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July 25, 2011

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Hilton Als reviews the Broadway revival of "Master Class" (The New Yorker)
Laura Bleiberg on Miguel Gutierrez's "Heavens What Have I Done" (LA Weekly)
Larry Blumenfeld on jazz festival tensions in New York (The Village Voice)
Robert Christgau reviews four related music histories (Barnes and Noble Review)
Robert Christgau on Jill Scott, Dave Alvin, and Serengeti (Expert Witness)
Laura Collins-Hughes on the State Dept. embracing foreign artists (The Boston Globe)
Michael Feingold reviews the RSC's "King Lear" (The Village Voice)
Will Hermes on Blake Shelton's "Red River Blue" LP (Rolling Stone) 
John Horn on producer Bret Saxon: unlucky or a fraud? (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Project Nim" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday on who deserves Kennedy Center Honors (The Washington Post)
Michael Kimmelman on Lucian Freud (The New York Times)
Julia M. Klein on "The Invisible Line" and "The Clamorgans" (Miller-McCune.com)
Julia M. Klein reviews Roy Rowan's "Never Too Late" (AARP.org)
Glenn Lovell reviews "Captain America: The First Avenger" (CinemaDope.com)
Glenn Lovell reviews the Aussie thriller "The Reef" (CinemaDope.com)
Anne Midgette on who deserves Kennedy Center Honors (The Washington Post)
Ann Powers on the death of Amy Winehouse (NPR)
Ann Powers on the Feelies (NPR)
Craig Seligman reviews Sapphire's "The Kid" (Bloomberg News)

And in print:

Mark Rozzo on a road trip in a 35-foot RV with his five-year-old daughter; a visit to the best restaurant in the world, El Bulli; and Amanda Foreman's "A World on Fire" (Town & Country)

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