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April 5, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Alicia Anstead on the life and death of a dancer (The News-Item, Shamokin, Pa.)
Larry Blumenfeld on David Simon's new HBO series, "Treme" (The Village Voice)
Robert Christgau's April Consumer Guide (msn.com)
Edward M. Gómez's website, with news on Yoko Ono
Patti Hartigan on "Children Left Behind" (Harvard Education Letter)
Christopher Hawthorne reviews "Las Vegas Studio" (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on 3-D conversions (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "The Secret of Kells" (The Washington Post)
Julia M. Klein on a one-woman show about Molly Ivins (Columbia Journalism Review)
Dennis Lim on Fassbinder's newly restored "World on a Wire" (The New York Times)
Dennis Lim on three new films about North Korea (The New York Times)
Elizabeth Maupin's new theater website
Paul Parish on San Francisco Ballet's "The Little Mermaid" (Bay Area Reporter)
Paul Parish on Merce Cunningham and the Gay Closet (Bay Area Reporter)
Ann Powers on the Big Ears festival (Los Angeles Times)
Laura Sydell on the iPad and self-publishing (NPR)
Laura Sydell on the iPad and the future of the Internet (NPR)
Jerome Weeks on Neil LaBute (KERA, Dallas)

In related news, there will be a discussion and book signing Wednesday at 6 p.m. at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute to coincide with the publication of "Reality Radio: Telling True Stories in Sound" (UNC Press). Editor John Biewen will talk with contributors Jad Abumrad ("Radiolab"), Emily Botein (independent producer), Ira Glass ("This American Life"), Karen Michel (independent producer and NAJP fellow 1997-'98) and Joe Richman ("Radio Diaries").

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