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This Is All That’s Left of New York’s Once-Thriving Borscht Belt

For middle- and working-class Jewish New Yorkers, the Catskill Mountains were a paradise within reach. Beginning in the 1920s, the area, which became known as the Borscht Belt, thrived as hundreds of summer resorts emerged, offering food, leisure, and entertainment catered specifically to that population. 

But, by the mid-1960s, the area had declined. “I don’t think it was one thing. Some say it was the airline industry. Some say it was mismanagement. Others say women took a more dominant role in the workforce and they didn’t want to camp out with their families all summer,” said Marisa Scheinfeld. “Everything has its season and everything has its day. Its time just past.”

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