Issue: October 18, 2012
Project Censored has made it their mission to see to it that important stories see the light of day, and one of the ways that works is their Top 10 Censored Stories of theYear. This week, SN&R brings you the news that the powers-that-be don't want you to know.
In Frontlines, Cosmo Garvin reports on what Measures Q and R will--and won't--do for Sacramento.
And in Capitol Lowdown, Greg Lucas weighs in on ballot initiatives, referenda and other political tools that the late Gov. Hiram Johnson probably didn't envision.
Plus, this week you'll get the full slate of SN&R's editorial endorsements.
Steph Rodrigquez's story in this week's Arts&Culture feature arrives just in time for the spooky season. She finally gets the scoop on that house at 22 nd and H Streets in Midtown. Is it really as haunted as the "paranormal investigators" claim, or is it just Sacramento-style scare stories? And the Music section has a list of Sammies winners, while 8Gigs includes this week's big shows: Bob Dylan, Beats and Lumpia, Deadlands, Del the Funky Homosapien, and more.
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