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Rare book 'petting zoo' offers a special touch

Deep in the recesses of the John Carter Brown Library, Kenneth Ward, curator of Latin American books, stood before 32 items from the ancient world. "These are my babies," Ward said. "When you hold a book, you support the spine," he demonstrated as he cradled one of them in his hand. 

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BTV 'passion project' film offers surreal experience

There's nothing like the sound of rushing air, the rhythmic beating of a heart and the alluring sigh of echoes to usher moviegoers into an almost otherworldly experience. Brown Television screened its first student-made feature film, "Two Hearts," Friday at the Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the ...

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Senior textures paintings with hair

This semester, people began giving hair to Cecilia Salama '12. The visual arts concentrator - who previously went to barbershops to collect hair - has made good use of the donations in her current exhibition, "In My Absence: A Senior Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition," that features work created this semester. ...

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New day shelter offers 'community of love'

For Juan Delgado, 43, homelessness was "almost an addiction." After three years on the streets — sleeping on bridges, in parks and in abandoned houses — and seven years of traveling from shelter to shelter, he finally found a cure. 

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