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California Science Center to Feature 2018 King Tut Exhibit

When first uncovered in 1922 by British archeologist Howard Carter, the tomb of King Tutankhamun launched a wave of interest from academic curiosity to paranormal fascination. Packed with gold artifacts dated about 3300 years old, the boy-king's tomb revealed much about the culture and burial practices of the New Kingdom. For others, lurid tales of the Pharaoh's curse led to mummies becoming a common trope in horror-themed comics and cinema.

California Science Center Plans King Tut Exhibit for 2018

2018 plans to be a big year for the California Science Center, as a new exhibit has museum employees hoping to bring in a boom of knowledge and profit.

California Set To Legalize Cannabis 1st January Onwards

Cannabis

In the past, getting access to marijuana mainly involved illegal drug dealers and growing it on the down low in your home. Possession and consumption of the drug involved a hefty fine and a long sentence that would usually be given depending on the quantity of marijuana in possession.

Robolights in Palm Springs

Robolights

In a quiet residential neighborhood near downtown Palm Springs, a quirky and unusual art installation comes to life during the holiday season. Known as “Robolights,” the exhibit has alternately fascinated and irritated the public over the past three decades. As the name implies, Robolights is a combination of holiday lights and various forms of robotics: moveable displays of strange and bizarre objects, ranging from plastic aliens to broken microwaves to dragon ships.

"Free" Government Program to Help Fire-Ravaged Victims May Cost Money

Fire-Ravaged Victims

The Army Corps of Engineers is expecting to clear the debris from nearly 5,000 Sonoma County homes affected by the North Bay wildfires.

Warriors Outlast Lakers In Overtime

Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers Wednesday night in a 127-123 overtime victory.

Superstar point guard Stephon Curry put in a subpar performance for most of the night but scored 11 points in the extra 5-minute period to end the game with 26 total points.

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