This Week in the Pacific Sun

This week in the Pacific Sun we’ve got a package of stories that contemplate the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court—and the future of the #Metoo movement. Maia Boswell-Penc offers a poignant first-person account of her traumatic experiences with drunk frat boys; Nikki Silverstein reports on the lack of rape kits for victims in Marin County; Marc Levine talks about a couple of #Metoo-influenced bills just signed into law; and Stephanie Hiller throws down on Kavanaugh’s fealty to executive privilege. We’re super-pleased to have a cover illustration from 2018 Herblock Editorial Cartoon winner Ward Sutton to tie it all together. Elsewhere in our pages this week, look out for a report on the latest Parachute Days concert in Point Reyes Station, and a report on the controversial subject of . . . anchovies. All that and a whole lot more, courtesy of the Oldest Alternative Weekly in the United States of America! —Tom Gogola, News and Features Editor (and Lover of Anchovies).

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