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  • Whether it can succeed in replacing Petersen remains to be seen, but the producers have picked an outstanding actor in Laurence Fishburne — and while his Dr. Raymond Langston is of secondary concern tonight, he would seem to be a decent fit for the show's mix.

    Critic's Corner Thursday

  • High School, and Daryus Quarles, a 6-6 small forward from Paulsboro, N.J. and one guy from the Bayou in Langston Galloway, a 6-foot-3 shooting guard from Baton Rouge, La.

    Saint Joseph's - Team Notes

  • Langston is a former pathologist, something new to the team of Las Vegas criminalists, and he will join them as the lowest-level CSI rather than filling Grissom's spot as supervisor of the unit.

    'CSI' gets new blood in Laurence Fishburne

  • Laurence Fishburne joins the top-rated CBS drama Thursday night (9 ET/PT) as the big-name replacement for departing star William Petersen, but his character, Raymond Langston, is far different from Petersen's Gil Grissom.

    'CSI' gets new blood in Laurence Fishburne

  • It’s clear that Ray Langston is no pro when it comes to dealing with convicts — it was more than a little careless of him to get within arm’s length of his old nemesis.

    *This* is the 77 : Bev Vincent

  • Both Marks and Harper are currently starring in Langston in Harlem, a highly acclaimed new musical at New York City’s Urban Stages.

    The Francesca Harper Project Premieres New Works «

  • The walls are decorated with poster sized family pictures -- their great-grandmother’s four brothers and third-cousin Langston Hughes.

    The Kingfish Café

  • Before it becomes official, it must be approved by the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents, who will next meet on April 18 in Langston.

    Oklahoma State releases details of settlement with Sutton

  • Then call Langston and tell him we're starting Plan Mardi Gras.

    Double Star

  • E. B. DuBois, Langston Hughes, James Baldwin, and more recent scholars such as Robin D. G. Kelley, David Roediger, Saidiya Hartman, and Roderick Ferguson have suggested, the relatively liberated character of black American culture might very well have been the result of the fact that for most if not all of their history, African Americans have been to some degree excluded from citizenship and therefore far less likely to internalize its repression.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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