Our Holiday Gift Guide for 2017

The holidays are here, and we couldn’t be happier. We firmly believe that it is vital to spread and show love all year-round, but there’s something about this time of year that makes sharing your love with others even more magical. But finding the perfect gift for that special someone isn’t always so easy. In fact, it can be really hard. Trust us, we know. Whether it’s due to work, general life responsibilities, or your friends and family just plain old not knowing what they want… shopping for others can be a challenge.

That’s why we’ve assembled this handy Holiday Gift Guide. We spent the time you don’t have searching the streets (and the Internet) to find truly unique and exciting options for your 2017 gift-giving duties. These gifts range from decadently delicious, to calming and nurturing, to luxuriously thrilling. So let’s get started!

Bettina Duncan

Diamond Bead on Mix Opal, Pyrite, and Blue Jade Necklace

Diamond Bead on Mix Opal, Pyrite, and Blue Jade Necklace

Those who subscribe to our newsletter are no strangers to Bettina Duncan. Bettina Duncan makes must-have jewelry for stylish women — no matter what your taste is. Bettina Duncan’s designs are varied and honor the eclectic, effervescent, and ever-changing energy of Los Angeles. Her work can be calm and humble, or it can be bold, bad ass, and in your face. Whatever your mood and sense of aesthetics are — Bettina Duncan has designed a piece for you.

Shop the Diamond Bead on Mix Opal, Pyrite, and Blue Jade Necklace.


Heath Ceramics

2017 Winter Seasonal Collection

2017 Winter Seasonal Collection

Heath Ceramics makes elegant, tasteful, and unassumingly sophisticated products. The lines Heath Ceramics offers are robust and make sure every room in your house can be graced with the Heath Ceramics touch. We suggest you head on over to their Gift Page to view their neatly organized offerings this holiday season.

Shop Heath Ceramics Holiday Gifts.


Dream a Little Dream Yoga Pants & Blue Moons Yoga Mat

Dream a Little Dream Yoga Pants & Blue Moons Yoga Mat

Your body is your temple, and your temple deserves some fine accessories. We’re passionate about healthy-living and keeping an active lifestyle. Yoga is one of our favorite ways to stay active in a meaningful yet low impact way. That’s why we love Sankalpa. Sankalpa makes ethically sourced and produced yoga pants and mats. And their yoga pants are made in the USA of imported fabric that is printed, cut and sewn in California. There’s just so much to love about Sankalpa. Check them out for gift ideas for the yogi in your life.

Shop Sankalpa Yoga Pants.

Shop Sankalpa Yoga Mats.


Bath & Meditate Sets from the Incausa Collection

Bath & Meditate Sets from the Incausa Collection

Incausa makes mindfulness and checking in with yourself more desirable than ever. Incausa’s business-model celebrates and supports “indigenous heritage and sovereignty” by providing artisans from around-the-world with an outlet for their wares. The Incausa Collection takes its cues and inspirations from around the world. While the “Indigenous Collection” offers goods made from makers worldwide. The “Indigenous Collection” comes with the guarantee that 100% of the collection’s proceeds are returned to the artisan-makers responsible for each item.

Shop the Incausa Collection.

Shop the Indigenous Collection.

Dharma Trading Co.

Unleash Your Creativity with the Dyes, Tools, & Starter-Kits from Dharma Trading Co.

Unleash Your Creativity with the Dyes, Tools, & Starter-Kits from Dharma Trading Co.

The Dharma Trading Co. started in Berkley, CA back in 1969. Since then The Dharma Trading Co. has transitioned to an online store that offers affordably priced dyes, tools, starter-kits, and other goods for DIY-at-home-makers. Listen, we’re a boho-chic bunch, but sometimes we’re a little more chic than boho. The Dharma Trading Co. offers us all opportunities to roll up our sleeves, get a little dirty — a little rootsy, and tap back into essential and tactile truths. Dharma Trading Co. offers items that are appropriate for any age, but Dharma’s goods are especially perfect for families looking to spend time creating and crafting.

Shop Dharma Trading Co.

Mozza at Home & Gjelina: Cooking from Venice, California

Image Courtesy of Laurel & Wolf

Image Courtesy of Laurel & Wolf

Food is essential. We need it to survive, but beyond that, we use food to show each other love and to celebrate. Food is truly communal. And we have a feeling you have a friend or two who considers themselves quite the at-home-chef. Well, we believe a big part of the holidays is sharing knowledge. And, maybe, an even bigger part of the holidays is leveraging our talents to entertain those we love. Well, these gifts do both! You’ll be giving the gift of culinary knowledge. And your friends will (hopefully) repay that gift by putting their newfound knowledge into practice! Whether your at-home chef is a total pro or just starting out these two cookbooks have you covered.

Shop Mozza At Home.

Shop Gjelina: Cooking from Venice, California.

Compartes Gourmet Chocolate

Compartes Chocolatier Collection feat. the limited Edition Holiday Gingerbread Bar

Compartes Chocolatier Collection feat. the limited Edition Holiday Gingerbread Bar

Compartes Chocolatier has been hand-making chocolates since 1950 in small batches right here in Los Angeles, California. Compartes says they use “locally sourced ingredients and the best chocolate from around the globe creating chocolate as art.” And we have to say that sums things up pretty perfectly. Compartes chocolates are as beautiful as they are delicious — and they are so delicious… While it’s a safe bet that anybody and everybody will love Compartes chocolates, you can think of this as the ideal “something sweet” for the art-lover in your life.

Shop Compartes Gourmet Chocolate Gifts.

Williams Sonoma – Bar Tool Sets

The OXO Bar Tool Set - From Williams Sonoma

The OXO Bar Tool Set – From Williams Sonoma

This time of year is perfect for tasty craft-cocktails that delight the palate and warm you from the inside out. And we all have that one friend who fancies themselves the go-to-bartender at social gatherings. So, what better gift (and hint) than an elite set of home-bar-tools? They’ll appreciate you for it, you’ll appreciate them even more for their talents, and if they don’t get the hint you can always prod them with a subtle, “well, let’s give it a test-spin!”

Shop Williams Sonoma At-Home Bar/Cocktail Tool Sets.

Porsche Experience:

On Track at the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles

On Track at the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles

Speaking of test-spins… we decided to end this list with a gift like none other: The Porsche Experience. As they say, “few things can send the heart racing like getting behind the wheel of a Porsche” and that is exactly what you’ll be gifting someone with The Porsche Experience. Guests will be treated to the heart-racing thrill of driving an authentic Porsche automobile through challenging test tracks within Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles’ world-class training facilities. In addition to Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles’ “53 Acre Playground” (that’s a lot of track) guests will also be delighted by the on-site fine-dining experience of the Porsche 917 Restaurant, and the grab-and-go convenience of the Speedster Café. The Porsche Experience is the perfect gift to give someone with the need-for-speed who could use a day off from the usual thrill of the morning commute.

Visit the Porsche Experience Center Los Angeles.

*All photos are courtesy of each brand’s Facebook page, except for the image courtesy of Laurel & Wolf.

Image courtesy of Evan Kirby.

Charities to Be Thankful for & How to Support Them

It’s important to always be thankful, and it can be hard too. But this time of year allows us to slow down and review our lives in ways we usually don’t. We work hard. We stress about work. We invest energy in our loved ones and their lives. We want new things — more things. We hang out on social media, looking for likes and yearning for engagement. It’s so easy to get swept up in it all. And it’s too easy to forget what we have to be thankful for.

That is why we are focusing our blog on five organizations we love and are truly thankful for: Safe Place for Youth, Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, The National Breast Cancer Foundation, and Code for America. These are just five of the charitable organizations we admire, cherish, and support — but they are certainly five of our favorites. And each charity executes a unique and essential mission.

Let’s take a look at why these organizations are so needed, why we are so thankful for them, and how we all can continue to support them.

Safe Place for Youth:

Image courtesy of Safe Place for Youth.

Image courtesy of Safe Place for Youth.

Safe Place for Youth is dedicated to feeding and clothing the homeless youth of Los Angeles. This charity is especially close to our heart because of how, literally, close to home this charity is. Safe Place for Youth was founded in 2011 by Founder/Executive Director Alison Hurst. Hurst, along with a team of passionate volunteers, began providing homeless youths of Venice Beach, Los Angeles with hot food, clothing, and socks. And Hurst and her team did this all by driving around, up and down — feeding and clothing as many homeless young people as they could meet.

Since then, Safe Place for Youth has grown to be able to offer more diverse and robust services and programs for homeless and troubled youths. Partnerships and support from the local community have grown considerably as well. Safe Place for Youth has grown from a 100% volunteer-led organization to a professional staff of twelve full-time employees who continue to fortify existing programs and develop new ones. Since April 2015, Safe Place for Youth has occupied its own building in Venice.

Image courtesy of Safe Place for Youth.

Image courtesy of Safe Place for Youth.

Safe Place for Youth’s mission is: to inspire, nurture, and empower the resilient human spirit of homeless youth by providing immediate and lasting solutions, one young person at a time.

You can support Safe Place for Youth by donating here. And you can visit them at their website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Planned Parenthood:

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood.

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood needs no introduction — but it definitely deserves one. Planned Parenthood is an American institution — it was founded on October 16, 1916, in Brooklyn, New York. The 100+-year-old organization is a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care in the United States and globally. In their own words, Planned Parenthood promotes “a commonsense approach to women’s health and well-being, based on respect for each individual’s right to make informed, independent decisions about health, sex, and family planning.”

That is an essential service, and it is one we are truly thankful for. And Planned Parenthood’s vision extends beyond reproductive health and rights. Planned Parenthood is committed to preserving health care globally. Planned Parenthood states it is, “committed to ensuring access to quality healthcare, education, and information for all individuals and families worldwide.” That is a massive undertaking.

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood. #StandwithPP

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood. #StandwithPP

We are lucky to be living in a world with Planned Parenthood. You can support Planned Parenthood by donating here. And you can visit them at their website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. And you can visit the Los Angeles Planned Parenthood site here.

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood President, Cecile Richards.

Image courtesy of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood President, Cecile Richards.


Image courtesy of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Image courtesy of the American Civil Liberties Union.

The American Civil Liberties Union fights for our freedom. The ACLU stands for our liberty and our nation’s liberty. The ACLU has spent almost 100 years defending and preserving the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country. In its own words, “Whether it’s achieving full equality for LGBT people, establishing new privacy protections for our digital age of widespread government surveillance, ending mass incarceration, or preserving the right to vote or the right to have an abortion, the ACLU takes up the toughest civil liberties cases and issues to defend all people from government abuse and overreach.”

Image courtesy of the American Civil Liberties Union. High school students training to be ACLU activists.

Image courtesy of the American Civil Liberties Union. High school students training to be ACLU activists.

The ACLU is a nationwide organization with over 2 million members, activists, and supporters. The ACLU champions and defends constitutional rights, whether they agree with those they are defending or not. That is an almost unimaginable task to execute. There aren’t many truly objective and nonpartisan organizations that adhere to standards above their bottom line. But the ACLU holds freedom above funding. The ACLU states, “The ACLU is nonprofit and nonpartisan. We do not receive any government funding. Member dues, as well as contributions and grants from private foundations and individuals, pay for the work we do.”

And you can support the ACLU by donating here. You can visit the ACLU at their website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation:

Image courtesy of The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Image courtesy of The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation is one of the newer charities we support. It was founded in 1991 by breast cancer survivor, Janelle Hail. Hail was diagnosed at the age of 34 in 1980. Back then there wasn’t much information about Breast Cancer, and Hail’s health — her life — depended on only a few options.

Janelle Hail’s treatment and experience led her to make a commitment to help women around the world by educating them about breast cancer and the importance of early detection. That desire led to the establishment of three key pillars of the NBCF’s protocol: Early detection, education, and support services.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation’s four main services are: the National Mammography Program, “Beyond the Shock,” the Patient Navigator Program, and the Breast Health Education program.

The National Mammography Program offers women, nationwide, free mammograms. You can search National Mammography Program affiliated facilities here. “Beyond the Shock” is an innovative online platform designed to educate people through affecting stories, told in writing and videos. You can visit “Beyond the Shock” here. The Patient Navigator Program helps patients cut through the complex barriers in the cancer care system to help ensure timely diagnosis, treatment, and support. You can search Patient Navigator affiliates here. And The Breast Health Education program directly educates woman about breast cancer through in-person meetings, materials provided at events, and online platforms. You can learn more about The Breast Health Education program here.

Image courtesy of The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Image courtesy of The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

The National Breast Cancer Foundation is a unique and special player in the fight against breast cancer. The NBCF’s programs and services support women in meaningful and innovative ways. The NBCF is a guiding light during a time which can be incredibly dark.

You can support The National Breast Cancer Foundation by donating here. And you can visit the NBCF at their website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Code for America:

Image courtesy of Code for America.

Image courtesy of Code for America.

Code for America is, in its own words, “a network of people making government work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century,” and to, “help government work better for the people who need it most.” If that sounds like a big goal, it’s because it is. Code for America knows what it is attempting to achieve is a massive and unending undertaking.

That is why Code for America calls on all Americans to lend their voices, ideas, and efforts. Remember, Code for America states their work is being done for the people and by the people. And Code for America proves that we can achieve remarkable results when we come together and work toward the greater good for all people.

Image courtesy of Code for America. Jennifer Pahlka - Executive Director, Code for America.

Image courtesy of Code for America. Jennifer Pahlka – Executive Director, Code for America.

Code for America was founded by Jennifer Pahlka in 2009. Pahlka is the former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. This position afforded her a deep and intimate understanding of the widening schism between public and private sectors, specifically regarding technology and design. Code for America works tirelessly to evolve the way we interface with our government.

You can support Code for America by donating here. And you can visit Code for America at their website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.


Intentional Communities: Redefining Ecology, Economy, & Society

As society gets more fractured there is a section of Americans that are yearning for a more connected way of living. There is a new trend emerging among people who are hungry for a more responsible and community-driven lifestyle of looking for large pieces of land or land connected to each other. These groups of people are interested in setting up communal living in what is being referred to as intentional communities.

The average American spends most of his/her life living with family. Then friends tend to become a sort of family. Eventually, a person may “settle down,” find a partner, and begin a family of his/her own. But there are more family/community models than that. We see a greater blend of friends and family in communities in other countries. There are many countries where multigenerational households are normal, and they are becoming more popular here. Community and its benefits have always been essential to living a good quality life, but as we become more connected digitally we have to make more concerted efforts to stay connected beyond wifi and data plans.

Love Thy Neighbor, Live Longer

Before we dig into a local intentional community, let’s look at one major idea behind intentional communities: community. Seems obvious, right? We contend it isn’t… Especially in today’s era of championing personal identity, and pursuing one’s own desires above and beyond anything else. The fact is: community is more than the average number of your most engaged “friends” who make up the majority of your “likes.” Community is a pillar of life. We have data that illustrates this. To put it bluntly: being part of a community and feeling invested in others will help you live longer.


Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Eco-Village

“Blue Zones” is an anthropological concept defined by the lifestyles and environments of the world’s longest-living people. This idea first appeared in the November 2005 National Geographic magazine cover story, “The Secrets of a Long Life” by Dan Buettner. Family, your community just beyond your family, and social engagement with those groups are key elements of Blue Zone communities. This is to say there is empirical evidence that supports the value community has. And intentional communities are looking to place community firmly at the center of our lives.

So let’s look at what defines a local intentional community, The Los Angeles Eco-Village.

The Los Angeles Eco-Village, a Local Intentional Community


Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Eco-Village

The Los Angeles Eco-Village (LAEV) neighborhood is located at the north end of Wilshire Center/Koreatown and in East Hollywood in the city of Los Angeles. LAEV has 30 to 40 members living in the LAEV two block neighborhood. The community demonstrates LAEV’s processes for achieving lower environmental impacts while raising the quality of community life. Beyond the main group of 30-40 members, you will find close to 100 members of the local community taking part in various aspects of LAEV activities. LAEV’s core values are:

1. Celebrate & include joy in all our endeavors.
2. Take responsibility for each other & the planet through local environmental & social action.
3. Learn from nature and live ecologically.
4. Build a dynamic community through diversity & cooperation, giving & forgiving.
5. Inspire compassionate, nurturing, & respectful relationships.
6. Create balanced opportunities for individual participation & collective stewardship.
7. Engage our neighbors and broader community in mutual dialog to learn, act, and teach.

Those seven values can be further distilled into three core concepts that define an ecovillage’s areas of focus: ecology, economy, and society.


Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Eco-Village

The Los Angeles Eco-Village’s ethos is mirrored in another trend we’re seeing emerge among millennials: investing in small-lot developments. Young people want to be close to their friends, and not follow the traditional route of finding a place in the suburbs that puts you at a 30-45 minute drive from everyone you know. This is where small-lot developments come into play. They may look like traditional townhouses, but small-lot developments are single family homes on “small lots” that have been subdivided from a larger parcel. Usually built by developers, millennials are pooling their funds to build these small-lot developments for themselves to create their ideal community with their friends. While these small-lot developments are simpler more individual efforts than a community like The Los Angeles Eco-Village, small-lot developments uphold the essential idea behind LAEV: redefining the role community plays in society at large.

You can follow up on The Los Angeles Eco-Village by visiting their website, and by following them on Facebook and Twitter.


Alexander Design: An Innovative Full Service Firm Inspired by Lifestyle

Every month we add new content to our blog to help keep our audience informed. This month we are focusing on women who make waves in the interior design industry. This entry is dedicated to the interior designer: Vanessa Alexander of Alexander Design.

Alexander Design is unique. It is a full-service firm that specializes in seamless concept to move-in solutions for spaces that range from residential homes to select special projects. Alexander Design is the brainchild of Vanessa Alexander. The firm employs an innovative and holistic approach to interior design informed by the client’s needs and lifestyle. It is truly couture interior design.

2Alexander-design-interiors-Malibu-coveMalibu Cove – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design

Vanessa Alexander: A Life in Studying Art and Aesthetics

Vanessa Alexander began traveling the world at an early age. She thrived on adventure, exploration, and experiential education. Her mother’s deep understanding of aesthetics and passion for art collecting taught Alexander the power that art and aesthetics have. Alexander’s travels and her mother’s influence laid the foundation for what would become Alexander Design.


Photo courtesy of Alexander Design

Alexander went on to work in the entertainment industry for several years. It is during this time when she met her husband. Alexander realized her new family was an opportunity to refocus her energy — it was time to redefine her goals and what she wanted to achieve.

Alexander began her journey in interior design, in earnest, with her own family. With her seemingly nascent talent and vision for interior design coming into bloom, Alexander began taking on a few private projects for friends and select high-level clients.

And with that, Alexander Design was born.

Much like Alexander Design is a full-service interior design firm that offers its clients solutions “from concept to move in,” Alexander Design has been fully seen through from concept to “move in.” Alexander Design began as a project born out of necessity for Vanessa Alexander’s own family. And the firm is now, in its own words, a “multifaceted firm with residential, creative, hospitality and retail projects from California to New York, Miami and beyond.”

So let’s take a look at some of what Alexander Design does.

3Alexander-design-interiors-Malibu-farm-1Malibu Farm – Photo courtsey of Alexander Design

Your Space, Defined by Your Lifestyle

5Alexander-design-interiors-SelfridgeSelfridge – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design

Alexander Design employs a style that tempers contemporary design language with custom and vintage pieces from various periods. And whether serving a person, family, or business, the team behind Alexander Design draws inspiration for its design work directly from the client. Your work, your passions, the way you move, the colors you code your life with… everything that makes you “you” is the groundwork for Alexander Design.


Serra Barn – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design

Alexander Design uses design to truly complement the client’s lifestyle. This approach affords the firm a unique and intimate understanding of the client that informs the design process. The firm states, “We draw influence first and foremost from context and surroundings.  We are inspired by the way that our clients live or want to live, by light both natural and curated, and by the rhythm and flow of space.” And that is how Alexander Design imbues its work with such deeply resonant emotional truth.

You can stay up to date on everything Alexander Design is doing by visiting their website and following them on Instagram and Pinterest.

2Alexander-design-interiors-CarmelinaCarmelina – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design


Serra Barn – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design


Serra Barn – Photo courtesy of Alexander Design


Ames Ingham: Interior Designer, Artist, & Innovator

Every month we add new content to our blog to help keep our audience informed. This month we are focusing on women who make waves in the interior design industry. This entry is dedicated to the interior designer: Ames Ingham.

“My philosophy has always been to create clean, elegant lines that are classic and timeless while still pushing the boundaries. I believe in locally handmade products and unique interiors that will excite you for as long as they are with you.” – Ames Ingham.


Photo courtesy of Ames Ingham

Who is Ames Ingham?

Ames Ingham captures the spirit of a space, she channels it. And she shows us a space’s inner life through interior design. Her work allows a space’s essence to come out for all of us to enjoy. Ingham, who has a background in theater, seems to perfectly casts each space in a role, and she then dresses it appropriately. That is how vibrant her work is. Ingham brings spaces to life and allows you to enter a sort of dialogue with your surroundings. You will find that spaces designed by Ingham naturally and effortlessly enhance and inform your feelings, they inspire reflection and creativity.

04Photo courtesy of Ames Ingham

But before Ingham’s career was even a vision in her mind, she began life as a child steeped in culture. Her mother worked for a prominent New York City auction house. This allowed Ingham to accompany her mother on business trips. The pair would explore French antique shops, searching for forgotten and unnoticed treasures. They would then bring what they found back to London and New York City to sell.

Ingham, who was born and raised in New York City, eventually moved to Los Angles after graduating from the Claremont Colleges where she studied theater. Her transition from the stage to interior design was smooth and natural. Her theater training led her to the art of set design. This is where she honed her masterful skill of taking the inner essence of a space, and using that essence as guidelines for her design choices.

Ingham’s love for art, culture, theater, and set design led her to co-found and run her own theater company for ten years. This experience fortified Ingham’s passion and natural talent with a deep understanding of space, structure, and lighting. Indeed, Ingham has more than technical prowess. Her theater training and history in set design affords her the empathy and unique perspective of an artist. Just like a novelist, poet, painter, sculptor, songwriter, and actor — Ingham can deeply feel the essence of her raw materials: the unadorned space and its potential finishes and furnishings. She draws that essence out, and she “paints” the blank space with it.


Photo courtesy of Ames Ingham

From Set Design to Interior Design

Ames Ingham’s transition from set design to into interior design was seamless. She assisted interior design legends Suzanne Rheinstein and Joe Nye before eventually opening her own business. Her experiences led to Ingham opening and operating her namesake boutique in West Hollywood from 2006-2009. Het boutique helped to establish her trademark look – a mix of antiques & modern finds, and bold graphic patterns.

03Photo courtesy of Ames Ingham

Ingham’s work as an interior designer introduced her to a new problem, which quickly became an opportunity… Ingham realized it was very difficult to find good lighting. There was a dearth of lighting options that struck a balance between creative expression and tasteful restraint. Ingham’s spirit for exploration and innovation led her on a new journey: designing custom light fixtures to be hand-crafted by artisans in Los Angeles. Her first design was called the Ingham Hall Lantern. It is a steel and glass box with a single downward light on a French chain. It is a classic and universal design that beget an entire collection. Ingham’s custom light fixtures can be explored on her website.

Ames Ingham’s work has earned her a dedicated and loyal following, and it has earned her press in a variety of prestigious periodicals. Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Luxe Interior + Design, Veranda, InStyle, People, and California Home + Design are just a few of the media that have lauded her work.

Ingham continues to innovate and inspire those within her industry, and those outside of it. You can follow her journey via her website, Facebook and Instagram.


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