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April 19, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Hilton Als on Big Art Group (The New Yorker)
Misha Berson reviews the world premiere of "An Iliad" (The Seattle Times)
Laura Bleiberg on Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (Los Angeles Times)
Thomas Conner on the U.S. Air Guitar regionals (Chicago Sun-Times)
Francis Davis on Paul Motian (The Village Voice)
Christine Dolen reviews "Dying City" (The Miami Herald)
Steve Dollar on Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars (Time Out New York)
Steve Dollar on Dr. Dog (Time Out Chicago)
Jan Herman on a new book the censors won't love (Straight Up)
John Horn on Neil LaBute and "Death at a Funeral" (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on Matthew Sweet's songs in the musical "Girlfriend" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Kick-Ass" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "The Secret in Their Eyes" (The Washington Post)
Marty Hughley on dancers and affordable health insurance (The Oregonian)
Hillel Italie on the volcanic ash cloud's London Book Fair impact (The Associated Press)
Hillel Italie on banning the "Twilight" books (The Associated Press)
Michael Kimmelman on the atomization of culture (The New York Times)
Dennis Lim on Gillo Pontecorvo's "Kapò" and Holocaust cinema (Los Angeles Times)
Dennis Lim on "Mulholland Drive," "Lost" and "2666" (Cinema Scope)
Mary Carole McCauley on actress E. Faye Butler (The Baltimore Sun)
Renee Montagne interviews Natalie Merchant (NPR)
Laurie Muchnick reviews Kitty Kelley's "Oprah" (Bloomberg News)
Claude Peck on James Schuyler's "Other Flowers: Uncollected Poems" (Rain Taxi)
Laura Sydell on controversial speech and Apple's gated community (NPR)
Jerome Weeks on 3-D modeling and the Rapid Sculpture project (KERA, Dallas)
Michael Z. Wise on Oscar Niemeyer's Communist landmark (The Wall Street Journal)

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