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December 7, 2010

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This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Alicia Anstead interviews Leonard Nimoy's "Secret Selves" (WGBH, Boston)
Alicia Anstead interviews Stephen Greenblatt on "Shakespeare's Freedom" (WBGH)
Martin Bernheimer on Bread and Puppet's "Return of Ulysses" (Financial Times)
Larry Blumenfeld on the recovery of pianist Fred Hersch (The Wall Street Journal)
Tim Cahill on Pearl Harbor Day (Art & Document)
Robert Christgau on the Roots, Kanye West et al (MSN Music)
Francis Davis on Bill Frisell et al (The Village Voice)
Steve Dollar interviews the makers of "You Won't Miss Me" (The Wall Street Journal)
Steve Dollar on madness, performance and "Black Swan" (GreenCine Daily)
Michael Feingold on Sondheim's "Finishing the Hat" (The Village Voice)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Kanye West (The New Yorker)
John Horn on the Sundance Film Festival's 2011 lineup (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Black Swan," "Tiny Furniture" (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie on Michael Chabon's new MacDowell Colony gig (The Associated Press)
Michael Kimmelman on "degenerate art" in Berlin (The New York Times)
Michael Kimmelman on escapism in austere times (IHT Magazine)
Renee Montagne on the late Hawaiian musician Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (NPR)
Ann Powers on the phrase "Me love you long time" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers on the Grammy nominations (Los Angeles Times)
Craig Seligman does a Q&A with Mark Twain's editor (Bloomberg News)
Laura Sydell on an e-mail exchange between a pirate and an indie filmmaker (NPR)
Laura Sydell on Google's online e-books (NPR)
András Szántó on museums in the digital age (The Art Newspaper)
Douglas Wolk reviews "Special Exits" and other new releases (The New York Times)

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