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Astoria Post

The Astoria Post publishes seven local news sites in Queens.

We deliver up-to-the-minute reports on education, local politics, small business, crime, neighborhood real estate and more. Our experienced reporters dig up stories—both big and small—that are of concern to local residents.

PUBLISHER

The Queens Post is operated by Christian Murray and Czarinna Andres.

Murray is a veteran journalist who worked as a reporter for Newsday and Thomson Reuters prior to establishing the company. He has a master’s degree from the Columbia School of Journalism and is a graduate of the University of Auckland.

Andres is a long-time Sunnyside business operator. She owned Bing’s Hallmark in Sunnyside and is presently on the board of Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District and is a member of Community Board 2. Andres is a graduate of Assumption College in Manila.

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