2 hours ago

Keep Marching: Philly Celebrates MLK with Nine Student-Painted Sculptures Around Town

Location: 7th and Arch streets

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Location: 239 Arch street

Location: Broad and Spruce streets

Location: 440 North Broad street

    Keep Marching: Philly Celebrates MLK with Nine Student-Painted Sculptures Around Town
    This post is a part of a paid partnership with Comcast* Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and over the weekend painted busts of Dr. King were installed around Philadelphia to honor his legacy and celebrate his dream. These temporary additions to Philadelphia's public art and monument landscape are a part of a community art...
    http://streetsdept.com

2 days ago

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2 days ago

Philly has 8 new statues of Martin Luther King Jr. painted by local students, thanks to Comcast

150 N 6th Street

    CAPA students paint MLK statues to be displayed around Philly
    On Friday, a series of six-foot statues of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will appear in various places around Philadelphia, and remain through February. Each has been hand-painted by high school artists with their own interpretation of the civil rights hero.
    https://whyy.org

2 days ago

Weekend Phillyfun Picks: Jan 12-15

701 Arch St.

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40 N. 2nd Street

321 Chestnut St

2027 Fairmount Ave.

    Weekend Phillyfun Picks: Jan 12-15 - PhillyFun4Kids
    It's the weekend! While the temps may be dropping again, it is looking like a great weekend to get out and be with your family to take part in the many Martin Luther King Jr. weekend celebrations and events taking place all weekend along with service activities the whole family can enjoy, too.
    http://www.phillyfun4kids.com

2 days ago

The milk bottle tower in Kensington is now officially historic

150 N. 6th Street

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8/24 PIDC is offering RFQ for 4601 Market Street

    Iconic Kensington milk bottle protected from wrecking ball
    Kensington's iconic milk bottle-shaped water tower and the aging industrial building it perches upon can no longer be demolished without a fight. In a unanimous Friday vote, the Philadelphia Historical Commission added the 120-year-old structure to the local historic register.
    http://planphilly.com

3 days ago

3 days ago

Memorial for A.M. Satou Weaver Tuesday, Jan. 16, at African American Museum in Philadelphia

701 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

    Memorial for A.M. Satou Weaver Tuesday, Jan. 16, at African American Museum in Philadelphia
    This short News Post invites you to the Memorial for A.M. Weaver, next Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. It's fitting that the Memorial take place at the museum she loved and which embraced her and her curatorial projects. "Gardens of the Mind," A.M.'s most recent exhibition at AAMP, shows...
    http://www.theartblog.org

3 days ago

Daring to put legs on faith with the inspiration of MLK

NewCORE, WHYY, and Philadelphia Media Network are presenting a public discussion, “Does Dr. King’s Life, Legacy, and Hope for America Matter?” Monday evening at 6 p.m. at the Philadelphia Media Network Building, 801 Market St.

    Daring to put legs on faith with the inspiration of MLK
    On Monday, a day of service will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. In the spring, activities will mark the 50th anniversary of his assassination. Between now and then, a Philadelphia group will host conversations about King's legacy. University of Pennsylvania chaplain and author Charles "Chaz" Howard is one of the panelists.
    https://whyy.org

4 days ago

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4 days ago

Member Perspective: Maggie March

Independence Mall West • 150 N. 6th Street • Philadelphia, PA 19106

    The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia | News
    Guest Commentator: Maggie March, Philadelphia Director, Arena Strategies Why is it important that employers encourage young professionals to pursue mentorship opportunities and how does this help them retain talent? Employers need to encourage young professionals to participate in a mentorship program for many reasons.
    http://news.chamberphl.com

4 days ago

One issue with 'dockless' bike share, possibly coming to Philly? Bikes tossed around everywhere.

150 N. 6th Street

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8/24 PIDC is offering RFQ for 4601 Market Street

    Philly is considering dockless bike share
    The city's contract with Bike Transit Systems, the Philadelphia-based company that's run Indego since day one expires in June of 2019. Ritz says he expects for around ten firms to respond to the RFI. Negotiations over the city's next bike share contract could come as early as the summer, depending on the responses the city gets.
    http://planphilly.com

5 days ago

Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction...

Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction or the threat of eviction? Join the Mayor’s Task Force on Eviction Prevention and Response listening session for residents, scheduled for January 11 from 6:00-8:00pm at 801 Market St. The Task Force is seeking input from community members who have experienced eviction or who was otherwise forced to move from their rental housing. Food, child care, and bus fare will be provided at this meeting. Please contact charlotte.edelstein@phila.gov to RSVP or questions. You can find out more information about the Task Force here: http://www.phila.gov/hhs/accomplishments/Pages/default.aspx Please share widely with your networks! #housingfutures #communityfuturisms #residentvoices #philly #evictedphilly #evictions #tenants #tenantrights

    Community Futures Lab
    Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction or the threat of eviction? Join the Mayor's Task Force on Eviction Prevention and Response listening session for residents, scheduled for January 11 from...
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5 days ago

How to volunteer Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Philadelphia and 10 other ways to celebrate

11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St., $5 admission, 215-409-6600, constitutioncenter.org

Friday, Jan. 12 to Monday, Jan. 15, the African American Museum, 701 Arch St., free on Friday and $2 Saturday through Monday, 215-574-0380, aampmuseum.org

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1:30 p.m. Monday, Girard College, 2101 South College Ave., free, 215-787-2600, philorch.org

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Saturday to Monday, Eastern State Penitentiary, 2027 Fairmount Ave., free, 215-236-3300, easternstate.org

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut St., pay-what-you-wish admission, 215-925-2800, libertymuseum.org

12 to 4 p.m. Monday, Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Ave., free, 215-247-0476, woodmereartmuseum.org

2 p.m. Sunday, Convent of Mercy Auditorium, 515 Montgomery Ave., Merion Station, projecthome.org

    How to volunteer Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Philadelphia and 10 other ways to celebrate
    The Greater Philadelphia King Day of Service Each year, the Greater Philadelphia King Day of Service updates their website with hundreds of volunteering opportunities, from school and neighborhood cleanups to woodland restoration and trail work. You can opt for a site in the Greater Philadelphia area or participate at their Girard College signature site, where you'll join thousands of other volunteers on unique projects.
    http://www.philly.com

5 days ago

Board Candidate Nominations Due

699 Ranstead Street - Suite 1 (7th St. bet. Market and Chestnut) 

    Board Candidate Nominations Due | PhillyCAM - Philadelphia Community Access Media
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    https://phillycam.org

6 days ago

Eagles Take Over A Dunkin’ Donuts; Safety Chris Maragos Serves Coffee

He got behind the counter to take people’s orders at the Dunkin’ Donuts on 6th and Market.

    Eagles Take Over A Dunkin' Donuts; Safety Chris Maragos Serves Coffee
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The Eagles are making sure Philadelphia is wide awake for Saturday's playoff game against the Falcons. Birds safety Chris Maragos was up bright and early Tuesday serving coffee. He got behind the counter to take people's orders at the Dunkin' Donuts on 6th and Market.
    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com

6 days ago

10 Great Art Exhibitions & Events In Philadelphia This January

The African American Museum, 701 Arch Street

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The Rosenbach, 2008 Delancey Place

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, 1400 N. American Street #103

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 118-128 N. Broad Street

Penn Museum, 3260 South Street

The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th Street

Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

    10 Great Art Exhibitions & Events In Philadelphia This January
    Photo courtesy The Penn Museum A new year brings Renaissance masterworks, 2,000-year-old clay statues, monsters and more to Philly... Ring in 2018 with some pretty powerful exhibitions in Philly this January. Some feature old favorites, including Terracotta Warriors at the Franklin Institute (with 2,000-year-old clay statues!)
    https://www.uwishunu.com

Jan 09

Right now in Philly an average of 20 water mains are breaking **every day**

150 N 6th Street

    Water main breaks keep Philly workers scrambling
    NPR's Morning Edition takes listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse. Morning Edition is the most listened-to news radio program in the country. The city of Philadelphia has been dealing with a rash of broken water mains.
    https://whyy.org

Jan 09

Jan 09

People riding bikes and people driving cars flout traffic laws at the same rate, per a new study

150 N. 6th Street

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8/24 PIDC is offering RFQ for 4601 Market Street

    Cyclists violate traffic law no more than drivers, new data shows
    A new study from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) seems to further confirm a sinking suspicion many Philadelphians have: Everyone on the road is a law-breaking jerk. The FDOT study [ PDF] is the latest suggesting that motorists and cyclists both violate traffic laws at about the same rate: cyclists comply 88 percent of the time and drivers 85 percent of the time.
    http://planphilly.com

Jan 08

15+ Sensational Things To Do In Philadelphia This Week, January 8-15

Where:Various locations including The African American Museum, 701 Arch Street

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Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Four points along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway including outside the Rodin Museum, 2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Where:Various locations including Johnny Brenda's, 1201 Frankford Ave

Where:Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

Where:FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Verizon Hall, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad Street

Where:Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, 3680 Walnut Street

Where:Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street

Where:The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Where:Eastern State Penitentiary, 2027 Fairmount Avenue

Where:Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

Where:The Liacouras Center, 1776 N. Broad Street

Where:Various locations including Harp & Crown, 110 S. 13th Street

Where:Various locations including Girard College, 2101 South College Avenue

    15+ Sensational Things To Do In Philadelphia This Week, January 8-15
    Harp and Crown | Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Day events, Center City Restaurant Week and more... This week in Philadelphia, the weather is going to warm up (relatively), just in time for a bevy of exciting events to go down.
    https://www.uwishunu.com

Jan 08

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Jan 05

Philly might become the first US city to open supervised injection sites, if this plan becomes reality

150 N 6th Street

    'Safe-injection site' more likely for Philly, but big hurdles to clear : Courts & Law : WHYY
    Top Philadelphia officials are advocating that the city become the first in the U.S. to open a supervised injection site, where people suffering from heroin or opioid addiction could use the drugs under medical supervision.
    https://whyy.org

Jan 04

City of Philadelphia under snow emergency

-Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street)

    City of Philadelphia under snow emergency
    Philadelphia remained under a snow emergency at noon Thursday as the winter storm continued to blanket the city and its suburbs with snow. Steve Lorenz of the Philadelphia Streets Department gave a progress report at 11 a.m. on the city's efforts to keep highways and by-ways passable.
    http://6abc.com

Jan 04

Philly winter snowstorm 2018: The latest on the ‘bomb cyclone’ (update)

Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street)

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Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

    The latest updates on the 'bomb cyclone' in Philly
    Like the rest of the East Coast, the "bomb cyclone" has officially landed in Philly, dropping a couple of inches of snow and then some starting late Wednesday night. The City of Philadelphia issued an official snow emergency effective at 12:01 a.m., telling residents to move their cars off of snow emergency routes and be careful commuting to work on Thursday morning.
    https://philly.curbed.com

Jan 04

Jan 03

Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction...

Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction or the threat of eviction? Join the Mayor’s Task Force on Eviction Prevention and Response listening session for residents, scheduled for January 11 from 6:00-8:00pm at 801 Market St. The Task Force is seeking input from community members who have experienced eviction or who was otherwise forced to move from their rental housing. Food, child care, and bus fare will be provided at this meeting. Please contact charlotte.edelstein@phila.gov to RSVP or questions. You can find out more information about the Task Force here: http://www.phila.gov/hhs/accomplishments/Pages/default.aspx Please share widely with your networks! #housingfutures #communityfuturisms #residentvoices #philly #evictedphilly #evictions #tenants #tenantrights

    Community Futures Lab
    Are you a tenant who has experienced eviction or the threat of eviction? Join the Mayor's Task Force on Eviction Prevention and Response listening session for residents, scheduled for January 11 from...
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Jan 03

With a storm approaching, Managing Director M...

With a storm approaching, Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis announced that a Snow Emergency will be declared for the City of Philadelphia beginning at 12:01 am on Thursday, January 4. For citizens, a Snow Emergency means all parked cars must be moved off Snow Emergency routes for plowing. When moving your car, park as far from the corner of the street as possible; vehicles parked too close to the corner get in the way of snow plows trying to turn corners. Snow Emergency information and a map of Snow Emergency routes can be found at http://www.philadelphiastreets.com/highways/snow/emergency-routes/. Cars left on Snow Emergency routes will be moved to other parking spots to assist in snow plowing operations. If your car is moved, call 215-686-SNOW to find it. Do NOT call 911. Citizens are encouraged to travel with caution Thursday. Please give yourself extra time to get to your destination, and workers are encouraged to make use of flex time if available. Caution will be particularly important during the morning rush hour. Sanitation and recycling collections tomorrow will be suspended. Residents who normally have collections on Thursdays are asked to hold their trash and recycling until next Thursday. Crews are expected to resume collections on Friday but residents should expect delays. Due to the New Year’s holiday collections were already one day behind this week; therefore, Wednesdays materials will be picked up on Friday; Friday’s materials picked up on Saturday. There will be no collections in driveways for the remainder of the week. Residents should place materials at curbside, in front of their homes, to be picked up. Salting/Plowing: The Philadelphia Streets Department – working in coordination with Parks and Recreation, L&I, Water, and CLIP – will begin a salting operation around midnight. The Department has more than 40,000 tons of salt available. Crews will begin plowing as the snow accumulates, and will treat and plow side streets and neighborhood streets as conditions permit. The Department will have over 375 pieces of equipment deployed at the peak of the operation. City government offices will be open during normal business hours Thursday. Supervisors are urged to offer flexibility if employees are late. SEPTA will post real-time travel updates at www.septa.org and @SEPTA on Twitter. Airport: Travelers and those picking up travelers are encouraged to check their flight status before leaving for the Airport tomorrow. Call your airline, get updates at 1-800-PHL-GATE or check the Airport website, www.phl.org. Call Centers Open The Philly 311 Call Center will remain open on normal business hours Thursday (8am- 8pm) to take calls for non-emergencies. Requests for salting and plowing will not be taken during the storm. Once the storm has moved on, the City will announce when such requests will be taken. The Philadelphia Water Department’s customer contact center 215-685-6300 will be open. Citizens are encouraged to shovel snow from the fronts of fire hydrants and storm drains on their block to allow snow melt to drain to the city sewer system. Homeless Outreach: The Office of Homeless Services is continuing its Code Blue until further notice. Throughout the Code Blue, Philadelphia’s homeless outreach teams will patrol the streets in greater numbers, urging homeless people to come to local shelters. People do not need ID to enter Code Blue shelters or cafes from the street, and they can remain indoors throughout the duration of the Code Blue. If you are concerned about someone who is homeless, please call the Outreach Coordination Center at 215-232-1984 at any time. Outreach is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. First responders can also transport people to shelter for their own safety. Pet Safety Awareness: Citizens should contact the ACCT Philly hotline (267-385-3800) if they observe a dog or other pet outside during extreme cold. It is against City ordinance to leave dogs outside in extreme cold without proper shelter, and owners can be fined up to $500. The Philadelphia Parking Authority will not enforce meter and time limit violations after 10:00 p.m. tonight due to the snow emergency. The PPA will enforce all snow emergency and safety violations. Vehicles illegally parked on snow emergency routes after midnight tonight will be subject to ticketing and towing. The Parking Authority will offer discounted parking in Center City garages during the Snow Emergency to help lessen the amount of cars parking on the street. Beginning at 6:00 p.m. today and running through the end of the Snow Emergency, the Philadelphia Parking Authority will offer a special 24-hour flat rate of $5.00 for the following parking facilities: • AutoPark at Independence Mall (5th & Market Streets) • AutoPark at Jefferson (10th & Ludlow Streets) • Autopark at the Gallery Mall (10th & Filbert Streets) • Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street) • AutoPark at Old City (2nd & Sansom Streets) • Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.) To receive the discounted $5 rate, customers must bring their ticket and pay at the PPA Management Office in each garage. Philadelphia Prisons: All inmate visits are canceled Thursday for all jails in Philadelphia County. The Departments of Parks and Recreation reminds residents that if a tree falls during a storm and it's blocking a road, or it has fallen on a house, car or other property, call 911. A crew of arborists from Philadelphia Parks & Recreation are on-call to respond to tree emergencies and they will come out to remove the hazard and any part of the tree that is an immediate risk to public safety. Other parts of the tree that don't pose an immediate risk (such as tree trunks and stumps) will be removed at a later time so our crews can focus on other safety hazards around the city during extreme weather events. In the event that a tree has fallen on electrical wires, please call PECO's emergency line: 1-800-841-4141. Stay informed: • Tune to local news for weather updates. • Sign up for emergency alerts and weather updates from ReadyPhiladelphia at www.phila.gov/ready. • For more winter weather tips, visit the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management online at www.phila.gov/ready. • For official updates from the City, follow @PhilaOEM on Twitter or find them on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube and Blogspot. • Other City Twitter accounts to follow for information: @PhiladelphiaGov; @Philly311; @PhilaStreets; @PhillyPolice; and @PhillyFireDept. ###

    Philadelphia Streets:
    Learn what residents and businesses need to know about trash collection and recycling.
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Jan 03

ALERT: PPA Announces $5 Garage Rate & Relaxed Enforcement During Snow Emergency

Parkade on 8th (801 Filbert Street)

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Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

    " ALERT: PPA Announces $5 Garage Rate & Relaxed Enforcement During Snow Emergency
    In response to the City's Snow Emergency, which is set to begin at 12:01 AM tonight, the Philadelphia Parking Authority will be offering a flat twenty-hour $5 parking rate at the following Center City garages from 6:00 PM tonight - Wednesday, January 3, 2018, until the snow emergency is lifted.
    http://www.philapark.org

Jan 03

Philly Declares Snow Emergency Ahead of Nor'easter

•         Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street)

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•         Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

•         Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

    Philly Declares Snow Emergency Ahead of Nor'easter
    A Snow Emergency has been declared for the city of Philadelphia ahead of Thursday's snow. The snow emergency will go into effect starting at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, January 4, 2018. A Snow Emergency means all parked cars must be moved off Snow Emergency routes for plowing.
    https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com

Jan 03

Philadelphia Declaring Snow Emergency Ahead Of Winter Storm

Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street)

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Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

Philadelphia Family Court Garage (1503-11 Arch Street – Going south on 15th Street, enter the garage on the west side just after 15th & Cherry St.)

    Philadelphia Declaring Snow Emergency Ahead Of Winter Storm
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The City of Philadelphia announced Wednesday that they are declaring a snow emergency ahead of the impending winter storm. Managing Director Michael DiBerardinis said that a snow emergency will be declared beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday. The region is under a winter storm warning and could see 3 to 6 inches of snow.
    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com

Jan 03

City of Philadelphia declares snow emergency

-Autopark at 8th & Filbert Streets Garage (801 Filbert Street)

    City of Philadelphia declares snow emergency
    The City of Philadelphia has declared a snow emergency ahead of the snowfall expected on Thursday. The snow emergency goes into effect at midnight. The following was released by city officials: For citizens, a Snow Emergency means all parked cars must be moved off Snow Emergency routes for plowing.
    http://6abc.com

Jan 03

Bid No. 17-15 Replace Roofing System at Various Locations

Bid documents are available at the offices of the Authority located at 701 Market Street, Suite 5400, Philadelphia, Pa 19106 for a fee of $100.00. See attached Notice to Bidders for more specific information regarding this opportunity.

    " Bid No. 17-15 Replace Roofing System at Various Locations
    This opportunity is being issued by the Parking Authority (the "Authority"), a body corporate and politic created under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in accordance with the Act of June 19, 2001, P.L. 287, No. 22, as amended, known as the "Parking Authority Law".
    http://www.philapark.org

Jan 03

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