Issue: March 28, 2019

This week, SN&R presents the annual Music issue, featuring the SAMMIES. It includes the list of award winners, stories on some of them, a new inductee into the Hall of Fame and profiles of fast-rising rapper Hobo Johnson and legendary promoter Jerry Perry.

In News, Sasha Abramsky surveys the reaction of local progressives to Robert Mueller's report and Raheem F. Hosseini updates the almost forgotten police killing of Joseph Mann.

In Arts, we have a review of When We Colored at Sacramento Theatre Company and a story on Ranked, a timely musical about college admissions, at Granite Bay High School.

In Voices, a Natomas resident supports putting an expanded Sacramento Zoo at the old Sleep Train Arena site, Jeff vonKaenel raises the alarm about "surveillance captialism" and I write about possible rate hikes at SMUD.

As always, thanks for reading. To read the full stories, click the links below. But don't forget to pick up a print copy of SN&R for exclusive event picks and other content.

— Foon Rhee