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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 07:50

The California Museum

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Over 60 years of skate history is on display in Sacramento, CA.

Posted: July 26, 2011

The California Museum, just a block from the State Capitol in Sacramento, is hosting one of the most extensive collections of boards ever assembled (along with some epic Thrasher covers, a Stecyk wall, and photos from our 30th Anniversary Photo Show). "Riding Concrete: Skateboarding in California," curated by Nathan Pratt, runs through March 2012. Check back for more coverage of the show here and in the mag over the coming weeks. The museum's also home to The California Hall of Fame—they want to know if it's time for a skater to make the list. Vote!

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