I’m proud to sit on the board of The Stephen M. Hoenig Memorial Actors Fund which my mother Ann established in 1992 in honor of our beloved son and brother. Since 1993, we’ve given out tens of thousands of dollars to deserving and needy theater arts students pursuing their dreams thanks to our generous (and repeat) donors and my mother’s tireless efforts. If you know an outstanding college junior preparing for a career in the theater, please encourage him or her to apply for our $3000 […]
I make a brief appearance in Atlas Shrugged Pt. 2 during James Taggart’s wedding scene as a wine-swilling patron. It was a true honor to be even a tiny part of the production and I highly recommend people both read that book and see the film — so many decades in the making.
I’ve known Joyce Selander for a few years and was fortunate enough to read an early draft of her new book, Joyce: Queen of the Mountain. A true original, Joyce was the first woman to physically trade financial futures in the pits at the Chicago Board of Trade. Her book is a treasure of colorful characters from Chicago’s trading pits.
Please join Jonathan Hoenig as he gives the keynote address for the Hedge Fund Association Midwest Chapter Symposium. Monday, October 29, 2012 4:00pm-4:30pm Registration 4:30pm-4:50pm Keynote Speaker 4:50pm-6:00pm Panel 6:00pm-7:00pm Cocktails K&L Gates LLP Second Floor Conference Room 70 West Madison Street, Chicago IL Seating is limited, please respond to reserve a space.
As I wasted for my first “half smoke”, I noticed this sign behind the counter at Ben’s Chili Bowl, Washington DC’s
President Obama’s reelection odds have been sliding on Intrade.com since the start of the first debate.
“Whether it’s a symphony or a coal mine, all work is an act of creating and comes from the same source: from an inviolate capacity to see through one’s own eyes—which means: the capacity to perform a rational identification—which means: the capacity to see, to connect and to make what had not been seen, connected and made before.” -Ayn Rand, “The Nature of an Artist”, For the New Intellectual (1961)