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In its turn-of-last-century heyday, the Lower East Side was home to a flourishing international Jewish community. These days, it has a much different flavorówith bodegas, bistros, and Buddhist temples overtaking defunct synagogues and shmatte shops. Tour the remnants of a gritty, tumultuous, and Jewish past at the stops below. ... Read the story
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