Issue: September 24, 2015

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picks and columns.

The cover story this week: No lawn. No pool. Hello, urban farm. Janelle

Bitker talks with Sacramento agriculturalists who've turned their yards

into gardens to feed the city.

Elsewhere in the issue: Cosmo Garvin asks whether the city's new ethics

commission has real power and Nick Miller considers the effect of ethics

reform on the mayor's office, Aaron Carnes previews Sacramento's

inaugural PorchFest, Ann Martin Rolke sings pretty about the new Magpie

Cafe and more.

  • ARTober

    A month-long celebration of galleries and museums, theater and dance, music and more. SN&R will produce the official guide to navigate the myriad of events offered to the public throughout the month of October. From culinary arts to haunted houses, ballets to poetry readings, our readers won’t want to miss this guide.

    This article was published on 09.24.15