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Wassup Food and Events: Oct. 21–25

October 21, 2015, 1:37 PM HST
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Wondering what to do this weekend? The following is a chronological listing of some of the island’s best events scheduled from Wednesday, Oct. 21 through Sunday, Oct. 25 and beyond…

Look for this information no later than every Thursday afternoon.

? Foodie Event

Every Wednesday

George Kahumoku Jr. Slack Key Show Every Wednesday in Napili
Lahaina · Napili Kai Beach Resort ·  7:30 p.m.
“George Kahumoku Jr. will present his Grammy Award-winning slack key show, Masters of Hawaiian Music, every Wednesday this month at 7:30 p.m. at Napili Kai Beach Resort’s Aloha Pavilion,” has the full story and more information. Click the link above to see more. Slack key show tickets are available online or by calling 669-3858.

Wednesday, Oct. 21

Zemlinsky Quartet Performs Tonight at The MACC
Kahului · Maui Arts and Cultural Center (The MACC) · 7:30 p.m.The Zemlinsky Quartet will perform at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center tonight. Since its founding in 1994, the Zemlinsky Quartet has become a much-lauded example of the Czech string quartet tradition. In 2010, the quartet received the First Grand Prize in the Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition. In May 2009, they were the recipients of the Advancement Prize of the Vienna Society of Music’s Alexander Zemlinsky Endowment Fund, marking only the fourth time the prize has been awarded by a select committee,” by To read the rest of the story and for more information, click on the link attached.


Community Blood Drive
Lahaina · Lahaina Civic Center · 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. 
The Blood Bank of Hawaii Community Blood Drive will be held at the Lahaina Civic Center. You may walk-in or call for an appointment at 1-800-372-9966.
Did you know that here in Hawaii, about 200 blood donors are needed every day to help meet the needs of Hawaii’s patients? Here are some examples of how much blood is needed. Someone in a serious automobile accident may need up to 50 units of blood. Someone with a burn may need up to 20 units of platelets. A person undergoing heart surgery may need up to 6 units of blood, and someone undergoing a heart transplant may need up to 40 units of blood.”Any donated blood can save lives! Please join sophomore, Bailey, at Lahainaluna High School who belongs to Troop 79 on the Westside of Maui and is working towards his Eagle. He has organized this entire event.

Every Thursday

Willie K Thursday’s
Wailuku · King Kamehameha Golf Club · 6:30 PM-Dinner 8:00 PM-Show
“Willie K and his band will perform in the King Kamehameha Golf Club’s Waikapū Ballroom on Thursday nights. Willie K captivates audiences worldwide with his astounding performances and remarkable array of musical styles. The evenings will begin with a prime rib and seafood buffet. For more information and details, or to make reservations, call (808) 243-1025.” Arts & Entertainment section (click on link attached for more info and to read the entire article.

Thursday, Oct. 22

Maui Jim Maui Invitational – Coaches Clinics
Kahului · Maui High School · 5:30–9 p.m. 
Attention basketball coaches—don’t miss your chance to attend the Adidas Hoops Coaches Clinic presented by Hawaiian Airlines. You’ll learn playing techniques, coaching skills and overall management styles from Herb Sendek, former head coach of Miami (Ohio), NC State and Arizona State; Maui Jim Maui Invitational Tournament Chairman Dave Odom and Chaminade men’s and women’s head basketball coaches Eric Bovaird and Bobby Keanini. To pre-register for this free clinic, and for more information, visit

Every Friday

Mark Twain to Return to Pioneer Inn in October
Lahaina · Pioneer Inn · 6:30 p.m.
“Maui actor Rick Scheideman will return to the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina as Mark Twain. An Evening with Mark Twain will open with a preview on Oct. 9 and run on Friday nights from Oct. 23 through Dec. 4. With humor and wisdom, Twain will share aspects of his fascinating life, including his time on Maui. A cash-bar will be provided. A talk story session will immediately following the performance,” for more info and the rest of the story (click on the link attached).Call (303) 507-0987 or (808) 276-4201 for further information and to make reservations.

Friday, Oct. 23

Pumpkin Fest
Kahului · Emmanuel Lutheran Schools · 3 p.m.–10 p.m.
One night only enjoy a pumpkin patch, games, craft vendors, country store, used book fair, silent auction, fun house, food vendors and entertainment.



Los Texmaniacs
Kahului · Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) · 7:30 p.m.
“Los Texmaniacs is a conjunto band created by Max Baca in 1997. Baca wanted to create a band that incorporated elements from genres such as rock and roll and jazz while still honoring the roots of conjunto Tejano. Conjunto Tejano was born in south Texas at the end of the 19th century after German settlers introduced the button accordion. The bajo sexto, a 12-string guitar-like instrument, has come to accompany the button accordion and is integral to the conjunto sound. In 2010, Los Texmaniacs won a “Tejano Album of the Year Grammy Award” for Borders y Bailes. Members of Los Texmaniacs have changed over the years, but current members include Baca on bajo sexto, Josh Baca on accordion, Noel Hernandez on electric bass and Daniel Martínez on the drums,” by For the rest of the article and more information, click on the link attached.

Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Carrie Hamilton and Carol Burnett’s “Hollywood Arms
Wailuku · Iao Theater · Every Sunday, Friday, Saturday @ Fri & Sat at 7:30 PM Sun at 3 PM
Set in Hollywood, California the story centers on the heartbreak and laughter
shared by three generations of women living in an apartment house between 1941 and 1951.
The cast of characters is based on Carol Burnett and her real-life relatives.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Upcountry Baseball Club’s 1st Annual “TEE”M WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK” Golf Tournament
Pukalani · Pukalani Golf Course · 6:30 a.m. check-in, 7 a.m. shotgun start
Join Upcountry Baseball Club’s 1st Annual “TEE”M WORK MAKES THE DREAM WORK” Golf Tournament  to benefit Maui’s Youth baseball, by raising funds for equipment, uniforms and various tournament travel and operating expenses. Hosted by Pukalani Golf Course. Tournament format: 4 Person scramble,  Closest to pin contest, Longest Drive, and Spectacular door prizes, Lunch to follow.
For more information about our club, or how you can enter the tournament,
[email protected]  or call: 808­ 268­5977
“Buddha Fest 2015”
Kahului · Kahului Hongwanji · 8 a.m.–1 p.m. 
Kahului Hongwanji is preparing something exciting and new for everyone interested in learning about Buddhism. This event – funded in memory of the late Henry S. Tasaka – is being planned to make learning about the Dharma fun and interesting for people of all ages. Not a lecture or long seminar, “Buddha Fest” will offer a variety of talks, discussions, and activities for adults (you choose), and meaningful games and fun for the kids. The day will culminate with a wonderful lunch, a delicious vegetarian “Dharma Feast” with time for fellowship and talk story! “Buddha Fest 2015” is designed to help explore the many different aspects of Buddhism and what it can do to help us find meaning and joy in our daily life. “Buddha Fest” will feature:
(For Adults)- “What is Buddhism?”“Living and Eating with Compassion and Wisdom” “Joyful Song – Buddhist Gathas”“Buddhist Living in a Troubled World”(For Kids)“The Game of Dharma Life”“Indra’s Net” and LOTS MORE….“Buddha Fest 2015” is open to everyone – and everyone is welcome! You must pre-register by no later than October 9. Please call the Kahului Hongwanji Mission office (871-4732) for more information.
17th semi-annual Main Hawaiian Islands Monk Seal Count
Various towns · Maui Coastline · 9 a.m.–noon 
NOAA Fisheries hosts its 17th semi-annual Main Hawaiian Islands Monk Seal Count. The public is invited to participate by spending a few hours along the coastline looking for the endangered Hawaiian monk seal. In August, the National Marine Fisheries Service issued a final rule protecting nearly 7,000 square miles of critical habitat for Hawaiian monk seals, a species considered among the world’s most endangered marine mammals. State officials say the monk seal population is down to around 1,100 and falling at 3% per year. Participation in the count is open to anyone, and no experience is needed.
Interested individuals must attend one of the following pre-count meetings to learn how to participate:
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, 6-7 p.m. at the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary in Kīhei; or
Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, 6-7 p.m. at the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary in Kīhei.
RSVP to Nicole Davis, Maui Nui Marine Mammal Response Coordinator at [email protected]
The public can report sightings of Hawaiian monk seals in Maui County to NOAA Fisheries Maui Seal Sighting Hotline at: (808) 292-2372, or the Marine Mammal 24hr toll-free Hotline: 1 (888) 256-9840.
The Rotary Club of Lahaina is sponsoring he 3rd Annual Golf Scramble
Kā‘anapali · Kā‘anapali Kai Golf Course · 6:30 a.m. 
Not only is this popular event fun and loaded with prizes, it also supports the Lahaina Rotary Scholarship Fund. In the past fifty years, the Rotary Club of Lahaina has awarded over one million dollars to students from Lahainaluna, Maui Prep, Molokai, and Lanai High Schools. This is a great opportunity for you to support our students and have a great time. Golf teams of 4 play in a scramble setup. Teams on every hole tee off at the same time and continue from the point of the “best shot made” by a player on their team. Everyone can contribute in this format and have a blast in the process. Early Bird Special fees are $125 per player or $500 per foursome. Act quick, though, as the fees will increase by mid-October. The Lahaina Rotary Youth Foundation is a public charity and all fees are tax-deductible. Businesses are invited to be hole sponsors, and can make tax-deductible corporate donations. But that’s not all. An “After Party” at Roy’s Restaurant is included in the package, as a way to unwind, indulge in some golfer therapy and find out how everyone did. Prizes will be distributed. And who knows – some lucky golfer just might get a hole in one at the designated par 3 hole and walk away with ten grand!”
For a registration form, visit
Fundraiser to help Gilbert Emata
Kīhei · Nalu’s South Shore Grill · 2–6 p.m.
Friends of Gilbert Emata present a Kanikapila Jam Session at Nalu’s South Shore Grill in the Azeka Shopping Center Makai, Kīhei. Some of Maui’s top musicians have donated their talents to help their fellow musician Gilbert Emata cover medical expenses for an unexpected and sudden ailment. $5 cover charge, and a portion of the proceeds from all food sales will benefit the fundraiser. The evening’s schedule is as follows: 2 pm, Mondo Kane/Eddee Sebala; 2:30 pm, Daniel Shishido; 2:45 pm, Mitch Kepa; 3 pm, Kenny Roberts/Kawika Ortiz; 3:30 pm, Duane & Tisha Fieg; 4 pm, Merv Oana/Tarvin Makia; 4:30 pm, Benny Uyetake; 4:45 pm, Brado Mamalias;5 pm: Louise & Liz w/Joel Katz; 5:30 pm, Rama Camarillo ‘Ohana; 6 pm, Prayer “pule” Hawaii Aloha with the Rev. Al Terry. Come Kokua, Enjoy great food and awesome music, and Fellowship with these generous musicians.

Thursday, Oct. 29

Nuff Sedd Lead Singer to Perform in Lahaina
Lahaina · Lahaina Restoration Foundation · 6–7:30 p.m.
“Singer-songwriter Josh Kahula will perform at Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s free Hawaiian Music Series concert on Thursday, Oct. 29, in front of the Baldwin Home Museum. Kahula, lead singer of Nuff Sedd, one of Maui’s most popular bands, is a guitarist and accomplished musician who composed and arranged most of the songs for the band’s recordings. The group’s cutting-edge sound combines music influences from ska and reggae to funk and R&B, and incorporates classic rock, alternative and pop sounds. Nuff Sedd’s debut album received the 2005 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award for “Reggae Album of the Year” and won several Hawai‘i Music Awards, including “Group of the Year” and “Song of the Year” for the hit single, Cherry Bomb. Limited seating is provided for kūpuna; blankets, mats and low beach chairs are welcome,” by Click on the link above for the rest of the story.

Friday, Oct. 30

Pumpkin Decorating at Whole Foods Market
Kahului · Maui Mall · 4 p.m.
Pick out a pumpkin and decorate it yourself!
Annual Halloween Carnival
Kahului · Maui Mall · 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Families are invited to enjoy a special Halloween performance, keiki costume contest, free glitter tattoos, pet costume contest and mall-wide trick-or-treating.
The Maui Monster Massive
Kihei · Diamonds Ice Bar & Grill · Doors open at 8 p.m.
The island’s biggest costume party and dance music event, will return for it’s fourth year on Friday, Oct. 30, beginning at 9 p.m. at Diamonds Ice Bar & Grill in the Azeka Shopping Center in Kīhei. Maui DJs, performers and producers have collaborated to put on a spectacle of a show. This year, special guest DJs will be flown in from all over the state and beyond (see story for names). The event will also include gogo­ dancers, a large soundstage, a laser light show, a free photo booth, dancing all night long, and last but not least, the costumed crowds. Costumes are highly encouraged. Drink specials all night long, free prizes and giveaways from local sponsors, as well as media outlets capturing the night’s celebration. Doors open at 8 p.m. to the 21- and-over crowd. No cover or pre­-sales are required this year; instead, event promoters encourage attendees to make donations to local charities. Ample parking will be available.
5th Friday Returns to Lāna‘i for October Town Party
Lanai · Lanai Town · 5–8 p.m.
“The 5th Friday Lāna‘i Package includes a round-trip ferry ride between Lahaina Harbor and Manele Harbor, round-trip ground transportation between Manele Harbor and Lāna‘i City, and an event passport. Attendees can visit participating businesses and collect passport stamps to earn entry into a free prize drawing. Details can be found at Attendees can choose to depart from Lahaina on the Expeditions ferry at 9:15 a.m., 12:45 p.m. or 3:15 p.m.; however, departure from Manele Harbor is limited to 9:30 p.m. only. The cost for the package is $60 per adult and $50 per child; book online. A discounted price is also available for kama‘āina who already have a ticket booklet from Expeditions. All businesses will be open throughout the event. There will be food booths and restaurants, and several music and entertainment venues. Additionally, attendees will be able to tour and watch movies at the newly renovated Lāna‘i Theater as well as visit the Lāna‘i Culture and Heritage Center,” by Click on the link above for more information and to read the rest of the article.
Through Oct. 31
Hard Rock to Host PINKTOBER Fundraisers
Lahaina · Hard Rock Cafe · 10 p.m.
“The Hard RockCafe Maui will host eight nights of live music fundraisers for the Pacific Cancer Foundation beginning Oct. 11. A percentage of the proceeds from the Annual Halloween Dance Party on Halloween night will also go to the foundation. For the past 16 years, the Hard Rock PINKTOBER campaign has raised millions of dollars globally for breast cancer awareness and research.
All events start at 10 p.m. and are 21-and-over events unless otherwise noted.
The 2015 Music Events
Friday, Oct. 23: Poets with Power (DJ’s & Live Band)
Saturday, Oct. 24: Hawthorne Heights (National Act: $35 advance tickets, 9 p.m.)
Friday, Oct. 30: DJ Danny Q (Pre-Halloween Party, DJ)
Saturday, Oct. 31: Fuzzbox Presents (Multiple DJs with Light Show, $20-plus cover, 9 p.m.)
Bands or DJ’s interested in hosting a fundraising night at Hard Rock Cafe Maui during October should contact Ryan Beenken at [email protected] or (808) 667-2578,” for more info and to read the rest of this article (click on the link attached).

Saturday, Oct. 31

Obstacle Z
Paia · Old Maui High School 
*1.75 Miles all on campus
Various Zones on course
Each zone is 100-150 feet in length and vary in width.
There will be a few obstacles on course.
Waves start at 8:00am till 10am, every 2 minutes of 15-20 runners
Course will be well marked so stay on course
Don’t let the zombies take your flags
NEEDED: Runners & Zombies (see link attached for more info)
Fun Factory’s Halloween Costume Contest
Kahului · Maui Mall · All Day
Contestant in the best costume wins $50 in Fun Factory game tokens and other prizes provided by other local vendors. Candy will also be available.
Longhi’s Halloween 2015
Lahaina · Longhi’s Lahaina · 9:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.
Halloween 2015 Lahaina Gets It’s Groove On With The Funk-A-Holics featuring Charlie Longhi: Guitar Ryan Robinson: Vocals/Guitar Ian Hollingsworth: Drums Fulton Tashombe~Keyboards/Vocals Danny M Bass And The Atomic Horn Dogs with Paul Bunuan: Sax and Danny Weirich: Trombone Plus Stupendous Special Guest Shea Derrick~Vocals— “A Musical Experience”
Pi‘ilani Center to Host Halloween Spooktacular
Kihei · Pi‘ilani Village Shopping Center · 6–8 p.m.
“Pi‘ilani Village Shopping Center invites the community to a safe Halloween event from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 31. This free family event will feature a costume contest at 7 p.m. Registration will be held at the event booth beginning at 6:30 for children and adult categories. Prizes will be awarded in each category. Participating merchants will pass out trick-or-treat candy and games with prizes will be hosted by the Seabury Hall, Class of 2016. Brenton Keith and His Bag of Tricks and magician Timothy Wenk will provide sidewalk magic. The event will also include face painting, balloons, trunk-or-treat with 10 Maui classic cars. Maui musician Willie K will perform from 6 to 7 p.m.,” by Click on the link above to continue reading this article and for more information.

Friday & Saturday, Nov. 6 & 7

2nd Annual Made In Maui County Festival, 2015
Kahului · Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) · 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. 
The Made in Maui County Festival is the largest products show in Maui County, featuring over 140 vendors offering a wide variety of made-in-Hawaii products, including food, produce, art, crafts, jewelry, fashion, gifts, collectibles, and more, All in one location—the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Serious shoppers who want a one-day head start can purchase tickets for a special “Shoppers Preview” to be held on Friday, Nov. 6. Tickets are limited, only 500 will be sold to the general public.On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Made in Maui County Festival festivities include demonstrations, a fashion show, food trucks, and prize drawings. The first 2,000 attendees will receive a free Festival tote bag. The Festival is co-presented by the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development and the Maui Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit

Saturday, Nov. 7 & 8

The Maui Bird Conservation Center’s Annual Open House of 2015
Makawao · Maui Bird Conservation Center · Tour Times: 8 a.m., 10 a.m., noon, & 2 p.m. 
The Maui Bird Conservation Center welcomes you to their Annual Open House of 2015. The Open House will be held Saturday, November 7, and Sunday, November 8, at 2375 Olinda Road in Makawao. MBCC is a non-public facility which focuses on captive breeding and reintroduction of 6 critically endangered species of native Hawaiian birds. These birds are rarely seen in the wild, making the Open House an exclusive event for viewing these magnificent birds and learning about their conservation. Tour times for both days will be 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 noon, and 2:00 pm. Space is limited on all tours so please call the MBCC team at 572-0690 to reserve your spot today!
Through Nov. 8
Sean Robbins’ ‘The Olanui Tour’ to Come to Maui
Kahului · Maui Arts and Cultural Center (The MACC) · 7–9 p.m.
Nā Hōkū Hanohano-nominated artist Sean Robbins will perform at The MACC as well as Miss Aloha Hula, Nāmakana Lim, for an incredible performance. Robbins made a big impact with the debut of his first album, Olanui, which was nominated for three awards in 2015. He now follows up with the first leg of The Olanui Tour. Robbins has developed his own unique style of progressive slack key art. For more information and to continue reading this article visit the link above.

Friday, Nov. 13, 14, 15

25th Celebration of Hula O Nā Keiki, Nov. 13-15
Kaanapali · Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel · November 13, 2015 through November 15, 2015 @ TBD
“The 25th anniversary celebration of “Hula O Nā Keiki”, Maui’s only children’s hula competition, is set to take place November 13-15, 2015 at the Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel in West Maui. The competition commemorates the art of hula, one of Hawai‘i’s richest traditions, and brings the dance to light through the movement of keiki trained in both modern and ancient forms. Participants ranging in age from five to 17 will compete in their respective categories for both solo and pair titles. There’s also an opportunity to win part of the $13,000 in cash and prizes awarded each year.The competition includes a judge’s interview as well as hula performances in both kahiko (ancient) and ‘auana (modern) dance categories. Dancers are also judged on their proficiency in the Hawaiian language, and the appropriateness of their costume. For more info and to read the entire article and to view more photos, click on the link above. The hotel is offering 25th Anniversary packages and kama‘āina rates for this special weekend. For reservations call 1-800-262-8450 toll-free from the US and Canada, or visit the Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel web site.

Tuesday, Nov.17–18

Maui Chamber Orchestra to Present October Concert
Wailuku · ʻĪao Theater · Saturday 7:30 p.m. & Sunday 3 p.m.
“The Maui Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Robert E. Wills, will present a challenging and exciting concert on Oct. 17 and 18 at ʻĪao Theater in Wailuku. The program will begin with Franz Josef Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto. The concerto will feature Pam Humphrey as the soloist. The first half of the program will close with a reprise from the 2015 season of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto. The concerto will feature three Maui soloists—Rona Londrigan, violin; Jazzlyn Woods, oboe; and Peggy Schecter, flute. Lynn Erickson on trumpet will perform the most well-known part of the concerto. She is the second chair of Americaʻs leading chamber group, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.The concert will close with Mozart’s Symphony no. 35 in D, commonly known as the Haffner,” for the rest of the story and more information visit the click on the link attached.
Maestro Wills will offer his free “Conversation’s with the Conductor” at 1:30 p.m. prior to the concert on Sunday.

Friday, Nov. 20

The Kapila Institute Presents A World Class Holiday Celebration! ‘Cherish The Child
Makawao · Makawao Union Church · 7–9 p.m.
The Exquisite Music Of The Kona Harp Ensemble: A Beautiful Holiday Concert with Three Masterful Harpist & A Flutist. Musican’s Include: The Angelic Bernice Roberto, Irmisul & Irene Ryding On Harps. Featuring Bernice’s Heavenly Vocals. Flutist: The Masterful Manuel Roberto on Shakuhachi & Bansuri Flutes. With Special Guest: Devotional Dancer & Singer “Hladini Bernard”
This Event Is A Fund Raiser & The Proceeds Go To Charity! Please join us to supporting a great cause!
Donations Are Also Being Accepted Online Or On Our Web Site:
For More Information Call: 878-2108 or email: [email protected]
On Line Ticket Sales at:
A Call to Volunteers, Lend a Hand & Attend For Free!
Blessed Are Those Who Enjoy Rendering Selfless Service.

Through Dec. 5

2015 Christmas Tree Fundraiser
Kahului · Kahului Shopping Center · 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Kahului Rotary Club’s Famous 2015 Christmas Tree Fundraiser is here! Supplies are limited!! Buy early to reserve your Christmas tree.
Pick up on Friday, Dec. 4, 3–8 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 5, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
6’– 8′ Douglas Firs = $75
6’– 8′ Noble Firs = $85
11’–13′ Noble Firs (aka “Ceiling Scrapers”) = $275

Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016

UB40 Reunited
Kahului · Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) · 6:30 p.m. 
“UB40 is reuniting and they are coming to Maui! Tickets go on sale at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center Box Office Saturday, Oct. 24, scheduled at The MACC’s A&B Amphitheater on Saturday, Jan. 30. UB40 helped define reggae music for a generation, producing multiple Top 10, No. 1, gold and platinum albums; earning multiple Grammy nominations; and creating hits worldwide including Red Red Wine, I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You, I Got You Babe and Here I Am (Come and Take Me). The band has sold more than 70 million units worldwide. The band, formed in 1979 in Birmingham, England, pooling a diverse set of influences to put a fresh, indigenous slant on Jamaican reggae,” by For more information and to continue reading the rest of this article click on the link attached,” by Click on the link attached for the rest of the article and more information.
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