Issue: June 20, 2013

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The feature this week: Dave Kempa examines what happens to homeless

kids and those that have been in and out of the foster-care system by

the time they turn 18. He joins one brother and sister struggling on

the streets of Sacramento.

Elsewhere in the issue: After 31 years, beloved record store The Beat

is closing, and various writers weigh in on what this means for the

city; Nick Miller on Phil Angelides' push to build McKinley village

and resistance from neighborhood groups; Rachel Leibrock on Maren

Conrad's paintings that were commissioned for and then removed from

Randy Paragary's new club Vanguard; Raheem F. Hosseini on an upstart

advocacy group Hmong Innovating Politics; David Allen Brown on his

adventures at a nudist resort; and more.