Flushing Post

The Flushing Post is a subsidiary of Outer Boro Media, which publishes seven local news sites in Queens as part of the QueensPost group.

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.

Our Team

The publisher is Christian Murray 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.

He founded Outer Boro Media and its subsidiaries in 2009. Murray is originally from New Zealand and has been in New York since 1994. He is on the board of the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce and the Hunters Point Parks Conservancy.

Nathaly Pesantez, a life-long Woodside resident, is the editor of the Queens Post. She is a graduate of NYU and has a master’s degree from the Columbia School of Journalism.

Meghan Sackman is a reporter and life long New Yorker who currently lives in Jackson Heights. She graduated from Manhattan College with degrees in English and Journalism.

Laura Hanrahan is a reporter from Hamilton, ON, Canada. She is a graduate of McGill University and earned a master’s degree in journalism from New York University. She lives in Bushwick.

Christian Amez is the president of sales and marketing. He is a civic leader and is a board member with Woodside on the Move. He was raised in Sunnyside where he still lives.

Contact Us

If you have a news tip, please e-mail us at [email protected] or call Nathaly Pesantez at 347-531-7553

For advertising, e-mail [email protected] or call 631-780-4837

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Recent News

Flushing Lunar New Year Parade Set for This Weekend

Flushing’s annual Lunar New Year parade will hit the streets this weekend in an event expected to see live performances, bright floats, and thousands of spectators.

The 2019 parade, which rings in the Year of the Pig that starts on Feb. 5, will begin at 11 a.m. on Feb. 9 at its usual Union Street and 37th Avenue location.