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Slow streets

Sacramento may close some residential roads to prioritize pedestrian safety during the COVID-19 pandemic If you want Sacramento to join the “slow streets” movement and…

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Taming the inner storm

A Vietnam refugee turned psychologist offers her own painful journey in new memoir Several years ago, a psychologist at UC Davis began sharing her childhood…


Better safe than sorry

Editor’s note: New city programs during the pandemic need to take every precaution City Hall and its partners are brainstorming lots of innovative ways to…


Third World villages

Essay: Why are people in Sacramento homeless encampments having to drink water from hand-washing stations? By Joe Smith The American River Parkway is home to…



Data collection

California isn’t asking about the sexual orientation of COVID-19 patients. Legislators and LGBTQ advocates want that to change. In a deadly pandemic, complete data is…



Let the voters decide

Essay: The pandemic doesn’t end the need for better transportation By Glenda Marsh As we deal with the setbacks from COVID-19 and search the horizon…


Theater of the absurd (lawsuit)

Elk Grove drama teacher who quit amid abuse allegations returns with a discrimination claim A discredited drama teacher is flipping the script on why she…