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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…

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NAJEE’S NOTES: Oprah interviews Jackson accusers

A coalition of friends and supporters of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, say shame on Oprah Winfrey for her participation in helping to attempt to tarnish the image and legacy of Jackson by interviewing Jackson accusers Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who say that Jackson abused them as children. Our coalition is also calling Read More…

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BILL VAUGHAN’S TASTY CLIPS: Maceo Parker, Alice Walker talk Michael Jackson, Prince

By Bill Vaughan Entertainment Writer One of the wonderful perks of writing a column like this is being on the receiving end of gems uttered by our greats that often don’t make it into the lead stories. For the sake of brevity, continuity and other literary landmines, three such quotes have not seen the light Read More…