UCLA is celebrating Ray Bradbury's 90th birthday with an web site devoted to him:
A half-century ago, a dystopia was born in the basement of Powell Library. There, in a study room with typewriters for rent, Ray Bradbury wrote his classic story of a book-burning future, "Fahrenheit 451." The acclaimed author of "The Martian Chronicles," "The Illustrated Man" and other mesmerizing tales has returned to campus many times since, most recently as a featured writer at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Ray celebrates his 90th birthday on August 22, 2010.
The website features several videos with interviews with Bradbury that are supposedly exclusives, as well as links to campus resources on Bradbury.