Sharpen your knife skills, visit a tiger puppet, and catch a glimpse (or 1,000) of your favorite superheroes this week.
Egyptians have their pyramids and now Angelenos have their rock. After more than 40 years, artist Michael Heizer’s lifelong dream is finally realized. Hundreds of Los Angeles residents and visitors gathered at the Los Angeles […]
The “Levitated Mass” exhibit featuring a 340-ton granite boulder drew throngs of people to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) when it opened to the public Sunday.
The “Levitated Mass” exhibit featuring a 340-ton granite boulder is expected to open to the public this Sunday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Anticipation is growing for the “Levitated Mass” exhibit that trekked slowly from Riverside to Los Angeles.
A 340-ton boulder rolled into the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Saturday completing an 11-night, 105-mile journey.
Crowds of people are lining along the streets of L.A. to catch a glimpse of the 340-ton boulder headed to its final destination at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
LA’s Transportation Department announced Monday a series of street closures that will begin Wednesday night to make way for the convoy moving a 340-ton boulder to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.
At 340 tons, it’s one of the largest boulders to be moved since ancient times.