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Snoop Dogg to host BET Hip Hop Awards show in Atlanta

Snoop Dogg to host BET Hip Hop Awards show in Atlanta

NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UPI) -- Snoop Dogg is to serve as emcee of the BET Hip Hop Awards show in Atlanta next month, producers announced Friday.

LA Times, Post news service calls it quits

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- The 47-year-old Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service came to an end with a seemingly amicable divorce, two newspaper executives said.

Weymouth to head Washington Post Media

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UPI) -- Washington Post Media Thursday named Katharine Weymouth as its next chief executive.

Farrakhan: Black men headed for extinction

ATLANTA, Oct. 17 (UPI) -- Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan offered a stern warning in Atlanta that the U.S. political climate is threatening to African-American men.

MLK's daughter, Bernice, at hip-hop awards

ATLANTA, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- The youngest daughter of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King attended Black Entertainment Television’s award ceremony Saturday in Atlanta.

Cadaver show mostly dead

ATLANTA, March 5 (UPI) -- "Bodies... the Exhibition," a display of preserved human cadavers and body parts, attracted little interest on its opening day in Atlanta.

Newspaper circulation declines

NEW YORK, May 3 (UPI) -- Major U.S. newspapers lost 1.9 percent of circulation in the six months ended March 31, continuing a 20-year downward trend.

Atlanta remembers former mayor

ATLANTA, June 28 (UPI) -- America's top political and corporate leaders joined 5,000 mourners Saturday to say final goodbyes to Maynard Jackson, Atlanta's first black mayor.

Washington Agenda-General

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Boisfeuillet (Bo) Jones, Jr. (first name pronounced /ˈboʊfəleɪ/ BOH-fə-lay) was publisher and chief executive officer of The Washington Post, succeeded by Katharine Weymouth in early 2008.

Born in Atlanta in 1946, Jones went to high school at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C. and later received an A.B. in 1968 from Harvard College, where he was president of the Harvard Crimson and a member of the Spee Club. He was a few years younger at both St. Albans and Harvard as classmate Donald E. Graham, his future employer. He attended Exeter College, Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar and received a D.Phil. in modern history. He received his J.D. in 1974 from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.

Prior to joining The Post, Jones was an attorney with Hill and Barlow in Boston from 1975 to 1980, and was law clerk for the Honorable Levin H. Campbell, a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, from 1974 to 1975.

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