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Good morning. Its Monday, Oct. 25.

Here are the week’s top stories.

A Touch of Sweet: High school junior bakes cookies for a good cause

Middle College junior Amanda Yun spent her summer break this year in an unconventional way: creating her own online bakery. A Touch of Sweet Bakery specializes in baked goods ranging from matcha shortbreads to toffee and walnut chocolate chip cookies.

Tune into the past: How a 17-year-old has amassed a collection of over 38 antique radios

Read about Chris Chapman, a Los Altos High School senior who’s amassed a collection of over 38 antiques radios that he loves and restores.

Compassion Week builds empathy through community service

Compassion Week, an annual event put on by the eponymous nonprofit, encourages local residents to volunteer in their communities with 150 service projects from Oct. 11 to Oct 17.

No Crickets: Palo Alto Teen Art Council’s open mic night returns live

The Palo Alto Teen Arts Council last week hosted its first in-person open mic night for teens since the start of the pandemic.

In case you missed it: 

Code:ART festival brings interactive installations by local artists to Downtown Palo Alto

Interactive displays scattered the streets of Downtown Palo Alto with ambient music and colorful lighting in Code:ART, an “interactive new media festival.”
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