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If you're looking for some culture in-between shopping this weekend, stop by the Getty Villa. An ancient terracotta sculpture of the head of the Greek god Hades is on display at the museum until January 21, when it will be "handed over to the Museo Archeologico in Aidone, Sicily, after it goes on a Getty-organized traveling exhibit," Brentwood Patch reports. "Antiquities experts determine the head's original location was in a sanctuary that was clandestinely excavated in 1970." The Getty acquired the sculpture in 1985. [Brentwood Patch]