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Beyoncé returns with moving BET Awards speech, delivered by Chloe x Halle

By USATODAY Beyoncé won the viewers’ choice award at Sunday’s BET Awards. …read more

By Angie Han We’re at the halfway point of 2017, so all this week Mashable entertainment will be rolling out our 8.5 (Get it, half of ’17?) picks for the best of the year …read more

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By Annalisa Quinn Anne Helen Petersen’s new book is a thoughtful consideration of several public women — from Nicki Minaj to Hillary Clinton — who’ve run up against the invisible expectations our culture has of them. (Image credit: Jessica Diaz-Hurtado/NPR) …read more

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By The Associated Press Hollywood heavyweight Ron Howard has stepped in to helm the forthcoming Han Solo film, days after Lucasfilm cut loose original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller over “creative differences” on the anticipated Star Wars spinoff. …read more

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By Selena Hill (Image: File) Back in 2014, Alton Glass’ groundbreaking drama CRU made history at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) Independent Film Awards when it took home a win in each category it was nominated for, including Best Film and Best Director. Three years later, the award-winning filmmaker returned to …read more

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By USATODAY Beyoncé’s due date is approaching, and according to some commenters, she’s already given birth. …read more

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By Samara Lynn I was recently invited to speak on a panel at the Horowitz Research Cultural Insights Forum. At first, I felt I might just be a fish out of water; I’m a marketer and not necessarily a media type (yet). …read more

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By Suzanne Ciechalski The jury is still out on Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial but on Friday, as deliberations continued for a fifth day, the actor and comedian took to Twitter to thank his supporters. …read more

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By Selena Hill The 21st annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) kicked off on Wednesday, with an exclusive media luncheon, a networking mixer, and the world premiere of Girls Trip. …read more

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By Camila Domonoske The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet says she plans to use her new role to meet people who don’t read poetry … yet, anyway. She believes poetry can be a resource for people in fraught or isolating times. (Image credit: Shawn Miller/Library of Congress) …read more

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