Issue: August 22, 2019

This week, SN&R's cover story focuses on the burning debate among Democrats and progressives: Is the best way to oust President Trump through impeachment? Or is it at the ballot box in 2020? We also have the views of the four House Democrats from the Sacramento area.

In News, Scott Thomas Anderson takes a closer look at the tenant protection deal approved by the Sacramento City Council and sorts out what comes next. Also, Raheem F. Hosseini tells of one woman's crusade for justice in our social media age, and Kate Gonzales checks in with the family of Stephon Clark, who was killed by Sacramento police.

In Arts, Maxfield Morris chronicles what it was like to spend a week just saying "no" to almost everything. In Music, Olivia Monahan says hip-hop artist Nate Curry finds his own voice in his new EP. In Stage, we have reviews of Yeoman of the Guard at Light Opera Theatre of Sacramento and Alone Together at Main Street Theatre Works.

In this week's Garden column, Debbie Arrington talks to author Robert Kourik, who says his "lazy" approach to gardening is really smart.

In Voices, an East Sacramento resident is not happy with Regional Transit's new bus routes, Jeff vonKaenel writes about the challenges facing recycling and I look at the city's latest proposed rate hikes for garbage pickup.

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— Foon Rhee