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SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY is currenlty hosting "Seeking Shelter: A Story of Place, Faith and Resistance," a multimedia exhibition chronicling the story of a group of Rhode Islanders’ Vietnam War-era activism and the reaction of their community. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY

Salve Regina hosts ‘Seeking Shelter’ multimedia exhibit

NEWPORT – A multimedia exhibition chronicling the story of a group of Rhode Islanders’ Vietnam War-era activism and the reaction of their community, “Seeking...

Tutson receives Public Humanities Scholar Award from RICH

VALERIE TUTSON is the founding member and executive director of Rhode Island Black Storytellers. The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities recently awarded Tutson...

RICH presents Savage with lifetime achievement award in the humanities

JUDITH C. SAVAGE was recently awarded the Honorary Chairs’ Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities....

Cabral wins humanities award for inspired storytelling

LEN CABRAL, an international storyteller, is the recipient of this year’s Tom Roberts Prize for Creative Achievement in the Humanities for four decades of...

Little Compton Historical Society wins Innovation in Humanities award

MARJORY O’TOOLE, managing director of the Little Compton Historical Society, discusses its recent exhibit, “If Jane Should Want to Be Sold,” which won the...
THE RHODE TOUR 'Providence Walks' series now features three separate tours in historic Providence: Downtown, The West Side, and The East Side. /COURTESY PROVIDENCE WARWICK CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU

Rhode Tour mobile app launches new self-guided Providence tours

PROVIDENCE – Tourists in Providence will be able to escort themselves through historic city districts, with the addition of two new self-guided walking tours...

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