34 results for "Stuart Leavenworth, Editorial page editor"
The Sacramento Valley is known for its agricultural innovation. Think sushi rice, Blue Diamond almonds, farmed sturgeon and other products. But can the region also make its mark by exporting innovative ideas about feeding the poor? The Sacrament...
One measure of a healthy society is its capacity to embrace change. History is replete with struggles between enforcers of the status quo and those rebelling against it. The forces of stasis are powerful, and sometimes their caution has merit. B...
To be a capital for local food, Sacramento must go back to the future bringing back lost canneries, slaughterhouses and basic cooking skills. What are 'gaps' to eating local?
One of the reasons I'm grateful to live and work in midtown is the serendipity. On Thursday evening, I was working in my office at 21st and Q. Suddenly I heard the sounds of a brass band belting out New Orleans music. "Am I hearing thin...
Stuart Leavenworth: Fifty years later, supporters of 'Gideon' ruling lose their champion, Anthony LewisSaturday, March 30, 2013 at 12:00 AM
Fifty years ago this month, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a monumental decision, ruling that state courts were required to provide legal counsel in criminal cases for defendants who could not afford to pay for their own lawyers.
"Tunnel muck" -- a byproduct of boring tunnels through the Delta to more easily ship water south -- is just part of the big footprint of the proposed Bay Delta Conservation Plan.
Mayor Kevin Johnson laid out three priorities in his State of the City speech Thursday greening the city, improving K-12 education and securing an ownership and arena deal for the Sacramento Kings.
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