Times Community News Columnist Bryan Mahoney

Bryan Mahoney
Burb's Eye View: Columns about Burbank culture, Burbank society, Burbank politics, and, well, all things Burbank

Burb's Eye View: A quiet game of kings and retirees

Burb's Eye View: A quiet game of kings and retirees

I’d been at the table for about an hour, taking in what wisdom I could from Ivor Baron and Jose Solis. Sometimes the chess pieces blurred around and away, leaving a thinner collection of game pieces that should have been easier to read.

Burb's Eye View: Young Scout is organizing an athlete send-off in Burbank

Burb's Eye View: Young Scout is organizing an athlete send-off in Burbank

This Friday, athletes from Botswana and Zimbabwe will leave Burbank and make final preparations before the Special Olympics begin the next day. They’ll be greeted with a send-off from people from across the city, wishing them well in the...

Burb's Eye View: Library reading club welcomes grown-up reviews

Burb's Eye View: Library reading club welcomes grown-up reviews

Three years ago, the Burbank Public Library modestly invited every single person in the city to become a book reviewer. A scant few, dozens maybe, have taken the library up on its offer.

Burb's Eye View: Having two cities to call home

Burb's Eye View: Having two cities to call home

Recently — in the last year maybe — I stopped telling people I was “heading back home” when visiting Mom and Dad. It wasn’t a conscious decision, it just kind of happened. I’ve settled so comfortably in the Burbank...

Burb's Eye View: Disney athletes sing for cancer hospital

Burb's Eye View: Disney athletes sing for cancer hospital

Before he sang a note, Christian Morales smiled under the sweat-inducing orange lights of Sardo’s karaoke bar. He politely thanked everyone for their attendance.

Burb's Eye View: Getting to know the residents of Stough Canyon

Burb's Eye View: Getting to know the residents of Stough Canyon

The small king snake, though safely behind glass, was nonetheless imposing. It curled itself in its enclosure and bared its tongue to 5-year-old Benjamin Spangler.

Burb's Eye View: Animal shelter features a purr-fect program

Burb's Eye View: Animal shelter features a purr-fect program

Earlier this month, CatCon filled Los Angeles with thousands of pet owners looking to fill their cat fancy with the latest trendy products manufactured for their felines.

Burb's Eye View: A sea change for multitasking

Burb's Eye View: A sea change for multitasking

If you’ve ever asked someone to multitask, consider what you’ll get in return. Sometimes jobs are best handled one at a time.

Burb's Eye View: Upgrades include hopes of eradication

Burb's Eye View: Upgrades include hopes of eradication

When the upgrades at Johnny Carson Park are completed this year, a new stage will replace the old one. It’s not big enough to bring in a band for a concert, which is just as well: The beetles are already there.

Burb's Eye View: The Media City is perfect for a staycation

Burb's Eye View: The Media City is perfect for a staycation

I had scrubbed the oven wall so hard that the grease eventually filled and stained each tiny groove in my fingertips. Not exactly how I planned to spend the day off.

Burb's Eye View: People gather together at annual Relay for Life

Burb's Eye View: People gather together at annual Relay for Life

The candle-lit bags that line the Relay for Life course each year bear a message honoring a cancer survivor, a caregiver or someone who has died.

Burb's Eye View: National Guard member to receive banner

Burb's Eye View: National Guard member to receive banner

The banner recognizing Paul McKenna Jr. for his military career hangs high above the parking lot at Burbank City Hall. There are many like it around City Hall and along Third Street, honoring those from Burbank who continue their service.

Burb's Eye View: Craigslist assembles strange bedfellows

Burb's Eye View: Craigslist assembles strange bedfellows

I still remember the first time I heard about Craigslist. It came from Craig’s competition — a classified-ads director who shuffled around the newsroom looking shell-shocked.

Burb's Eye View: Cancer survivor raises awareness of melanoma

Burb's Eye View: Cancer survivor raises awareness of melanoma

When the doctors told her about her cancer, Lesley Smith was sure they didn’t do the test right.

Burb's Eye View: Sound the trumpets for the Senior Games

Burb's Eye View: Sound the trumpets for the Senior Games

Next month, the gladiatorial stage will be set, and all over Burbank, the sweaty thrill of competition will overtake the city's playing fields.

Burb's Eye View: Volunteers help veteran get a home makeover

Burb's Eye View: Volunteers help veteran get a home makeover

He had lived in the house for more than 30 years, but now the pink paint was beginning to peel on Don Ray’s Verdugo Avenue home.

Burb's Eye View: Couple help reinvent the Burbank bar

Burb's Eye View: Couple help reinvent the Burbank bar

A few hours before the Friday lunch crowd fills the tables at Tony’s Darts Away, owners Tony and Amy Yanow stand at the head of the pool table. They’ve stacked 21 pairs of brown Converse sneakers on the felt and are opening a couple boxes...

Burb's Eye View: CicLAvia opens vistas, raises questions

Burb's Eye View: CicLAvia opens vistas, raises questions

I came home from Sunday’s CicLAvia bike ride filled with adrenaline and curiosity for how it might work in Burbank. And if Burbank is ever to try something similar, it has some serious questions to ask itself before inviting more than 100,000...

Burb's Eye View: Burg-muda Triangle is an intersection of change

Burb's Eye View: Burg-muda Triangle is an intersection of change

When the neon sign was taken down at Papoo’s Hot Dog Show in 2013, a new era began in Burbank’s high-steaks grill game.

Burb's Eye View: Plans for community gardening are taking root

Burb's Eye View: Plans for community gardening are taking root

This past weekend, I was reminded of how satisfying a tiny patch of earth can be.

Burb's Eye View: Small change as a token of the bigger kind

Burb's Eye View: Small change as a token of the bigger kind

Last week, I received my first personal email from my 6-year-old nephew, Owen. He’s the oldest of his siblings and cousins, which means he will be the first of his generation to try new things.

Burb's Eye View: A young book lover runs her own free library

Burb's Eye View: A young book lover runs her own free library

Ella Peresie found the giant box under the family Christmas tree, and though it had her name on it, she struggled to figure out what it was. Most kids might be happy with a few toys or the occasional clothes.

Burb's Eye View: Mural helps light up tribute to 'Torch'

Burb's Eye View: Mural helps light up tribute to 'Torch'

For a few hours on Feb. 8, much of the L.A. swing scene descended on Joe’s Great American Bar and Grill on Magnolia Boulevard, paying tribute to the ding-dong daddy who kept that place bumpin.’

Burb's Eye View: Award honors volunteerism of older residents

Burb's Eye View: Award honors volunteerism of older residents

If you’ve been in Burbank a while, you may remember the first year the city bestowed its County of Los Angeles Outstanding Older American Award.

Burb's Eye View: Libraries seek to give veterans a helping hand

Burb's Eye View: Libraries seek to give veterans a helping hand

The self-help section at the city’s two major libraries is about to become a larger resource for military veterans and their families.

Burb's Eye View: A channel bikeway and backyard politics

Burb's Eye View: A channel bikeway and backyard politics

A sand-colored cinder-block wall separates the Western Channel Bikeway from a home on Elm Street. It blocks the view of the path, but not the cigarette smoke that wafts into Jorge Pineda's house.

Burb's Eye View: Wine, paint and learning on their palette

Burb's Eye View: Wine, paint and learning on their palette

Spread next to the bottles of A-1 and Tapatio hot sauce are long, sturdy paint brushes. Glasses of chardonnay are set next to canvases. The painting party can begin.

Burb's Eye View: A shot outside the door may just be a winner

Burb's Eye View: A shot outside the door may just be a winner

Yosemite. Easter Island. Alameda Avenue.

Burb's Eye View: Bob Hope Airport has an identity crisis

Burb's Eye View: Bob Hope Airport has an identity crisis

Two travelers bound for Las Vegas, having exhausted their conversation topics, looked around the Bob Hope Airport terminal at nothing in particular.

Burb's Eye View: Volunteers come to the aid of 'Jungle Rescue'

Burb's Eye View: Volunteers come to the aid of 'Jungle Rescue'

By the time you read this, the monkeys will no longer be naked.

Burb's Eye View: Magical truck has become a sound tradition

Burb's Eye View: Magical truck has become a sound tradition

Three decades ago, Rick Holbrook threw some Christmas lights on a pickup truck and put some musicians in the back.

Burb's Eye View: A letter to a stranger met in passing

Burb's Eye View: A letter to a stranger met in passing

To the woman on West Elm Avenue who I visited early Saturday morning:

Burb's Eye View: Nativity Festival finds faith in the details

Burb's Eye View: Nativity Festival finds faith in the details

Last weekend’s Nativity Festival was big on spectacle, but the small things really left their mark.

Burb's Eye View: Helping local shops on 'Small Business Saturday'

Burb's Eye View: Helping local shops on 'Small Business Saturday'

By the time the third knickknack hit the bottom of the crinkly paper bag, I had the sudden, overwhelming epiphany that I had finished Christmas shopping for my sister.

Burb's Eye View: A message helps make a happy home

Burb's Eye View: A message helps make a happy home

When she moved into her new home on Lincoln Street this month, Elana Helgesen discovered a welcome surprise message: “Will you marry me?”

Burb's Eye View: Family Promise works to reboot its services

Burb's Eye View: Family Promise works to reboot its services

Family Promise of the Verdugos began as a conversation.

Burb's Eye View: She knows how to tap into public transportation

Burb's Eye View: She knows how to tap into public transportation

A little over a year ago, Fay Playsted sat in the room at the Joslyn Adult Center, listening to someone from the L.A. Metro transit service talk about all the benefits of taking the bus or train. It made sense to her; she’d used the service for...

Burb's Eye View: Time to sit down and hammer out your story

Burb's Eye View: Time to sit down and hammer out your story

This month you may see more laptops than usual at your local diner or cafe.

Burb's Eye View: This year's Secret Art Show slated for Nov. 22

Burb's Eye View: This year's Secret Art Show slated for Nov. 22

Last year, Cathy Stevens expected to walk into the art gallery, pick up something nice and scoot out the exit.

Burb's Eye View: Checking out the happenings at OktoBURfest

Burb's Eye View: Checking out the happenings at OktoBURfest

This past Saturday, the city of Burbank held possibly the largest public beer tasting in its history, teaching the ale-and-lager-loving public there’s a complex spectrum to the craft-beer movement in Southern California, and Burbank may be...

Burb's Eye View: It isn't too early to support the city's Santas

Burb's Eye View: It isn't too early to support the city's Santas

She didn’t know where the gifts of food and clothes came from, but Heather Brown knew that at Christmas, they’d be there.

Burb's Eye View: A late train, a hot sun and a true adventure

Burb's Eye View: A late train, a hot sun and a true adventure

Stepping out into the bright morning from Union Station, we were disoriented. We hopped on our bikes and rode a couple blocks into Chinatown, where we found ourselves smack in the middle of a parade.

Burb's Eye View: A teen and tween go for the extreme

Burb's Eye View: A teen and tween go for the extreme

A few years ago, the Flores brothers first evaluated the Extreme Cowboy Assn. and their place within it with all the rigor and careful planning that a 15-year-old and an 8-year-old could muster.

Burb's Eye View: Twelve-year-old raises funds in friend's memory

Burb's Eye View: Twelve-year-old raises funds in friend's memory

Before an ounce of soapy water soaked the first windshield at 12-year-old Will Jurman's car wash, he'd already earned $900 in memory of...

Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author

Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author

In Burbank, there are UFOs and then there are UFOs.

Burb's Eye View: Saving water is another important challenge

Burb's Eye View: Saving water is another important challenge

By now you may have seen the videos on the Internet of the "Ice Bucket Challenge," a fundraiser that's pretty straight-forward:

Burb's Eye View: Chandler Bikeway's 10-year anniversary celebrated

Burb's Eye View: Chandler Bikeway's 10-year anniversary celebrated

Bob Olson first strapped on a pair of skates nearly 60 years ago, but until 10 years ago, he'd drive off to Hansen Dam to use them.

 Burb's Eye View: Literacy program is no trivial matter

Burb's Eye View: Literacy program is no trivial matter

Last year's citywide spelling bee was an experiment for the Burbank Public Library's literacy program, one that organizers won't try again as they reinvigorate the popular annual fundraiser — a trivia challenge.

Burb's Eye View: Places of worship put faith in the Web

Burb's Eye View: Places of worship put faith in the Web

Scott Lasky taught himself how to build a website so that the church he belongs to could be online. That’s what you do when you’re a large, networked organization: You have a website and you get on the Internet like everyone else.

Burb's Eye View: Rosie proves to be quite the attraction at local shop

Burb's Eye View: Rosie proves to be quite the attraction at local shop

It’s hard to say why people fall in love with Rosie: maybe it’s the beauty mark on her nose or the way she’s perfected the pinup pose.

 Burb's Eye View: Muir students rock with music legends

Burb's Eye View: Muir students rock with music legends

We just had our faces melted off by the shrieking guitar riffs and arena-blasting, Prog-Rock stylings of Styx. Then Foreigner took the Greek Theatre stage, wailing on classic ballads 30 years past their Billboard heyday, but no less powerful.

Burb's Eye View: Bicyclists join forces for 'Walk Bike Burbank'

Burb's Eye View: Bicyclists join forces for 'Walk Bike Burbank'

Last weekend, a group of bicyclists gathered around a coffee-shop table and solidified a new era for Burbank’s bike and pedestrian paths.

Burb's Eye View: Rolling the dice on a new Burbank pastime

Burb's Eye View: Rolling the dice on a new Burbank pastime

A board-game designer and a beer brewer walk into a bar. These might seem like two unrelated professions, but there's an entrepreneurial spirit that bubbles in both.

Burb's Eye View: The city, the ball and the wardrobe

Burb's Eye View: The city, the ball and the wardrobe

The man’s name was Jimmy Old-son and he was a journalist from the later 1800s looking for adventure.

Burb's Eye View: The sometimes strange business of memorials

Burb's Eye View: The sometimes strange business of memorials

A few weeks ago I “met” a patron of the Colony Theatre whose ashes are contained within a sarcophagus in the lobby.

Burb's Eye View: DIY show unites a variety of performers

Burb's Eye View: DIY show unites a variety of performers

The groundwork was already there for Jed Reynolds to pursue acting. His parents own a professional theater in South Pasadena, and his father has one of the longest recurring roles in daytime television.

Burb's Eye View: Don't shortchange the value of coin collecting

Burb's Eye View: Don't shortchange the value of coin collecting

John Kozlowsky sat across from the appraiser with a bag of dimes in his left hand, a list of handwritten questions in his right.

Burb's Eye View: Scout paints B project as Eagle worthy

Burb's Eye View: Scout paints B project as Eagle worthy

The giant B overlooking downtown Burbank from the Verdugo foothills is older than most of the people who see it every day.

Burb's Eye View: Colony Theatre makes way for new memories

Burb's Eye View: Colony Theatre makes way for new memories

It's five minutes to showtime and the house lights are still up at the Colony Theatre. They'd have to be, if they ever expect to sell anything.

Burb's Eye View: Looking for that perfect pizza

Burb's Eye View: Looking for that perfect pizza

Two years ago I scoured Burbank’s sub shops for the perfect sandwich. Last year, I tested my arteries’ strength and loaded up on burgers, trying 24 different varieties throughout the city.

Burb's Eye View: Reflection and inspiration on Memorial Day

Burb's Eye View: Reflection and inspiration on Memorial Day

If you’ve never been to a Memorial Day observance in Burbank, it is a poignant and solemn ceremony that provides many reasons for you to attend and honor those who have fought for their country.

Burb's Eye View: Picnic-goers witness Nerf carnage at the park

Burb's Eye View: Picnic-goers witness Nerf carnage at the park

The Ryan family enjoyed a Mother’s Day lunch under a tree at the old L.A. Zoo. Even Grandma flew in from Florida to enjoy the lovely afternoon in a quiet corner of Griffith Park.

Burb's Eye View: Those who were lost are still out there

Burb's Eye View: Those who were lost are still out there

Just because we look up into the night and can't see the stars doesn't mean they're not there.

Burb's Eye View: Lessons in prevention at the YMCA

Burb's Eye View: Lessons in prevention at the YMCA

The girl opened her mouth wide, eyes wider and plunged backward into the unknown.

Burb's Eye View: Phone-booth project calls out domestic abuse

Burb's Eye View: Phone-booth project calls out domestic abuse

The four phone booths inside the Burbank Town Center Mall may have looked at home there 20 or 30 years ago. Not Monday.

Burb's Eye View: Catching the Youth Art Expo's opening

Burb's Eye View: Catching the Youth Art Expo's opening

At the gala opening of her show at the Creative Arts Center Gallery, artist Thora Moeller stops a moment to allow her public...

Burb's Eye View: Road signs warn of a traffic nightmare

Burb's Eye View: Road signs warn of a traffic nightmare

When San Fernando Boulevard underneath the Golden State (5) Freeway overpass closes next month, it will be closed forever, forcing Burbank neighborhoods to cope with an undeniable increase in traffic for at least two years.

Burb's Eye View: Monster mavens meet at the Marriott

Burb's Eye View: Monster mavens meet at the Marriott

Judging by his oozing head wound, the gray, plastic Hazmat suit Ken Mclaughlin was wearing didn’t help stave off the zombie attack.

Burb's Eye View: The Kiwanis answer the call to Aktion

Burb's Eye View: The Kiwanis answer the call to Aktion

If I’ve learned anything over the last three years writing in Burbank, it’s that there is never a shortage of ways people can help their community.

Burb's Eye View: Raising funds in memory of a fallen officer

Burb's Eye View: Raising funds in memory of a fallen officer

The bocce tournament was well underway when retired LAPD detective Michael Pavelka turned toward the hill to orient himself.

Burb's Eye View: Swimming with yard-sale sharks

Burb's Eye View: Swimming with yard-sale sharks

The sharks were circling. I spread the chum as neat and symmetrical as I could.

Burb's Eye View: A writer's TV work remains relevant

Burb's Eye View: A writer's TV work remains relevant

Irma Kalish had not seen her friend in years, yet here she was, thousands of miles from where they first met, telling Kalish all about the surgery that removed a cancerous tumor from her breast.

Burb's Eye View: Decades of helping the homeless

Burb's Eye View: Decades of helping the homeless

When Barbara Howell interviewed for the job of directing Burbank’s aid center and food bank, the building looked lived-in and run down.

Burb's Eye View: A tale of unexpected friendship

Burb's Eye View: A tale of unexpected friendship

Norman Sewelson was out of his car for… 20 minutes? Maybe 30? He doesn’t remember — it was a long time to be sitting by the heavy traffic on Pico Boulevard, waiting for the dirty little dog to trust him.

Burb's Eye View: Copter noise propels a call for relief

Burb's Eye View: Copter noise propels a call for relief

If you want to know how bad the helicopter noise gets in Burbank, ask a horse.

Burb's Eye View: 3D printing represents a wave of the future

Burb's Eye View: 3D printing represents a wave of the future

How do I know we live in the future? Because on Saturday I watched a couple of school kids enter a virtual world where they built a toy robot and were ready to manufacture it in a few hours.

Burb's Eye View: Appreciating the job of sewer workers

Burb's Eye View: Appreciating the job of sewer workers

If you were to ask me where the worst place is to start your career as a sewer worker, I might have said behind a chili restaurant. That’s where mine started.

Burb's Eye View: Garden club to host bee presentation

Burb's Eye View: Garden club to host bee presentation

Bees are life-giving little insects that make our food possible, and they even make some of it on their own. They’re fuzzy, colorful and cute in a six-legged freaky sort of way.

Burb's Eye View: Conquering fear as a matter of speaking

Burb's Eye View: Conquering fear as a matter of speaking

If public speaking is as great a fear as they say, I just met the bravest people in Burbank.

Burb's Eye View: Head cold puts damper on weekend

Burb's Eye View: Head cold puts damper on weekend

I had plans. Big, juicy ones. I had the kinds of plans that enable men to conquer mountains (or at least the hills above downtown Burbank).

Burb's Eye View: Building city's Rose entry takes team effort

Burb's Eye View: Building city's Rose entry takes team effort

Walking around the warehouse home of Burbank’s Rose Parade float is a bit like a movie set — you’ve got...

Burb's Eye View: Not getting derailed by the Christmas rush

Burb's Eye View: Not getting derailed by the Christmas rush

On my parents’ Christmas tree hangs a wooden train ornament. It is a simple, quaint expression of the youthful joys of the holidays — not the flashy hi-techitude of the laser-cut teddy bear that hangs nearby.

Burb's Eye View: A happy accident worthy of competition

Burb's Eye View: A happy accident worthy of competition

Ireland's hills roll forever, folding over and underneath each other. They are a sea within a sea, this island of grassy hillocks pocked with farms and fences.

Burb's Eye View: Longtime resident celebrates 100 years

Burb's Eye View: Longtime resident celebrates 100 years

There’s a very real spiritual center at Burbank First United Methodist Church. It’s heard in the voices of the world-class choir, and it’s felt in the neighborly brunch that follows the Sunday service.

Burb's Eye View: Hoping to see neighbors' faces light up

Burb's Eye View: Hoping to see neighbors' faces light up

The Christmas roller coaster at Nick and Carrie Nolan’s house was built with a lot of screws and a lot of headaches.

Burb's Eye View: A winter pastime pays for summer camp

Burb's Eye View: A winter pastime pays for summer camp

Jack Volpei first heard about the YMCA's summer camp in 1963. He was told it would be good for his son, who was then 7 years old. And it was free.

 Burb's Eye View: Putting some Black Friday options on the table

Burb's Eye View: Putting some Black Friday options on the table

There was a tradition in the Mahoney household that involved a lot of sleep after the Thanksgiving meal.

Burb's Eye View: Electronic City is turning off its lights

Burb's Eye View: Electronic City is turning off its lights

Electronic City is hidden in plain sight on Burbank Boulevard. People drive by it a lot, never thinking to go in, until one day that one unique light bulb blows on the flashlight and nobody carries a replacement.

Burb's Eye View: Preparing for the long winter, SoCal style

Burb's Eye View: Preparing for the long winter, SoCal style

The outside air did that cute thing when it drops 15 degrees just a few seconds after the sun sinks. My wife and I prepared for the worst on our stroll through Toluca Lake — should we wear hats? Maybe fingerless gloves?

Burb's Eye View: Standing up to future in stand-up comedy

Burb's Eye View: Standing up to future in stand-up comedy

The influences in young Andrew Duvall's life carried many names, each more powerful than the last.

 Burb's Eye View: Gallery attracts artists to Magnolia Park

Burb's Eye View: Gallery attracts artists to Magnolia Park

The arts scene in Magnolia Park lives well beyond the vintage couture designs of its throwback shops and barista bars, beyond the art galleries and theaters that pepper its storefronts.

Burb's Eye View: She's busy being part of the solution

Burb's Eye View: She's busy being part of the solution

Most of the 20 raffle tickets that once stuffed the envelope were gone. Janet Diel scanned the tables for one last basket to try to win — there were dozens filled with toys, games, gift cards, food and wine.

 Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience

Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience

A few curious observers huddled around Mike McDaniel to better hear the story of the origin of the Burbank city library. As the tale unfolded, Helen von Seggern nodded, quietly confirming the details as she remembered them.

Burb's Eye View: A Pilates studio with a mission of health

Burb's Eye View: A Pilates studio with a mission of health

The reformer exercise machines at Janice Cronkhite's Toluca Lake Pilates studio sometimes serve a higher purpose.

Burb's Eye View: Lessons taught by Joxer the Mighty

Burb's Eye View: Lessons taught by Joxer the Mighty

When I first met Joxer the Mighty, we were in love with the same girl: A leggy redhead with a penchant for the same nerdy things I liked and a gift for choosing good people as her friends.

 Burb's Eye View: A wedding is hitched to a high school reunion

Burb's Eye View: A wedding is hitched to a high school reunion

Saturday's nostalgia-fueled romp across the decades proved you may get older, but some people — and hairstyles — never change.

Burb's Eye View: Planting inspiration's seed

Burb's Eye View: Planting inspiration's seed

The plumeria tree outside Linda Garcia's house gave and gave again. Its soft, five-point blossoms pulsed color from its boughs, shining out to the sidewalk and the dog walkers who passed the house on their daily rounds.

Burb's Eye View: The rights and the wrongs of plastic bags

Burb's Eye View: The rights and the wrongs of plastic bags

I get the default reaction to Burbank's soon-to-be-proposed ban on plastic shopping bags. I understand the warnings of "nanny state" and "Big Brother." This is the right reaction in a democracy where government should fear the people and not the...

 Burb's Eye View: Teacher looks forward as she returns home

Burb's Eye View: Teacher looks forward as she returns home

Christine Rog's first back-to-school ritual took place in her kitchen, where the construction of a ham sandwich heralded the start of a new year and new challenges ahead.

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