The California Museum in Sacramento is opening an exhibit to honor actors Jane Fonda and Jack Nicholson and other 2008 inductees into the California Hall of Fame. At a ceremony Monday, musicians Dave Brubeck and Quincy Jones, fitness guru Jack LaLanne, sculptor Robert Graham and chef Alice Waters were also inducted. Inducted posthumously were “Dr. Seuss” author Theodor Geisel, photographer Dorothea Lange, architect Julia Morgan, scientist Linus Pauling and former Gov. Leland Stanford. The exhibit opens Tuesday and features memorabilia from this year’s inductees, including Nicholson’s Joker costume from the 1989 movie, “Batman.” First lady Maria Shriver started the program in 2006 to honor people who have helped shape the state.