Issue: February 07, 2019

This week, SN&R focuses on the latest homeless count in Sacramento County. Scott Thomas Anderson went out with volunteers doing the tally, and also reports on the different numbers on homelessness--and how those numbers are used. Raheem F. Hosseini uncovers a curious move by the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency right before the count.

In News, we have a story about how local law enforcement appears more concerned about leftist protestors than neo-Nazis. Kate Gonzales talks to East Sacramento residents concerned about a second body found in McKinley Park's pond.

In Arts, Patrick Hyun Wilson looks at a new street photography exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum, and Mozes Zarate assesses the lineup of acts at the upcoming Sol Blume festival.

In Voices, a native Sacramentan writes in this week's guest essay that she doesn't recognize her city any longer, Jeff vonKaenel says the Sacramento Metro Chamber is becoming less partisan and I have an update on Melinda Welsh, SN&R's founding editor, whose life has taken a remarkable turn.

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