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  • If not for the race, some might call Bay City, uh, Long Beach, something of a loser.

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  • A fund called the Bay City Tragedy Benefit has been established for the family at the Wells Fargo Bank in Bay City.

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  • It called Bay City "an alleged village" with a population of 0 in the 1970 census, that might have been renamed to "The City of Kennedy" after the late president.

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  • If not for the race, some might call Bay City, uh, Long Beach, something of a loser.

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  • It's a user-run event, which may surprise some people who'd more or less given up on the idea of Bay City early on.

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  • It's a user-run event, which may surprise some people who'd more or less given up on the idea of Bay City early on.

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  • Raymond Chandler's most famous character, private detective Philip Marlowe, frequently has a portion of his adventures in a place called "Bay City", modeled on depression-era Santa Monica, about 20 miles north of Long Beach.

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  • Shouldn't all residents of "Bay City" read Farewell, My Lovely?

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  • Raymond Chandler's most famous character, private detective Philip Marlowe, frequently has a portion of his adventures in a place called "Bay City", modeled on depression-era Santa Monica, about 20 miles north of Long Beach.

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  • Their heroes wisecrack like Marlowe, and their Berlin is a more vicious and pathological Bay City, one in which the murderous gangsters have discarded the fig leaf of respectability—except when foreigners must be duped, as during the 1936 Olympics, which feature in several of these novels.

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