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November 1, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Larry Blumenfeld on pianist Jesús "Chucho" Valdés (The Wall Street Journal)
Robert Christgau reviews No Age's "Everything in Between" (NPR)
Laura Collins-Hughes on Jed Bernstein producing in Wellfleet (The Boston Globe)
Steve Dollar on the 1977 Japanese horror film "House" (GreenCine Daily)
Steve Dollar on artist Joe Coleman and his self-portrait (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold on "Language Archive," "Driving Miss Daisy" (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch profiles tenor Brandon Jovanovich (The New York Times)
Christopher Hawthorne on the L.A. Museum of the Holocaust (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on marketing a movie that's made viewers faint (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on making "The King's Speech" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews the documentary "Budrus" (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie interviews Keith Richards about "Life" (The Associated Press)
Allan M. Jalon finds a name for his new blog: Arts Lust (The Huffington Post)
Michael Kimmelman on humor in Bulgaria (The New York Times)
Anne Midgette reviews Laurie Anderson's "Delusion" (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette on the NEA's 2010 Opera Honors (The Washington Post)
Renee Montagne interviews Garry Trudeau about "Doonesbury" at 40 (NPR)
Tom Moon reviews jazz pianist Vijay Iyer's "Solo" (NPR)
Laurie Muchnick reviews John Grisham's "The Confession" (Bloomberg News)
Ann Powers reviews Taylor Swift's
"Speak Now" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers profiles Josh Groban (Los Angeles Times)
Mark Rozzo on Jim Zivic's Jaguar Lounge chair (WSJ.)
Douglas Wolk names his fears for the future of comics (Techland)
Douglas Wolk reviews "X'ed Out" and other new releases (The New York Times)

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