In this week's City Paper: Meet the new Schools CEO, RNC and DNC protests, and more

City kids are still out on summer break, but the upcoming school year is already being planned at North Avenue. And for the fifth time in the last 10 years, the city's school system will have a new leader at the helm. Our reporter Lisa Snowden-McCray sat down with new CEO Sonja Santelises about her approach to running the beleaguered system. Here's her profile. In addition to that, we've got more pieces from the conventions, a story on the new Fluid Movement water ballet, and the best way to spend your jury duty money. Here's a rundown of everything in the issue:

-Sonja Santelises says she is up to the task of running the city's troubled school system

-Troll the Police: The sound and the fury and the spectacle of RNC and DNC protests

-Even after the remaining charges were dropped in Freddie Gray's death, Mosby received a hero's welcome in Sandtown while the FOP countered SAO's arguments

-The Democratic National Convention: Hillary Clinton opts for feminism-lite in her historic speech

-The Best Way to Blow Your Jury Duty Dough: Give Pho Viet your 15 bucks

-Fluid Movement hits the pool with 'Science Fair: The Water Ballet'

-'Star Trek Beyond' from 'Fast & Furious' director leapfrogs a low bar

-Baltimore City Power Rankings: Maryland Democrats, SRB, Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office, and more

-Murder Ink: 8 murders this week; 174 murders this year

-Field Tripping: Detroiting

-Savage Love: Pokémon No

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