Issue: March 07, 2019

This week's SN&R chronicles the latest on Stephon Clark—the decision by Sacramento County's district attorney not to file criminal charges against the two police officers who killed him, plus the community reaction since.

This week's issue also features Scott Thomas Anderson's story about the Iu-Mien, refugees from the Vietnam War who are making their voices heard in Sacramento.

In Arts, Maxfield Morris writes about "sip and paint" events, which are a thing, and Janelle Bitker tells the back story of Vietgone at Capital Stage. We also have reviews of A Doll's House at B Street Theatre and Oliver! at Davis Musical Theatre Company.

In Voices, Sacramento City Councilman Jay Schenirer states his case for a homeless shelter next to a Regional Transit station in this week's community essay. Jeff vonKaenel says we need to repair our infrastructure . I write about the proposal by Sacramento's new fire chief to make ambulance staffing less costly.

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— Foon Rhee