"...As Chronicle Dance writer Jonelle Seitz observed, each work seems "more sophisticated, more human, more poignant, and more important than the last. Hamrick's dances show us how to be: how to approach, how to respond, how to accept challenges and joys." In addition to the work of her own company, founded in 1999, the choreographer shows us how to be in the Hamrick/Warren Dance school, which she co-founded and has run with artistic partner Kate Warren since 1991; the studio Cafe Dance, which she's run since 1996; and the Austin Dance Festival, which she founded in 2015. [image-3-right] Jeanne & Michael Klein..."
"...Directed by: Mark Piznarski. Starring: Leelee Sobieski, Chris Klein, Josh Hartnett, Annie Corley and Michael Rooker..."
"...The critics will present the awards in their usual fashion – with drinks in hand – in an informal ceremony on Monday, June 4, 7pm, at Cap City Comedy Club, 8120 Research #100. The event will also include the induction of four local artists into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame: Norman Blumensaadt (theatre), Kathy Dunn Hamrick (dance), Jeanne and Michael Klein (patronage), and Anuradha Naimpally (dance)...."
"...15 hearing before District Judge Scott Jenkins, BS&W objected to the amicus brief. Attorney Michael Klein argued that it was inappropriate, that AAPS appeared to be a "friend of the plaintiff" (because Van Boven had previously spoken at an AAPS conference) rather than a "friend of the court," and that the brief offered "nothing probative to aid the court." Klein's brief asked that Jenkins prevent the filing of the amicus, or else that Van Boven be prevented from citing it at trial..."
"...8) THE WORKS OF COLLECTORS EXTRAORDINAIRE MICHAEL AND JEANNE KLEIN Like the Petrobelli Altarpiece, we need more great art in town on a regular basis. Great art is exactly what these terrific and generous collectors provide at the Blanton...."
"...Christensen, who's never really recovered from his woefully vanilla reading of the strapping young Sith lord-cum-Tiger Beat pinup, here gets to keep a girl, although not the girl (and not at the Hotel Chevalier, sadly), and beam his molecules all over the globe without ending up like Jeff Goldblum in The Fly. Actually, taken at face value, Jumper is pretty slick, entertaining stuff, well-crafted by Liman; edited into a tight, action-packed bundle of nerviness by Saar Klein (The Bourne Identity); and scripted with not a little Marvel Universality by David S..."
"...Blanton, Jr., Elizabeth and Peter Wareing, and Kelli and Eddy S. Blanton: Jeanne Klein and Michael Klein, who have pledged $2 million; and Suzanne Deal Booth and David G..."
"...By executive order, President Barack Obama has directed the CDC to resume research on firearms, which had been effectively prohibited by Congress. And Slate's gun deaths project is about to be assumed and expanded by the newly established Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit funded by Michael Klein, who plans to incorporate official statistics on all forms of gun violence: "Once the integrity of what we're doing is evident," Klein told Kois, "I hope we'll get buy-in from police departments and city governments to share their reports in a timely manner."..."
"...Inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame at the ceremony were: Norman Blumensaadt (theatre), Kathy Dunn Hamrick (dance), Jeanne and Michael Klein (patronage), and Anuradha Naimpally (dance)...."
"...An Aug. 26 opinion out of Texas' 3rd Court of Appeals reversed a trial court's order that Auspro Enterprises (owned by Michael Kleinman, who owns the chain of Planet K stores) remove the sign under the standards set in Texas' Highway Beautification Act, which stipulates that election signs may only be displayed without a permit 90 days before and 10 days after a specific election...."
"...Asked if that opposition is likely, this week BS&W attorney Michael Klein said yes – the response hasn't been drafted yet but, "There's two defendants in the case – Lakeway Regional and Baylor Scott & White, and our situations are just vastly different." A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Aug. 15...."
"...What they are looking at primarily are our campus climate surveys that are done every year by the faculty, students, and parents. Some of the questions for kids are SEL type questions like, 'Do I feel safe on my campus?' 'Do students treat one another with respect?' 'Do I feel welcome in my classroom?'" AISD is funding the initiative with grants from the NoVo Foundation, Jeanne and Michael Klein, Betsy and Hughes Abell with the Buena Vista Foundation, Carmel and Thomas Borders with the Tapestry Foundation, the RGK Foundation, and others..."
"...On Wednesday, the Blanton announced that, thanks to the efforts of an anonymous donor and longtime museum benefactors Jeanne and Michael Klein, its permanent collection would now be home to Jiménez's Progress II (1976), a massive sculpture of a vaquero roping a snarling steer with glowing red eyes, and Border Crossing (1989), the image of a family – man carrying woman carrying infant – heading north across the Rio Grande. The former work, which was recently refurbished through the support of the unnamed donor, has been on display in the second floor collection galleries for a few months now and proven to be a very popular draw, according to Blanton curator at large Annette DiMeo Carlozzi..."
"...Helen Klein Ross is so much more cheery than her Twitter handle, @BettyDraper, named for the sullen Mad Men character Ross channels to write her 140 character missives on Twitter. That made attending her Friday workshop on how to fully exploit the short, short, short form – aka the tweet – that much more enjoyable...."
"...The atrium is now host to an artwork almost as epic as the space itself: 3,100 square feet of custom-cast acrylic in various shades of blue, laid out in horizontal bands from the ground floor almost to the top of the staircase. Titled Stacked Waters, the installation is the work of 2005 MacArthur Fellow Teresita Fernández, who was commissioned to create it for the Blanton through the generosity of museum patrons Jeanne and Michael Klein..."
"...Republican Congressional Dist. 25 candidate Becky "Armendariz!" Klein will celebrate ....."
"...In a whiff of rhetoric reminiscent of none other than the retired but unlamented Phil "Mad Dog" Gramm, Republican CD 25 candidate Becky Armendariz Klein ("but it's 'Rebecca' on the ballot!") has accused her opponent, incumbent Democrat Lloyd Doggett, D-Austin, of being a "pro-abortionist, an advocate of a homosexual agenda, and [he] opposes school prayer and religious freedom of expression." Klein offered no substantiation, but she may be looking beyond November to a post-election appointment (should President Bush win) to Michael Powell's chair at the FCC. Speculation persists that Powell will be stepping down either for a judicial appointment or to run for office and Klein, formerly furniture at the Texas Public Utility Commission, is often mentioned as a likely successor..."
"...Paying a whirlwind visit to South Austin Tuesday morning to talk about "transportation," Republican congressional candidate Rebecca Armendariz Klein smiled spectacularly and punted deep: "I really applaud the really dynamic debate that's occurring right now regarding the toll roads." Klein unveiled a letter from U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert suggesting that should the CD 25 candidate defeat incumbent Democrat Lloyd Doggett, "the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee would be an appropriate choice" for a committee assignment..."
"...The heavy-hitter law firm, Loeffler Tuggey Pauerstein Rosenthal LLP, home to many a state Republican pol, announced Tuesday that " Rebecca A. Klein" has been named managing partner of the firm's Austin office, aka "The Loeffler Group," the firm's government affairs practice..."
"...JESS KLEIN: Not to be confused with local Jeff Klein, although they're both singer-songwriters and even once roomed together in Boston, this Klein is female and still lives in Beantown. Last year's Rykodisc bow Draw Them Near earned both critical acclaim and solid AAA radio play for its deft mixture of rock, folk, and pop..."