Tim Smith details an interesting development at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where critic Don Rosenberg has been taken off coverage of the Cleveland Orchestra. (Apparently, he's allowed to write about other things classical such as the Cleveland Cello Society.) He's being replaced by Zach Lewis, another writer. Is Rosenberg being unfairly yanked for his negative reviews of the Cleveland Orchestra's music director, Franz Welser-Möst, or is he being pulled because of some kind of grudge that wouldn't allow him to fairly critique the conductor? Please discuss, and check out the comments on Smith's entry, which are from some important critical voices in the music world.