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    Publisher: Post: Local news about Sunnyside, Queens
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    The aim of the Sunnyside Post is to provide readers with a day-to-day account of what’s happening in Sunnyside, Queens. There will be small news clips and professionally-written articles. The news site was started in 2009 by Christian Murray, Editor, who is a reporter by trade, spending several years covering politics at NEWSDAY and now writes about investment banking for Thomson Reuters. Murray earned a graduate degree at the Columbia School of Journalism, and was nominated for a Pulitzer in 2001 for a story on a New York real estate scam. He is originally from New Zealand, is married to Janet Viana and has two children in Sunnyside. The logo and website were redesigned in 2010 by Sunnyside artist/designer Patricia Dorfman. Bill Parry joined the team as a reporter in June of 2012. A graduate of St. John’s University, Bill moved to Sunnyside Gardens in 1988 from Sea Cliff, L.I. to be closer to WNYW/Fox-5 where he was a producer for twenty years. Bill met Lisa Rothstein during the blackout of 2006 and they married in ’09. They currently live in Celtic Park. The site generates 18,500 unique viewers per month and 100,000 page views. ###### Sunnyside is a hidden gem that’s never got much in the way of publicity. Many residents prefer it that way. It keeps home/apartment prices down and helps the neighborhood retain its friendly, easy-going spirit. This laid-back feeling, which is felt throughout the neighborhood, is what keeps many of us here. Each section of Sunnyside needs to be explored and has its own special charms. On the southern side of Queens Blvd, there is Spanish theater, Side Tracks, Pio Pio and a fantastic range of reasonably-priced cuisine. Meanwhile, on the northern side, nothing can beat the character and price of “Center Cinemas” on Queens Blvd…to the array of pubs and restaurants that are mushrooming on Skillman Ave. - See more at: http://sunnysidepost.com/about/#sthash.3PToO9xi.dpuf
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