Voices

Editor’s note: The 99 percent

Sacramento citizens panel pushes for economic justice After watching the first three meetings of the citizens committee that will suggest how best to spend Sacramento’s…



Essay: Toss out the old rules

A congressional candidate says he’s running on new principles By Jeff Burdick In May, I began campaigning as a progressive for Congress in California’s 7th…



Editor’s note: All in on EVs

Sacramento wants to be America’s electric vehicle capital, but will residents cooperate? Sacramento is betting big on electric cars for lots of good reasons: to…



In the shadow of tyrants

As tensions escalate between an incoherent Trump White House and a confrontational Islamic Republic, an Iranian-American writer considers the revolutions that shaped his destiny Dawdling…


Essay: Make your mark

Young professionals are helping drive Sacramento’s renaissance By Megan Blackwell Sacramento is in the middle of a once-in-a-generation renaissance, and at the heart of it…


Editor’s note: Name calling

Controversial developer fights for family honor at Crocker Village park Nothing is ever easy with developer Paul Petrovich’s project in Curtis Park. So why should…