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Articles by Grace Dunham

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The Week to Survive

News, Dec 06 2013

by Grace Dunham, Robert Sandler & Emma Wohl

WHAT IS CYBER MONDAY? TELL ME MomBigShopper12 12.1.13: Who else likes to order DVDs, electronic accessories, and brand-name sneakers on Cyber …

Knives Down

by Lizzie Davis, Grace Dunham, Alexander Sammon & Benson Tucker

Like any city worthy of the title, Providence has a long and troubled history with knives. Precision instruments among humanity’s earliest …

The Openings

Arts & Culture, Dec 18 2012

by Grace Dunham

The galleries in Chelsea are white. Their floors are usually polished concrete. Galleries are modern. Their job is to highlight the …

Hallowed Whisperings

Arts & Culture, Nov 02 2012

by Grace Dunham, Robert Merritt & Alex Ronan

A while ago, I went to the Met with a boy my age, and also his mother. We were walking around …

Houses

Features, Oct 21 2012

by Sam Adler-Bell, Belle Cushing, Grace Dunham, Mimi Dwyer, Avery Houser & Kevin Pires

IRA M. GOFF House, 62 John StreetI like the Goff House because it’s almost not one. It’s small and red and …

Boy's Club

resurrecting Portuguese tradition on Trenton street

Metro, May 10 2012

by Grace Dunham

The procession started around 7:30, a half-hour behind schedule. A young blonde girl walked in first, carrying a silver crown on …

Partire Per Morire

Metro, Mar 20 2012

by By Grace Dunham

[start hero] [end hero] On April 7th, Father Charles Zanoni will have been a priest for fifty years. The son of …

Our Heavenly Father

Spiritual crisis at Cranston West

Metro, Feb 15 2012

by Grace Dunham

Jessica Ahlquist, the 16-year-old girl who won a federal lawsuit against Cranston High School West to remove a prayer banner from …

Living Eleven: Stories From Inside the 11th House on 11th Street

Metro, Dec 08 2011

by Grace Dunham

One block north of 10th Streetand one block south of 12th Street, just before Providence ends and Pawtucket begins, is 11th …

Occupy Keeps Occupying

Metro, Nov 03 2011

by by Grace Dunham

On Thursday, October 27 at 2 pm, Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare and Police Detective Theodore Michael calmly entered the Occupy …

Castle for the People

Features, Nov 03 2011

by by Grace Dunham

Henry Degaitas still remembers gym class in the Providence Armory. Every day he and the other kids of Bishop McVinney, a …

Reclaiming Rhode Island

North Kingstown’s two-hour tea party

Metro, Sep 19 2011

by Grace Dunham

On Wednesday, September 7, over 200 people gathered in North Kingstown’s Wilson Park, enduring the day’s drizzle to welcome the Tea …

Liberia Comes to America

West African eats in Cranston

Food, Apr 21 2011

by Grace Dunham

Board the number 11 bus at Kennedy Plaza, ride it south down Broad Street, and you’ll get a sense of the …

The Indy Gives Thanks

Literary, Dec 01 2010

by Grace Dunham & Belle Cushing

The importance of eating chopped liverEvery Thanksgiving, my grandmother makes chopped liver. It’s smooth, a little sweet, vaguely metallic—because of the …