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Love Lucy? Love Comedy? Here’s Two Museums for You

Lucille Ball grew up in Jamestown, New York and to this day, they couldn’t be any more proud of that feisty redhead. It is here that you can view numerous murals painted in her honor, visit Lucy’s childhood home, take snaps of two bronze sculptures at the Lucille Ball Memorial Park, take in a show at the Lucille Ball Little Theatre and even visit her gravesite at Lake View Cemetery. But the place you can’t miss when in town is the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum. Read More >>>

Seattle’s Colorful and New WNDR Museum Proves ‘We Are All Artists’

Seattle’s waterfront has always been beautiful, but now it shines all the more with a brand new, high-tech, art museum. WNDR (pronounced “wonder”) celebrates art and creativity in a completely different way by allowing patrons to not only view the art but by becoming part of it as well. With its black walls and bright electrical colors, it is not unlike walking through a giant Lite-Brite toy. Read More >>>

Smithsonian’s ‘Entertainment Nation’ is a Fan’s Dream

The Smithsonian Institute began as far back as 1846. In the early years, it was known as the United States National Museum, but the name never quite captured the enormity of the project. Today, the institute is home to 19 museums, 21 libraries, nine research centers and one zoo. There is literally something for everyone to see on its campuses. However, pop culture enthusiasts might be partial to the new exhibit known as Entertainment Nation. Read More >>>

The Magic of LAIKA is Coming to Seattle

Hidden Worlds: The Films of LAIKA will allow guest to get up close and personal to the “hidden worlds” of LAIKA — both the magical settings the characters inhabit and the behind-the-scenes wonders of producing these modern classics. Opening on March 17 at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture, this is the largest exhibition that the studio has ever mounted. It will span more than 7,500 square feet of exhibition space with immersive displays, film artifacts, and interactive spotlighting all five films and maybe a sneak peek at their upcoming works. Read More >>>


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