Mean Girls is the Broadway musical-comedy adaption of Tina Fey’s 2004 film of the same name. Fey, famous for her Saturday Night Live performances, wrote the show, and Casey Nicholaw directed and choreographed it, bringing the story, song, dance, and comedy together to make for a fun evening for theatregoers.
In June, after four years of both training on-the-job and in the classroom, Joseph Daly will graduate from the NYC District Council of Carpenters’ Millwright Training Program. Right now, the Local 740 Millwright & Machinery Erectors member is working seven-days-a-week at a power plant that is being upgraded to a gas powered turbine. All the…
NEW YORK, NY – On April 6th, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo toured MTA New York City Transit’s 207th Street Car Overhaul Shop with MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota and announced a series of accelerated car repairs.
When the Republican tax cuts were proposed last October, Trump and Ryan stated that cutting the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent would result in a $4,000 to $9,000 jump in America’s average household income. Wow, an economic plan that raises income of workers.
According to The National Safety Council, being struck by an object accounted for 15,930 nonfatal and 73 fatal injuries at construction workplaces in 2014. Many of these injuries and deaths may have been preventable.
The 2017 Milliman Medical Index noted that medical expenditures (inpatient, outpatient, and professional) made up about 80% of the total cost of healthcare for a family of four, and that nationally the cost increases from 2016 to 2017 were about 4%.
Born on August 17th, 1992, in Brooklyn, and raised in Queens, Brandon Fulton is one of four children. His father, Barrington, has been a Local 30 Dual License Engineer for over 25 years. After completing four years of college at St. John’s University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Television & Film, Fulton realized…
Albany, NY – Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that $35,370,000 was returned to 36,446 victims of wage theft in 2017. Since Governor Cuomo took office, the state has recovered and returned $258.4 million to 215,335 workers – the highest total in the nation.