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Thirteen years ago I called my cousin in the San Fernando Valley and announced to her that I was moving to the South Bay.
"Why would you do that?" she said. "There are no Jews in the South Bay!"
I don't know when that rumor might have held a modicum of truth, but it isn't the case...
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