Reading the newspaper, Los Angeles Times, is my first schedule of the day after I wake up in the morning while drinking my coffee or eating my cereals. We have a subscription of the newspaper and it is being delivered not later than 7:00 AM every day infront of the house which is cheaper than buying the newspaper on a daily basis. At the news stands, the newspaper costs 50 cents (Sunday Edition costs more) and it has 116 pages in it with good stories, balanced news, nice pictures, and a separate section for advertisements.
For today’s edition, two stories caught my attention and I am sharing these with you. The first one is about the “San Diego Highwayman” and the second one is the “1908 London Olympic Marathon Controversy”.
Enjoy reading and have a good day!