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July 26, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Michael Feingold reviews "A Disappearing Number" (The Village Voice)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Big Boi (The New Yorker)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Spiritualized (The New Yorker)
Matthew Gurewitsch on resurrecting Franz Schreker's operas (The New York Times)
Matthew Gurewitsch on the avatars of Madame Armfeldt (The New York Times)
John Horn interviews Olivia Munn (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on "Super" at Comic-Con (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Salt" and "Countdown to Zero" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Agora" (The Washington Post)
Marty Hughley on Sojourn Theatre's mobile play, "On the Table" (The Oregonian)
Julia M. Klein on a new Cleopatra exhibition (Obit Magazine)
Ann Powers reviews Rihanna in concert (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers reviews Sheryl Crow's
"100 Miles From Memphis" (Los Angeles Times)

And in print only:

Mark Rozzo on Pennsylvania Dutch Country traditions, revitalized (Bon Appétit)

Apologies for the late posting!

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