The Museum of Neon Art is thinking seriously about moving from Downtown — and Los Angeles — to the city of Glendale. "MONA needs a permanent location to display these historic gems,” director Kim Koga told the News-Press. There's a post at Blogdowntown as well. The museum is currently in a small space on 4th Street connected to the old Farmers and Merchants Bank.
MONA looking to Glendale
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