I’ve been waiting for three years… another six weeks or so to go… It’s going to be great !
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[...] As mentioned before, I am really excited about the re-opening of the Griffith Park Observatory. See this earlier post. I’d noticed (on their site) the employment notice: The Observatory will complete its four year renovation and expansion project in the Fall of 2006, with improvements including the new 200 seat Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon theater, doubling of the exhibit space to house more than 60 new and exciting exhibits, and new sound, lighting, interior dome and digital laser projection technology in the refurbished Samuel Oschin Planetarium theater. Employment opportunities will continue to increase as we approach our reopening date. [...]
[...] Well, here’s a bit of news. For one reason or another, I have been invited to a preview, later this month, of the soon-to-be-reopened Griffith Observatory, and so will get to see it before it opens to the very general public. I will try my best to bring you a full report on the splendiforous contents… assuming they have not all been replaced by movie memorobilia, or some other desecration. (I’ll try very hard to not play the role of the obnoxious scientist, and so won’t yell “where the hell is the science!?” at awkward moments – I hope. I’ll try not to ask awkward questions at all. In fact I will just try to say very little in the way of contrarian remarks, since I’m an invited guest and should be polite. Actually, it’s best I don’t say anything at all.) I am an optimist, and so despite recent news remain excited. [...]