July 22, 2017
Audio Features
Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
Episode
Disregard those rumors you may have heard. Riverside’s Metropolitan Museum is not about to close.

That is the word from museum director Ennette Morton when she visits Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky to discuss the downtown facility in the heart of Riverside’s “Culture Corridor.”

Morton also talks about plans and exhibits for the museum, focusing attention on such subjects as “Reading the Walls,” the story of Riverside’s Hirada family.

Other projects include a national history display and a nature lab that will give children a hands on introduction to small animals.

Morton also speaks of the Heritage House where visitors can visit an 18th century home.
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