On the latest DnA, the Petersen Automotive Museum is changing gear with an exciting redesign by Eugene Kohn. But critics say it is funding the effort through the sale of some priceless cars. With Leon Kaplan, Gene Kohn, Terry Karges, Jerry Hirsch, David Undercoffler. Santa Monica’s anti-nuclear Chain Reaction needs funds to avoid a meltdown. Lisa Napoli reports on the secret benefactor who made the sculpture possible.
Petersen Museum Sells Classic Cars
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Can Chain Reaction be Saved?
A twenty-six foot tall sculpture of a mushroom cloud sits in front of Santa Monica Civic Center. It was created by the late LA Times cartoonist Paul Conrad. It is called...