Renée Rothman, PhD
Dancer, writer, thinker, worker, and all that jazz
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Have you noticed all the new television serials and major motion pics that are based on America’s classic folktales? On TV right now there’s “Grimm” in which “Grimm” is not a surname but an inherited job description: Grimm’s can see … Continue reading
To my Elected Officials: Have you ever wondered why zombies are so popular? Zombies are people who have had their humanity ripped from them. Stunned and soulless, one-foot-in-front-of-the-other, they walk through life. That’s us; We The People. If we are … Continue reading