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BiRDMAN Composer Antonio Sanchez Releases New Album

ntonio Sánchez Tour Dates: w/ Migration unless noted otherwise January 5: Highline Ballroom, New York, NY January 10: Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NL January 11: LantarenVenster, Rotterdam, NL January 12: Flagey, Brussels Jazz Festival, Brussel, BE January 13: A38, Budapest, HU January 14: Alte Feuerwache Mannheim, Mannheim, DE January 15: Teatro Lope De Vega, Sevilla, ES January 16: Fasching Stockholm, Stockholm, SE * March 13: Valley Performing Arts Center, Great Hall, Northridge CA March 14: Valley Performing Arts Center, Great Hall, Northridge, CA ** March 15: Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Long Beach, CA March 19-20: Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, Seattle, WA March 22: Jaqua Concert Hall - John G Shedd Institute for the Arts, Eugene OR March 23: Tower Theater, Bend, OR *Bad Hombre performance -- Top-40 Charts

Sophomore Gomez Propels Matadors to Victory

NORTHRIDGE – Sophomore Terrell Gomez posted a career-high 26 points to go with five 3-pointers while senior Blair Orr registered a career-best 15 points and six rebounds as CSUN Men’s Basketball (3-5) defeated Cal State San Marcos, 76-72, on Wednesday evening at The Matadome. Freshman Darius Brown II finished with nine points and seven assists in a career-high 37 minutes. -- SCV News

Matadors Return Home to Host LMU, SDSU

NORTHRIDGE – CSUN returns home for a pair of women’s basketball games this week. The Matadors get the action underway Friday night when CSUN welcomes Loyola Marymount. -- SCV News

Students Explore Identity Struggles at TEDxJHU

His confidence was restored when he enrolled in California State University, Northridge which has a large deaf student population. Pugeda described this transition as a shock because he was able to make friends with people who were deaf and was able to express his frustrations in ASL, learning to find forgiveness for those who treated him badly in high school. -- The John Hopkins News-Letter

CSUN Celebrates 60 Years with New Pictorial History Book

The first official pictorial history book on California State University, Northridge – since the early 1990s – was recently published, depicting the university’s meteoric rise and growth from its founding in 1958 to the present day. -- San Fernando Valley Sun

El Soraya celebra la navidad al puro estilo mexicano

El teatro Soraya, que al año realiza más de 50 eventos de música clásica, popular, de danza y de teatro, es de los pocos lugares de su clase –si no es que el único– que realiza una celebración navideña al puro estilo mexicano. -- La Opinión (in Spanish)

Kaiser Gives Half Million in Grants to Valley Area Nonprofits

Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center’s donations totaled $250,000 and were awarded to 26 community nonprofits providing healthcare and social services in the Valley area. Some of the organizations include the Boys & Girls Club of San Fernando Valley in Pacoima, The California State University –Northridge Foundation and the Valley Economic Development Center. -- San Fernando Valley Business Journal

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