The Langley Punks in "It Came From Marlow Heights," 1976. (Courtesy of Travesty Films)

John Kelly remembers the Langley Punks screwball guerrilla filmmakers of the ‘70s (”Intestines from Space,” etc.) who would have been YouTube gods if not born too soon.

Sulaimon Brown explains his sunglasses-at-night look from Monday’s council meeting: He was “tired around the eyes.” Looked sketchy, writes Robert McCartney, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t telling the truth about mayoral corruption.

Sad obit of the day: RIP Leonard Stern, who eased so many long family car trips with the invention of Mad Libs.