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November 29, 2010

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer on "Utopia, Limited" at Symphony Space (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer on "Don Carlo" at the Metropolitan Opera (Financial Times)
Misha Berson on the Intiman Theatre's debt-reduction plan (The Seattle Times)
Tim Cahill announces his new blog (Art & Document)
Jeanne Carstensen on preserving images of the past (The New York Times)
Robert Christgau on Kings of Leon (MSN Music)
Robert Christgau's Consumer Guide returns, renamed (MSN Music)
Laura Collins-Hughes on Stephen Schwartz in producer mode (The Boston Globe)
Thomas Conner reviews Kanye West's "Dark Twisted Fantasy" (Chicago Sun-Times)
Steve Dollar talks to a newly sober Justin Townes Earle (The Wall Street Journal)
Steve Dollar riffs on Kentucker Audley's "Open Five" (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews "A Free Man of Color," "The Coward" (The Village Voice)
John Horn on the making of Andrew Jarecki's "All Good Things" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Burlesque" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Love & Other Drugs" (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie on the letters of Saul Bellow (The Associated Press)
Hillel Italie on the death of Norris Church Mailer (The Associated Press)
Allan M. Jalon channels a furious Leonard Bernstein (The Huffington Post)
Adam Langer reviews Damon Galgut's "In a Strange Room" (The New York Times)
Anne Midgette reviews the Met's "Don Carlo" (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette reviews the Tokyo Quartet with Jeremy Denk (The Washington Post)
Renee Montagne interviews "Modern Family" co-creator Steven Levitan (NPR)
Ann Powers on Kanye West's attempt to grow up (Los Angeles Times)
Craig Seligman reviews Salman Rushdie's new children's book (Bloomberg News)

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