Lupie Leyva

Senior Librarian, Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library

Senior Librarian, Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library

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On Monday, the Los Angeles Public Library will begin limited in-person services at the Central Library and 37 branches across the city.

Some LA libraries will soon reopen with medical-grade public computers, Plexiglass barriers, and more

On Monday, the Los Angeles Public Library will begin limited in-person services at the Central Library and 37 branches across the city.

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