Valentine's Day is a time for gifts, romance, and...well...intimacy. Today word of mouth celebrates the day with a look at how it's done under the sea, including the tender mating rituals of lobsters.
We'll also find out why maintaining a sex-positive environment is so important to sea life.
Plus, a conversation with the curator of "Killer Heels" a new exhibit at the Currier Museum of Art showcasing the rich history and evolving design of high heels.
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New technologies are allowing marine researchers to get more detailed information on how the life cycle churns on beneath the waves.
Marah Hardt brings us on a bold ride through the red light district of the deep blue sea, where polyamorous right whales, libidinous lobsters, swinging groupers and other creatures conduct elaborate mating rituals in the place where life began -- the ocean.
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An extensive exhibition of centuries of historic and contemporary high heels -- from the whimsical to the sublime -- along with a series of short films is about to step out in NH. Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe is on view at the Currier Museum of Art beginning on February 6 and running through May 15th.
Samantha Cataldo, Assistant Curator at the Currier shares some highlights.