Ken Burns’ series on Prohibition has brought a reexamination of the era. John McCormick of the Chicago Tribune looks at the tawdry end of the Trib’s Alfred “Jake” Lingle, who was shot to death in 1930, revealing a secret life.
Here are three words I never thought I would see together: “Wayne Newton Museum.” Never mind the theater, zoo and exhibits of celebrity tchotchkes. It’s going to have a theme carwash that is being expanded to accommodate tour buses. AP via Washington Post.