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Our annual Fall Culture Guide is back with more events to experience, art to see, music and readings to hear, and festivals to revel in through the rest of the year. Also included in this issue is a guide to the Valley's Top Dentists!
Carter, who died Nov. 19, grew up in Plains, Ga., and met her husband, Jimmy, when she was 17. In 1984, she spoke to Fresh Air about life before and after the White House.
Computer scientist Joy Buolamwini warns that facial recognition technology is riddled with the biases of its creators. She is the author of Unmasking AI and founder of the Algorithmic Justice League.
Peter Antonacci, the head of Florida's elections fraud office, had just left a heated meeting when he collapsed in the hallway of the governor's office, according to a newly released investigation.
Krofft and his brother Sid brought a trippy sensibility to children's TV and brought singling siblings Donny and Marie Osmond and Barbara Mandrell and her sisters to primetime.
The conservative mega-donor network is throwing its weight behind the former South Carolina governor in an effort to beat former President Donald Trump.
A court extended the detention of the Wall Street Journal reporter, arrested on espionage charges, until Jan. 30, Russian news agencies reported. Gershkovich and the Journal deny the allegations.
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