March/April 2014
The Arts
The Disruptor
mrc_6538r_thb.jpg With Warby Parker, Andy Hunt ’04 shook up the eyewear biz. Now he’s investing in new business-shaking companies.
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Black Women's Lives
intimate_6165r_thb.jpg To help celebrate Brown's 250th, Trinity Rep staged Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage ’86 and starring Mia Ellis ’12 MFA.
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The Hand-Tied Pope
pope-and-mussolini_thb.jpg In his new book on Pope Pius XI and Italian fascism, David Kertzer ’69 continues his exploration of Vatican intrigues.
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When the West Was Still Wild
GILESCatlinPage57r_thb.jpg Wyoming curator Adam Duncan Harris ’92 puts together a traveling exhibition of George Catlin paintings.
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Making Audiences Think
shalwitzr_thb.jpg After forty years, Woolly Mammoth cofounder Howard Shalwitz still rattles Washington, D.C., theatergoers.
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A History of Natural Foods
natural_prophets_bkr_thb.jpg In Natural Prophets, Joe Dobrow ’85 shows how health food went from hippie co-ops to big business in a single generation.
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Fresh Ink
RooseYOUNGMONEYr_thb.jpg New books by alumni and faculty include a look at what it's like to be young and overworked on Wall Street.
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Olympic Pants
finally_pantsr_thb.jpg There may have been no athletic medals in Soshi for Brown athletes, but we think Brown's haberdasher deserves gold.
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Colors Rule
allmaier_thb.jpg In his studio, painter Jonathan Allmaier ’02 wonders who's in charge, the painter or the canvas?
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