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Good morning. Its Monday, June 7.

Here are the week’s top stories.

With state grant, MVLA seeks to boost supports for targeted students

The Mountain View–Los Altos Unified School District is seeking to boost academic and social-emotional support for students with funds from the state’s Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant. 

INdGO: Simple yet delicious Indian to-go food to satisfy everyone

Read about INdGO, a takeout-only restaurant founded by a Swiss-trained chef during the pandemic.

Here’s some more student journalism you should check out: 

Paly junior explores cultural identity through poetry

Read about Jasmine Kapadia, an award-winning Paly junior who explores her cultural identity through poetry, and whose work has even found an audience in Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai.

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Los Altos City Council passes resolution acknowledging activist Moos did not threaten Councilwoman Lee Eng

The Los Altos City Council on Tuesday voted 3–2 in favor of a resolution acknowledging that local activist Kenan Moos did not, among other things, physically threaten Councilwoman Lynette Lee Eng or her family.

Aurum and authenticity: Modern Indian restaurant strives to bring hidden gems of Indian cuisine to the mainstream

No restaurant displays what the gold standard of authenticity can be more than Aurum. With a name literally meaning gold in Latin, the modern Indian establishment in Downtown Los Altos strives to showcase Indian cuisine just as pure as its namesake.

Village Pantry: traditional American breakfast food, and a place to call home

Typical hobbies might include woodworking, gardening or maybe even starting a book club — but Julie Ogilvie is no weekend hobbyist. Wanting to start a hobby that could make a mark on the community, she and her husband, David Ogilvie, took ownership of the restaurant Village Pantry to give the Los Altos community a place to call home.

Beyond satisfying local sweet tooths, Los Altos’ Sweet Shop is a community staple

More than just satisfying sweet tooths, Los Altos' Sweet Shop is a community staple that supports its patrons in unexpected ways — like donating 5% of its yearly proceeds to schools. And yes, they serve more than just candy.
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