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Stay Tuned: The Sunnyside Sound Project

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July 12, 2010 Staff Report

The Sunnyside Sound Project, a site dedicated to profiling Sunnyside business owners and residents, has interviewed 34 people in the past year. The interviews can be found at

Sabine Heinlein, the writer/producer, has recorded interviews with people such as Jimmy Van Bramer to the local school crossing guard at PS 150, as a means to get a true feel for the neighborhood. She has posted these recording to her site. Today, she covers an artist at the Sunnyside Tattoo Studio. Click on the photo to hear the interview.

Currently, Sabine is looking for historical pictures of Sunnyside to share on her site for the neighborhood. If you have or know of any, please let her know. She can be reached at:  [email protected]

In the interim, visit some of her clips.

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