Workers have been busy fixing broken sidewalk stars and cracked terrazzo on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of the Kodak Theatre, where the glitzy Oscar ceremony will be held Feb. 25.
"We wanted it to look good for the Academy Awards," said Hollywood honorary mayor Johnny Grant, who leads the Hollywood Historic Trust that operates the Walk of Fame.
Hollywood officials believe the buckling was caused by a Metro subway line, which has a station beneath the Hollywood & Highland center that houses the theater. Transportation officials say it's the sun, suggesting damaging "thermo-expansion" occurs when sunlight heats the black terrazzo.
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