Avaya Auditorium, 201 E. 24th.
"...It's required to be transparent and accessible in ways that companies are not. For instance, says the city's Chief Innovation Officer Kerry O'Connor, when the fellows collected information about recycling behaviors in people's homes, they had to determine whether the colored sticky notes typically used for brainstorming were a "local government record" that needed to be retained by the city..."
"...That could mean the difference between the city spending $600 a day or $116 a day, said the city of Austin's Chief Innovation Officer Kerry O'Connor. "We're interrupting the revolving door," she said...."
"...D: Gavin O'Connor; with Janet McTeer, Kimberly Brown, Gavin O'Connor...."
"...Favorite Companion on a Deserted Isle: "Sinead O'Connor, because on a deserted island you'd be real hungry and her head already looks so much like a coconut that it wouldn't seem weird when you ate it."..."
"...CIRCLE OF FRIENDSD: Pat O'Connor; with Minnie Driver, Chris O'Donnell, Geraldine O'Rawe, Saffron Burrows, Alan Cummings, Colin Firth, Aidan Gillen. "There's a lot to be said for those big, soft girls," remarks one character in Circle of Friends. Indeed there is, especially if they're played by newcomers such as Minnie Driver, who brings a fresh beauty and disarming frankness to the lead female role of Benny Hogan..."
"...CLIVE BARKER'S LORD OF ILLUSIONSD: Clive Barker; with Scott Bakula, Kevin J. O'Connor, Famke Janssen, Vincent Schiavelli, Barry Del Sherman, Sheila Tousey. Anyone who knows me even remotely knows how much I respect and admire the talents of artist, author, and filmmaker Clive Barker..."
"...UPSIDE DOWN: THE CREATION RECORDS STORY (England) Director: Danny O'Connor The definitive and fully authorized documentary of the highs and lows of the UK's most inspired and dissolute independent record label - Creation Records. (North American Premiere)..."
"...D: Bill Bennett; with Frances O'Connor, Matt Day, Chris Haywood...."
"...Many regulars from the University of Texas Maya meetings are present, including Judith Strupp Green's accessible and beautifully illustrated essay on cacao- and maize-based ceremonial beverages, Kerry Hull's epigraphic analysis of classic Maya foodstuffs, and Alexandre Tokovinine et al.'s take on mixed drinks in classic Maya ceramic vessels. UT-Austin is further represented by Amber O'Connor, an anthropology graduate student who writes a reflection on gender and ideology in Maya foodways, and by professor Brian Stross, the mentor and friend who got me on the path of foodways and writing, who explores food practices and social order in Maya religion..."