The old man with the Santa Claus beard pulled a black yarmulke from the trunk of his Cadillac and limped across the street.
Hundreds of people had gathered outside an old synagogue in Boyle Heights for a program that looked back at the days when the neighborhood—now overwhelmingly Latino and Catholic—was the center of Jewish life in Los Angeles.
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