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August 30, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

MJ Andersen on Picasso and Degas (The Providence Journal)
Laura Collins-Hughes on Amanda Palmer and her drama teacher (The Boston Globe)
Thomas Conner on the American Idols Live tour (Chicago Sun-Times)
Thomas Conner on Poi Dog Pondering (Chicago Sun-Times)
Steve Dollar on Eric Rohmer et al (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews "Wife to James Whelan" (The Village Voice)
Christopher Hawthorne on the Broad Collection museum design (Los Angeles Times)
Matthew Gurewitsch profiles opera patron Peter Moores (The New York Times)
Matthew Gurewitsch queries the Paris Opera's Philippe Jordan (Opera News)
John Horn on a film director's unexpected intermission (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on the European feel of "The American" (Los Angeles Times)
Hillel Italie on fall books (The Associated Press)
Dennis Lim on documentary-fiction hybrid films (The New York Times)
Dennis Lim on Josef von Sternberg's silent films (Los Angeles Times)
Mary Carole McCauley on the resignation of Center Stage's m.d. (The Baltimore Sun)
Manuel Mendoza on "Mao's Last Dancer" in real life (The Dallas Morning News)
Tom Moon on Cee Lo Green's viral hit, "Fuck You" (NPR)
Ann Powers reviews Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" (Los Angeles Times)
Craig Seligman reviews "The Pain Chronicles" (Bloomberg News)
Douglas Wolk interviews dramatist and comics writer Tom Taylor (Techland)

Also:

Marcia B. Siegel's book, "Mirrors and Scrims: The Life and Afterlife of Ballet" (Wesleyan University Press), has won the American Society for Aesthetics' 2010 Selma Jeanne Cohen Memorial Prize.

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