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Michael Livingston

Michael Livingston joined the Los Angeles Times in 2017 as a Metpro reporter. He previously worked as a crime reporter at the Herald in Rock Hill, S.C. and the Danville Register & Bee in Virginia. While at the Register & Bee, he won multiple Virginia Press Assn. awards for crime and breaking news reporting. He graduated from Virginia Union University in Richmond.
Arts and culture commission ready to implement next phase of public artwork project

This month, Glendale City Council approved the next phase for the Urban Art Program, a plan to reflect the city’s culture and diversity through public artwork. The program encourages artists, developers, designers, city officials and business owners to engage in the cultural development.

Burbank Public Library offering digital copies of first ‘Harry Potter’ novel to recognize the book’s 20th anniversary

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of author J.K. Rowling’s novel, ‘Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone,’ unlimited downloads of the e-book will be available through the Libby app.

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