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The Rev. Barbara P. Boyd, 79, the...
ESPN won't be short of sound at tourney time
Radio show host makes waves Controversy: WOLB-AM talk host C. Miles Smith sparks afternoon listeners with his views that mix black nationalism and conservatism.
Stars want to shed the images that brought fame Assessments: Winona Ryder would like to play tougher characters; she's become a regular at the gym. But Sylvester Stallone says he built his 'imposing exterior' to mask feelings of inadequacy.
An imaginary conspiracy
Thinking Newton Theater: In 'A Huey P. Newton Story,' actor Roger Guenveur Smith tries to capture the character and contraditions of a Black Panther in a one-man show.
P.S. This postcard was free Advertising: A subtle form of hawking a product has arrived in Baltimore. The ads are directed at the hard-to-reach generation: ages 25 to 45.
'Huey Newton' coming to Center Stage
HBO forms winning tag team, selecting Lee to profile Belle
Theresa Randle is star of the month Wholesome: "Girl 6" actress turned down crack-addict role, loves kids and has supported herself with odd jobs.
Black filmmakers take movies in new directions Positive: African-American film leaders leave behind exploitative stereotypes and offer diverse, inspiring, innovative stories.
Wake's Odom says his T set up Kentucky for KO Coach's first-half foul figures in Wildcats run
Familiar faces in odd places
If film's a hit, call her 'star' Big break: Theresa Randle hopes her new movie, 'Girl 6,' will propel her to Girl 1.
Edited out of the Oscars
Down to the leftovers
Real life from the Hollywood dream factory
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Spike Lee goes beyond the obvious of crack underworld in 'Clockers'
Spielberg receives AFI pat on the back
The films of summer
Lee says Miller's mouth definitely on the foul side
The Turturro family tree sprouts actors
Telling the car-jackers' story
Risk, creativity are the right things, Spike Lee says
Hemond in no hurry to fill Melvin void
It's De Niro as Frankenstein, and, yes . . . Freddy's back FRIGHTS OF FANCY
This time, Jackson isn't listening to the Oscar talk
New brood of tough guys decides fierce, mean goatee can't be beat
In 'Spinal Tap' tradition, 'Fear' ribs rap
Don't blame Spike for Reggie's show
Soundtracks are performing as well as some current movie hits
Yellow journalism in review . . .
'Crooklyn' a colorful, boisterous burst of Spike Lee nostalgia
Sassy essays by a multicultural feminist
Spike Lee casts focused eye on Jordan
Director Spike Lee talked movies, not politics
Malcolm X is defined in compelling portrait on PBS
The Message of Courage in King's Nonviolence
New film, same roots: John Singleton draws life from the 'hood once more
Nation's black colleges are drawing more whites Courses and tuition are attractions
Black and white movies Must directors be color-coded?
Love and Benetton fashion new sound in Bowie's 'Black Tie'
'How U Like Me' takes a loving look at urban blacks
Oscar's Night Out Feeling lucky? Put your money on Clint to win tomorrow night
Who cares who killed Malcolm?
2 films get 9 nods, but 'Crying Game' is Oscars' biggest deal