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Events in Merida: Fairs, Films & Fiestas

This Week… starting November 12, 2012
Yucatan State Fair 2012

Yucatan Living Feria Yucatan at Xmatkuil: November 9 through December 2
This year, there will be more than 1,000 exhibitors and 1,800 artistic, sporting, cultural and recreational events for all ages. The fair provides space for commercial and business activity, while maintaining a family atmosphere. The main attractions will be the rides, the Atayde Brothers Circus, the Robotic Zoo, the Dolphinarium, the Extreme Magic Show and 4-D films. Entrance to these attractions ranges from $10 to $15 pesos. There will be free shows in El Teatro del Pueblo, as well as events in Palenque, the Lienzo Charro, the Pista de Calificaciones and the Plaza Monumental.
Location: at the Xmatkuil Fairgrounds, Calle 50 south of the city.
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Admission: Entrance: $15 pesos per person, Parking: $30 pesos

Municipal Fiestas This Week

Yucatan Living Halacho Fiesta: November 18 through November 26
This fiesta takes place during the third week in November and is a traditional festival (county fair). Halacho is located on our border with Campeche. The Templo de Santiago Apóstol and the ruins of Siho Oxkintok can both be found there.

Monday (Lunes) November 12, 2012

Classical Ballet: Dracula

Yucatan Living Classical Dance: Dracula
This performance begins the First Season of Professional Groups and Classical Dance Companies. Dracula is performed by the Classical Dance company of Yucatan, under the direction of Juan Gonzalez.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Monday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Closure of the Altar of the Dead and the Photographic Exposition
Funeral Art in Yucatan, for this occasion, is promoted by the Yucatan Association of Specialists in Restoration and Conservation of Heritage Buildings, A.C. This will be the last night that this exhibit will be available to view.
Location: Amaro Restaurant, Calle 59 x 60
Time: Restaurant hours
Admission: Free

Tuesday (Martes) November 13, 2012

Yucatan Living Dance: Introduction to the Adult Folkloric Group )Kich Pan Lol
This is a new group that is coming out of the programs aimed at education and artistic development. They are under the direction of Maestra Delfina Uribe and studied at Teatro Cesareo Chan Blanco.
Location: Centro Cultural Ricardo Lopez Mendez, across from Liverpool
Time: 6:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Popular Music: Tribute to Don Mario Chacon
If you love Rock, Club de Amigos del Rock should provide you with all the fun you can stand.
Location: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Calle 60 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Traditional Dances of Yucatan

Yucatan Living Folk Dance: In the Land of Pheasant and Deer
This dance is very different than any we usually see from the State Folkloric Ballet, but it is well worth going to see. These costumes allow for a greater degree of physical movement, so we really get to see the artistic and gymnastic talents of this group.
Location: Teatro Armando Manzanero, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Concert Tumbao by Grupo Kab Yahal
As more and more groups of Maya musicians and voices break onto the entertainment scene in Yucatan, more audiences are coming to enjoy the fabric of their music played in a modern environment. Expect touches of tap-your-toes and even a feeling of jazz and blues any time you are lucky enough to attend one of these concerts. This group is under the direction of Ricardo Vega.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Drawins by John Wallner

Yucatan Living Exhibition: Random Events
This event showcases drawings by John Wallner, a local expatriate who has lived in Merida for over five years. John’s day job is book illustration for US publishers of children’s books.
Location: Centro Cultural Amaro, Calle 59 x 60
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: The Seventh Seal
(Sweden 1957). Director: Ingmar Bergman. Stars: Max Von Sydow, Bengt Ekerot, Gunnar Bjornstrand and Bibi Anderson. A medieval knight plays a game of chess with Death as his opponent. Throughout the film, the knight meets a variety of characters who give him pause to consider thoughts about God, death and life itself.
Location: Centro Cultural Jose Marti, Av. Colon x Calle 20, Garcia Ginerés
Time: 8:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

 

Wednesday (Miercoles) November 14, 2012

Independent Movies in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Movie: The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
A documentary on artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and his wife and collaborator, Lady Jaye, centered around the transformations the pair underwent for their Pandrogyne project. What is the Pandrogyne Project, you ask? These two humans underwent multiple plastic surgeries in an attempt to look exactly like each other. Find out more at their website, and then go see this very interesting movie!
Location: LA 68, Calle 68 at Calle 55, Centro
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: $30 pesos, $15 pesos students

Yucatan Living Concert: Victor Martinez, The Voice of the Heart
If smooth music is more your style, a concert named “Memories That I Have” may be what you are looking for.
Location: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Calle 60 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan LivingGrupo de Interpretes Cenzontile
This is The Mockingbirds Artistic Music Group, under the direction of Rudy Vallado. It’s been a while since we have had the pleasure of seeing them. Glad to have them back.
Location:Auditorium of the Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: $50 pesos

Yucatan Living Gala Concert: Orquesta Tipica Yukalpeten
One of our favorite orchestras is under the direction of Pedro Carlos Herrera and they never fail to please their audience! However, tonight is a very special night in that the Asociacion Mexicana de Mujeres Empresarias de Yucatan, A.C. will be presenting their 2012 medals to outstanding women who have developed businesses in 2012. This is an opportunity to attend and show our support for everyone involved in this wonderful organization and event.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Concert: Rondalla Universitaria de Yucatan
More Romance! If you love smooth voices and smooth guitars, here is another great event for you.
Location: Museo de la Cancion Yucateca, Calle 57 x 50
Time: 9:00 PM Wednesday
Admission: $20 pesos

Benefit Concert at Hacienda Ochil in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Concert + Intervention: Philip Glass + James Turrell
All funds will be donated to a foundation dedicated to preserve the Maya culture. After the concert, there will be a cocktail for all attendees.
Location: Amphitheater of Hacienda Ochil
Time: 8:00 PM
Admission: $4,000 pesos

 

Thursday (Jueves)November 15 , 2012

Yucatan Living Movie: My First Contact
A film under the direction of Mari Correa and Kumare Tixicao. It is part of Video in the Villages’ project which has promoted the encounter of the Indians with their images over the last fourteen years. The project’s proposal is to turn the video into a tool that will enable the expression of their identity, reflecting the Indians’ vision about themselves and about the world. Portuguese with Spanish subtitles.
Location: LA 68, Calle 68 at Calle 55, Centro
Time: 9:00 PM Thursday
Admission: $30 pesos, $15 pesos students

Eduardo Vazquez in Concert

Yucatan Living Concert: Eduardo Vazquez
Special Guests for this popular music event include Erica Perez and Erika Millet. The title of the concert is The Great Themes of the Festival OTI.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Movie: Death of a Cyclist
(1955 Italy). Director: Juan Antonio Bardem (uncle of the popular star Javier Bardem). Stars: Lucia Bose, Alberto Closas and Bruna Corra. A couple having an affair strike a bicyclist with their car and do not offer aid out of fear of their relationship being exposed.
Location: Videosala del Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 7:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free, Adolescents and Adults

Yucatan Living Concert: Student Group of the Latin American Music Workshop
These students studied at Teatro Cesareo Chan Blanco and are under the direction of Maestro Manuel Cueva Uicab.
Location: Centro Cultural Ricardo Lopez Mendez, across from Liverpool
Time: 6:30 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Trova Concert: Rudy Vallado and Veronica Cabrera
This duet is titled Outbursts and Sighs, and these two voices are up to the task. Whether directing or giving audiences the gift of his voice, Rudy Vallado is always at the top of his game, and so is Veronica Cabrera.
Location: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Calle 60 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Thursday
Admission: Free

Andres Tinoco in Concert

Yucatan Living Concert: Andres Tinoco: Renewing Old Times
There are so many different types of music in Merida now that it actually gives us a bit of a thrill to see a real trova concert, especially from the likes of Andres Tinoco, who is one of the greats.
Location: Centro Cultural Amaro, Calle 59 x 60
Time: 9:00 PM Tuesday
Admission: Free

 

Friday (Viernes) November 16, 2012

Yucatan Living Movie: Corazon de Tierra, Corazon de Cielo (Heart of the Earth, Heart of the Sky)
A film about the Mayas and the end of the calendar on December 21, 2012…
Location: LA 68, Calle 68 at Calle 55, Centro
Time: 9:00 PM Friday
Admission: $30 pesos, $15 pesos students

Yucatan Living Movie: ¿Qué Pasó con Baby Jane? (Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?)
(1962 U.S.A.) Director: Robert Aldrich. Stars: Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Victor Buono. In a decaying Hollywood mansion, Jane Hudson, a former child star, and her sister Blanche, a movie queen forced into retirement after a crippling accident, lived in virtual isolation. Jane is now losing her mind and torturing Blanche to greater and greater extremes.
Location: Videosala del Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 7:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free, Adolescents and Adults

Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan

Yucatan Living Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan
Tonight’s performance is Program 6. With Maciej Zoltowski as guest director and Erika Dobosiewicz as featured violinist, Beethoven and Bruch never sounded better!
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Friday
Admission: $60, $80, $100 and $150 pesos

Yucatan Living Folkloric Dance: Life in the Mayab. Customs of My Land
This is a performance by the Kaambal Folkloric Dance Company, under the direction of Samuel Espinosa. For those who are unfamiliar with the terminology, Mayab is understood to be the Maya World.
Location: Teatro Armando Manzanero, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Popular Music Concert: Conchi Garma
This concert is called Forever and is a tribute to Agustin Lara.
Location: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Calle 60 x 61
Time: 9:00 PM Friday
Admission: Free

 

Saturday (Sabado) November 17, 2012

Yucatan Living Movie: Orquesta Tipica
Orquesta Tipica started by accident when director/producer Nicholas Entel was walking through the streets of San Telmo, one of Buenos Aires’ oldest neighborhoods. The film is about the political commitment and an understanding of music as a way of practicing cultural resistance displayed by a band to revive Tango music.
Location: LA 68, Calle 68 at Calle 55, Centro
Time: 9:00 PM Saturday
Admission: $30 pesos, $15 pesos students.

Yucatan Living Sculpture: In the Mood for a Road Trip?
There’s going to be a showing of the wood and stone sculpture done by students (children and young people) in a recent workshop headed by Arsenio Rosado. This will be a collective exhibit and just the sort of place to find those one of a kind treasures people love to give as gifts or to decorate their own homes. This is a UNIQUE opportunity!
Location: Cocoa in the Municipality of Abala
Time: 11:00 AM Saturday
Admission: Free
Directions: Take Hwy. 261 south out of Uman. Pass through Yaxcopoil. The next big crossroad should be a left turn to Temozon Sur and a right turn to Cacao and the Zona de Cenotes. You want the right turn. Not to worry if you pass it. Next stop is Abala, where you can easily turn around and go back.

Yucatan Living Season I: Professional Groups and Classical Dance Companies
Tonight’s performance includes the City Ballet of Merida, under the direction of Erika Arguelles. Look for even more Classical Ballet the closer we get to the Christmas holidays.
Location: Jose Peon Contreras Theater, Calle 60 x 57, Centro
Time: 9:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Contemporary Dance: Second Response
This performance is by the TatzuDanza Company, under the direction of Tatiana Zugazatoita. Merida has grown to be a Mecca for contemporary dance on an international scale and this is one of the best groups we have seen.
Location: Jose Peon Contreras Theater Foyer, Calle 60 x 57, Centro
Time: 7:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Concert: Rock and Trova
There are a few voices in Yucatan that fall into the category of comfort food for the soul and Felipe de la Cruz’s is one of them. Never miss a chance to hear him sing..
Location: Museo de la Cancion Yucateca, Calle 57 x 50, Centro
Time: 8:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

Contemporary Dance in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Contemporary Dance: With Salt, Lemon and Chili
This is a performance by Compania de Danza Pies en el Aire (Dance Company Feet in the Air), under the direction of Tobias Ojeda Carrillo.
Location: Centro Cultural Tapanco, Calle 68 x 47, Centro
Time: 8:00 PM Saturday
Admission: : $80 pesos general, $60 pesos with discounts

Yucatan Living Movie: Dracula
There are 51 versions of the story of Count Dracula. We are not told which this one will be, but suspect that Bella Lugosi will be the star. Every version of this classic story is well worth going to see.
Location: Videosala del Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61, Centro
Time: 7:00 PM Saturday
Admission: Free

 

Sunday (Domingo) November 18, 2012

Yucatan Living Video Documentary: Walking with Dinosaurs: New Blood
For 22 million years, during the Late Triassic era, it is believed that dinosaurs were represented by Colophysis, a group of theropods, that began to emerge and displace more primitive animals.
Location: Museum of Natural History, Calle 59 next to the Zoo.
Time: 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan

Yucatan Living Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan
Today’s performance is Program 6. With Maciej Zoltowski as guest director and Erika Dobosiewicz as featured violinist, Beethoven and Bruch never sounded better!
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 12:00 PM Sunday
Admission: $60, $80, $100 and $150 pesos

Yucatan Living 2012 Merida Music Festival
Eight bands will be featured: Golden Years (oldies Rock & Roll), Colin Gow(60′s & 70′s nostalgia), Maydel (Cuban singing sensation), Los Lasgori (alternative & contemporary Rock), Amongstequals (Rock & Blues), CopyPaste (funk, rock, blues, soul), Flusbook (R & B), and Yucatan’s Symphony Horn Quartet.
Location: Hacienda Dzibikak
Time: 2:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Admission: VIP: $1,000 pesos, includes unlimited food and drinks in an exclusive viewing area. General: $200 pesos in advance, $250 pesos on the day of the event. Free for children under 12. Tickets available at Hennessy’s Irish Pub on Paseo de Montejo and at Bierhaus in Colonia Mexico (Calle 23 # 93 x 18 y 20) or Bierhaus (Calle 62 x 57 y 59). There will be buses going to and from the hacienda from Hennessy’s every half hour during the event.

Ixil Farmers Market in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Mercado Campesino de Ixil (Ixil Farmer’s Market!): All Day
This market is a joint project between Proyecto Itzaes, Rotary International, Palo Alto Rotary, Club Rotario Nuevas Generaciones de Merida and the Town of Ixil, Yucatan. The purpose is to offer local and regional producers and artisans an alternative, local place to sell their products at better prices. This is a “tents with tables and chairs” kind of event with lots of fresh and prepared foods, local honey, arts and crafts, handmade clothing and much, much more. There will even be live music and pony rides.
Location: Getting there is easy. There are plenty of signs to guide your way from Chicxulub Pueblo.
More Information: If anyone is interested in setting up a tent or table, please contact Simon Clopton at simon [dot] clopton [at] gmail [dot] com. Participation is free and open to the public.

Yucatan Living Contemporary Dance: With Salt, Lemon and Chili
This is a performance by Compania de Danza Pies en el Aire, under the direction of Tobias Ojeda Carrillo.
Location: Centro Cultural Tapanco, Calle 68 x 47
Time:1:00 PM Sunday
Admission: $80 pesos general, $60 pesos with discounts

Yucatan Living Folkloric Ballet of Tecnologico de Merida
With a greater emphasis on cultural heritage these days, we are getting to see more of each university’s talent. One of the best things we’ve found is that each is not only a little different, but the costumes are a feast for the eyes. This folkloric ballet is under the direction of Teresita Lopez Encalada.
Location: Teatro Daniel Ayala, Calle 60 x 61
Time:8:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Las manos de Orlac (Mad Love)
(1935 USA). Director: Karl Freund. Starring: Peter Lorre (when a very young man), Frances Drake and Colin Clive. In Paris, the great surgeon Dr. Gogol falls madly in love with stage actress Yvonne Orlac and only then discovers she is married to concert pianist Stephen Orlac. When Stephen’s hands are crushed beyond repair in a train accident, she begs Gogol to help. The surgeon grafts the hands of executed murderer Rollo onto Stephen Orlac with terrible consequences. Oh, the horror!
Location: Videosala del Olimpo, Calle 62 x 61, Centro
Time: 5:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Season I: Professional Groups and Classical Dance Companies
Tonight’s performance includes the Yucatan Classical Ballet, under the direction of Alma Rosa Cota and Hector Hernandez. Look for even more Classical Ballet the closer we get to the Christmas holidays.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 8:00 PM Sunday
Admission: Free

 

Monday (Lunes) November 19, 2012

Yucatan Living Tennis XXVI Yucatan Cup: November 19 –24
This is a Junior’s Tennis Tournament, sanctioned by the International Tennis Federation. If you love watching tennis, this is for you!
Location: Club Campestre de Yucatan, A.C. Calle 30 Diagonal #500, Col. Mexico, Merida
Time: Yet to be announced
Admission: Yet to be announced
Visit the ITF Yucatan Cup website

Yucatan Living Season I: Professional Groups and Classical Dance Companies
Tonight’s performance includes the Youth Ballet of Yucatan, under the direction of Karla Barrera. Please come and support these young people. They have worked hard to present the very best show possible and are more than deserving of our support.
Location: Teatro Jose Peon Contreras, Calle 60 x 57
Time: 9:00 PM Monday
Admission: Free

Musical Theater in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Musical Comedy Theater: Lysistrata
This show is based on the original play Lysistrata, written by Aristophanes and originally performed in classical Athens in 411 BC. Tonight’s performance is by the State Theater Company and RIA Theater Company. The free adaptation and direction are by Ricardo Adrian.
Location: Teatro Armando Manzanero, Calle 62 x 61
Time: 8:00 PM Monday
Admission: Free

 

Coming Soon

Yucatan Living Contemporary Dance: With Salt, Lemon and Chili: November 24 and 25
This is a performance by Compania de Danza Pies en el Aire, under the direction of Tobias Ojeda Carrillo.
Location: Centro Cultural Tapanco, Calle 68 x 47
Time:1:00 PM Sunday
Admission: $80 pesos general, $60 pesos with discounts

Yucatan Living Mexican Novemberfest Dinner & Quiz: Sunday November 25
Three course Mexican & German menu, followed by the Novemberfest Quiz. Laughter all the way! This is a tickets only dinner event due to catering requirements. Tickets are on sale now from Hotel Zamna reception. Limit: 36 guests. For more information Call: 999-924-0103.
strong>Location: Hotel Zamna, Cale 53 #547, Barrio de Santiago, Merida Centro
Time: Party Starts at 7:00 PM
Admission: $135 pesos.

Yucatan Living Classical Music: Quo Vadis String Trio: Nov. 15, 21, 28, Dec. 5 and 12
In case you haven’t noticed, Yucatan has an ongoing love affair with any instrument that has strings and consistently produces world class string musicians. Never miss a chance to see these trios, quartets and orchestras. This particular event is centered around the James Bond Theme.
strong>Location: Centro Cultural Dante on Prolongacion Montejo
Time: 9:00 PM
Admission: $100 pesos

Yucatan Living Third Jose Jacinto Cuevas National and International Piano Competition: November 24 to December 1
Contestants in this competition are all world class pianists. Never miss even one of these performances! We even recommend the practice sessions! Be sure to be there on November 30, where you will be able to watch the three best of the best pianists compete for this award, accompanied by the Symphony Orchestra of Yucatan.
Location: Yet to be announced
Time: Yet to be announced
Admission: Yet to be announced

Yucatan Living Muelle Market-Bazaar: November 22
This market will take place on the third Thursday of every month. Look for them on Facebook or contact Nola Melin on Facebook.
Location: Chixchulub
Time: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Admission: Free

Yucatan Living Bird Photography and Drawing Contest: “Unidos por la aves”: November 23
Winners will be announced at the opening of the Bird-a-Thon on November 23rd at 7:00 PM at the Central Building of UADY (Calle 60 # 491-A x 56, Merida Centro). This contest is open to children, young people, the general public and specialized photographers. The main objective is to promote knowledge, appreciation and conservation of birds in Yucatan and, at the same time, to promote a local market for bird watching. Learn More on the Festival de las Aves TOH 2012 website.

Yucatan Living Opening of the Exposition: Astillas… de un mismo palo
“Chips… of the same suit” presents contemporary Cuban graphics by three young Cubans. Please visit the website of In La’Kech Gallery for more information on the artists, their work and this event. For additional information you can call (999) 109-6319.

Arte a Mano Bazaar 2012

Yucatan Living Arte a Mano Show by AANY: December 1 & 2
Mark your calendars for the Yucatan Peninsula’s best show of handmade arts & crafts! This show is in its fourth wonderful year now, and features reasonably-priced handmade items by many different artisans. You can buy everything from handmade knives to baskets, sculptures, jewelry… the list goes on. Find out more in our article on the Dec 2012 AANY show.
Location: CANACO Center off Avenida Itzaes (same place as last year)
Time: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM, both days
Admission: Yet to be announced

Yucatan Living Fundraiser: Galloping for Oasis: World AIDS Day December 1
This event is a fundraiser for the Oasis Shelter for low-income people with HIV / AIDS. There will be food (Thai FLASH and Ed’s Breads,) a full bar (Hennessy’s), a ladies’ hat competition, a polo match, live music, raffles… all great fun for a good cause!
Location: Yucatan Polo Club
Time: 2:30 PM
Admission: Yet to be announced

Ixil Farmers Market in Yucatan

Yucatan Living Mercado Campesino de Ixil (Ixil Farmer’s Market!): All Day: December 16
This market is a joint project between Proyecto Itzaes, Rotary International, Palo Alto Rotary, Club Rotario Nuevas Generaciones de Merida and the Town of Ixil, Yucatan. The purpose is to offer local and regional producers and artisans an alternative, local place to sell their products at better prices. This is a “tents with tables and chairs” kind of event with lots of fresh and prepared foods, local honey, arts and crafts, handmade clothing and much, much more. There will even be live music and pony rides.
Location: Getting there is easy. There are plenty of signs to guide your way from Chicxulub Pueblo.
More Information: If anyone is interested in setting up a tent or table, please contact Simon Clopton at simon [dot] clopton [at] gmail [dot] com. Participation is free and open to the public.

Yucatan Living 2013 Planned Pethood Sterilization Clinic
Clear your calendars and sign up to volunteer on the following days. If you can’t be there, please consider sending donations as more information on what is needed comes in.
January 6 and 7 (Sunday and Monday): Progreso
January 8 (Tuesday): Cholul or Progreso
January 9 (Wednesday): Day of Rest
January 10 – 13 (Thursday – Sunday): Merida
Goal: 300 animals spayed or neutered per day (2,100 animals !!!) We will bring you more information as it becomes available.

 

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