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LOST Exhibit at the Vilcek Foundation

Come explore an oft-overlooked side of this internationally-celebrated program - the diverse backgrounds of its cast and crew. The Vilcek Foundation will exhibit the images and biographies of immigrant and first-generation contributors to the riveting television show, from both on-screen and off. Featured individuals include Executive Producer Carlton Cuse, writer Melinda Hsu Taylor, actor Jorge Garcia ("Hurley"), and cinematographer John Bartley.
This unique exhibition features iconic original props from the show.

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Oh, and it's FREE!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    @Mike, it should of been 2 or 3 hours. 90 minutes was just not enough time to take it all in. But it was still fun, and amazing to look at. :)

    June 6, 2010

  • Line

    @ Adam: They pushed it in there. In the same room as the van there is a big double door that opens to the street.

    June 5, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    I've been thinking about this and I have no idea how they got that van in there. This is the latest of the mysteries of LOST that we'll probably never know the answer to.

    June 5, 2010

  • Line

    I liked the exibit, wish they had more on display but I was amazed of how many of the things I knew where was from and I loved the little book about some of the people working on the show.

    June 5, 2010

  • Mike J.

    @Brian - Lasted longer? 90 minutes wasn't enough for the exhibit?

    June 5, 2010

  • Mike J.

    Very cool props and pictures - well worth going to the ... ugh ... UES.

    June 5, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was fun, and I got to see some great stuff. But the meetup should of lasted longer!

    June 5, 2010

  • Tom

    Michael R: That's only because you're banned everywhere else!

    June 5, 2010

  • Michael Kim Jamal R.

    I won't eat anywhere East of 9th Avenue!

    June 5, 2010

  • Mike J.

    They don't allow low-brow in the Upper East Side but if you don't mind college kids maybe try America's Burgers & Wraps ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/americas-burgers-and-wraps-new-york )

    June 5, 2010

  • Tom

    Thanks, Mike. But where can a low brow like me go for a burger?:)

    June 5, 2010

  • Mike J.

    For Pizza go to Giorgio's Brick Oven & Wine Bar ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/giorgios-brick-oven-and-wine-bar-new-york ). For Mediterranean go to Uskudar Turkish Restaurant ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/uskudar-turkish-restaurant-new-york ). For Chinese go to Hunan Delight ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/hunan-delight-new-york ). For Italian go to Caffe Buon Gusto ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/caffe-buon-gusto-new-york-2 ). For Burmese go to Cafe Mingala ( http://www.yelp.com/biz/cafe-mingala-new-york ).

    June 4, 2010

  • Tom

    Mike J: Probably! :) Can you suggest any places we can go to chow down afterwards?

    June 4, 2010

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