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This place has so much history on Richmond and the local area that it will really blow your socks off.
Love their temporary and permanent shows
It's hard to believe just how enormous this place is. I've gone there twice and still haven't seen it all. And the exhibits are very well-curated...you'll learn more about California than you could have imagined. Also, they have free admission on the first Sunday of every month.
Been going there since being a kid, when it opened!
We love the no-longer-new deYoung and have been members since it reopened. A terrific way to spend an hour or a day.
For anyone who enjoys automotive history, or the art of design and beauty, Bkackhawk will not disappoint. Showing some of the most breathtaking examples of pre-war elegance, technological advancements, and legendary racing, this museum has taken the exhibition of automobiles to another level. Each car stand on it's own against an empty black background, and expertly lit to accentuate it's unique shape and design. This Museum truly blurs the line between engineering design, and fine art. This is a must see for any, but for some, it will really be a life changing event.
easy to get to
I just rediscovered the Oakland Museum after going to Off The Grid. It was such a great time walking through my childhood memories of visiting OM that I became a member to have future memories there!
Thanks for sharing it, i am very fond of the wildlife and would to visit this museum.
Chabot is clean, modern and well run with pleasant and efficient staff. Their theater is a 360 degree overhead projection, the only one I know of.
They have a variety of events, ranging from parties for adults, with DJs, drinks, and stargazing, to regular showings of their movie selections. Not to mention the exhibits are hands on, and compare with the exploratorium. It is truly a treasure of the East Bay and people should know about it.
Awsome photos of the Beats in San Francisco in 1971. Amazing!
WOW! THE Beats are alive and well in photos and History
The title of the lecture will be "We Are What We Say." There is no book with this title. The event is sponsored by UC Berkeley's Townsend Center for the Humanities. The contact number is (510) 643-9670
Still Available in Print form but NOT on the walls "2 Days with Allen Ginsberg" in 8x10 and 11x14 Silver Prints
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