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A Night at the Besties Oct 23, 2014 Celebrate CityBeat's "Best of San Diego" issue with live music from Little Hurricane and Steph Johnson, performances from the Fern Street Circus, an art exhibit from the Dream Machine Arts Collective, a mobile video arcade by Coin Op North Park and more. 60 other events on Thursday, October 23
 
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Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012

Shenanigans: May Day Mini-Crossword

How much do you know about local labor unions?

By Dave Maass
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May 1 is International Workers' Day, also known as May Day. Show how much you know about local labor unions with this mini-crossword.


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3. For Passover, San Diego clergy delivered "bitter herbs" to San Diego biotech companies on behalf of these SEIU workers.
4. This measure on the June ballot would bar project-labor Agreements on municipal construction contracts in San Diego.
5. City Council member who fell from grace, only to rise again as general manager of the Municipal Employees Association, Michael ______.
6. Recently, workers at these medical facilities unionized in Los Angeles.


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1. In March, Lorena _______ was re-elected as CEO and Secretary-Treasurer of the San Diego and Imperial Counties Labor Council.
2. Workers at _____ stores in Southern California nearly went on strike last fall.



 
 
 
 
 
 
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