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Rock and Roll: the Concessions

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The 340 ton boulder centerpiece for Michael Heizer's "Levitated Mass" installation still hasn't started its journey from its Riverside quarry to LACMA--most recently, the transport company found that the route would have to go through Diamond Bar because the rig was too heavy for a bridge in Pomona. The smarties in Diamond Bar are now getting LACMA to cough up 10 percent of the cost of repaving one street, a $75,000 security bond, and $10k for dealing with traffic signals, plus the guarantee that the rock will only come through after midnight. [San Gabriel Valley Tribune, image by Elizabeth Daniels]

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