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February 13, 2012

Collected Stories

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer on Verdi's "Ernani" at the Metropolitan Opera (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer on Gluck's "Armide" at Juilliard (Financial Times)
Robert Campbell on the Boston Society of Architects' new HQ (The Boston Globe)
Michael Feingold reviews Roundabout's "Look Back in Anger" (The Village Voice)
Gayle Feldman on David vs. Goliath at Digital Book World (The Bookseller)
Matthew Gurewitsch profiles the Wagnerian Tomasz Konieczny (Opera News)
Matthew Gurewitsch on a monster production of "Andrea Chénier" (Opera News)
John Horn on director Daniel Espinosa and "Safe House" (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews Madonna's "W.E." (The Washington Post)
Lawrence B. Johnson on "Time Stands Still" at Steppenwolf (
Lawrence B. Johnson reviews Ayad Akhtar's "Disgraced" (
Michael Kimmelman on how to fix Penn Station (The New York Times)
Michael Kimmelman on Mitch Epstein's photos of N.Y. trees (The New York Times)
Nancy Malitz interviews Jay Hunter Morris (
Karen Michel on a chefs' competition en route to the Bocuse d'Or (NPR)
Ann Powers on the death of Whitney Houston (NPR)
Ann Powers on the Grammys and pop music (NPR)
David Streitfeld on fallout from a star librarian's Amazon deal (The New York Times)
Laura Sydell on Amazon expanding its streaming inventory with Viacom (NPR)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Safe House" (Los Angeles Times)
Calvin Wilson on pianist Chucho Valdés (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Linda Winer on revising "Carrie," the infamous Broadway flop (Newsday)
Linda Winer reviews "Merrily We Roll Along" at Encores! (Newsday)

And in print:

MJ Andersen on the Gardner Museum's new wing and the MFA's contemporary art wing (The Providence Journal)

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