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Sunnyside Shines/Chamber Unveils Neighborhood Map

On Wednesday, Sunnyside Shines and the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce released copies of their recently-produced neighborhood map.

The map aims to promote local businesses and turn Sunnyside into a tourist destination. It will be distributed in hotels and similar venues.

NY1 News did the following interview (PLEASE CLICK HERE).

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this map is not even accurate, 38st and 50th street are not considered parts of sunnyside what idiots

South Side Johnny

I have RCN in my building; I’ve been a customer for about 15 years. Very few problems, so I guess they’re better than TWC.


Greedy time warner.. Asking to login to see the video. Fail. I hate TWC.
Can we all please get together and sign a petition to bring FIOS to sunnyside and TWC’s tyranny and monopoly in our neighborhood? RCN HQ is blocks away from us, yet we can’t get service from them either.


Hey SSP, thank you for figuring out how to stop the auto-run of videos, many of us appreciate it.


Looks like wanna be Banskys have already arrived if some of the lightpoles on queens blvd are to believed.


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