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A new exhibition at the Los Angeles Central Library called “21 Collections: Every Object Has a Story” showcases unusual collections by artists, ordinary people, and one celebrity --…

New exhibit and podcast asks what’s worthy of collecting

A new exhibition at the Los Angeles Central Library called “21 Collections: Every Object Has a Story” showcases unusual collections by artists, ordinary people, and one celebrity --…

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