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Eye on L.A. for July 17, 2010

Sat., July 17, 2010, 6:30 p.m.
July 17, 2010 12:00:00 AM PDT
This week on Eye on L.A.: This week on Eye on L.A.: Mummies of the World, Hollywood Rockwalk anniversary, Surf City USA and the Annenberg Community Beach House.Mummies Of The World Exhibition
The Mummies of the World Exhibition makes its world debut at the California Science Center. The exhibition is the largest collection of mummies ever assembled featuring never-before-seen human and animal mummies and related artifacts from South America, Europe, Asia and Egypt. The premiere even brought out celebrities including Alex Trebek, Melora Hardin and Virginia Madsen.

For exhibition hours and schedules, visit: www.mummiesoftheworld.com

See the exhibit in L.A. at:
The California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90037
(323) SCIENCE, (323) 724-3623
California Science Center

Hollywood Rockwalk anniversary
It's like the Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Sunset Boulevard: The Hollywood RockWalk honors hundreds of music legends, immortalizing them with their handprints and showcasing their personal memorabilia. This year, the Rockwalk celebrates its 25th Anniversary.

The RockWalk is located at:
The Guitar Center
7425 Sunset Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90046
(323) 874-1060
http://www.rockwalk.com

Huntington Beach, Surf City U.S.A.
Eye on L.A. visited several businesses in Huntington Beach, including the first and oldest standing business, Dwight's, Dig It Sandcastles, and we also stopped by the International Surfing Museum on our way to Old World Village.

For more information, visit: http://www.ci.huntington-beach.ca.us/

Dig It Sandcastles: http://www.digitsandcastles.blogspot.com

Old World Village
7561 Center Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(714) 373-4498

Dwight's
201 Pacific Coast Hwy
Hunting Beach, CA 92648
(714) 536-8083

Sushi etiquette
ABC7's Alysha Del Valle visits RA Sushi in Huntington Beach for a quick lesson on sushi etiquette.

For RA Sushi locations, visit: http://www.rasushi.com

Annenberg Community Beach House
The Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica was once the home of actress Marion Davies. William Randolph Hearst built the 110-room mansion for her in the 1930s. Today the property is open to the public to enjoy the restored original swimming pool surrounded by state-of-the-art facilities including a café, locker room, meeting rooms, volleyball courts and children's play areas.

Admission: Adults $10, children $4, senior citizens $5 and a family of four is $24. Parking is $10.

Annenberg Community Beach House
415 Pacific Coast Highway
Santa Monica, CA 90402
(310) 458-4904
http://beachhouse.smgov.net/beachstories/


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