Issue: October 17, 2019

In this week's cover story, Rachel Mayfield and Maxfield Morris try to become YouTube stars—and learn about our social media age along the way.

In News, Scott Thomas Anderson chronicles the widespread disruptions from PG&E's biggest-ever wildfire prevention power shutoff. We also have coverage of a last-ditch effort by preservationist s to save the state Capitol fountain, plus a new development in the tangled tale of Jeffrey Epstein and President Trump.

In Arts, Chris Macias and Mozes Zarate report from the Aftershock Festival, and Patrick Hyun Wilson profiles Sacramento-born artist Annie Murphy-Robinson. In Stage, we have reviews of the City Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time and Green Valley Theatre Company's production of The Rocky Horror Show.

In this week's Garden column, Debbie Arrington writes about roses in bloom across the region.

In Voices, a business leader calls for more diversity in the cannabis boom, Jeff vonKaenel talks to Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen about his big plans and I write about the fate of millennials and why they must vote.

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