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November 22, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer reviews Leonard Bernstein's "A Quiet Place" (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer reviews Richard Strauss' "Intermezzo" (Financial Times)
Larry Blumenfeld on pianist Danilo Pérez (The Wall Street Journal)
Robert Campbell reviews Foster + Partners' new MFA wing (The Boston Globe)
Robert Christgau on Tom Zé (Barnes and Noble Review)
Laura Collins-Hughes interviews Bob Glaudini and Peter DuBois (The Boston Globe)
Laura Collins-Hughes on formalist sculptor Erwin Hauer (The Boston Globe)
Thomas Conner reviews Lee DeWyze's "Live It Up" (Chicago Sun-Times)
Jeffrey Day on two decades of Vista Studios (Free Times, Columbia, S.C.)
Steve Dollar on "William S. Burroughs: A Man Within" (The Wall Street Journal)
Steve Dollar on composer Glenn Branca (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews "After the Revolution" et al (The Village Voice)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Das Racist and Odd Future (The New Yorker)
Matthew Gurewitsch on competing editions of "Don Carlo" (The New York Times)
John Horn on Hollywood chasing women over Thanksgiving (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Deathly Hallows - Part 1" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday on the Oscar documentary shortlist (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie on "Catch-22" as an e-book (The Associated Press)
Anne Midgette on Virginia Opera firing its founder (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette reviews Susanna Malkki and the NSO (The Washington Post)
Tom Moon on Girl Talk's "All Day" and Josh Groban's "Illuminations" (NPR)
Laurie Muchnick on the National Book Awards (Bloomberg News)
Ann Powers reviews Bruce Springsteen's "The Promise" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers on the "Pink Friday" backlash against Nicki Minaj (Los Angeles Times)
Laura Sydell on MySpace's entertainment makeover (NPR)
Douglas Wolk on "Amazing Spider-Man, You're Hired!" (Techland)

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