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Public access: Don’t fence me out

Here’s the latest from my series on public access to levee parkways in Sacramento. This installment explains why police are tired of “trespassing” calls to the parkway, and won’t issue citations: http://issuu.com/insidepublications/docs/inside_pocket_oct_2015/11?e=9541663/30312725

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Stern, NBA must explain silence

By R.E. Graswich Consider the nightmare: You devote your career to building an organization that celebrates diversity and honors the human mosaic. Meanwhile, one of your bosses is a racist. Do you ignore it? Do you take action? Do you

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Third arena debate set 2.11.14

PRESS RELEASE The third town hall-style Sacramento arena debate between R.E. Graswich and John Hyde will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 7 – 8 p.m., at Belle Cooledge library. Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness will moderate the event, sponsored

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Arena arguments laid bare

By R.E. Graswich As we near the 7 p.m. start time for Thursday’s arena Town Hall forum and debate at the North Natomas Library, moderated by former City Councilmember Lauren Hammond, a couple of trends have emerged. John Hyde and I get along

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5 readers to win free ‘Vagrant Kings’

Five lucky readers will win free copies of the new paperback “Vagrant Kings” in time for Christmas. Log into Goodreads site below. Contest ends December 13, 2013. Good luck! https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/71638-vagrant-kings

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Win it and they will build

There’s really no connection between building a new arena and whether the Kings can beat the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers. But it would have been nice to start the season with a 3-0 record, especially for Vivek

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Raise the roof for Stern

Let’s save the longest ovation tomorrow night for David Stern. Nobody has earned it like the NBA commissioner. There’s no better way to put it: Sacramento would be a distant memory for the Kings if not for Stern. He didn’t

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