Author Archives: Kris Schindler

Celebrity Bios for GLAAD Awards

Celebrity bios for the 15th annual GLAAD media located here

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Hollywood and the Holocaust

An initial viewing of “Life is Beautiful” (1998) may prompt an attitude that the film makes mockery of the Holocaust through the telling of a father-son tragicomedy. This is a naïve response. Life is Beautiful is neither a mockery nor … Continue reading

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Clarus Awards

Special Events/Observances | Smithsonian magazine Museum Day 2009 Reputation/Brand Management | MS Society 2008 Special Events/Observances | The Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936-2008

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Speaking Topics

Career Cartography The early steps of one’s career are most easily navigated with a map. In this upbeat and interactive session, participants are led through discoveries and discussion on topics including identifying skills and interests, choosing internships, committee and volunteers … Continue reading

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PRSA Colorado

Board of Directors 2012-2015 Assembly Delegate 2012-2015 PRSA Colorado is part of the Public Relations Society of America(PRSA), the nation’s largest community of public relations and communications professionals. The mission of PRSA Colorado is to advance the public relations profession … Continue reading

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Temple Micah

Board of Directors 2012-2015 Temple Micah is committed to uphold the values of tolerance, respect, and compassion for all people and to heal the ills and injustices of the world through acts of loving kindness.

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Frank Rich legitimizes the porn industry as a player in the Hollywood entertainment industry without coming across as authoritative or defensive and without glorifying the industry in any way. His thoughtful observances prove that size does matter as it’s the … Continue reading

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Far from Heaven

The American melodrama, made popular in the 1950s is revisited in Todd Haynes’ 2002 film “Far From Heaven”.  Haynes employs many of the stylistic features and conventions common to the melodramas of Douglas Sirk to successfully create an adaptation that … Continue reading

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01.27.2011 The Other Side of the Hill

Today marks the day my sister turns 10 years younger than I am. It’s on her birthday that I generally take time to reflect on where I was when I was her age. I remember when she turned 30 that … Continue reading

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