LACMA does another free thing

Tyler Green's blog-jabs about the high cost of L.A. art seem to have gotten the goat of the folks at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Last week, you remember, they harrumphed and disclosed that anyone under 18 can get into the Magritte show for free just by asking. Now the museum has let it be known that on February 8 from 8 to 10 pm, students with college ID will be admitted free to the Treachery of Images show. Parking will even be free across the street at the lot on Wilshire and Spaulding.

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