Issue: August 01, 2019

In this week's SN&R cover story, Scott Thomas Anderson takes a deep look at an effort to the reimagine the Sacramento Zoo, including a possible move, perhaps to the former Sleep Train Arena site in Natomas.

In News, Raheem F. Hosseini writes about a woman who died after being held at the Sacramento County Jail. Chico News & Review writer Andre Byik reports that six victims still haven't been officially identified, eight months after the deadly Camp Fire.

In Arts, Mozes Zarate visits the Chiura Obata exhibit at Crocker Art Museum. In Stage, we have reviews of The Last Match at B Street Theatre and Romeo and Juliet at FreeFall Stage in Folsom.

In this week's Garden column, Debbie Arrington previews the annual Harvest Day, full of pro tips for gardeners.

In Voices, a housing advocate says the Republican tax cut bill is undercutting a key federal program, and I write about the citizens committee that will help determine whether Measure U money brings economic justice to Sacramento.

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