December 10, 2018 A Dazzling Old Fashion Musial Comedy which is exhilarating

“The Prom” has nothing to do with teenagers in High School but middle aged folks. The Prom features Broadway veterans who are at the top of their game in this entertaining musical comedy.  Casey Nicholaw adeptly directs and choreographs the show which features a book by Chad Begueln  (who also wrote the lyrics) and    Bob...

December 9, 2018 Jail Time for Boss that Stole from Workers

SOUTHAMPTON, NY – Richard Bivona, the owner of Southampton Princess Diner (“Princess Diner”), and John Kalogeras, former manager of Princess Diner, were charged with failing to pay restaurant workers. Together, Bivona and Kalogeras misappropriated a total of over $132,000 from 23 workers. Bivona was sentenced to six months in jail. Bivona has been required to pay $88,428 to 15 workers...

December 9, 2018 Opposition to T-Mobile/Sprint Merger


WASHINGTON DC – While T-Mobile and Sprint’s proposed merger is under review by the FCC and DOJ – opposition continues to mount. The Communication Workers of America have argued that the merger will eliminate around  30,000 jobs. According to CWA, its also expected that for the great majority of rural Americans, the level of coverage...

December 9, 2018 Kohler Workers OK Contract That Shrinks Two-Tier Gap

KOHLER, Wisc.—Production workers at the Kohler plumbing-products company here overwhelmingly ratified a contract Dec. 2 that will eliminate most of the two-tier pay differences established in 2010. The five-year deal won approval from 87% of the more than 1,000 United Auto Workers Local 833 members who voted—in contrast to 2015, when the company’s insistence on...

December 9, 2018 Kohler Workers OK Contract That Shrinks Two-Tier Gap

KOHLER, Wisc.—Production workers at the Kohler plumbing-products company here overwhelmingly ratified a contract Dec. 2 that will eliminate most of the two-tier pay differences established in 2010. The five-year deal won approval from 87% of the more than 1,000 United Auto Workers Local 833 members who voted—in contrast to 2015, when the company’s insistence on...

December 8, 2018 NYC Emergency Management Distributes Coats

NEW YORK, NY – On Wednesday December 5th, the New York City Emergency Management Department and New York Cares  distributed more than 300 winter coats at the Salvation Army in Harlem. “Each winter, many New Yorkers face the extreme cold without a warm coat. Prolonged exposure to cold weather can lead to hypothermia, frostbite, and can...

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