Issue: May 23, 2019

In this week's SN&R cover feature, Raheem F. Hosseini tells the story of a Sacramento man's 20-year fight for freedom after an unjust murder confession.

In News, Scott Thomas Anderson reports on Silicon Valley firms trying to gut a landmark online privacy law before it takes effect, and Dylan Svoboda reports on the controversy in Davis about a fundraiser held by an alternative news outlet.

In Arts, we have stories about a new art exhibit on America's gun culture and a Sacramento music archive of old-school cassettes and VHS tapes, plus a review of Aladdin at Broadway Sacramento.

On our new Home & Garden page, Debbie Arrington says that Sacramentans who think they've seen a monarch butterfly are likely mistaken. In the Capital Cannabis Guide, Lauren Jones writes about the city of Sacramento and Habitat for Humanity teaming up to turn former grow houses into affordable housing.

In Voices, there's a call for more cohousing communities and I write about the trend toward eating less meat.

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— Foon Rhee