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Bluebeard’s Heart of Darkness

Even in our scientific age we humans still tell stories, indeed it seems we need to tell stories. Stories to try to make sense of our lives and stories to try to understand our world. 3,903 more words


Ex Machina: Bluebeard and Attraction

This Saturday, I finally got to see “Ex Machina” with my boyfriend. It’s something we’ve been planning for three weeks – that special. The film is somewhat of a medium-budget Indie film by the director of “28 Weeks.” The film deals with a lot of interesting concepts – AI, human-robot relationships, deception, attraction, the drive for survival, and people’s moral compasses. 716 more words


Four Great Indy Restaurant Choices

No matter where you read Grape Sense, odds are you occasionally travel to Indianapolis. Next to wine recommendations, I probably get asked as frequently for fun and interesting dining options in our state’s capital. 636 more words

Food & Travel

Bluebeard - A Short Story

When all the cousins, ages ranging from 5 to 15 years, gathered at their grandfather’s home for the summer holidays, the only thing that dampened their enthusiasm was their grand-uncle, a strict disciplinarian, who brooked no nonsense. 388 more words

Short Stories

The Key to Knowing finished piece

Finally finished this painting! The short explanation for the inspiration for this one is the Bluebeard tale from the amazing book “Women who Run with the Wolves” from Clarissa Pinkola Estes… 84 more words


Day 19 - Favorite Childhood Book?

I have a lot of troubles just choosing one of anything, which you all should probably have gathered by now.

There are a few books that come to mind, usually ones that i would get from the library at elementary school. 292 more words

April 30 Challenge

Let There be Light versus Seven Shades of Black

Pyotr Tchaikovsky versus Béla Bartók

It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re at the MET Opera HD Live double header performance of Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta and Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle… 356 more words