Good morning, readers. Today is Saturday, July 14, 2012. We'll start with a curious story that has stretched from Sherman Oaks to Woodland Hills.
Police have been looking for someone who has been shooting marbles and ball bearings into windows across the Valley. On Thursday, they arrested an unlikely suspect: A 58-year-old Encino investment broker who has an office in Beverly Hills. A BB gun and a slingshot were found in his home, but he has refused to talk about it. Daily News
In my three years of living adjacent to the Metro Red Line, there were always times I would have liked to jump on the train, if not for the midnight curfew. I specifically remember one instance where I ran to catch the last train in downtown L.A., having left early from the monthly art walk. Metro seems to have caught on to everyone's complaints and will soon be offering service until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. But that means you still can't go to late shows, films, plays or events on weeknights using the rail system. The Source