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NEW YORK — The Walgreens on Avenue J in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood has a display of decorations for Hanukkah, which starts at sundown on Dec. 1. The store, in one of the largest Jewish neighborhoods in New York, has made a huge effort to attract business from local residents, even including bilingual signage in English and Hebrew at the entrance.