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This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer reviews "The Medium," starring Jeffery Roberson (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer reviews American Composers Orchestra (Financial Times)
Martin Bernheimer reviews Robert Lepage's "Tempest" at the Met (Financial Times)
Laura Bleiberg on Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre's "Catch Your Breath" (LA Weekly)
Larry Blumenfeld on the Jazz Composers Collective (The Wall Street Journal)
Larry Blumenfeld on the Jazz Foundation of America's NY outreach (ARTINFO)
Robert Christgau reviews Pete Townshend's "Who I Am" (The New York Times)
Robert Christgau reviews the Congolese band Staff Benda Bilili (MSN)
Michael Feingold on Barbara Cook at 85 (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews Ayad Akhtar's "Disgraced" at LCT3 (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch reviews the Lepage "Ring" on DVD (Beyond Criticism)
Patti Hartigan on Cirque du Soleil's "Saltimbanco" at 20 (The Boston Globe)
John Horn on Broadway's "Annie" for grown-ups (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on the Tom Cruise lawsuit and his private life (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday on "Lincoln" and the timing of political films (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "The Sessions" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "The Loneliest Planet" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Flight" (The Washington Post)
Julia M. Klein on "Stars of David" (The Jewish Daily Forward)
David Streitfeld on brick-and-mortar bookshops' Amazon rebuff (The New York Times)
David Streitfeld on Bravo's Silicon Valley reality series (The New York Times)
Laura Sydell on bandwidth and watching TV online (NPR)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Cloud Atlas" (Los Angeles Times)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Brooklyn Castle" (Los Angeles Times)
Douglas Wolk reviews Charles Yu's "Sorry Please Thank You" (The New York Times)

November 5, 2012 12:00 AM |

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Michael Feingold reviews Simon Stephens' "Harper Regan" (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" (The Village Voice)
John Horn on the "Paranormal Activity" horror franchise (Los Angeles Times)
John Horn on the "Alex Cross" gamble (Los Angeles Times)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Beauty Is Embarrassing" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews Ursula Meier's "Sister" (The Washington Post)
Lawrence B. Johnson on Solti's recording legacy (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Lawrence B. Johnson on Osmo Vänskä (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Michael Kimmelman on saving an endangered Chicago building (The New York Times)
Julia M. Klein reviews Jill Lepore's "The Story of America" (Los Angeles Times)
Nancy Malitz on "Simon Boccanegra" at the Lyric (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Nancy Malitz on "Metamorphoses" at the Lookingglass (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Renee Montagne interviews Mark Bowden, author of "The Finish" (NPR)
Ann Powers interviews Tori Amos (NPR)
Ann Powers interviews Nelson George about the state of R&B (NPR)
Craig Seligman reviews "Who Stole the American Dream?" (Bloomberg News)
Craig Seligman reviews "Flight" et al (Bloomberg News)
David Streitfeld on shaming buyers of online reviews (The New York Times)
Laura Sydell on the Jetsons, video phones, and us (NPR)
Kenneth Turan reviews "For Ellen" (Los Angeles Times)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Simon and the Oaks" (Los Angeles Times)
Douglas Wolk reviews Chris Ware's "Building Stories" (The New York Times)

In other news:

Paul de Barros' biography of Marian McPartland, "Shall We Play That One Together? The Life and Art of Jazz Piano Legend Marian McPartland," was published Oct. 16 by St. Martin's Press. Paul will be in Manhattan and on Long Island this week, giving a couple of readings: Thursday, Oct. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, 104 E. 126th St. (212-348-8300 or jazzmuseuminharlem.org); and Saturday, Oct. 27, at 4:30 p.m. at the Dolphin Bookshop, 299 Main St., Port Washington (516-767-2650 or thedolphinbookshop.com).

October 22, 2012 12:00 AM |
Martin Bernheimer interviews Dolora Zajick (Opera magazine)

Laura Bleiberg reviews Akram Khan's "Vertical Road" (Los Angeles Times)
Larry Blumenfeld on saxophonist Tia Fuller (The Wall Street Journal)
Robert Campbell on Frank Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial design (The Boston Globe)
Laura Collins-Hughes on nonprofit theaters' commercial ties (The Boston Globe)
Michael Feingold reviews Craig Wright's "Grace" on Broadway (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews ReGroup Theatre's "1931-" (The Village Voice)
Patti Hartigan on Christopher Shinn and "Now or Later" (The Boston Globe)
Jan Herman on "All the Art That's Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn't)" (Straight Up)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Argo" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Seven Psychopaths" (The Washington Post)
Lawrence B. Johnson on "Doubt" with "Agnes of God" at ATC (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Michael Kimmelman on first-class buildings for the underclass (The New York Times)
Julia M. Klein on political scientist Donald P. Green (Columbia Magazine)
Dennis Lim on the films of Robert Aldrich (Los Angeles Times)
Glenn Lovell comments on children attending a new horror film (CinemaDope.com)
Nancy Malitz on "Sweet Bird of Youth" at the Goodman (ChicagoOntheAisle.com)
Nancy Malitz on the artist visa challenge: 6 case studies (MusicalAmerica.com)
Renee Montagne interviews Emma Thompson about reviving Peter Rabbit (NPR)
Renee Montagne interviews Richard Branson about his book "Like a Virgin" (NPR)
Craig Seligman reviews "Like Someone in Love" et al (Bloomberg News)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Argo" (Los Angeles Times)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Middle of Nowhere" (Los Angeles Times)
Calvin Wilson on Ira Sachs and "Keep the Lights On" (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Calvin Wilson reviews "Little White Lies" (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

October 15, 2012 12:00 AM |
October 8, 2012 12:00 AM |

This week's links to NAJP members' work:

Martin Bernheimer on "L'elisir d'amore" at the Metropolitan Opera (Financial Times)
Laura Bleiberg reviews Diavolo and its "Transit Space" (Los Angeles Times)
Laura Bleiberg on the LA Philharmonic Gala opening concert (LA Weekly)
Larry Blumenfeld on the Thelonious Monk Jazz Competition (The Wall Street Journal)
Larry Blumenfeld talks drums and jazz with Madeleine Albright (ARTINFO)
Michael Feingold reviews "Red Dog Howls" at NYTW (The Village Voice)
Michael Feingold reviews "If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet" (The Village Voice)
Matthew Gurewitsch reviews Cavalli's "Giasone" on DVD (Beyond Criticism) 
Ann Hornaday reviews "Looper" (The Washington Post)
Ann Hornaday reviews "Won't Back Down" (The Washington Post)
Michael Kimmelman on highways and urban design in Louisville (The New York Times)
Julie Lasky on London, the world's design capital (The New York Times)
Peter Plagens on the Met's "Regarding Warhol" (The Wall Street Journal)
Ann Powers on Mumford & Sons (NPR)
Craig Seligman reviews "Life of Pi" et al (Bloomberg News)
Laura Sydell on musicians' income from Spotify (NPR)
Laura Sydell on musicians' income from YouTube ads (NPR)
Kenneth Turan reviews "The Other Dream Team" (Los Angeles Times)
Kenneth Turan reviews "Won't Back Down" (Los Angeles Times)
Calvin Wilson on jazz guitarist John Scofield (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
Calvin Wilson on "New Dance Horizons" (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

In print:

Mark Rozzo writes about Blackberry Farm, in Tennessee, and the seed-saving efforts of master gardener John Coykendall in the October Town & Country.

And in other news:

Héctor Feliciano is one of the directors of the Gabriel García Márquez fellowship in cultural journalism, which is for English-speaking arts journalists and will take place in Colombia in January 2013. The FNPI (Fundación Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano) is seeking applicants for the fellowship. (The Oct. 2 deadline is being extended.) 

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