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In 1925, F. Scott Fitzgerald published the great American novel, The Great Gatsby. Tiptoeing between the glamour of the Roaring '20s and the futility of the American Dream and invi...

The Blood Countess. Lady Dracula. The witch who bathes in the blood of virgins. We know the scary stories, but how well do we know Elizabeth Bathory? In this blood-chilling episode...

If you've ever listened to Boney M's classic song, "Rasputin", you've probably wondered whether or not this crazy tale is actually true. Well, wonder no more! In this episode, we d...

Sometimes classical music can be confusing. How are you supposed to tell the difference between all of these composers and all of these long symphonies? Well, hopefully after this ...

Anne of Cleves has gone down in history as the original catfish, but was this actually her fault, or was it actually Henry VIII of England spreading rumors in order to get out of t...

In this special episode of Tea Time Thoughts, I take a moment to discuss my personal favorite historical periods of time and gush over Baroque fashion, Romanticist art, and Queen E...

"She's a full-on Monet... From far away it's okay, but up close it's a big ol' mess."  Okay, so the quote from Clueless doesn't do Monet, or Impressionism in general any justice. B...

20th Century Fox's animated classic, "Anastasia" has wowed viewers with the enchanting tale of a lost Russian princess for decades. But just how accurate is the movie? In this epis...

Queen Victoria is an icon, an example of how women can govern and wield power without sacrificing their identity as a woman. But despite her role today as a Feminist icon, was Quee...

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