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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...

We might only know about Confucius through inspirational Facebook posts or maybe when we think of Buddhism, we think of the golden figurines on sale at a department store, but the ...

"Remember, remember the Fifth of November..." This ominous rhyme reminds us of a day of bonfires, fireworks, and burning effigies, but what exactly are we celebrating on the fifth ...

When we think of Montezuma's Revenge, we imagine a terrifying, crippling stomachache and a night spent on the bathroom floor. But what happened to Montezuma and his people that he ...

The Woman in Gold, the Mona Lisa of Austria, the Golden Lady, Gustav Klimt's "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer" has been known by several names. But beyond the golden leaves and Adele...

Lord Byron: English Romanticist poet by day, promiscuous womanizer by night, and a part-time libertine. Lord Byron's life is the stuff of legend and today we take a deep dive into ...

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