Issue: March 14, 2019

In this week's SN&R cover story, Raheem F. Hosseini looks at the legacy of Stephon Clark, one year after Sacramento police officers killed him . We also offer the views of Mayor Darrell Steinberg and of the Rev. Shane Harris, president of the People's Alliance for Justice.

In News, we have stories about how the California Highway Patrol handled the 2016 state Capitol riot and the city's attempts to clean up toxics at the Pannell Community Center.

In Arts, to mark St. Patrick's Day, Rachel Mayfield profiles an Irish music band, while Scott Thomas Anderson offers his playlist. We also have reviews of Reborning at Big Idea Theatre and The Beaux' Strategem at City Theatre.

In Voices, a baby boomer stands up for millennials, Jeff vonKaenel calls for transparency on health care costs and I write about Methodists voting to ban gay clergy.

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