Your Local Guide: Experiencing St. Patrick’s Day in Pittsburgh

Get ready for all things green, because St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! Many places around the world go all-out for the holiday, but you don’t need to travel to a big city to join the festivities; Pittsburgh is one of the best destinations for St. Paddy’s Day. About 14% of Pittsburgh’s population is Irish and they certainly know how to celebrate their heritage. Pittsburgh hosts one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, plus bar crawls and other fun activities, too. Keep reading to learn more about the history of St. Patrick’s Day, the best events and bars to check out, and our recommendations for short-term rentals in Pittsburgh

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St. Patrick’s Day History and Traditions

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, which is the death date of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick was born in the late 4th century and taken to Ireland as a slave. He escaped but later returned to Ireland as a religious missionary. There are many legends surrounding the saint; it’s said that he drove snakes out of Ireland and that he used a three-leaf shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity. Ireland began using this day to celebrate its patron saint with religious services and feasts. St. Patrick’s Day was first celebrated in America in 1737, and the first parade was in New York in 1762. 

Today, the holiday has become a largely secular holiday to celebrate all things Irish. There are many St. Patrick’s Day traditions, many of which revolve around the color green: wearing green (unless you want to get pinched!); dying food and drinks green; and, in some cities, rivers and fountains are even dyed green during the festivities. The holiday is also heavily associated with drinking alcohol – especially Guinness and other Irish ales – and eating traditional Irish food such as corned beef, cabbage, and soda bread.

St. Patrick’s Day Events in Pittsburgh

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade: March 14

Pittsburgh’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is held annually on the Saturday before the holiday. It is one of the largest in the USA, drawing around 23,000 participants and over 200,000 spectators. The parade will begin at 10 am at the intersection of Liberty Avenue and 11th Street downtown. Afterward, check out nearby Market Square for live Irish music and family-friendly fun.

Bar Crawls: March 14 and 17

St. Patrick’s Day is one of the biggest drinking days of the year, so what better way to celebrate than with a bar crawl? The Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Irish Stroll takes place downtown on March 14 from 1-10 pm and on March 17 from 5 pm to closing time. Participating downtown bars include North Shore Tavern, Ten Penny, Sharp Edge Bistro, Mike’s Beer Bar, and 941 Saloon. Tickets for the event start at $15. 

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St. Patrick’s Day Family Fun at Fifth Avenue Place: March 14

For those seeking family-friendly activities this St. Patrick’s Day, head to Fifth Avenue Place after the parade. This is a shopping and office complex located downtown. From 11 am to 2 pm, you and your children will be able to enjoy crafts, face painting, and live Irish music. As a bonus, this event is free!

Virtual Run: March 1-31

If you’re looking for something a little different to do, go for a St. Patrick’s Day run. Shamrocks & Shenanigans (4-mile) or Luck of the Irish (3.17-mile) are both virtual runs. This means that you can choose to run whenever and wherever you’d like, then report your time. As long as your run is completed between March 1-31, it will count!

Best Bars for St. Patrick’s Day

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Start your parade day morning at Revel, located steps from Market Square and the parade. From 7-9 am, they’ll be hosting their annual Kegs + Eggs event, which features a full Irish breakfast buffet and bottomless mimosas. After 9 am, the party will continue with live DJ music and drink specials. 

If you’re looking for an Irish pub to celebrate at, head to Mullaney’s Harp & Fiddle, located in The Strip. The pub celebrates on both parade day and St. Patrick’s Day with open tenting, live music, a special Irish menu, and plenty of drinking and dancing. Also, keep your eyes peeled for pop-up bars near the parade route – last year, there were two!

While visiting Pittsburgh for St. Patrick’s Day weekend, you’ll want to stay somewhere close to all the festivities. Frontdesk offers many short-term rentals in downtown Pittsburgh. The trendy one- and two-bedroom suites are located less than a mile from the Enterprise Center. When you stay with us, you’ll also get modern amenities like fully stocked kitchens, smart TVs with Roku and Netflix, and access to laundry facilities. Wherever you decide to stay, we hope to see you in Pittsburgh for St. Paddy’s Day!


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Discover Cleveland: Get to Know Our New City

Frontdesk welcomes you to our 24th city: Cleveland, Ohio! Cleveland is located in northern Ohio, bordering the southern shore of Lake Erie. Once known for manufacturing, it is now full of arts and culture. Cleveland is also a diverse city – a true melting pot of many heritages – which means excellent restaurants. This midwestern city truly has something for everyone. Here are the best places to visit in Cleveland, from popular tourist stops to the top eats in the city!


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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is one of the most popular attractions in Cleveland. The city is considered “the home of rock and roll,” first coined by a Cleveland radio DJ in the early 1950s. The city was also instrumental in launching the music careers of artists such as Bruce Springsteen and David Bowie. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame documents the history of rock music and showcases artist memorabilia, costumes, and props. It’s a must-see for any music fan!

Cleveland Museum of Art

The Cleveland Museum of Art is home to a diverse collection of more than 61,000 works of art. It is one of the most-visited art museums in the world and features significant pieces from artists like Picasso, van Gogh, and Renoir. The Cleveland Museum of Art also has a notable collection of Asian and Egyptian art. Bonus: General admission is free!

West Side Market

The West Side Market is the oldest indoor/outdoor market space in Cleveland. It originally opened in 1912 and is now estimated to draw over a million visitors annually. The market features over 100 vendors selling produce, meats, spices, and baked goods, showcasing many of the diverse cultures and ethnicities that make up the city’s heritage. It is also known for its beautiful architecture.

Playhouse Square

Did you know that Cleveland is home to the largest performing arts center in the USA outside of New York City? Playhouse Square is comprised of 10 performance spaces, including five theatres that have been restored to their original 1920s glory. You can catch a variety of shows at Playhouse Square, from comedy to dance performances and major Broadway productions.


Cleveland is divided in half by the Cuyahoga River, and the two sides have a friendly rivalry. The East Side includes the neighborhoods University Circle, Little Italy, and Cleveland Heights. Most of the city’s museums are considered to be on the East Side, as well as Playhouse Square and shopping centers. The West Side includes neighborhoods such as Tremont, Ohio City, and suburb Lakewood. This area has several parks, easy access to the lake, and is closer to the airport. While the rivalry remains strong, both sides have plenty of things to do in Cleveland, Ohio!


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Urban Farmer in downtown Cleveland is the perfect spot for brunch. They serve up organic, locally-sourced food in a stylish and rustic setting. Urban Farmer is known for their steak, but also has an extensive weekend brunch menu. We recommend trying the popular brioche french toast or eggs benedict. You also won’t want to miss the build-your-own Bloody Mary and bubbly bars!


Craving a delicious sandwich for lunch? Slyman’s has the best corned beef sandwiches in the city. They also serve up tasty reubens, burgers, and breakfast sandwiches. Slyman’s is located just east of downtown, in the Goodrich-Kirtland Park neighborhood. 


For an upscale dinner, head to Lola, one of celebrity chef Michael Symon’s award-winning restaurants. The beef cheek pierogies at the New American eatery are a must-try (pierogies are a Cleveland staple, after all). The restaurant also has excellent seafood options and an extensive wine list with over 400 options. 


When it comes to alcohol, Cleveland has an incredible craft beer scene! Great Lakes Brewing Company is a brewery and brewpub located in the Ohio City neighborhood and is also the oldest in the state. They have over 200 beers, including several exclusives that are only available on-tap at the brewpub. Aside from the breweries, East 4th Street is a great spot for nightlife with its variety of bars.

There’s plenty fo explore in Cleveland! If you’re looking for a place to stay while visiting the city, check out our Frontdesk short-term rentals in Cleveland, Ohio. We offer one- and two-bedroom suites in the heart of downtown, close to the city’s best museums and top attractions. Frontdesk apartments come with incredible amenities like fully-stocked kitchens, smart TVs, free wifi, and access to laundry facilities. Find a suite in Cleveland today!

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Honor Black History Month in Atlanta, Kansas City, and Memphis

Every February, we honor the achievements of African Americans. Black History Month is an opportunity to recognize the vital role that this traditionally marginalized group has had in American history and culture. There are so many different ways to celebrate black history, no matter where you are. Here are a few things you can do to commemorate Black History Month in three of our favorite cities.

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The Origin of Black History Month

Before we jump into the celebration, let’s learn a little more about how Black History Month became such a time-honored tradition. The story begins in 1915, fifty years after the abolition of slavery and the passing of the Thirteenth Amendment. In September 1915, Carter G. Woodson, a Harvard-educated historian, and Jesse E. Moorland, a well-known minister, founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (later known as the Association for the Study of African American Life and History). This was an organization devoted to researching and advancing the achievements of black Americans.

In 1926, the ASALH decided to sponsor a national Negro History week. They chose the second week in February for their event to correspond with the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. The weeklong celebration inspired communities around the country to organize local lectures, performances, and celebrations. By the 1960s, Negro History Week had evolved into Black History Month. In 1976, President Gerald Ford officially recognized Black History Month, and it has been widely celebrated ever since.

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Memphis, TN

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No matter if you’re visiting Atlanta this February or any time of year, there are plenty of ways to honor African American history and culture. As your first stop, head to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. You can take a tour of King’s birth home, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the King Center. At the King Center, visit the reflecting pool before viewing the exhibits on Dr. and Mrs. King, Rosa Parks, and Gandhi.

The APEX Museum bills itself as a museum “where every month is Black History Month.” APEX offers a view of American history from the African American perspective. Their “Sweet Auburn Street Pride” exhibit is a must-see; it provides a local history of the area and features a replica of one of Atlanta’s first African-American owned businesses.

The Center for Civil and Human Rights creates a link between the American Civil Rights Movement to our modern, global human rights movements. While every exhibit is worth checking out, you won’t want to skip “The Meaning of Hope: The Best of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection.” You can view some of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s personal papers and items that commemorate some of his most well-known works. 

If you’re going to be in Kansas City this month, there are so many ways you can honor the achievements of black Americans. Start by heading to the American Jazz Museum. The museum is located in the historic jazz district, where Count Basie, Charlie Parker, and countless other iconic musicians defined the genre in the ’20s, ’30s, and ’40s. Explore the interactive exhibits and learn all about the history of jazz.

Next, check out the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, a space dedicated to honoring the history of African American baseball and its impact on the country. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro National League (the US’s first successful black baseball league). Celebrate the centennial and check out all of the exhibits at the museum.

The National WWI Museum and Memorial is another must-see stop in Kansas City. The museum has a permanent exhibit that spotlights the African American men and women who served the country in any capacity. Spend some time reflecting at the memorial before touring all of the informative exhibits at the museum.

Memphis is a hub for African American culture and history. Celebrate Black History Month by first heading to the National Civil Rights Museum. It was built in the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, and the Young & Morrow and Boarding House buildings across the street. The museum is full of artifacts and exhibits that span five centuries of civil rights history, from the days of slavery to our modern age.

You’ll also want to stop at the Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum. The museum was built in the historic Burkle Estate, one of the stops on the Underground Railroad that provided a safe place for runaway slaves to rest on their way to freedom. Here, you can journey through history and learn more about slavery and the Antebellum South.

No tour of black history in Memphis would be complete without celebrating the accomplishments of the city’s iconic black musicians and the songs that altered the music industry forever. The city is home to a number of museums and attractions dedicated to the work of B.B. King, Isaac Hayes, and other prominent musicians across genres who called Memphis home. Visit Sun Studio, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame, the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, and so many more.

These are just a few of our favorite attractions, but you can celebrate Black History  Month no matter where you happen to be. If you’re traveling this February, be sure to book with Frontdesk. We provide securely-managed rental suites in many major cities across the US. Browse our suites to begin planning your next trip today!


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PBR Unleash the Beast: St. Louis, MO

The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) are coming to St. Louis for their Unleash the Beast series! It is one of many stops along the Unleash the Beast tour, which is in its 23rd year. The Invitational is expected to draw thousands to St. Louis to watch the world’s best riders and bulls compete. Keep reading to learn more about attending the Invitational as well as our recommendations for the best places to eat, explore, and stay in the St. Louis area.

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The U.S. Border Patrol Invitational will take place on February 22 and 23 at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, MO. Tickets for the Invitational start at $15. The top 35 riders will each attempt one bull (out of the top 15 bulls in the business) per round. Individual scores are totaled, and the top 15 riders will advance to the championship round. The Unleash the Beast tour will eventually culminate in Las Vegas for the World Finals in November.

You can learn more about Unleash the Beast and get tickets here, but these are the main events for the U.S. Border Patrol Invitational:

  • 15/15 Bucking Battle: February 22 at 11:30 am CST
  • Round 1: February 22 at 6:45 pm CST
  • Round 2/Championship Round: February 23 at 1:45 pm CST




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Start off with brunch at Rooster, a cafe located just minutes from the Enterprise Center that serves up crepes and other farm-fresh favorites. For lunch, head to Sugarfire Smokehouse. The BBQ joint is 5 minutes from the arena and is known for its southern-style ribs, brisket cheesesteaks, and more. Of course, you can’t leave St. Louis without trying toasted ravioli, an infamous city staple. Several restaurants claim to be the inventors of “t-ravs,” but we recommend trying Lombardo’s Trattoria, which serves up these and many more delicious Italian dishes.

While you’re in St. Louis, we highly recommend checking out some of the city’s most notable attractions. One of St. Louis’ most iconic spots is the  Gateway Arch. The 630-foot monument is the world’s tallest arch and represents St. Louis’ role in the westward expansion of the U.S. during the 19th century and sits in a national park of the same name. Also located minutes from the Enterprise Center is the Citygarden Sculpture Park, which features works of modern and contemporary art, plants, six rain gardens, and a café. We also suggest checking out the Saint Louis Zooalthough it is not located right downtown, it is still only 10 minutes away. Not to mention, admission is free, and it is one of the nation’s leading zoos, featuring over 13,000 animals (555 species).

While visiting St. Louis for Unleash the Beast’s Invitational, you’ll want to stay somewhere in the middle of the action downtown. Stay in one of our furnished short-term rentals in St. Louis. We offer one- and two-bedroom suites located less than a mile from the Enterprise Center. When you stay with us, you’ll get modern amenities like fully stocked kitchens, smart TVs with Roku and Netflix, and access to laundry facilities. Try our urban one-bedroom loft at America’s Center or our large two-bedroom apartment near Ballpark Village!

The PBR Unleash the Beast is an exciting event and a great way to experience St. Louis like a local. Start planning your trip today! Stay with us at Frontdesk and browse our one- and two-bedroom suites in St. Louis.

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Your Guide to the 2020 DNC in Milwaukee, WI

While we’ve already heard a lot about the 2020 presidential race, the general election season has not even begun yet! The official start of the general election is after the main party nominees have been chosen at their respective national conventions. President Trump is likely to gain the Republican nomination, but the Democratic nominee won’t be determined until the Democratic National Convention. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about DNC 2020. 

What Is the Democratic National Convention?

The Democratic National Convention (DNC) is a political gathering for delegates of the Democratic Party from around the nation. During the convention, delegates vote to nominate and confirm the presidential and vice-presidential candidates that will represent the party in the upcoming election. They also establish the goals and proposals of the party’s political platform.

While it’s still too early to say who will secure the nomination, typically, the front-runner becomes evident by the time the convention rolls around. The nominee usually presents themself during the primary election season, making the convention voting a quick process. But, there is still plenty to do at the four-day event.

During the day, activists hold rallies and meetings to work on the party platform. The platform is made up of public policy proposals and goals that are called planks. These are generally broad ideas, but some sections may be more specific to appeal to certain party interest groups.

There are also speeches and talks held by members of the party. Lesser-known party members address convention attendees during the day. At night, delegates vote, and notable figures and party members give speeches. On the last day of the convention, the official nominees for president and vice president give their formal acceptance speeches.

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How Does The Nomination Process Work?

Every four years, delegates from around the US gather to vote for the Democratic nomination. Each state and territory is allocated several delegates based on its population, the proportion of Congressional representatives, presidential voting patterns, and the proportion of state officials who are party members. 

There are two different types of delegates: pledged delegates and automatic delegates (also known as superdelegates). Pledged delegates vote according to the state primary and caucus results. As the name suggests, they have essentially pledged to vote for the candidate that their state chose. Superdelegates are a group of party leaders, state leaders, and elected officials. They are allowed to vote for whichever candidate they choose. 

This year, there will be a total of 4,750 delegates. 3,979 of them are pledged delegates, and the other 771 are automatic delegates. To win the nomination, the presidential candidate must receive support from the majority of pledged delegates. This means that at least 1,990 pledged delegates must vote for them on the first ballot. Automatic delegates are prohibited from voting on the first ballot unless the nominee that they support already has a majority of votes. 

If every candidate fails to secure a majority of votes, it becomes a brokered convention. The vote goes to a second ballot where pledged and automatic delegates can vote for their candidate of choice. The candidate must still receive majority support from all the delegates and, this time, get more than 2,375 votes. This, however, is a relatively rare occurrence; neither the DNC nor the RNC has needed a second ballot since 1952. 

Who Can Go to the DNC?

It’s not just politicians and delegates who get to go to the DNC; the event is open to all sorts of people. Though the delegates have the most important role to play in the nomination process, they are greatly outnumbered by the other attendees. Other event-goers include party officials, activists, journalists, and other members of the news media, invited guests, volunteers, international observers, and local business promoters.

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Fiserv Forum
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When and Where is the 2020 DNC?

This year’s Democratic National Convention will take place this summer, from August 17th to the 20th. It will be held at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The decision to host the event in Wisconsin is significant for a few different reasons. During the last presidential election, Democrats lost Wisconsin for the first time in three decades. This is also the first time that the DNC has been held in the Midwest since the convention of 1916.

Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez said, “This choice is a statement of our values, and I’m thrilled Milwaukee will host the 2020 Democratic National Convention. The Democratic Party is the party of working people, and Milwaukee is a city of working people. We saw in this last election what we can accomplish when we come together, invest, and fight for working people, and that was proven right here in Wisconsin.”

Are you planning to attend DNC 2020? With an event of this magnitude, it’s best to start planning early! When you need a place to stay in Milwaukee, look no further than Frontdesk. Our modern one- and two-bedroom short-term rentals in Milwaukee provide everything you need to enjoy your stay. Book with us today!

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February 2020 Travel Guide: What You Should Know

February is upon us. We have been dealing with the cold, snow, and gray skies for several months now and spring is still a ways off. The chances are that you’re starting to experience cabin fever and itching to get away! The good news is that February is a great month to travel. It is still the off-season for most destinations, which means prices are lower. Here’s everything you need to know about traveling this month.


If you want to travel to a warmer region in the U.S. to escape the shivering temperatures, and there are lots of great options to choose from! Perhaps you’re looking to whisk your beau away for a Valentine’s trip, or maybe you’re looking for to explore the warmer climates of the south. Either way, here are a few of our favorite cities.

Phoenix, Arizona
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February is one of the best times to visit Phoenix. Temperatures in the “Valley of the Sun” reach the low- to mid-70s, which is an ideal break from winter weather without reaching the sweltering temperatures of Arizona summers. Phoenix is best known for its desert spas, beautiful mountain scenery, and Southwest flavors. February also brings boozy fun! Arizona Beer Week is February 6-15, which is a state-wide celebration comprised of more than 200 events hosted by over 100 bars and breweries, many in Phoenix. Not a beer drinker? Not to worry – it is followed up immediately by the Arizona Cocktail Weekend, from February 15-17.


You probably picture summer when you think of St. Petersburg, but don’t rule out going in February! Although the water can sometimes still be too chilly for swimming, you will still get plenty of sunny warmth, with a lower, off-season price tag. Plus, you’ll be able to explore more of what the “Sunshine City” has to offer outside its beaches. One highlight that we recommend checking out is the Dali Museum, which is home to the most extensive collection of Salvador Dali’s artwork in the world. You can also explore the Sunken Gardens, which is home to cascading waterfalls, beautiful gardens, and more than 50,000 tropical plants and flowers.


If you want to travel somewhere romantic this Valentine’s Day, San Antonio makes a great option! The “Alamo City” is colorful, artsy, and historical. It is also well known for its Tex-Mex cuisine and Spanish flair. One of the top attractions in San Antonio is the Riverwalk, which you could spend a whole day exploring. Taking a Riverwalk Barge Tour to take in the sights is a must, and you can also unwind with your beau with an afternoon of pampering at the the Woodhouse Day Spa.


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The best time to travel in February depends on what you want out of your trip. If you’re planning a romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day, you won’t have a lot of wiggle room when making your reservation, and you’ll have to deal with higher holiday prices. If you’re looking to book a trip outside of the holidays, try to avoid flying February 13-17, when prices will spike due to Valentine’s Day and President’s Day weekend. In February, Tuesdays and Wednesdays tend to be the best days of the week to travel. It would be best if you also tried to avoid flying during the weekend (Friday-Sunday) as these days tend to be more expensive.

Airline prices change frequently, so we always recommend shopping around to get the best deal. Here are some of the best prices we found for February:


  • If you can’t find a direct flight, be sure to choose your layover airports carefully and avoid those that may get snow.
  • Consider getting trip insurance. Between the bad weather and germs this time of year, cancellations do happen. Look into prices and see if it might be worth it for your trip.
  • Book a morning flight (and arrive early!). Morning flights are less likely than later ones to be affected by weather, and even if they are, you have a better chance of finding a different flight and open seat.
  • Keep your devices charged and bring a power brick. You’ll want a fully charged battery so you can stay up-to-date, make flight changes, and receive text alerts.

Once you decide on where you want to travel for your February 2020 vacation, you will need to find accommodations. That’s where Frontdesk comes in! Frontdesk has short-term apartment rentals centrally-located in the hearts of Phoenix, St. Petersburg, San Antonio, and many more great cities. Find your one- or two-bedroom suite today! 


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