Fans looking for a way to remember Michael Jackson are much in the news at the moment; people are visiting, with flowers and teddy bears in hand, both Westwood and the artist's boyhood home in Indiana, as well as other locations that had significance in the singer's life.
For people looking to remember the legend, learn more about him or simply reflect, the GRAMMY Museum is extending a show spotlighting Michael Jackson's stand-out clothing. The exhibit, which originally opened in February and just closed in mid-June, features seven of the singer's bejeweled jackets, and two of his famous gloves. The items include clothing from the Victory Tour (1984).
Of special note: the Grammy Museum will be displaying the outfit Mr. Jackson wore on the cover of "Thriller." There will also be clips of various Michael Jackson Grammy performances playing at the exhibit.