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In Defense of The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles

In Defense of The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles

The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, LA, is strange little place. I could try to describe it room by room, with accurate nouns and such, but a literal retelling of my trip won’t do it justice. Plus, I don’t want to spoil it for you, in case you ever end up going. It’s like The Sixth Sense – better if you don’t know the twists, although still worth your time if you do. So. Imagine a wealthy gentleman from an alternate dimension has…

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Museum of Man’s Cannibals: Myth & Reality Special Exhibit

Museum of Man’s Cannibals: Myth & Reality Special Exhibit

I love museums. Love ’em. I love how involving and interactive they can be, how they can bring people together, how intuitive and enjoyable they are compared to typical educational experiences. This means that when I hit up a new city, I’m always checking sites like Atlas Obscura for quirky museums I might have otherwise missed. I also follow quite a few offbeat blogs that keep me updated about oddities, which is how I learned about the Museum of Man’s new exhibit on Cannibalism. An…

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The Studio Ghibli Museum

The Studio Ghibli Museum

A quick note: this is from the blog I kept when I was in Asia during 2014 and 2015. You can read old posts here. Although anime and manga still aren’t quite “mainstream” in the US, if you haven’t heard of Studio Ghibli, you must have been living under a rock. You’re also probably new to this blog, because I’ve posted about Ghibli films twice: here, in a general post, and here, in a post about  the studio’s Academy Award-Winning Spirited Away. Anyway,…

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