Newswire: The Lucas Museum is now considering cities other than Chicago

Earlier this month, a Chicago organization called Friends Of The Parks managed to halt construction on George Lucas’ Museum Of Narrative Art, demanding (via lawsuit) that the city and the people behind the museum find a location that isn’t on Chicago’s lakefront. The organization is citing a 100-year-old rule that forbids construction on the lake, even if/especially if said construction is an enormous tent thing with a flying saucer on top. One of the reasons the Lucas Museum chose Chicago in the first place, though, was because San Francisco—it’s original choice—wouldn’t give it the location it wanted, so a report at the time suggested that this dispute could end up costing Chicago the museum altogether.

Now, that seems to be a very real possibility. According to the Chicago Tribune, an attorney working for the city says that the Lucas Museum people are considering …

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