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ND hosts CSUN

BOTTOM LINE: Cal State Northridge visits Notre Dame in an early season matchup. Cal State Northridge fell short in an 89-49 game at Southern California on Tuesday. Notre Dame went 11-15 last year. -- Sacramento Bee

Music 4 Climate Justice — Your Streaming Musical Menu for November 11

Richard Davis — “Richard Davis has a B.M. from California State University at Northridge. He is a performer and composer in classical, jazz, popular, country, and East Indian music, and his performance credits include Phylicia Rashad, Betty Buckley, John Denver, and Illinois Jacquet. His film and television credits include Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, The Last Boy Scout, The Fall Guy, and others.” -- Daily Kos

Artist and Cultural Instigator Kristine Schomaker Dares to See Her Nude Self Through the Eyes of Sixty Artists

Kristine Schomaker is a Los Angeles based multidisciplinary artist, art historian and curator. She received her BA in Art History and an MA in Studio Art from California State University Northridge. Schomaker has been exhibiting her work since the late 1990s. She has had solo exhibitions throughout Los Angeles including “Plus” at Ark Gallery in Altadena, “Mirror, Mirror!” at Gallery H Phantom Galleries LA, Hawthorne, California, “And One Man in His Time Plays Many Parts” at the Los Angeles Art Association, “Plus” at Moorpark College Art Gallery, “A Comfortable Skin,” at Kerckhoff Hall Art Gallery UCLA, Los Angeles, California and “Ce n’est pas une Peinture,” at TRACTIONARTS, Los Angeles, California. Schomaker has also been featured in numerous group exhibitions. In addition to working as a practicing artist, Schomaker is an independent curator, the founder of Shoebox PR and publisher of the online contemporary art magazine Art and Cake. -- EIN News

Stars align for Strasenburgh Planetarium, Vanishing Sun collab

Fentress, who earned music degrees in piano and conducting in addition to a physics degree at California State University-Northridge, said that Vanishing Sun’s music was meant to be played in a planetarium. But he was quick to emphasize that “Impressions of the Infinite” is not just a concert in a novel setting; it’s a balanced performance in which music and planetarium are equally important. -- WXXI

Another Key Manager to Retire from City of Pasadena

Duyshart received a BS degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Cal State Northridge. Eric’s wife Marti has been a teacher in the Arcadia School District and they have two adult children – Peter and Mark. -- Colorado Boulevard

Chamber of Commerce says goodbye to McComb

McComb, who is originally from Santa Barbara, has lived in the greater Miracle Mile area for nearly 40 years. She graduated from California State University, Northridge, with a degree in theater design and started a career as an interior designer. She later trained as a chef and worked at the Biltmore Hotel, Le Dome Restaurant and Valentino’s. -- Beverly Press/Park LaBrea News

How a Nazi Infiltrated L.A.’s 1930s Art Scene

Participants raise a Swastika for a German Day celebration at Hindenburg Park in 1936. Ferenz co-produced annual Swastika-draped picnics in Hindenburg Park in the 1930s. | Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, Community Relations Committee Collection, Part 2, Special Collections and Archives, University Library, California State University, Northridge -- KCET