A Cathedral of Curiosities in LA.

What can I say about the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Nothing actually. I can’t say anything because frankly I wouldn’t even know where to begin to describe this eclectic, weird and wonderful cathedral of curiosities that graces and otherwise bland strip of Venice Blvd in Culver City.

What I can say is that this museum is a place like no other, and regardless of what you expect to find, you will be pleasantly surprised. Expect to spend a decent amount of time wandering the halls and discovering the exhibits, and definitely keep your exploring pants on as you head to the roof where a very refined surprise awaits you …

The less you know the better in this rare case. Just go my friends and be bold.

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Very Old NYC

Found a quirky cool little blog if you are a NYC lifer like me … it’s lovingly called “Stuff Nobody Cares About” and there are some gems. For instance:

NYC’s first female cop. 1908 people.

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Or perhaps the first “Hop On Hop Off” sightseeing bus … in 1906:

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Or Macy’s before Macy’s … Herald Sq. in 1895:

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