Head to the Palms District of Los Angeles (9341 Venice Blvd., Culver City, to be exact) and find this fun and bizarre collection of relics, sculptures and other-worldly displays. With no clearly discernible museum ethos, nor any particular epoch or art form to focus on, the Museum of Jurassic Technology proves to be a wonderfully refreshing look into the odd, the interesting, the oft-passed-over aspects of history and artistic world.
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July 27, 2012
Beyond reality TV stars, paparazzi and movie studio backlots, the best sightings in Los Angeles are gorgeous views from hilltop hikes or rooftop bars. Though L.A. is best known as the center of the entertainment industry — home to skinny palm trees and even skinnier celebrities — it’s also a city full of art, performance, global cuisine and history, with a vivid past that can still be seen all over town.
April 16, 2012
Without a doubt, there’s plenty to do and see in Los Angeles. From Hollywood Boulevard to the eclectic street scene down at Venice Beach, there’s always something going on in Los Angeles. But perhaps one of the best ways to know a city is through its collective culture. That’s why visiting museums is always high on the list of things to do when visiting a city, and the same holds true here in Los Angeles.