The famous non-profit organization is suffering at the (stage)hands of LocalOne.
See below for a couple of takes on the situation.
"Accepting Local 1's demand, Carnegie said in a statement, would 'divert significant funds away from the hall’s music education programs and into stagehand fees.'"
"This is a fight Carnegie Hall... Read more
A hearing is scheduled for the "Anti-Shadow Bill," Bill H.826, as submitted by Marty Walz and Byron Rushing. Set for Thursday, May 9, the public hearing for comments and input will be at 10:00am in State House Room A-1.
Common Cause Massachusetts is hosting a Redistricting Olympics this summer. We will be taking citizen drawn Congressional, State House, and State Senate maps all summer, evaluating them, declaring a winner, giving out prizes and submitting the winning maps to the MA Legislative Redistricting Committee for consideration.
The purpose of the redistricting Olympics is threefold: to educate the public about the steps in the redistricting process,... Read more
This is the mailing that has Stephen Lynch in a tizzy.
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The front illustrates how in three important votes in the US House of Representatives Stephen Lynch voted in favor of the conservative position, the position usually associated with Republicans. The conceit is that Lynch... Read more
There are six days left until the Democratic primary Tuesday September 14. If you are a MA9 resident and you would prefer a more progressive Democratic candidate than incumbent Congressman Stephen Lynch, there is something you can do to increase Mac D'Allesandro's chances.
Everyday between now and next Tuesday talk to a like-minded friend who... Read more
CommonWealth magazine came across an interesting lawsuit involving the Boston Public Library and Maryanne Lewis, a lawyer-lobbyist and former state representative who is considering a run as an independent for Congress. The BPL says Lewis was improperly awarded a secret consulting contract by its former president, Bernard Margolis, and that Lewis never performed any consulting or legal services. Lewis says she did the "government relations... Read more
I expect history will truly sing praises of your citizens and voters. Why? Because you became the first state in our country where "We The People" as Americans, teamed up and voted your will (against all odds) for your state, yourself, your children and your future. You have empowered the nation. The below link is my 60sec heartfelt tribute.
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is 200,000 members strong and growing. They work to elect bold progressive candidates to federal office and to help those candidates and their campaigns save money, work smarter, and win more often.
PCCC also advocates for... Read more
On September 9, 2009, Open Media Boston (www.openmediaboston.org) hosted an Forum for the 15 At-Large Boston City Council candidates. Held at Roxbury Community College, the forum lasted nearly two hours and gave the candidates that attended an opportunity to voice their platforms, concerns, and solutions for the future of our city. Press Pass TV reporter Perla was on the scene to bring... Read more
Need a break from the stress of (looking for) work, the economy, and everyday life? Looking for something to do that is fun, cheap, and progressive?
We're heading to the Garment District for Thrifting for Justice on Thursday, March 12 at 6pm!
More FBI photos of Sen. Diana Wilkerson getting away with the crime.
Another reason why you should vote for Sonia Chang-Diaz on November 4th.
Now, If this video that you are about to see doesn't convince you that Sen. Diane Wilkerson is a liar, a cheater and a stealer of your tax paying dollars to go to Foxwood's, then I don't know what is.... Read more
There's a political comedy show election weekend in the South End which I wrote much of; it's only $9. Here's the information:
>>If you're ready for the election to just end, join "Schmolitics" for some pre-votin' comedy. One weekend only, Thursday October 30 through Saturday November 1 at 8 PM at the Factory Theatre for the low, low price of $9.
Register to vote even if you don't think Kate Walsh is sexy. Register to vote whether you support McCain or Obama or Barr or Paul or McKinney.
Do you know the deadline to register in Massachusetts?... Read more
You can check your voter registration and polling place here if you live in Boston. The registration deadline was Wednesday August 27, 2008.
To be eligible to vote in the general election Tuesday November 4, 2008 the registration deadline is Wednesday October 15, 2008. Register and vote. This election will set all time voting records and you can be counted. Using... Read more