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February 21, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Charles Aaron on Radiohead's "The King of Limbs" (Spin)
Martin Bernheimer on Andrea Bocelli and Plácido Domingo (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer on the Park Avenue Armory's Tune-In Festival (Financial Times)
Robert Christgau on the Swedish dance artiste Robyn (Barnes & Noble Review)
Laura Collins-Hughes on "Prometheus Bound," the rock musical (The Boston Globe)
Laura Collins-Hughes on Linda Powell, "Ajax" and military life (The Boston Globe)
Michael Feingold reviews A.R. Gurney's "Black Tie" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold on "Spider-Man" and the theater critics (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch on Jonas Kaufmann's DVD of Massenet's "Werther" (Opera News)
Matthew Gurewitsch profiles Korean bass Kwangchul Youn (The New York Times)
John Horn on "The King's Speech" wowing smaller markets (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Unknown" (The Washington Post)
Michael Kimmelman on updating exhibitions at Auschwitz (The New York Times)
Julia M. Klein on "The Invisible Line" (
Glenn Lovell reviews "Unknown" (
Glenn Lovell's "Memo to George Clooney: Ocean's Next Heist?" (
Anne Midgette on opera singers as actors (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette reviews "Anna Nicole" at Covent Garden (The Washington Post)
Tom Moon on Radiohead's "The King of Limbs" (NPR)
Claude Peck reviews "The Balcony" at Nimbus Theatre (Star Tribune, Minneapolis)
Ann Powers on Radiohead's "The King of Limbs" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Powers reviews PJ Harvey's "Let England Shake" (Los Angeles Times)
Lesley Valdes on Mark O'Rowe's "Terminus" (WRTI-FM, Philadelphia)
Lesley Valdes on Gounod at the Opera Company of Philadelphia (WRTI-FM)

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