Issue: October 10, 2019

In this week's cover story, SN&R partners with Capital Public Radio to preview Pauline Bartolone's seven-episode podcast t hat explores how the Meadowview neighborhood is much more than just where Stephon Clark was killed.

In News, we have election-related coverage on Tom Steyer, the Silicon Valley billionaire who jumped in late into the Democratic nomination race, and on how outsider candidate Andrew Yang's idea for universal basic income is already being tested in Stockton. We also have stories on how a Sacramento nonprofit is dealing with government funding cuts and how a price increase for e-bikes could affect riders.

In Arts, Rachel Leibrock writes about a symposium and exhibits at Crocker Art Museum that focus on the Native American experience in California, Gregg Wager writes about Sacramento Symphonic Winds and its new home and Chris Macias previews the Aftershock music festival. In Stage, we have reviews of Northanger Abbey at Sacramento Theatre Company and As Is at Resurrection Theatre.

In this week's Garden column, Debbie Arrington writes about how the bounty awaiting gardeners at UC Davis Arboretum's big sale.

In Voices, a candidate for Sacramento County supervisor vows to help the homeless, Jeff vonKaenel says reducing income inequality requires federal action and I remind Sacramento taxpayers a bout a proposed rate increase for garbage collection.

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