Yesterday was very exciting at the Museum of Jewish Heritage as we welcomed our friends from “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” While we weren’t privy to all of the details, we do know that the crew was especially moved going through our exhibition, and our second floor, with the addition of a computer or two, was transformed into an archive. These pictures illustrate the extreme makeover of our staff lounge. It is remarkable how those brilliant prop masters and set designers were able to make our 2003 lounge into a city agency office. I am particularly enamored of the cluttered desk and ancient files.
Our colleague Rachel reports that Jeff Goldblum was friendly and affable, saying hello to one and all. A student group visiting yesterday, undoubtedly familiar with his work in “Jurassic Park,” enjoyed seeing him on their field trip.
In addition to TV and film work, the various spaces of the Museum are available for private functions, such as Bar/Bat Mitzvah receptions, family reunions, and other important life cycle events. Consider having your next special event at the Museum.