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Meet Harlem's last old-style-rugelach baker

Lee Lee's bakery—home of "Rugelach by a Brother"—sits on a stretch of 118th Street off Frederick Douglass Boulevard, past storefront churches, luggage-toting tourists and coiffed West... To view the full story, click the title link.
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