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BILL VAUGHAN’S TASTY CLIPS: Remembering John Singleton; a giant gone too soon

John Singleton, the pioneering filmmaker who at the age of 24 became the first African American to receive a best director Oscar nomination for his 1991 debut feature “Boyz N The Hood,” died April 29 of complications from a stroke suffered 13 days earlier. We first met at a luncheon in Washington, D.C. while he Read More…

Cheers West Edition

CHEERS!

Natasha Gray, a graduate of George Washington Preparatory High School and UCLA, has been selected by John Singleton to write for BET’s new scripted drama series, “Rebel.” Gray said she is moved that something she wrote and had community relevance will premiere on BET, March 28, and she has teamed up to write with Singleton, Read More…