Photo: “Heather,” done in a wet-plate process. Credit: Robert Christian Malmberg
We will be drinking nothing but clear liquids at the Daily Mirror HQ today in memory of Dr. William Wolff, who helped develop the colonoscopy. Yes, they’re annoying, but they could save your life. New York Times.
L.A. Times columnist Hector Tobar visits Libros Schmibros — both of them.
A Washington, D.C., grand jury has indicted Susan J. Burns in attacks on paintings at the National Gallery of Art. Keith L. Alexander in the Washington Post.
Andy Wright and Reyhan Harmanci of the Bay Citizen write about a revival of wet-plate collodion photography, a technique that dates to the 1850s.
The L.A. Daily Mirror and L.A. Crime Beat, carefully assembled from Twitter feeds by the tireless bots at paper.li, who couldn’t care less that the weekend is coming up. TMZ SEO bait: Mena Suvari and Dania Ramirez are “pathetic,” sez Lindsay Lohan.