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Rhode Island State House: The People’s House

“Beautiful, isn’t it? I think it was voted one of the most beautiful State Houses in the country," I recall a Lyft driver telling me, as he drove me past the front façade of [...]

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Arcade Providence: Micro-Living in America’s Oldest Shopping Mall

Along Westminster Street, beautifully lit ionic columns and granite steps greet visitors at the Arcade Providence. Built in 1828 in the Greek Revival style, the Arcade is, to this date, the oldest indoor shopping [...]

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Barnaby Castle: Peeling Paint and Poisoned Whiskey

“Everything just takes time,” Kaitlyn sighs as we sit together in the cozy but luxurious living room of Barnaby Castle, with afternoon sunlight seeping in the bay windows. Gazing around the room, my eyes [...]

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Shipping Container Buildings: From Steel Shipments to Modern Architectural Fads

Half a mile from bustling Atwells Avenue, in a more industrial district with sparsely located buildings, a vibrant blue, green and yellow structure stands out in a dry, grey streetscape. A dazzling splash of [...]

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The Cathedral of St. John: Race and Reconciliation in Rhode Island

The American slave trade was integral to Rhode Island’s early economy; between 60% and 90% of Rhode Islanders were connected to the Colonial and Post-Colonial American slave trade as ship builders and crew, insurers, [...]

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Night at the Museum: Ladd Observatory

From science fiction fantasies, like Star Wars and Stardust, to modern lovers soaring through space in the Griffith Observatory, (yes, that’s Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in La La Land) outer space has always [...]

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