CSI, in its day, was the most watched TV show in the world, with an audience of 84 million during its heyday (about 2007.) Grissom and company solved crimes right here in River City, AKA Las Vegas. There was even an interactive CSI exhibit at the Westgate before the casino transformed the space into a nightclub.
This Sunday the Las Vegas Natural History Museum becomes CSI Central with a FREE program: the CSI Mini-Camp. Attendees will learn about bone identification and fingerprinting, two essential skills for Las Vegas living.
The mini-camp starts at 11 am and ends at 2 p.m.
If you are really serious about all things CSI, pay $10 to attend a panel of experts talking about “Demystifying the Forensic Sciences.” This panel, which starts at 3:30 Sunday, includes:
- John Gerns, Air Force Office of Special Investigations (retired)
- Lisa Gavin, the real Las Vegas Medical Examiner
- Ken Williams, New Jersey Special Police Office of Forensic Science
- Dr. Jose R. Almirall, Director of Master of Science in Forensic Science Program at the International Forensic Research Institute in Miami
The Museum, which is just five miles from the Las Vegas Strip north on Las Vegas Boulevard, is a Smithsonian affiliate. Who says there’s no culture and learning in Las Vegas?
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