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January 3, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer reviews "Pelléas et Mélisande" at the Met (Financial Times)
Larry Blumenfeld on alto saxophonist Donald Harrison Jr. (The Wall Street Journal)
Robert Campbell reviews MoMA's "Small Scale/Big Change" (The Boston Globe)
Jeanne Carstensen and Reyhan Harmanci on the year in culture (The Bay Citizen)
Robert Christgau on "Coal Miner's Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn" (NPR)
Robert Christgau's Dakar music diary, part one of two (MSN Music)
Laura Collins-Hughes interviews Liesl Tommy and Lynn Nottage (The Boston Globe)
Arlene Croce on Sergei Diaghilev (The New York Review of Books)
Francis Davis on the Jazz Critics' Poll and winner Jason Moran (The Village Voice)
Steve Dollar interviews Mads Brugger about "The Red Chapel" (GreenCine Daily)
Steve Dollar reviews "Ten Thousand Points of Light" (GreenCine Daily)
Michael Feingold on age, reviewing, and Off-Broadway's past (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews NYTW's "Three Pianos" (The Village Voice)
Sasha Frere-Jones on Marnie Stern (The New Yorker)
Matthew Gurewitsch on Ethiopian circus juggler Girma Tsehai (Capital New York)
Matthew Gurewitsch on rising soprano Marina Poplavskaya (The New York Times)
Christopher Hawthorne on an architectural game plan for L.A. (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on the lessons of box-office performance in 2010 (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews Joel and Ethan Coen's "True Grit" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday on 2010 as a good year for girls in the movies (The Washington Post)
Hillel Italie on some 2010 sleeper books (The Associated Press)
Julia M. Klein on the Barnes Foundation (Obit Magazine)
Renee Montagne interviews cookbook author and actress Madhur Jaffrey (NPR)
Donald Munro on the Fresno arts community in survival mode (The Fresno Bee)
Claude Peck and Rick Nelson on "the year in gay" (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)
Claude Peck reviews Colm Tóibín's "The Empty Family" (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)
Ann Powers profiles Pink (Los Angeles Times)
Ray Rinaldi on Teena Marie as a woman in control (The Denver Post)
Ray Rinaldi on the year in Denver architecture (The Denver Post)
John Rockwell on the evolution of James Levine (The New York Times)
Craig Seligman reviews "As Always, Julia" (Bloomberg News)
Douglas Wolk on the joys of comics in 2010 (Techland)
Douglas Wolk makes some comics-related New Year's resolutions (Techland)

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