Newport Spotlight: Touro Synagogue

Newport Spotlight: Touro Synagogue

Newport is famous for many things and for many “firsts” as it was the fifth largest city in colonial America and a major and prosperous settlement before the Revolutionary War. Among the things that Newport takes great pride in for is being a place of tremendous...
A4 Guide: Newport Architectural Forum

A4 Guide: Newport Architectural Forum

Newport’s architecture is some of the oldest and grandest in the country. From the Colonial Era, to early Victorian, to the Gilded Age, leading up to present times, Newport’s small community has countless architectural marvels. There are more National...
A4 Spotlight: The Daniel Swinburne House

A4 Spotlight: The Daniel Swinburne House

The Daniel Swinburne House is an extremely beautifully preserved Cottage Orné/Gothic Revival style house located in the “Catherine Kay” neighborhood of Newport. Originally built in 1863, the structure would have originally stood on a large parcel of land but as...
Newport Spotlight: Julian Fellowes

Newport Spotlight: Julian Fellowes

Winston Churchill famously stated, “First we shape our buildings and thereafter they shape us.” This keen observation was made in his argument before Parliament to properly restore the Parliament Building from the damage it sustained during the Second World War. He...