Issue: April 11, 2019

This week SN&R marks its 30th anniversary with a list of 30 people who embody our values, a look at past covers and thoughts from publisher Jeff vonKaenel.

We also move ahead, with a new Home & Garden column.

In News, Raheem F. Hosseini finds that federal anti-extremism grants are targeted toward Muslims, and Scott Thomas Anderson updates the battle over card rooms in Sacramento.

In Arts, we feature the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera's push for success and also have a reviews of Hollywood Arms at Chatauqua Playhouse and The Self-Unseeing at Happy Hour Theatre.

And in Voices, a Sacramento State student writes that for African-American women, braids are much more than a hairstyle.

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— Foon Rhee