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September 24, 2017

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Filmmaker Skinner Myers’ New Film, “Frank Embree” Wins Grand Jury Award at at the 13th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival

Los Angeles, CA, September 22, 2017 –(PR.com)– The 100-year-old story of the lynching of Frank Embree is brought to life by up and coming filmmaker Skinner Myers in an award winning short film. "Frank Embree" is screening at the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena, CA September 22-28 at 12:30PM as part of ShortsTV's "Shorts From Around

Gay Daughter of Focus on the Family Executive Unmasks Her Coming Out Story with New Memoir

Denver, CO, September 22, 2017 –(PR.com)– Daughter of Focus on the Family Executive Unmasks Her Coming Out Story Interview Opportunity: Amber Cantorna Growing up in the conservative church and its aftermath LGBTQ, Religion, Family, Youth, Parenting and Suicide Exposing the harm of LGBTQ Family rejection In her upcoming memoir, "Refocusing My Family," Amber Cantorna unveils

2017 Continental Gin Building Fall Open Studios

Dallas, TX, September 21, 2017 –(PR.com)– ​The 2017 Fall Open Studios at the historical Continental Gin Building will showcase a diverse range of art from 50+ local artists across 61,000 sq.ft. of space on three floors. Only available to the public twice a year during the spring and fall, Continental Gin Building Studios, located at

The Buzzing Bees of OpenJar Concepts, Inc. Celebrates 8 Years of Marketing Pollination

Temecula, CA, September 19, 2017 –(PR.com)– On September 9th, 2017, the company, OpenJar Concepts, Inc. (“OJC”), who’s team members commonly refer to themselves as the “Buzzing Bees,” turned 8 years old. Made official on 09.09.09, this company that began as a consulting firm, quickly found itself launching campaigns and building a proprietary platform to engage

New Book Introduces an Alternative Approach to Leadership

Palmyra, VA, September 19, 2017 –(PR.com)– According to professors Charles Manz and Craig Pearce, today’s business, political, and not-for-profit worlds are plagued by a leadership disease – the overly simplistic view that leadership primarily resides in one person or a small set of people who influence lower-level subordinates. That view fosters corruption, abuse of power,

Washington, DC is Invited to Shop 9/20 for More Arts and Humanities Field-trips for DC Public and Public Charter School Students at All DC Whole Foods Markets

Washington, DC, September 19, 2017 –(PR.com)– Who: DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative is the beneficiary of Whole Foods Market’s quarterly 5 percent Community Giving Day in Washington, DC. What: Five percent of Wednesday’s sales from all four current Washington, DC Whole Foods Market stores will benefit the DC Collaborative’s high-cost transportation needs for their

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