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Hats off to Little Italy [Letter]

I'd like to take my hat off to Ray Alcaraz for his commentary about Little Italy ("Little Italy: perfect Baltimore," Dec. 3).

There is really no place like it. There is a love for St. Leo's Church like no other. The generations of families that have lived there are never ending. It will survive.

Irene DiBattista

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