May/June 2016
The Arts
Lot of Laughs

LukeCunningham_thb.jpg After writing 40 jokes a day for The Tnight Show, Luke Cunningham ’01 quit to write a sitcom.

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Tuneful Dreams
EmyTseng_thb.jpg Emy Tseng ‘87, whose 2013 debut album, Sonho (“dream” in Portuguese), earned widespread praise, is preparing to release her second.
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An Unlikely Hope

Harper_bookthb.jpg A new novel by Rachel M. Harper ’94 describes a Providence that few Brunonians get to see.

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Bambi's Creator
Tyrus_thb.jpg Pamela Tom ’83 wrote, directed, and produced a new documentary about the lead artist on the Disney classic Bambi.
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Copenhagen's Ambassador

RufusGifford_thb.jpg When he agreed to star in a Danish TV reality show, Rufus Gifford ’96 took the role of emissary to a new level.

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Beyond the Court

BillReynolds_thb.jpg Longtime Providence Journal columnist Bill Reynolds ’68 chronicles a season with a Providence inner-city high-school team.

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Shadow Play
1941_thb.jpg Marc Wortman ’78 writes a faced-paced narrative about the twisted path toward U.S. involvement in World War II.
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Fresh Ink
FreshInk_thb.jpg A novel about a psychopathic bookseller, a memoir about overcoming paralyzing pain, and a history of American lighthouses.
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