The Los Angeles City Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to support building Star Wars creator George Lucas’ futuristic-looking Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Exposition Park, The Mercury News reports. The Bay Area is also interested in the museum and San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors have already thrown their support behind building the five-story museum on Treasure Island.
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