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June 3, 2000 | SOLOMON MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If the San Fernando Valley has a common ground, Valley Produce on Vanowen Street may be it. A quick stop at this culinary Babel will have you jostling against Indians, Koreans, Persians, Armenians, Muslims, Orthodox Jews and Latinos for that last Fuji apple. I started shopping there after my wife asked an Persian friend of ours where she finds her heaping mounds of herbs and fruits.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2000 | SOLOMON MOORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If the San Fernando Valley has a common ground, Valley Produce on Vanowen Street may be it. A quick stop at this culinary Babel will have you jostling against Indians, Koreans, Persians, Armenians, Muslims, Orthodox Jews and Latinos for that last Fuji apple. I started shopping there after my wife asked an Persian friend of ours where she finds her heaping mounds of herbs and fruits.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1993
Ethnic diversity of the San Fernando Valley is evident in the sheer number of languages spoken here. Although English is the language most often spoken at home, Spanish-speaking predominates in Sun Valley and Arleta-Pacoima. In the Los Angeles Unified School District, 87 languages and dialects are spoken by its students. The Glendale Unified School District counts 57 languages in its student population. The profusion of tongues has also lead to a flowering of language classes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1993
Ethnic diversity of the San Fernando Valley is evident in the sheer number of languages spoken here. Although English is the language most often spoken at home, Spanish-speaking predominates in Sun Valley and Arleta-Pacoima. In the Los Angeles Unified School District, 87 languages and dialects are spoken by its students. The Glendale Unified School District counts 57 languages in its student population. The profusion of tongues has also lead to a flowering of language classes.
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