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January 30, 2012

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer on Thomas Hampson and "Song of America" (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer on "Götterdämmerung" at the Met (Financial Times)
Laura Bleiberg reviews La La La Human Steps and "New Work" (Los Angeles Times)
Robert Christgau on Bhi Bhiman and "Bhiman" (NPR)
Michael Feingold reviews "The Road to Mecca" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews Kevin Spacey in "Richard III" (The Village Voice)
Christopher Hawthorne on Peter Zellner's Matthew Marks Gallery (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on "Hugo" and the other Oscar contenders (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday on Liam Neeson in "The Grey" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday on Glenn Close in "Albert Nobbs" (The Washington Post)
Lawrence B. Johnson on Lyric Opera of Chicago's "Aida" (
Lawrence B. Johnson on Muti's "Carmina Burana" (
Michael Kimmelman on housing projects' architectural lessons (The New York Times)
Glenn Lovell reviews Liam Neeson in "The Grey" (
Mark Mobley writes a Philip Glass birthday tribute (NPR)
Renee Montagne on "Consent of the Networked" author Rebecca MacKinnon (NPR)
Ann Powers on Lana Del Rey (NPR)
Ann Powers on the Bob Dylan tribute "Chimes of Freedom" (NPR)
Craig Seligman reviews Cullen Murphy's "God's Jury" (Bloomberg News)
Marcia B. Siegel reviews Monica Bill Barnes and Company (The Boston Phoenix)
Calvin Wilson on Ensemble Español (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Linda Winer on Signature Theatre Company's new four-stage complex (Newsday)
Linda Winer on Cynthia Nixon as Vivian Bearing in "Wit" (Newsday)

And in books:

Will Hermes' "Love Goes To Buildings On Fire: Five Years In New York That Changed Music Forever" (Faber & Faber/Farrar, Straus & Giroux) was published in November.

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