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Photo-Op of the Day: Mayor Villaraigosa Reads to Kids

Photo by Sarah Hamilton via yfrog
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"Once upon a time there was a little boy named Tony who dreamed of being famous for running a biiiiiiig city..."

To celebrate the re-opening of all 73 Los Angeles Public Library locations for Monday hours today, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa made some time to read a story to some kids following a press conference at Central Library. Villaraigosa's Sr. Press Secretary, Sarah Hamilton, whose imminent departure made headlines today, posted this photo to her Twitter.

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