East Side Calendar

East End Prep Leadership Day
9 to 11 a.m., Friday, Jan. 15
Last year, charter school East End Prep became one of our nation’s “Leader in Me” schools, which is a transformation process for schools that foster 21st century leadership skills — adapted from Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This day will offer folks the opportunity to learn about the leadership culture and environment at East End, tour the school, and meet student leaders. Learn about registering in advance or sign up the day of. 
1460 McGavock Pike, 615.630.7470
Annual Girl Scout
Cookie Program
Begins Jan. 1
We know you’ve been thinking about them since last year. . . it’s time again for Girl Scouts across Middle Tennessee to start pushing our favorite sweet treats. Place your cookie pre-order now or wait to pick them up from a card table near you. You’ll probably kill a box of Thin Mints in one sitting, so stock up.  
Palaver Thursday
3rd Anniversary Blow Out
7:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 14,
FooBar and The East Room
Hard to think that Palaver Records has been hauling out their showcase to FooBar for three years’ worth of Thursdays now. That’s a lot of stool sitting. Party with Palaver for this momentous occasion. Nineteen bands will be taking over both stages at FooBar and The East Room across the way. That means 19 bands, three stages, two bars, and one cover — $10. Acts aplenty include Daddy Issues, The Gills, Buffalo Rodeo, and many more (16 to be exact). Czech it out. 
2511 Gallatin Road, 2412 Gallatin Road
Brooke Waggoner
Album Release Show
Saturday, Jan. 16, EastSide Manor
Nashville’s own Brooke Waggoner is bringing it home for this show, celebrating the release of her new album, Sweven, out the day before on Jan. 15. The show is at the new home of music magic, EastSide Manor, a recording studio/event space hybrid. Check out the sweet digs and support this Nashville-based act. Good Buddy, another NashVegas act, opens. 
1279 Kenmore Place
Smile, Mommy! Cloth Diapering Informational Workshop
6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 17, Baby + Co.
East Nashville-based baby bum service, Smile, Mommy! is hosting an informative workshop to get new parents privy to the perks of cloth diapering. Save the Huggies for someone else.
3212 West End Ave. 
NAMA Monthly Mixer
5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 12,
Amerigo Italian Restaurant
NAMA, Nashville American Marketing Association, hosts a monthly mixer to explore the trends — new technologies and techniques of the trade. Meet for the mixer to learn all about the tools they’ve got in their shed. You’ll meet marketing gurus from a wide array of industries. Light apps are served. Register in advance on NAMA’s website. Free to members and $5 for newbies.
1920 West End Ave. 
Nashville Original’s
Restaurant Week
Jan. 18-24, various locations 
Restaurant week is back for its first installment of 2016. The twice-yearly event is powered by Nashville Originals, the nonprofit restaurant association. They’re here to turn you belly up. Many restaurants across the city participate, creating special menu items and deals for diners dropping by during the week. On the East Side, Two Ten Jack, Rumours East, and Holland House will be in on the fun. Nashville Originals helps support local initiatives and charities through the restaurant week festivities. So, you’re supporting something worthy while you’re stuffing that face with local fare. Go! Feast!.
Get to Know NAMA Coffee
8 to 9 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 21,
StagePost Studios
NAMA is all about introductions.. Their monthly coffee meet-ups are a great chance to learn more for would-be or first-time members. See what NAMA is all about and what a membership can do for your career. It’s free to attend, but register on their website to let them know you’re dropping by.
255 French Landing
Lymphoma Benefit Concert
8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29, Mad Donnas
Cancer sucks, but music rocks. Local singer-songwriter duo + couple The Bird and the Bear got the worst news this holiday season when Garry Wood, the bear of the band, received a Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diagnosis. The young couple has been reeling since the news and this musical fundraiser has been organized to help them foot the costs of the chemotherapy and treatment. The cost is $5 at the door, plus any additional donation you would like to make. Half of the donations will go towards the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and the other half will go towards Garry’s medical bills. Four bands will play, including The Bird and the Bear and their UK-based friend Stephen Glithero, who’s flying in specifically for the special event. If anything can get Nashville to come out for a cause, it’s music, right?  We here at The East Nashvillian don’t know a better way for you to spend your Friday night. .
1313 Woodland St. 
Cupid’s Chase 5K
Saturday, Feb. 13, Shelby Park
Valentine’s Day asks you to lead with your heart, but let your legs lead the way to this 5K the day before. This lope of love is a 5K run/walk, with all event proceeds going toward supporting people with disabilities. If you’re looking for love, grab an “available” T-shirt to don during the run and maybe you’ll find the one at the sweaty finish line. For those happily taken, throw on the “unavailable” tee. This Cupid canter supports a great cause and let’s face it, if you’re on the market, Cupid’s Chase might yield more results than OK Cupid. We recommend practicing your one-liners before this run.
Old House Fair
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 5, Sevier Park Community Center
Sure, that old house is charming, but what about the faulty foundation, funky plumbing, or that poltergeist in the attic? The Metro Historic Zoning Commission is holding its annual free, daylong festival that will explore and explain the many facets of owning and restoring historic properties. There will be presentations and hands-on demonstrations on a variety of topics pertinent to historic home ownership, like energy efficiency, maintenance and restoration, and era-appropriate design and architecture. For the pip-squeaks, Historic Travellers Rest Plantation & Museum will be providing hands-on activities for children of all ages. Plus, noms from the Smoke Et Al food truck. 
3021 Lealand Ave.
(new location: 919 Gallatin Ave., Suite 4)
Red Arrow Gallery’s Grand Reopening
Saturday, Jan. 9
Featuring Daniel Holland’s “Slow Violence” 
Jan. 9-Feb. 7
Mahwish Chishty & Maplewood High School Students present “This is Our War”
Opening reception Saturday, Feb. 13
Feb. 13- March 6
No Skyline Nashville- Various artitsts 
Opening reception 6 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9
Jan. 9-Feb.9 
Sneak Peak: An Evening of
Pleasures for the Senses 
Music by Sarah Aili and Eric Erdman with preview of “Box of Letters”
Friday, Feb. 12
Tickets online
Calm, Quiet, and Still Hike
2-3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9
Ages 14+, registration required
Where Am I? Intro to Navigation
1:30-4 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 9
All ages
Birds of a Feather — Around the World
10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Jan. 16
All ages, registration required
Scat Scoot
2-3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 16
All ages, registration required
Turtle Tracks
10-11 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 20
Ages 3-5, registration required
Coffee Social
7-9 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 23
All ages
Poetry in the Park: The Art of Writing Haiku Poetry
2-3 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 23
Ages 13+, registration required
Owl Prowl
5:30- 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29
All ages, registration required
Tracks and Traces
10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Jan. 30
All ages, registration required
Chinese New Year
11 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 6
All ages
Many Moons: A Collection of Art by Christie Wiser
6-8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 6
All ages
Love Birds Picking Party and
Winter Wonderland Cake Walk
6-8 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 11
All ages, registration required
Star Party with
Barnard Seyfert Astronomical Society
6:30-8:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 13
All ages
10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Feb. 20
Ages 7+, registration required
Winter is Weird
2-3 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 20
All ages, registration required
Woodcock Watch
5-6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 25
All ages, registration required
Bird Banding: 2015 in Review
10-11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 27
All ages
East Side Storytellin’
7 p.m., the first and third Tuesdays, The Post
Looking for something to get your creative juices flowing? They’ve partnered with WAMB radio to present an all-out affair with book readings, musical performances, and author/musician interviews in just one evening. Look for this event twice each month. If you want some adult beverages, feel free to BYOB. Check the website to see who the guests of honor will be for each performance. The event is free, but you may want to reserve a spot by calling East Side Story ahead of time.
1701 Fatherland St. Suite A, 615.915.1808
(East Side Story)
Trivia Time!
8 p.m., each week, 3 Crow Bar,
Edley’s East, Drifter’s, Edgefield, Lipstick Lounge
East Siders, if you’re one of the sharper tools in the shed (or not, it’s no matter to us), stop by one of the East Side locales to test your wits at trivia. They play a few rounds, with different categories for each question.There might even be some prizes for top scoring teams, but remember: Nobody likes a sore loser.
Monday at Drifter’s
Tuesday at Edley’s BBQ East, Edgefield Sports Bar and Grill, and Lipstick Lounge (7:30 p.m.)
Thursday at 3 Crow Bar
M.A.S.S. (Mutual Admiration Society of Songwriters)
7-10 p.m., every other Sunday, Mad Donna’s
Join Mad Donna’s for their night dedicated to all you songwriters out there (which is most of Nashville, right?). The first half of the night is dedicated to a singer-songwriter set, with an open mic at the end of the night. Check out the sweet drink specials, too.
1313 Woodland St.
The Boom Bap
9 p.m., fourth Sunday of every month, The 5 Spot
Once a month, The 5 Spot brings the beats and you bring the moves. Think of it as a hip-hop roundtable. A mess of DJs — resident hosts and guests — spin their favorite tracks, rotating throughout the night. Let their records bring the ruckus to you. This soiree was so popular it’s spread to other cities, but you can catch it where it started here in East Nashville.
1006 Forrest Ave., 615.650.9333
Spiffy Squirrel Sundays
6 p.m., Sundays, The East Room
The East Room is making a name for itself in Nashville’s comedy scene in part through Spiffy Squirrel Sundays, started up by The East Room head honcho Ben Jones through NashvilleStandUp.com. Hosted by local comedian Chad Riden, the shows bring in an array of national and local funny guys and gals, and it’s quickly become one of the best places in town for up-and-coming comics to flex their funny bones. If you’re looking for a laugh, check it out. Five bucks gets you in the door. They usually have some music planned for post-laughs, so stick around to see the bands.
2412 Gallatin Ave.
Community Hour at
Lockeland Table
4 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, 
Lockeland Table
Lockeland Table is cooking up family-friendly afternoons to help you break out of the house or away from that desk for a couple of hours. Throughout the week, they host a community happy hour that includes a special snack and drink menu, as well as a menu just for the kiddies. A portion of all proceeds benefits Lockeland Design Center PTO, so you can feel good about giving back to your neighborhood while schmoozing with your fellow East Nashvillians.
1520 Woodland St., 615.228.4864
Keep On Movin’
10 p.m. until close, Mondays, The 5 Spot
For those looking to hit the dance floor on Monday nights, The 5 Spot’s “Keep on Movin’” dance party is the place to be. This shindig keeps it real with old-school soul, funk, and R&B. Don’t worry, you won’t hear Ke$ha — although you might see her — and you can leave your Apple Bottom jeans at home. If you have two left feet, then snag a seat at the bar. They have two-for-one drink specials, so you can use the money you save on a cover to fill your cup.
1006 Forrest Ave., 615-650-9333
Scott-Ellis School of Irish Dance
4:30-5 p.m., ages 3-6, and 5-5:45 p.m., ages 7 & up, Mondays, Eastwood Christian Church Fellowship Hall
You’re never too young — or too old — to kick out the Gaelic jams with some Irish Step dancing. No experience, or partner, required. Just you, some enthusiasm, and a heart of gold will have you dancing in the clover before you can 
say “leprechaun.”
1601 Eastland Ave., 615.300.4388
East Nashville Jazz Jam
7-9:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Fat Bottom Brewery
Q: What’s even better than cheap craft beer and a tasty meal? A: Cheap craft beer, a tasty meal, and a jazz jam. Fat Bottom Brewery offers their $10 pint and entrée special accompanied by a jazz jam hosted by local drummer Nicholas Wiles. It’s a chance to meet some other jazz cats and play your poison. Peruse their menu and beer garden and pick a brew; they’ve got plenty of options for the seasoned beer drinker, and they’re always kegging fresh batches and pouring cold ones.
900 Main St.
Drag Bingo
8-11 p.m., Tuesdays, Mad Donna’s
Drop by Mad Donna’s Loft for the rotating cast of Drag Bingo-callin’ queens. Each week, they’ll have prizes for the first to get to B-I-N-G-O, plus drink specials. They’re calling your name — and possibly your number/letter combo.
1313 Woodland St.
Ultimate Comedy Show by Corporate Juggernaut
8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, The East Room
Local jokesters have taken up residency in The East Room for Corporate Juggernaut, a weekly series of open-mic comedy shows put on by Gary Fletcher, Jane Borden, and Brandon Jazz. Brad Edwards is your host and his backing band is The Grey Grays. You can always expect to see fresh material and new talent. Doors and sign-up are at 8 p.m. Get out and help support Nashville’s growing comedy scene.
2412 Gallatin Ave.
Small Batch Wednesday and Vinyl Night
6-9 p.m., Wednesdays, Fat Bottom Brewery
Fat Bottom has plenty of things happening on Wednesday nights — reason enough to move your own bottom over there. Each Wednesday they have food specials and a small batch brew release. They’re called small batch for a reason, so get there early enough to sip one. They’ll also have special guest DJs every week spinning their own vinyl, but you can even bring your own records if you’ve got a special song request. It’s an excellent way to get through hump day.
900 Main St.
East Nashville Green Drinks
6-9 p.m., third Wednesday of every month,
Village Pub & Beer Garden
Tired of talking sports and gossip every night out? Village Pub has something in mind for the greener East Nashvillian. Once a month, they host an evening for environmentalists to sit down for a drink and discuss ideas for a more sustainable future. Think about it like this: You’ll be saving the planet, one drink at a time.
1308 McGavock Pike, 615.942.5880
Comedy Pug Hugs
7:30 p.m., third Wednesday of every month, Mad Donna’s
Contrary to the name, you won’t see pugs taking the stage with their stand-up routine. You can, however, expect to see a fresh lineup each month full of local and national funny dudes and dudettes. Nashville comedians Paulina Cornbow and Mary Jay Berger host this pugnacious evening. Performers will show off their storytelling, stand-up, sketch, and musical comedy acts. If the $5 price tag and laughs aren’t enough to make your tail wag, a portion of ticket sales will benefit MidSouth Pug Rescue.
1313 Woodland Ave.
John Cannon Fine Art classes
6-8 p.m., Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m., Saturdays, The Idea Hatchery
If you’ve been filling in coloring-book pages for years, but you’re too intimidated to put actual paint to canvas, it might be time to give it a try. Local artist John Cannon teaches intimate art classes at The Idea Hatchery, and the small class size keeps the sessions low-pressure and allows for some one-on-one instruction. If you’re feeling like you could be the next Matisse with a little guidance, sign yourself up.
1108-C Woodland St., 615.496.1259
Walk Eat Nashville
1:30-4:30 p.m., Thursdays,
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Fridays, 5 Points
What better way to indulge in the plethora of East Nashville eateries than a walking tour through the tastiest stops? Walk Eat Nashville tours stroll through East Nashville, kicking off in 5 Points, with six tasting stops over three hours. You will walk about 1.5 miles, so you’ll burn some of those calories you’re consuming in the process. This tour offers the chance to interact with the people and places crafting Nashville’s culinary scene. You even get a little history lesson along the way, learning about landmarks and lore on the East Side. Sign up for your tour online.
“Dame’s Day” Happy Hour
6:30-10 p.m., Thursdays, Pomodoro East
It’s ladies’ night and the feeling’s right. Pomodoro East is making a happy hour just for the broads. Gals can grab a Genny Light for $2, bubbly for $3, wine for $4, and well-crafted Hangar 1 cocktails for $5. They’re calling all contessas and queens — go wet your whistle.
701 Porter Rd., 615.873.4978
Palaver Thursday Showcase
9 p.m., Thursdays, fooBAR Too
Looking to hear some fresh new tunes without paying a pretty penny to do it? Head over to fooBAR on Thursday nights — East Nasty-based record label Palaver Records hosts a weekly showcase to promote both local and traveling acts. It gives them a chance to scout performers, bands an opportunity to promote themselves, and music lovers a cheap show to catch during the week (only $5 at the door). You can see an array of different genres from week to week, and the beer always flows easy at foo Too with $3 Yazoo drafts.
2511 Gallatin Rd.
East Nashville Crime Prevention Meeting
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Thursdays,
Beyond the Edge or Drifters
Join your neighbors to talk about crime stats, trends, and various other issues with East Precinct commander David Imhof and head of investigation Lt. Greg Blair. If you are new to the East Side, get up to speed on criminal activity in the area. If you are a recent victim of crime, they want to hear your story.
Bluegrass Thursdays with Johnny Campbell & the Bluegrass Drifters
8 p.m. until close, Thursdays, Charlie Bob’s
To celebrate your post-Hump Day, head to Charlie Bob’s and bring your axe along. Watch North Second Street’s own Bluegrass Drifters kick things off, then join in on the pickin’ party afterward. Have a burger, buy a few beers, and add a little ’grass to your life.
1330 Dickerson Pike, 615-262-2244
6-8 p.m., Fridays, Nutmeg
We all know the quintessential image of an old woman knitting by the fire — so take that, add a few more stitchers and seamstresses, throw in some wine, and you’ve got yourself a Stitch-n-Bitch. Bring your supplies, or better yet, buy some there. Get hooked.
1006 Fatherland St. #204
Tim Carroll’s  Friday  
Night Happy Hour
6-8:30, Fridays, 5 Spot
Your local watering hole has rocker Tim Carroll’s band playing their way through happy hour every Friday. It’s a great Spot to grab a beer and hear some tunes to kick off the weekend — drinks are discounted and the music is free.
1006 Forrest Ave., 615.650.9333
Sparkle City
10 p.m., Friday, fooBAR
Foo’s best dance party with their freshest DJs happens every Friday night. Spinmasters David Bermudez and Jonas Stein drop the needle on vinyl all night with the numbers that’ll make you shake what ’yer mama gave you.
2511 Gallatin Rd.
Jump Session
Swing Dance Classes
8 p.m.to midnight, Fridays, DancEast
Grab your partner and swing on over to Jump Session’s swing dance classes at DancEast. They’ll be dipping and hopping all night long to 1920s-1940s jazz. Put on your zoot suit and give it a twirl. If you’re a newbie, they have a beginner lesson from 8-9 p.m., with the full-on, dance hall party starting after. You can hit the floor for just $7, or $5 if you have a student ID.
805 Woodland St.
Queer Dance Party
9 p.m. to 3 a.m., third Friday of every month, 
The 5 Spot
On any given month, the QDP is a mixed bag of fashionably clad attendees (some in the occasional costume) dancing till they can’t dance no mo’ at The 5 Spot, which was coincidentally named the second-best place to dance in Nashville. Help pack out the cozy club, shake a leg, slurp down some of the drink specials, and let your true colors show.
1006 Forrest Ave.
First Time Stories
7-10 p.m., first Friday of every month, 
Actor’s Bridge Studio
We all have our firsts, some better than others. Whether it’s a story about that first prom night when you weren’t crowned king or queen, your first concert, or maybe that first kiss, these stories are the stuff of the stage. Actors Bridge hosts an open mic night for which such soliloquies are made. They call it “storytelling karaoke,” and they only ask that you tell it straight from the heart in less than five minutes. Bring your first, and it won’t be the last time you make it out. Admission is $5 (bring a few extra bucks for the cash bar).
4304 Charlotte Ave.
Poetry in the Brew
5:30 p.m. Second Saturday of every month, Portland Brew
Wordsmiths out there: East Nashville’s own open mic poetry night goes down at Portland Brew once a month. A poet is featured every month, with a chance to promote their work and read for 15 minutes — all the other poets get five minutes live. Arrive early because this poetry powwow fills up fast and there is limited seating. Sign-up for the open mic begins at 5:30 p.m., with reading starting at 6. 
1921 Eastland Ave. 
Palaver Records Presents 
at Turn One
9 p.m., Saturdays, Turn One
Palaver Records is casting out its net a little further into the dives of East Nasty. They have their weekly showcase spot at fooBAR and now they’re moving down Gallatin with another evening of music at Turn One. Each Saturday, they will have three bands to get your grooves going. Tip: This haunt is cash only with games galore. Get your shuffleboard on, shoot some pool, or throw darts while you listen to the Palaver lineup. Bring enough dough for the $5 cover and your tab.
3208 Gallatin Pike
East Side Art Stumble
6-10 p.m., second Saturday of every month, multiple East Nashville galleries
We don’t art crawl on the East Side, we art stumble. Every month, local galleries and studios will open their doors after hours to showcase some of the fabulous work they have gracing their walls. Participating venues stretch across East Nashville — Gallery Luperca, Modern East Gallery, Red Arrow Gallery, Sawtooth Printshop, and Main Street Gallery, to name a few. You can expect to see a diverse, eclectic mix of art, affording the opportunity to meet local artists and support their work. Local retail stores are stumbling in as well, with some businesses participating in a “happy hour” from 5-7 p.m., offering discounted prices on their merchandise to fellow stumblers. Be sure to check out the happy hour deals in The Idea Hatchery.
LightsOut Events
7:30 p.m., fourth Saturday of every month, 
The East Room
The East Room is getting a little philanthropic. Every month, the venue hosts a show in partnership with LightsOut Events to benefit selected charities. Four bands perform and proceeds go toward the cause of choice for the month. One of the event’s most notable benefactors is Notes for Notes, which provides musical instruments and lessons to children. (We know how much you love that, Music City.) Come on out, and listen to some local acts for a good cause.
2412 Gallatin Ave.
Lockeland Springs Neighborhood Association
6:30 p.m., second Monday of each month
Quarterly meetings are held at Mad Donna’s 
Locations vary, visit www.lockelandsprings.com for more information.
Shelby Hills 
Neighborhood Association
6:30 p.m., third Monday of every odd numbered month, Shelby Community Center
401 S. 20th St.
Maxwell Heights
Neighborhood Association
6 p.m., fourth Monday of every month,
Metro Police East Precinct
936 E. Trinity Lane
Eastwood Neighbors
6:30 p.m., second Tuesday of every month,
Eastwood Christian Church
1601 Eastland Ave.
Odd Month Happy Hour: Sept. 8, 5:30 p.m. @ Eastland Cafe
Neighborhood Association
6 p.m., second Tuesday of every month,
House on the Hill
909 Manila St.
East Nashville Caucus
5 p.m., first Wednesday of every month,
Metro Police East Precinct
The East Nashville Caucus provides a public forum for East Nashville community leaders, representatives, council members, and neighbors.  936 E. Trinity Lane
Chamber East
8:15-9:30 a.m., first Wednesday of every month, location changes monthly
The Chamber East meets every month for a networking coffee to discuss community updates and how to grow and improve the 
East Nashville area.
East Hill Neighborhood Association
6:30 p.m., second Wednesday of every month, Metro Police East Precinct
936 E. Trinity Lane
Cleveland Park 
Neighborhood Association
6:30 p.m., second Thursday of every month,
Cleveland Park Community Center
610 N. Sixth St,
Neighborhood Association
7 p.m., first Thursday of every month,
Isaac Litton Alumni Center
4500 Gallatin Road
Neighborhood Association
6:30 p.m., first Thursday of every month,
McFerrin Park Community Center
301 Berry St.
Rosebank Neighbors
6:30 p.m., third Thursday of every month,
Memorial Lutheran Church
1211 Riverside Dr.
6-8 p.m., second month of every quarter, 
locations and days vary
HENMA is a cooperative formed among East Nashville business owners to promote collaboration with neighborhood associations and city government. Check the association’s website to learn about the organization and where meetings will be held.
Dickerson Road 
Merchants Association
4 p.m., last Thursday of every month,
Metro Police East Precinct
936 E. Trinity Lane
MOMS Club of East Nashville
10 a.m., first Friday of every month,
location varies by group
MOMS (Moms Offering Moms Support) Club is an international organization of mothers with three branches in the East Nashville area. It provides a support network for mothers to connect with other EN mothers. The meetings are open to all mothers in the designated area. Meetings host speakers, cover regular business items of the organization including upcoming service initiatives and activities, and also allow women to discuss the ins and outs, ups and downs of being a mother. Check their website for the MOMS group in your area.
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