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September 30, 2020

New Classical Tracks: Simone Dinnerstein Shares Her 'Character of Quiet'

While most new releases coming out were recorded before COVID-19, this one was recorded this past summer during quarantine, and it reflects all the confusing feelings during this challenging time. This week on New Classical Tracks, Simone Dinnerstein

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‘Concerning’ Number of Californians Are Wary Of Election Integrity, Poll Shows

More than 40% of Californians do not believe this year’s presidential election will be conducted in a “fair and open” manner, according to a UC Berkeley poll. Another 82% say they are concerned that many Americans will not accept the election outcome

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Megafires Are Breaking Climate Models, Highlighting California's Need To Focus On Prevention

Wildfires are burning year-after-year in wine country and the Sierra. These megafires are creating a new baseline for climate scientists to include in modeling and point to a greater need: a shift in mood from fire suppression to prevention.

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Where Are The Deepfakes In This Presidential Election?

October 1, 2020

Deepfake videos haven't been a problem yet in the 2020 presidential race. It's not because they aren't a threat, but because simpler deceptive tactics are still effective at spreading misinformation.

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Latinx Is A Term Many Still Can't Embrace

October 1, 2020

People born or descended from Spanish-speaking nations are still debating if any of the ethnic labels used to identify them in the United States feel right.