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Minnesota artist to unveil restored 'H' from original Hollywood sign

Minneapolis sculptor Bill Mack will unveil Thursday his restoration of the "H" from the original Hollywood sign from California. Mack, who bought the remains of the original sign in 2006, has been working on the restoration of the "H" for the last four years. The piece will be displayed in Bloomington before it tours the rest of the world.
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Minneapolis sculptor Bill Mack will unveil Thursday his restoration of the "H" from the original Hollywood sign from California. Mack, who bought the remains of the original sign in 2006, has been working on the restoration of the "H" for the last four years. The piece will be displayed in Bloomington before it tours the rest of the world.

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