Comstock's magazine 0519 - May 2019 - Page 7

CONTENTS n FEATURES 30 44 TRANSPORTATION 30 Rail Warriors As more workers commute by train, Amtrak has plans to get them there quicker — including tracks across the San Francisco Bay that would ease travel for commuters between Roseville and the city. by Allen Pierleoni ON THE COVER: PHOTO: TERENCE DUFFY RAIL WARRIORS | ART OF THE LAND | GETTING CREATIVE BUSINESS INSIGHT FOR THE CAPITAL REGION MAY ‘19 VOL. 31 | NO. 5 OUTSIDER ART 36 Outside's In Defining “outsider art” isn’t easy — the term encompasses work by self-taught artists and the artwork of the developmentally disabled — but its popularity is soaring. In Sacramento, Short Center North’s art program for adults with disabilities is one example. art IN VIEW From the Camp Fire to light-rail stations, art is everywhere by Jessica Laskey 62 ARCHITECTURE 44 Art of the Land Art in public landscaping is becoming more common. Check out notable spaces in our region that celebrate beauty through landscape architecture and artistic design. by Laurie Lauletta-Boshart PUBLIC FUNDING 56 Getting Creative Sacramento’s Creative Edge plan, a sprawling mix of goals, grants, budgets, audits, external benchmarking and community outreach approved by the city council last year, aims to make the city more desirable and spur the economy. by Jeff Wilser PHOTO ESSAY After the Fire Painter Shane Grammer and photojournalist Terence Duffy teamed up to create and document a series of 14 murals on the ruins of the Camp Fire in Paradise. by Sena Christian Correction: The April Letter From the Publisher incorrectly stated the final destination for a proposed rebuilt Dumbarton train bridge. The final stop would be Redwood City. May 2019 | 7