‘Television: Out of the Box’ ... with cupcakes

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For TV history buffs, Warner Bros. is sponsoring a new exhibit at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills titled ‘Television: Out of the Box.’ The exhibit celebrates nearly 60 years of Warner Bros. television, representing series including “ER,” “Seinfeld,’ ‘The Sopranos’ and “Two and a Half Men,” and classics like “The Flintstones,” “Dallas” and “77 Sunset Strip.” Susan King did a great write-up on the exhibit, which is now open to the public, but officially launches Thursday night.

And for those TV history buffs with a sweet tooth ... WBTV and the Paley Center have partnered with Crumbs Bake Shop on a ‘Television: Out of the Box’ cupcake. The red velvet cupcakes are available starting Thursday at Crumbs’ Beverly Hills and Larchmont locations.


Crumbs customers get 20% off Paley Center admission if they present their Crumbs receipt (same day only), and “Television: Out of the Box” visitors can buy one, get one free if they present their museum tickets.

The Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills.


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