Today's events (Nov. 14)


• Art: 'Begin With Love'

Today (Nov. 14) through Friday, Nov. 18, the Downtown Streets Team of Palo Alto is exhibiting photos and other art by members of the homeless community in Lytton Plaza at Emerson Street and University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto. The show is intended to raise awareness about local homelessness in a different way. The display of about 40 works will be up between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and will then be shown from Nov. 20 through Nov. 26, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at All Saints' Episcopal Church, 555 Waverley St., Palo Alto. Go to beginwithlove.com.

• Talk: 'Seeing Into the Life of Things'

Photographer Robert Buelteman, composer Annea Lockwood and artist Mark Wagner will give a free talk at 7 p.m. tonight (Nov. 14) on how Stanford's Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and other "living laboratories" can serve as windows into broader ways of looking at life and nature. The event is at Cubberley Auditorium at Stanford University, hosted by Philippe Cohen, administrative director of Jasper Ridge. Event hosts are Jasper Ridge and Stanford Continuing Studies. Call 650-725-2650 or go to events.stanford.edu.

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Short story writers wanted!

The 33rd Annual Palo Alto Weekly Short Story Contest is now accepting entries for Adult, Young Adult (15-17) and Teen (12-14) categories. Send us your short story (2,500 words or less) and entry form by March 29. First, Second and Third Place prizes awarded in each category.

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