Talk:Southern California

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Hierarchy[edit]

There's a discussion of how we broke down Southern California into regions on the Talk:Southern California/Hierarchy page. --Evan 14:17, 21 Dec 2003 (PST)

Counties[edit]

San Bernandino & Riverside are currently being lumped into the Inland Empire region - I'm too lazy to check and see if they actually overlap with what we're calling Southern California, but if not they should be removed. That said, I've never really been convinced that Southern California and the Inland Empire should be split into two separate regions... -- Ryan 00:47, 8 Nov 2005 (EST)

Riverside and San Bernadino Counties are part of Southern California according to all conventions. Riverise County, for instance, is home to a popular travel spot, Palm Springs, which is always considered part of So Cal. Together Riverside and San Bernadino Counties form the Inland Empire, which is part of Southern California, although virtually never used by locals (as in "I'm from the Inland Empire").

See also Talk:California. -- Colin 03:18, 8 Nov 2005 (EST)
Yes, I saw this. It's wrong about the IE. Check the wikipedia entry on IE, it correctly considers the IE an integral part of Southern California as do all demographers and historians. Just trying to help.

SLO, Kern[edit]

I rolled back an addition of SLO County and Kern County, since I believe they're both listed elsewhere. --Evan 12:28, 30 Dec 2005 (EST)