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  • Betty Ford dies at 93; former first lady

    Betty Ford dies at 93; former first lady
    Former First Lady Betty Ford, who captivated the nation with her unabashed candor and forthright discussion of her personal battles with breast cancer, prescription drug addiction and alcoholism, has died. She was 93.
  • Queen of the Purim carnival? Why, Middle Eastern food, of course

    Queen of the Purim carnival? Why, Middle Eastern food, of course
    The joyous festival of Purim, which begins Saturday night, commemorates the deliverance of the Jews of ancient Persia from danger. So why not celebrate with a menu that honors that? Persian cooking has much in common with other Middle Eastern cuisines,...

    Varnette P. Honeywood dies at 59; artist whose work was featured on 'The Cosby Show'

    Varnette P. Honeywood dies at 59; artist whose work was featured on 'The Cosby Show'
    Varnette P. Honeywood, an artist who gained fame when her vivid and joyful portraits of everyday lives of African Americans were prominently featured on TV's "The Cosby Show," has died. She was 59. Honeywood, who was diagnosed with cancer at least two...

    Eddie Fisher dies at 82; popular singer known for high-profile marriages

    Eddie Fisher dies at 82; popular singer known for high-profile marriages
    Eddie Fisher, one of the most popular singers of the 1950s who made headlines with marriages to — and divorces from — some of the most famous Hollywood starlets of that era, has died. He was 82. Fisher died Wednesday at his home in Berkeley...

    Students get hands-on lesson in nutrition

    Students get hands-on lesson in nutrition
    Over months of Friday mornings, the teenagers dug holes for kale and eggplant. They staked and tied vines heavy with tomatoes and pulled out the plants when the season was done. Working alongside them on a narrow strip of schoolyard outside Olympic...