Salvador Dali is having the last laugh. Critics gave the surrealist credit mostly for being a master of publicity. But his work continues to draw crowds, witness the current exhibit at the former Monterey History Museum at the foot of Fisherman’s Wharf with over 500 pieces, including etchings and paintings. FYI the artist sat out World War II on the Monterey Peninsula, hanging with the boho nabobs on the 17 Mile Drive, thus the title of the exhibit, “Dali 17”. Seniors $16.