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Readers recommend: Take the A train to Harlem for a stellar time

NEW YORK Harlem is a long way from most of Manhattan, especially if you're trying to get to the Apollo for showtime in weeknight traffic. Heed Duke Ellington's advice instead and "Take the A Train." There’s also a stellar restaurant in the neighborhood, Amy Ruth's, 113 W. 116th St.; (212) 280-8779....
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