head out to the new Pier A Harbor House, where history, craft beer, fresh oysters, and stellar views out on New York Harbor unite.
How to Make the Most of Your Visit to Lady...
Read up on everything you need to know about making the most of your visit to the Statue of Liberty.
United Nations Headquarters
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Visit the South Street Seaport
Find rich history, events, and shopping at Manhattan’s South Street Seaport, along with stunning views of the East River.
Expert Tips and Advice on Dating in New York City
Relationship experts Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus offer New York City dating advice. New to New York? In a New York City dating dry spell? Tamsen and Matt advise you on New York City dating etiquette and strategy.
Top Manhattan Parks That Aren't Central Park
Central Park isn’t the only great park in town. There are plenty of other green spaces for nature-starved New Yorkers to enjoy.
Chelsea Neighborhood Profile
Chelsea is a neighborhood that has it all. Explore Chelsea and experience art, history, the great outdoors, and some fantastic nightlife.
How To New York Unemployment Guide -- How to...
Lost your job? Find out how to apply for and collect unemployment insurance in New York and filing for extended unemployment benefits.
New Yorker's Guide to Rockefeller Center
A New Yorker's guide to New York City's famous Rockefeller Center, home of Radio City Music Hall, the Rockefeller Center ice-skating rink, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, the GE Building, NBC Studios, and more.
NYC Street Fair Photos
See photos of New York City summer street fairs. Take a walking tour of an NYC street fair.
Our Guide to Manhattan's Soho Neighborhood
Soho, located in downtown Manhattan, is a shopper’s heaven. Visitors walk the cobblestone streets and find designer stores, quaint boutiques, trendy restaurants and bars, and expensive apartments converted from artists' lofts in the historic cast-iron buildings.
One If By Land, Two If By Sea: Is This Really...
One if By Land, Two if By Sea is a famously romantic restaurant tucked away in an 18th-century carriage house in the West Village. With its candlelight, baby grand piano, and crackling fireplaces; One If By Land, Two If By Sea has been THE place to go for romantic rendezvous since 1972.
Governors Island Guide
Visit Governors Island, the New York island just off of Manhattan, for tours of historic forts and buildings, picnics, concerts, biking, and more.
NYC's High Line Hosts Free Tours, Stargazing,...
NYC's High Line park hosts more than 400 free events and activities. Sign up for walking tours, stargazing sessions, kids' programs, and more.
Organize a Street Fair in Your NYC Neighborhood
Organize a New York Street Fair -- How to Get a New York Street Fair Permit. Page 3.
How to Really Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in New...
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in New York
Harlem Real Estate
Find an apartment, brownstone, or townhouse in Harlem, New York City. Harlem has some of the best real estate deals in Manhattan. Page 2.
Guide to New MTA Subway Rules
Keep your feet off the seats and your bag where we can see it. There are new rules for riding the New York City subway.
High Line Photos
Photos of High Line New York park
East Village Photo Gallery
Take a photo tour of New York City's East Village. Enjoy views of Washington Square Park, venture east to Astor Place and St. Mark's Place, then wander downtown to see Cooper Square and other Village sights.
SummerStage in Manhattan: 2014 Lineup Announced
The SummerStage lineup for 2014 has been announced, proposing the most exciting roster of free-of-charge summer cultural events in New York City.
Top 6 NYC Halloween Costume Shops
Where to find the most creative and creepy Halloween costumes in New York City for kids, adults, and pets.
Farmers Markets in New York City
For fresh local produce, skip the grocery store and shop at one of New York’s many farmers’ markets and greenmarkets. Here’s where to find them year-round.
How to Get Rid of Bedbugs
Don't let the bed bugs bite. Bed bugs move into the cracks and crevices of your apartment and feast on your blood when you're sleeping.
LGBT Publications in New York City
Your guide to New York City’s LGBT magazines and newspapers — all of which are still free — including Gay City News, GO Magazine, and NEXT.
Ride Your Bike in New York City
A guide to bicycling in New York City
Summer in Little Italy Festival
Enjoy summer in Little Italy at this annual festival. Every weekend during the summer, Mulberry Street closes to vehicle traffic and the Little Italy merchants come out for a street fair. Festival events include concerts, clam shucking, pasta eating, a kids' festival,and much more.
Take a Walking Tour of the Bronx Zoo
Take a walking tour of the Bronx Zoo and see photos of all of the animals.
Top 5 New York Movies Set in Grand Central...
Check out classic New York movies featuring scenes set in Grand Central terminal (and often shot on location in the station).
Essential Manhattan Phone Numbers and Web Sites
Essential phone numbers and web sites for Manhattan transportation and emergencies.
New York City Department Store Guide
Your shopping guide to New York City department stores. Find out where to go for great deals and get the scoop on stores including Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Barney's, and Century 21.
Best Waffles in New York City
From waffles with duck to waffles in a truck, a list of the city’s most delicious waffles and the unique ways which you can enjoy them.
Independent Movie Theaters in Manhattan
This weekend, skip the Netflix and switch up your entertainment routine by checking out a film at one of Manhattan’s many independent theaters.
New York City Summer Event Guide
Get the scoop on the hottest summer 2009 events in New York City. Central Park SummerStage, Shakespeare in the Park, Free Concerts and Movies.
Top 5 Spots for Dining Al Fresco
On a nice day, there's nothing better than dining outdoors. Check out Manhattan's best spots to dine al fresco. From sidewalk cafes to private gardens and teraces, to rooftops with a view -- we have the top picks.
How to Find Love in New York City
Relationship and dating experts answer your questions about romance in New York City, including rude date behavior and recession wedding planning.
Cool Museums in Manhattan
Museum Mile isn’t Manhattan’s only culture hot spot. Check out some of these alternative museums featuring some of Manhattan’s most fascinating exhibits.
Gay TV in Manhattan
Your guide to finding gay television networks and shows in Manhattan. Complete info on how to locate LGBT channels and programming on all of the city's most popular cable and satellite systems.
July 4th Weekend Events in New York City
Find events, fireworks, and more things to do in New York City this July 4th weekend.
May 2014: Spring in Full Swing in NYC
Here are some of May's top stories on all the events and happenings in Manhattan.
Desilicious
Desilicious brings New York City's South Asian gay community together for a lively monthly Bollywood-infused party. Learn more about Desilicious here.
24-Hour Pharmacies -- Uptown Manhattan
New York is the city that never sleeps, so here’s a list of where to go when you need medicine in the middle of the night. Page 3.
Guide to New York Flea Markets
Shop New York’s flea markets and find vintage clothing, household items and antiques. Visit Union Square Greenmarket and find fresh produce, baked goods, and potted plants and flowers
Holiday Tour of Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center -- Statue of Prometheus. Page 4.
Red Mango Frozen Yogurt in New York City
Read a review of Red Mango frozen yogurt and find Red Mango locations in New York City.
Welcome from New Manhattan Travel & Local...
Welcome (and March 2014 Stories) from New Manhattan Travel & Local Expert, Elissa Garay
Top 10 Proposal Spots In New York City
Thinking about popping the question? Make it a memorable New York City proposal at one of Brides New York's top ten proposal spots in New York City.
Send Out Summer with a Bang: 5 Fun Things to Do...
Send out summer with a bang, thanks to these 5 fun things to do for Labor Day weekend 2014 in NYC.
April 2014: Happy Spring, Manhattanites and...
Here are some of April's top stories on all the events and happenings in Manhattan.
Radio City Music Hall
Learn about the history of the famous Radio City Music Hall in Rockefeller Center, home of the Rockette's and New York City's most famous Christmas Spectacular. Page 3.
Top Of The Rock at Rockefeller Center
Top of The Rock is most certainly a tourist attraction, but the views are amazing enough to delight even the most jaded New Yorker.
How to Get A Dog License in New York City
Find out how to get a dog license for your pet in New York City
Top 5 TV Series Set in New York City
From the groundbreaking “The Jeffersons” to mega-hits like “Seinfeld” and “Friends,” New York City has been a co-star in some of TV’s most popular series.
Roosevelt Island Guide
Learn more about Roosevelt Island, the New York City neighborhood just a tram ride away from Manhattan.
Top 4 Best New York Restaurants for Vegetarian,...
Healthy eating can be delicious in New York City. NYC has a wide selection of great vegetarian, vegan, organic, raw food, and healthy restaurants ranging from the casual to the gourmet.
Manhattan Apartment Rental 101 -- Apartment...
Finding a great rental apartment for a reasonable price in Manhattan is hard. There's a lot of competition and some landlords and brokers are real sharks. This apartment rental inspection checklist will help you evaluate apartments objectively and avoid getting ripped off.
The Sports Center Health Club at Chelsea Piers
An overview of The Sports Center Health Club at Chelsa Piers, one of the best gyms in New York City, which features 20,000 square foot of fitness facility.
Top 10 Most Popular Baby Names for Girls in New...
On the most recent list of New York’s most popular baby names for girls, old-fashioned choices from Grandma’s time dominate. Here are the top ten.
The Cloisters Museum
A trip to the Cloisters museum allows New Yorkers to travel back to medieval Europe without ever leaving Manhattan.
How Sweet it Is! Make Way for Manhattan's 5 Top...
Vosges Haut-Chocolat is one of the 5 best chocolate shops in Manhattan.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Learn about the Metropolitan Museum of Art's most famous paintings. Don't miss The Met's featured works by masters including Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Titian, Caravaggio, Jackson Pollock and others. Page 2.
Amateur and Recreational Sports Leagues in New...
Play a variety of team sports with other young urban professionals, including basketball, softball, soccer, and even dodgeball games in Manhattan.
NYC's Beloved High Line Park Unveils its Final...
One of NYC's most celebrated public projects, the High Line has unveiled its third and final phase: the High Line at the Rail Yards.
The Amazing New York Race
Now you can run the Amazing Race without leaving New York City. The Amazing New York Race offers all of the challenge and fun of The Amazing Race and the opportunity to explore and tour New York City.
May 2013 Events in New York City
Find events and things to do in May 2013 in New York City. Check out our May event guide for information on the Tribeca Film Festival, NYC AIDS Walk, the Five Boro Bike Tour, Mother's Day, street fairs, and much more.
Explore NYC with 200+ Free Walking Tours this...
Set out on one of 200+ fee NYC tours this weekend (May 1–3, 2015), courtesy of Jane's Walk, hosted by the Municipal Art Society.
Outdoor Movies in New York City
See free and cheap outdoor movies in New York City this summer of 2012.
Bloomingdale's
Shop at Bloomingdale's department store -- either uptown or in Soho -- for a vast selection of high-end products and services.
Everything You Need to Know about Dining at...
With its breathtaking views of Manhattan and tons of romantic charm, the River Cafe is the perfect spot for a cozy dinner for two on Valentine's Day, your anniversary, her birthday, or any other occasion that demands an ambience for romance.

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