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March 28, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Hilton Als on the acting of Elizabeth Taylor (The New Yorker)
Hilton Als on James M. Cain and "Mildred Pierce" (The New Yorker)
Alicia Anstead on the future of the BSO (WGBH-FM, Boston)
Alicia Anstead on an adaptation of "A Doll's House" (WGBH-FM, Boston)
Robert Campbell reviews Diller Scofidio + Renfro's arts center (The Boston Globe)
Robert Christgau on the Drive-By Truckers (Barnes & Noble Review)
Robert Christgau on the Drive-By Truckers and Ned Sublette (Expert Witness)
Laura Collins-Hughes interviews F. Murray Abraham (The Boston Globe)
Laura Collins-Hughes reviews Alexander Yates' "Moondogs'' (The Boston Globe)
Steve Dollar on Zack Snyder's "Sucker Punch" (GreenCine Daily)
Steve Dollar rounds up some of the best films of SXSW 2011 (GreenCine Daily)
Michael Feingold reviews the Broadway revival of "Arcadia" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews "Priscilla Queen of the Desert" (The Village Voice)
Ann Hornaday interviews director Tom McCarthy (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews Tom McCarthy's "Win Win" (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette on the Boston Symphony sans James Levine (The Washington Post)
Anne Midgette on a new opera residency for composers (The Washington Post)
Tom Moon reviews Beady Eye's "Different Gear, Still Speeding" (NPR)
Ann Powers on the musical meaning of South by Southwest 2011 (NPR)
Mark Rozzo on Hamburg, rock and roll, and sleaze (T Magazine)
Mark Rozzo on new watches that try to be old (The Wall Street Journal)
Craig Seligman reviews Bradford Martin's "The Other Eighties" (Bloomberg News)
Marcia B. Siegel on celebrating the Ballets Russes in London (The Hudson Review)
Laura Sydell asks whether South by Southwest is worth it for musicians (NPR)
Laura Sydell on the evolution of Netflix (NPR)

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