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All Americans

All Americans

On Feb. 22, just over 1,000 immigrants from 81 different countries gathered at Memorial Auditorium to take the oath of allegiance to become our country's newest citizens. It was, ironically, the same day that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency removed the description of the U.S. as "a nation of immigrants" from its mission statement. We spoke with 15 of the proud new Americans who were sworn in about this milestone moment in their lives and what it meant to them. "I was born today—reborn, actually," said Tunisian native Gaith Ben Younes after the ceremony. "It's something I've been dreaming of for a long time."

April-May 2018
The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

The Curious Case of William T. Vollmann

April-May 2018
The Scene Setter

The Scene Setter

February-March 2018
The New B Hive

The New B Hive

February-March 2018
Modern Classics

Modern Classics

December-January 2018
A Slice of Life

A Slice of Life

December-January 2018
Just Add Water

Just Add Water

December-January 2018
Homecoming Queen

Homecoming Queen

December-January 2018
The Ultimate Guide to Apple Hill

The Ultimate Guide to Apple Hill

For many Sacramentans, A is for Apple Hill, especially in the fall. Want to know where to go for the best homemade pies or the freshest cider doughnuts? We’ve got your apples-to-apples guide to the beloved region. Scroll down—your fruit-full adventure awaits

October-November 2017
Center of Attention

Center of Attention

After the Sacramento Kings traded their franchise player in February, all eyes turned to Willie Cauley-Stein, the new starting center and a critical component of the team’s plan to build a dynasty from the ground up. But with only two years of NBA experience under his belt, does this agile 7-footer have the right stuff to lead the Kings to the next level? If you ask him, it’s definitely within his prodigious reach.

October-November 2017
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