A Woodedge Circle homeowner called police on the morning of July 20 after finding his 2012 Ford Escape with four flat tires and egg yolk all over it. Leland Winslow said that he had received text messages and voicemails from an unnamed person, who also drove in front of the house in a silver van the night before. Police interviewed the man, who claimed to know nothing about the incident but agreed to stay away from Mr. Winslow’s property and stop contacting him.
If you are looking for some deep thoughts after your beach time, the Watermill Center’s lecture series may have something to offer.
Tonight at 7:30 it continues with “A Parallel Universe: Alternatives to Conventional Performance Spaces.” In a multimedia presentation, Victoria Newhouse will discuss unconventional spaces being used for operas and concerts and how they compare to more traditional venues.