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May 31, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Charles Aaron reviews M.I.A.'s "Maya" (Spin)
Misha Berson interviews Cassandra Wilson (The Seattle Times)
Laura Bleiberg on a Bugsy Siegel ballet (Los Angeles Times)
Robert Christgau reviews Titus Andronicus' "The Monitor" (NPR)
Laura Collins-Hughes interviews Karen Finley (The Boston Globe)
Thomas Conner reviews the "Glee" stars in concert (Chicago Sun-Times)
Thomas Conner explains his music criticism philosophy (Chicago Sun-Times)
Christine Dolen on the fate of the Coconut Grove Playhouse (The Miami Herald)
Steve Dollar on a film about Staten Island's boogeyman (The Wall Street Journal)
Steve Dollar reviews The Tallest Man on Earth's "The Wild Hunt" (Time Out Chicago)
Michael Feingold on the death of Michael Kuchwara (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews "The Metal Children" and "Restoration" (The Village Voice)
Gayle Feldman on publishing fears at BookExpo America (The Bookseller)
Matthew Gurewitsch reviews Seattle Opera's new "Amelia" (beyondcriticism.com) 
Christopher Hawthorne on design finalists for Eli Broad's museum (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on remaking "The Karate Kid" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday on the career of Dennis Hopper (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Sex and the City 2" (The Washington Post)
Joe Horowitz on the NEA's music critics institute (The Unanswered Question)
Dennis Lim on the Cannes Palme d'Or winner "Uncle Boonmee" (Artforum)  
Dennis Lim's interviews from Cannes (The New York Times)  
Manuel Mendoza interviews Ben Kingsley (The Dallas Morning News)
Laura Sydell on CalArts' robot orchestra (NPR)
Jerome Weeks on Renzo Piano's new Kimbell Art Museum annex (KERA, Dallas)

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