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October 25, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Alicia Anstead on the culture of miners and fishermen (The Boston Globe)
Robert Campbell reviews Graham Gund's new high school (The Boston Globe)
Robert Christgau reviews Of Montreal's "False Priest" (NPR)
Thomas Conner on Elton John and Leon Russell's "The Union" (Chicago Sun-Times)
Christine Dolen on a plan for the Coconut Grove Playhouse (The Miami Herald)
Steve Dollar on NY indie film producer Larry Fessenden (The Wall Street Journal)
Steve Dollar on Catalan film fest Sitges 43 (GreenCine Daily)
Michael Feingold on "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" et al (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch on the Lepage "Ring," Wieland Wagner and Vegas (Capital)
Christopher Hawthorne on envisioning L.A. after the sprawl (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on making Danny Boyle's "127 Hours" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Inside Job" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday on the importance of sound in cinema (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie on the audio version of "Catcher in the Rye" (The Associated Press)
Julia M. Klein talks to the Barnes Foundation architects (The Wall Street Journal)
Anne Midgette on the excitement of Valery Gergiev (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette on D.C.'s re-embrace of classical guitar (The Washington Post)
Renee Montagne interviews Elton John and Leon Russell (NPR)
Ann Powers on Taylor Swift and the meaning of "mean" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers reviews Elton John and Leon Russell's
"The Union" (Los Angeles Times)
Laura Sydell on the dangers of playing games online (NPR)
Douglas Wolk on "Doonesbury" at 40 (Techland)

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