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In honoring La Virgen de Guadalupe, an intersection of identity and culture 

There's something about Mary

A squeaky wagon rolled down Burch Avenue carrying a carving of the Virgin Mary and a tape deck blaring instrumental music. A crowd of 200 recited the rosary in Spanish, while a Chevy truck that had been fashioned into a float ferried…

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