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January 17, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer reviews the NY Phil playing Thomas Adès (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer reviews Renée Fleming at Carnegie Hall (Financial Times)
Robert Christgau's year's-end piece, Dean's List included (Barnes & Noble Review)
Laura Collins-Hughes on race and archetypes in "Neighbors" (The Boston Globe)
Steve Dollar on Golem (Time Out Chicago)
Steve Dollar on the Ecstatic Music Festival (The Wall Street Journal)
Michael Feingold reviews Tennessee Williams' "Green Eyes" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews Adam Bock's "A Small Fire" (The Village Voice)
Christopher Hawthorne on a plaza for the Broad museum (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on the box-office dilemmas of "The Dilemma" (Los Angeles Times)
Marty Hughley's obit for Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Bill Patton (The Oregonian)
Allan M. Jalon looks back at the Otterness Blizzard of '05 (The Huffington Post)
Julia M. Klein on "Rabbit Hole" (Obit Magazine)
Adam Langer reviews Dave Itzkoff's "Cocaine's Son" (The New York Times)
Anne Midgette profiles concert pianist Tzimon Barto (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette reviews the NSO and Sergey Khachatryan (The Washington Post)
Ann Powers on the evolution of the business of pop music (Los Angeles Times)
Marcia B. Siegel on Alexei Ratmansky's new "Nutcracker" (The Boston Phoenix)
András Szántó on the growth of artist-endowed foundations (The Art Newspaper)
Kristin Tillotson interviews Bette Midler (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)
Douglas Wolk on what makes him happy in comics right now (Techland)

And in print only:

Peter Plagens' column on the custom of guestbooks in galleries (Art in America)

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