El Paso Scene Weekly for Oct. 20-26, 2014 Click here for other weekly digests
Tricky Falls — 209 S. El Paso. Information: 351-9909 or trickyfalls.com.
• Born of Osiris - The death metal band’s “Tomorrow We Die Alive Tour” is 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, with Thy Art Is Murder, Betraying The Martyrs, Within The Ruins and Erra. Tickets; $16 in advance; $18 day of show.
• TTNG — The UK math rock band performs at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, with guests Emma Ruth Rundl and Mylets. Tickets: $10 in advance; $12 day of show.
• Matisyahu — The alt rocker and reggae rapper performs at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, with Radical Something. Tickets: $25.
• Bone Thugs-N-Harmony — The hip-hop legends perform at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, with guests Mac Lethal, Almost Kings, Skinny & Sir Trigga and others. Tickets:
La Ley - Grammy-winning rockers La Ley will bring their “Retour” show to UTEP’s Don Haskins Center at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23. Presented by VIP Events and UTEP, the concert will feature opening bands Moderatto and Belanova.
Originally hailing from Chile, La Ley has toured globally since the 1980s when original members Andres Bobe, Beto Cuevas, Rodrigo Aboitiz and Mauricio Claveria first recorded together. La Ley has released seven albums and won three Grammy awards. The band is now comprised of Beto Cuevas, Mauricio Claveria and Pedro Frugone.
Mexican pop rock group Moderatto is well known for its glam style of music. The band began its career in the late ‘90s and became popular in the Mexican alterative scene. They have released eight albums.
Belanova is a Mexican electropop band founded in 2000 by Denisse Guerrero, Edgar Huerta and Ricarda Arreola. They have release five albums and won one Grammy.
Tickets are $25, $35, $55 and $90, plus service fees (Ticketmaster, UTEP Ticket Center). Information: 747-5234.
El Paso Symphony Orchestra: ‘Arabian Nights’ — The Symphony, under direction of maestro Bohuslav Rattay, performs Oct. 24-25, in the Plaza Theatre. The concert opens a piece by Canadian raised composer Karim Al-Zand’s “The Seventh Voyage of Sindbad.” Tickets: $15-$40 ($8 and $10 for students). Information: 532-3776 or epso.org.
The first half of the program will also feature a world premiere of “The Transit of Venus: by composer Tomasz Golka, to be performed by guest violinist Richard Biaggini. Golka will be in El Paso for the world premiere of his piece, which was inspired by a visit in 2012 to Riverside Park in New York City with his brother Adam to observe the rare astronomical event known as the Transit of Venus (the next one will occur in 2117.)
Biaggini will also perform Saint-Saens Introduction & Rondo Capriccioso, op. 28. Biaggini serves as concertmaster of the Orquesta Sinfonica Nacional in Bogota, Colombia.
“Opening Notes” discussion with Rattay precedes the concert at 6:30 p.m. in the Plaza’s Philanthropy Theatre.
Border Legends Concert — The 6th annual concert featuring several of El Paso area’s well-loved and established performers 3 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at El Maida Shrine Auditorium, 6331 Alabama. Doors open at 3 p.m. Proceeds benefit El Maida Shrine General Fund. Tickets: $20. Available at the door or in advance at El Maida Shrine or All That Music. Information: 562-1444, 820-8002 or borderlegends.net.
This year’s hosts are Rick Kern, Monica Gomez, “Sarge” Mike Preston and Rod Crosby. Performers are PT & The Cruisers, The Henchmen, Route 77, Tim Jordan and Black Wolf Moon, Twisted Hams, Rod Crosby and the Intruders, Jerry Morin and Cuervo, and Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs.
ALSO THIS WEEK
Sharefest — Thousands of El Paso families will receive free gently used items 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 25, at the El Paso County Pavilion, 4100 E. Paisano. Free parking available. Information: 313-5618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About 200 tables and a mile of clothes racks will offer with free dresses, shirts, pants, suits, coats, sweaters, shoes, purses, toys, blankets, appliances, tools, canned food, furniture and more, with volunteers assisting, including bilingual speakers.
About 120 local churches plus private companies, local agencies and nonprofit organizations are participating. The event is an outgrowth of last year’s highly successful Convoy of Hope. This year’s all-local effort is entirely funded by donations and staffed by volunteers.
Donations are being accepted through Sunday, Oct. 19. Churches and other organizations that want to help can call 313-5618.
Individuals can drop off items at any 7-11/Alon store beginning Oct. 1.
INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL — Live music, belly dancing, art, henna and hookah and of course food will be offered Oct. 24-26 at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 124 S. Festival. Hours are 5-11 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday. Featured food items include chose, tandoori chicken, kebabs, chicken curry, samosas and more. Admission: $2 (free for age 13 and under). Information: epfoodfest.com or facebook.com/epindianfestival.
Mount Cristo Rey pilgrimage — The largest pilgrimage each year is on the last Sunday in October, the traditional Feast Day of Christ the King. The 75th anniversary procession begins at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, with Mass celebrated by Bishop Oscar Cantú of Las Cruces, with special guests Bishop Mark J. Seitz of El Paso and John C. Wester of Salt Lake City. The pilgrimage annually attracts thousands of celebrants, many of whom begin their trek before dawn. Gates open at 5 a.m. Information: San Martin de Porras (575) 589-2106.
This year’s Diamond Jubilee anniversary theme is “God’s Diamond (Is a Human Person).”
The four-story-tall statue of Christ on the cross tops the mountain, 4,576 feet above sea level, in Sunland Park, N.M., near the junction of Mexico, Texas and New Mexico. Built in 1938-40 by sculptor Urbici Soler, the monument is accessible off McNutt Road (Highway 273) in Sunland Park — take the Racetrack exit off Paisano and cross the Rio Grande.
TOM LEA MONTH
The Tom Lea Institute, along with other area organizations, celebrate the life and work of the late El Paso art legend with more than 50 events throughout the month of October. Admission is free except as noted. Information: 533-0048 or tomleainstitute.org.
Tom Lea (1907-2001) worked as a muralist, illustrator, novelist, historian, World War II war correspondent and studio painter.
• The First Surgical Operation in North America, Cabeza de Vaca, and the Texas Surgical Society presentations are 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, with Alan Tyroch, and 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, with Adair Margo, at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine
Medical Education Building, Room 1150, 5001 El Paso Drive.
• “Tom Lea & A Shepherd Boy Who Became President of Mexico” presentation by José Mario Sánchez Soledad is 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Mexican Consulate, 910 E. San Antonio. A facsimile of Lea’s painting will be displayed in the Mexican Consulate during October.
• Celebration of Our Mountains Geological Tour and Lecture by Eric Kappus is 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, starting in El Paso Public Library’s Main Branch Maud Sullivan Room. Geologist Eric Kappus, renown for discovering dinosaur tracks at the base of Mount Cristo Rey, will share the science behind Tom Lea’s beloved mountains.
• “How the Horse Shaped Civilization & Its Evolution from Eohippus to the Modern Horse” presentation by Jason Bruemmer is 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino 1200 Futurity Drive. Cost: $20 (includes dinner); call for reservations.
BAZAARS AND FAIRS
Kohlberg Fall Festival — The Olga Kohlberg PTO will host its fall family event noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Kohlberg Elementary, 1445 Nardo Goodman. Haunted house, cake walk, jumping balloons, carnival games and food trucks. Admission is free; $10 per wristband for children; additional cost for food trucks. Information: (281) 236-2850 or email@example.com.
Art a la Carte — La Tierra Cafe, 1731 Montana, hosts the monthly event 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the last Saturday of the month (Oct. 25), with vendors, entertainment and food. Open Air Yoga in the backyard is at 9 a.m. Information: 533-8890 or latierracafe.com.
Downtown Artist and Farmers Market — The City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department’s market for area artists is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturdays in the Union Plaza District along Anthony Street. Space for about 53 artists available each month. Information: 541-4942.
The market now includes a Farmers’ Market with regionally grown agricultural products.
La Semilla Food Center and local chefs and restaurants will host free healthy cooking demonstrations at 10:30, 11 and 11:30 a.m. each Saturday.
Food Day events are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, as part of Eat Well El Paso’s healthy eating and living programs. Events include cooking demonstrations, yoga, a “kidical mass”, bike safety class, healthy snack trick or treating and costume contest, community booths, family arts and crafts tables, gardening and permaculture demonstrations and more. Information: 771-5845.
Farmer’s Market at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing — The 12th annual market now runs Saturdays year-round at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing, One Ardovino Drive in Sunland Park, N.M. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to noon. This “producers only” market features quality farmers, backyard gardeners and artisans, including pesticide-free produces, natural eggs and meats, native plants, salsas, baked goods and more. Well behaved pets on leash welcome. Information: (575) 589-0653, ext. 3.
From El Paso, take Race Track Drive across the Rio Grande and across McNutt Road (NM 273), continue past the post office and turn left on Ardovino.
Yoga with Erin Stroud of Casa de Yoga is 10 a.m. every Saturday in Building A-1.
Coffee, pastries and juices offered on patio; brunch 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Kids’ tent activities, Master Gardner talks and live music offered regularly.
Pet adoptions and goodies for dogs every last Saturday of the month.
The market hosts a Psychic Fair 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25.
Mayapán Farmers’ Market — La Mujer Obrera and Centro Mayapan’s 4th season for its indoor market is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays through October Café Mayapán, 2000 Texas. Local and naturally grown produce, and Mexican fair-trade artisanry for sale. Information: 217-1126 or mujerobrera.org.
Located in the Chamizal neighborhood, the farmers market provides access to fresh, local produce and integrates nutrition education through cooking demonstrations, taste tests, and recipe distribution.
FOR A GOOD CAUSE
Stars Extravaganza — Former NBA star Earvin “Magic” Johnson will be speaker for the Stars Scholarship Fund benefit Thursday Oct. 23, at El Paso Convention Center. This is a private fundraiser, supported by business sponsors. Information: starsscholarship.org.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson has become the most powerful African-American businessman in the world. He is a Major League Baseball owner, an NBA Legend, two-time Hall of Famer, an entrepreneur, philanthropist and motivational speaker.
The Monsters Ball — The 7th annual costume event benefiting Creative Kids is 7 p.m. to midnight Friday, Oct. 24, at Ardovino’s Desert Crossing, One Ardovino Drive in Sunland Park, N.M. featuring a live auction, dancing and costume party. This year’s theme is “Under The Big Top.” Tickets: $75. information: 589-0653, ext. 3 or ardovinos.com.
‘Making Strides Against Breast Cancer’ — American Cancer Society will host its 5th annual walk benefiting breast cancer awareness at 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, at Ascarate Park, 6900 Delta. Walkers may sign up as individuals or teams to help raise funds for the cause. There is no registration fee or fundraising minimum to participate. Information, registration: 544-4427 or makingstrides.acsevents.org.
‘Howl-O-Wine’ Dog Walk — Pets Alive El Paso will host its 10th annual fall dog walk noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at La Viña Winery, 4201 S. NM Highway 28 in La Union, N.M., with a 1-mile dog walk at 1 p.m. around the grounds of La Viña Winery, as well as music, costume contests for dogs, prizes, food vendors, pet-related products and gifts for sale. Cost: $15 for one dog, $20 for two dogs in advance; $20 for one dog, $25 for two dogs at the event. No more than two dogs per person. Information: 247-6057 or Petsaliveelpaso.org.
Pets Alive El Paso is a non-profit corporation working to make El Paso a No-Kill community, offering spay/neuter Programs for the companion animals of lower-income families in El Paso; and for free-roaming cats through the El Paso Feral Cats Program.
Operation Pumpkin — The 13th annual event benefiting the children of Lee and Beulah Moor Children’s home is 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at Coronado Country Club, 1044 Broadmoor, featuring area doctors and dentists testing their surgical skills in a pumpkin carving competition. Participants may bid on finished creations in a live auction. Silent auction also offered. Age 21 and older welcome. Ticket information: 544-8777 or leemoor.org.
Glass Gallery — UTEP Fox Fine Arts Center third floor. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Information: 747-8475. Showing Oct. 23-31 is “Crossing Borders,” the Street Photography by David Smith-Soto. The photos were donated by professor Smith-Soto to help the Borderzine student internship program. Opening reception is 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23.
‘FreeStyle’ — The collaborative show by local artists Christina Huber, Candie Printz and Beverly Widener using painting, drawing, ceramics and photography runs Oct. 24-Jan. 6, at Mark Alan Salon and Gallery, 5700 N. Mesa, Suite D. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Closed Sunday and Monday. Admission is free. Information: 588-5618 or 585-1300.
Opening reception is 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24. All artwork along with handmade jewelry and pottery will be for sale.
‘The Phantom Tollbooth’ — Kids-N-Co., 1301 Texas, presents the play by Susan Nanus, based on the celebrated short story by Norton Juster and directed by Mia Carreon, Oct. 5-26. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $7 ($5 students, seniors, military). Information 351-1455 or on Facebook.
Milo’s adventures in the Land of Wisdom force him to think about many new things. Milo learns of the argument between King Azaz and his brother, the Mathemagician whose disagreement over words and numbers has led to the banishment of Princesses Sweet Rhyme and Pure Reason. Milo is dispatched to rescue the Princesses from the Land of Ignorance. The knowledge and skills Milo picks up on his journey help him to save the Princesses.
‘Dangerous Liaisons’ — El Paso Playhouse presents the drama by Christopher Hampton Oct. 17-Nov. 8. Directed by Erika Moeller. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $10 ($8 seniors; $7 students, military, groups of 10 or more). Information: 532-1317 or elpasoplayhouse.com.
A French marquis and viscount are rivals who use sex to humiliate others and entertain themselves. Their targets are a married woman and a young girl,
‘Footloose’ — UTEP Dinner Theatre, 2nd floor Union Building on the UTEP campus, opens its season with the musical based on the 1980s hit film Oct. 17-Nov. 2. Show time is 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, Sunday dinner show is 1:30 p.m. Oct. 19; non-dinner shows Sunday 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 and Nov. 2. Tickets: $31.50-$46.50 dinner shows; $17.50-$27.50 non-dinner matinees. information: 747-6060 or utep.edu/udt.
“Footloose” tells the story of Ren, a young man from Chicago who moves to a small town with his mother after his father abandons them. Much to his amazement, dancing and rock music are forbidden through a law championed by the local minister. Through Ren’s tenacity and use of the Bible, he is able to convince the minister to let the town’s high school student’s dance again. Set to the rockin’ rhythm of its Oscar and Tony-nominated Top-40 score, including the hits “I Need A Hero,” ‘Let’s Hear it For The Boy,” “Almost Paradise” and, of course, “Footloose.”
‘The Taming of the Shrew’ — UTEP Department of Theatre and Dance opens its season with the Shakespeare play with a little “Mambo Italiano’ treatment directed by Chuck Gorden Oct. 17-26, in the Fox Fine Arts Wise Family Theatre. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $13 ($11 seniors, military, group, UTEP alumni and non-UTEP students; $9 UTEP students; ages 4-12): 747-5118 or theatredance.utep.edu.
Bianca has men running after her. Her shrewish sister Kate has men running away from her. Enter the smug, bragging Petruchio who plans to marry Kate and the fireworks begin. UTEP’s production will be set in New York’s Little Italy of 1964. Get ready for pasta, pompadours, Presley, and Louis Prima.
Shakespeare on the Rocks — The 26th season is Oct. 24-26 and Oct. 31-Nov. 2, at Chamizal National Memorial, 800 S. San Marcial. Showtime is 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets: $10 ($8 full-time student sand seniors 65 or older; $6 groups of 10 or more if reserved in advance). Information: 474-4275 or shakespeareontherocks.com.
• Oct. 24 and Nov. 2: “Doctor Faustus” by Christopher Marlowe. Marlowe’s morality play has been set in 19th century Mexico and the introduction of mythical Mexican characters such as La Malinche make it appropriate for the Day of the Dead. Directed by John Estrada.
• Oct. 25-26: Richard III. Hector Serrano reprises his traditional staging of the Shakespeare tragedy.
• Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Hamlet. The classic tragedy of the melancholy dance is directed by Vanessa Keyser.
New to the festival this year is “Amor y Hadas/Dancing Shakespeare” by the El Paso Youth Ballet on Thursday, Oct. 30, with excerpts from the ballets “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Romeo and Juliet.”
The Festival is produced by Eden Enterprises in cooperation with the National Park Service and the El Paso Community College. Hector Serrano is the festival’s artistic director.
El Paso Rhinos - El Paso’s Junior League ice hockey team plays home games at the Sierra Providence Events Center, next to the Coliseum, 4100 E. Paisano. Regular game time is 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets; $20 glass seats; $15 center line; $10 bluelines; $5 general admission. information: 479-PUCK (7825) or elpasorhinos.com. Oct. 24-26: Texas Attack
‘Cycle for Change’ — The County Attorney’s Office and Villa Maria host the 2nd annual “From Surviving to Thriving” cycling event at 8 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26. Location to be announced. Information: 544-5500, villamariaep.org.
Villa Maria is a non-profit shelter
guiding survivors to self-sufficiency. The event is designed to raise awareness about the crucial, post-crisis phase of a domestic violence survivor’s journey.
Registration is at Crazy Cat Cyclery, 2800 N. Stanton
All Souls Urban Trail Races — The 15K, 5K trail races and 1-mile fun run begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Silco Theater in Historic Downtown Silver City, N.M. Entry fee is $25 for the 5K and 15K ($5 for high school and younger); fun run is free. Proceeds benefit the restoration of the Silco. Information, registration: (520) 403-7766 or (575) 574-2902. Online at raceroster.com (All Souls Trail Race).
Flying Horse Half Marathon — The Half Marathon and 5K Run hosted by Race El Paso is 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, beginning and ending at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino. The event includes a 13.1-mile run through the Upper Valley with final mile on the horse racetrack with live video capturing the runners. No race day registration. Half Marathon early registration is $60 half marathon; $30 5K run or walk through Oct. 23 ($70 half marathon; $40 5K on Oct. 24). Information/registration: 433-3439. Online registration at raceelpaso.com.
Registration fee includes post-race snacks and drinks, technical (moisture-wicking) race shirt, finisher gift for half marathon finishers, race timing, and more.
Wicked Wine Run — The 5K run and 1K Tasting Walk is Saturday, Oct. 25, at La Vina Winery, 4201 Hwy 28 in La Union, N.M. The 5K run begins at 5:30 p.m. includes wine at the finish line, and 1K tasting walk begins at 7 p.m. with four wine stations. Cost: $35 for each event; $55 for both. Team rates available. Information: Davis Unlimited Sports Training, (512) 791-9468 or (512) 791-7824. Online registration at wickedwinerun.com.
After race party with food trucks, live music and wine follows.
SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO
‘DeathTrap’ — Las Cruces Community Theatre presents the Ira Levin thriller Oct. 10-26. Directed by Les Boyse. Performances are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $9-$12. Information: (575) 523-1200 or lcctnm.org.
Dealing with the devious machinations of a writer of thrillers whose recent offerings have been flops, and who is prepared to go to any lengths to improve his fortunes, it provides twists and turns and sudden shocks in such abundance that audiences will be held spellbound until the very last moment.
‘Moonlight and Magnolias’ — No Strings Theatre Company presents Ron Hutchinson’s epic farce Oct. 10-26 at the Black Box Theatre in Las Cruces. Directed by Shaun Hadfield. Performances are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday Oct. 19 and 29, and 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25. Tickets: $12 ($10 students and seniors over 65; $8 all seats Thursday). Reservations: (575) 523-1223.
Set in 1939, Hollywood is abuzz. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of new epic, “Gone with the Wind,” because the screenplay doesn’t work. He locks the screenwriter and director in his office, closes the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, the three men labor over five days to fashion a screenplay for one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.
New Mexico Pumpkin Festival — The 7th annual festival celebrating the fall gourd is 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25-26, at the Mesilla Valley Maze and Lyles Family Farm, 3855 W. Picacho, featuring a corn maze, pumpkin painting, slides, hayrides to the pumpkin patch and more. Food available for purchase, and a country store offered. Winners from the annual coloring and pumpkin-carving contests will be displayed. Admission: $10.95 ($8.95 children). Information: (575) 522-1232, (575) 526-1919 or mesillavalleymaze.com.
Other activities include a pie eating and seed-spitting contests, horse-drawn carriage rides, pumpkin shuffleboard, guess the weight, pumpkin painting, live music, storytelling and the Pumpkin Glow.
Pancho’s Car Show — The 9th annual car show and auto parts swap meet is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Pancho Villa State Park in Columbus, N.M. with vintage to late model show cars, motorcycles, and choppers, along with music, food and drink, raffle and door prizes, admission to the park and Exhibit Hall and more. Show admission free with regular park admission of $5 per vehicle. Infomation/entry fee: (575) 531-2711 or panchovillastateparkfriendsgroup.org.
Pre-registration for show cars is $20 in advance and $25 day of show 8 to 9:30 a.m.; includes one free lunch and soft drink per registered show vehicle, a dash plaque, and free door prizes.
Columbus is 30 miles south of Deming on NM 11, and 65 miles west of El Paso on NM 9.
The Broadway Tenors — Three of musical theater’s best leading men perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, Spencer Theater for Performing Arts, Airport Hwy 220 in Alto, N.M. Singers David Burnham, John Cudia and Brent Barrett join forces for a program of more than 30 Broadway favorites. Tickets: $39-$69. Information: (575) 336-4800, (888) 818-7872 or spencertheater.com.
Tour of Las Cruces — The 9th annual cycling ride begins at 8 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 26, at Memorial Medical Center Annex, 2450 S. Telshor, Las Cruces. 100K (62-mile) and 50K (31-mile) rides offered. Cost is $30 (includes lunch). T-shirts to first 100 registered riders. Proceeds benefit Memorial Medical Center First Step Center. Information: ziavelocycling.org. Registration online (by Oct. 25) at newmexicosportsonline.com. Information: (575) 541-8271 or ziavelocycling.org.
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