A rainy weekend in LA sends residents running for cover. I'm usually no exception, but while I cleaned my office on Sunday morning, I couldn't help but wonder, what would one of the busiest landmarks in LA look like on a rare, rainy Sunday morning. 10 minutes later I was out the door and headed for Griffith park. The parking lot was empty, the hiking trail was empty, Griffith Observatory was empty. Not only did I get in a nice little workout, but experienced a part of LA in a way that few rarely do.
"How do you squeeze 65 million years of mammalian history into an eye-popping, mind-bending, crowd-pleasing exhibition?
Not easily, even if you have a stellar collection of prehistoric specimens and a talented team of curators, scientists and designers who like to tell big stories with the help of interactive technology. Or if the showcase is part of a $107-million architectural restoration project...."
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