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Tyne Daly Leads DEAR WORLD in Concert Tonight at Valley Performing Arts Center

The Broadway Series at Valley Performing Arts Center continues with Kelli O'Hara (October 14), West Side Story (March 10 - 12) and Man of La Mancha (May 5 - 7). Single tickets, ranging from $38 - $73 are available now. For ticket and subscription information, visit or call (818) 677-3000. Valley Performing Arts Center is located on the campus of California State University, Northridge (CSUN), 18111 Nordhoff Street Northridge, CA 91330-8448, at the corner of Nordhoff and Lindley. -- Broadway World

Our View: Overturned upon review

Fazio is endorsed by Kenneth R. Lord, dean of CSUN’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics; Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander and former L.A. City Councilman Dennis P. Zine; business executives including Anthony Pritzker, managing partner of Pritzker Group, and Jamee Natella, founder and producer of Blueyed Pictures Inc; and Genethia Hudley-Hayes, former chairwoman of the L.A. Fire Department Commission who currently works for Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. -- Santa Clarita Valley Signal

CSUN Athletics: Matador Report for Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016

Katie Holloway, a former CSUN women’s basketball student-athlete, and the Team USA Sitting Volleyball team made history at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio by winning the gold medal. Holloway and Team USA swept the previously undefeated Chinese team in the gold-medal match to earn their first Paralympic gold medal. -- SCV News

Introducing the newest member of Q13 News This Morning: Brian Flores!

Brian graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from California State University, Northridge. Brian is a 3rd generation Filipino journalist. His father, Ernie Flores Jr. was the first Filipino journalist for the San Diego Union and Arizona Republic newspapers. His grandfather was a journalist in the Philippines. -- Q13 FOX - WA

Council candidates offer thoughts on issues facing Camarillo

Education/Experience: Graduated from Cal State Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in political science. Serves on the city’s finance committee and streets and transportation committee. Board member of the Ventura Regional Sanitation District, Ventura County Animal Services and the Ventura County Airport Authority. -- Camarillo Acorn

McInturff has younger perspective

The Simi Valley High School alum, who graduated from Cal State Northridge in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in political science, said courses he took in urban development and city planning gave him the know-how to be an effective councilman. -- Simi Valley Acorn

OXNARD’S Chief Whitney

Chief Whitney obtained his bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Oregon and his master’s degree in Public Administration from California State University Northridge. -- Tri County Sentry

Gallaudet University Names Room After Beloved Deaf Community Leader

Burdett graduated from Gallaudet with a degree in computer studies and a minor in business administration. He later earned a master's degree in special education and rehabilitation from California State University, Northridge. After graduating from Gallaudet, Burdett worked for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Stanford University and Ohlone College, in Fremont, Calif. At Ohlone, he was dean of deaf studies and special services. Burdett served as president of the California Association Post-Education of the Disabled, which oversaw 107 community colleges, eight California state universities and three universities of California. -- Power Engineering Magazine

Puffin Presents Pianist Karine Poghosyan’s “Folk Inspirations” On October 9

KARINÉ POGHOSYAN, an Armenian pianist, has been praised for her ability to get to the heart of the works she performs. She made her orchestral debut at fourteen playing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1, and her solo Carnegie Hall debut at 23, and has since gone on to win numerous awards as well as performing in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls. Recently, she helped organize the “Requiem and Resurrection” concert in commemoration of the 95th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide at the Saint Vartan Armenian Cathedral in New York. During the 2014-15 season, Kariné made her Washington D.C. debut, in addition to her Toronto, Canada debut where she gave the Canadian premiere of Alan Hovhanes’s Piano Concerto “Lousadzak.” Other performance highlights included solo recitals in Montgomery, New York, and Richmond, Virginia, as well as performing Khachaturian’s Piano Concerto with the Greater Newburgh (NY) Symphony under the baton of Woomyung Choe. Kariné’s musical studies began in her native Yerevan in Armenia at the School of the Arts No. 1, continuing at Romanos Melikian College and the Komitas State Conservatory. Her teachers in Armenia included Irina Gazarian, Vatche Umr-Shat, and Svetlana Dadyan. After moving to the United States in 1998, she received her BM, summa cum laude, from California State University in Northridge under Françoise Regnat, and her MM and D.M.A. degrees at Manhattan School of Music under Arkady Aronov, completing her D.M.A. in a record-breaking two years with a thesis on Aram Khachaturian’s works for piano. She is currently based in New York, where she teaches at Manhattan School of Music. -- New Jersey Stage