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Datebook: Monuments made of cardboard, the Virgin of Guadalupe's legacy, the art of alchemy

“Karla Klarin: Subdividing the LAndscape,” at CSUN Art Galleries. The San Fernando Valley-raised artist examines some of our city’s more quotidian landscapes in a series of painted works that take sprawl and the suburban as points of inspiration. But don’t expect the cookie cutter: Klarin’s works have a way of capturing grit. Through Saturday. Cal State Northridge, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, -- Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Theater Review: DEAR WORLD (Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge)

1969. The final year in what was one of the most turbulent decades in American history. The battle between counterculture dissidents and the corporate establishment could melt lead, and in the middle the blood was drained from the ideal Ozzie and Harriet family and the U.S. was headed to a most uncertain future. No wonder the American Musical followed suit. In between the rock musical Hair (1968) and the opening of the Declaration of Independence musical 1776 (March, 1969) was the opening of a Jerry Herman musical that tried but failed to amalgamate a timely anti-establishment theme with a lamentation for an earlier time when life was glamorous, unlike the late ’60s. -- Stage and Cinema

San Juan Bautista city council candidates discuss platforms

Appointed incumbent Connie Shobert said she has an associate's degree in education and a bachelor's in psychology. She said she has developed and built the new website for the city where she hopes to show a level of transparency. She has plans to attend California State University, Northridge to obtain a degree in public administration. -- Benito Link

No. 12 Wahine sweep Northridge

Senior opposite Nikki Taylor put down 13 kills, becoming the 15th Hawaii player to reach 1,200, and No. 12 Hawaii swept Cal State Northridge 25-14, 25-15, 25-15 tonight in Northridge, Calif. It was Hawaii’s 26th consecutive Big West volleyball victory dating back to 2014 and the Rainbow Wahine’s seventh straight win this season. -- Honolulu Star-Advertiser - HI

Cal Poly Men’s Soccer Finishes in 1-1 Draw with CSUN

Senior forward Justin Dhillon notched his team-leading sixth goal of the season and the Cal Poly men’s soccer program outshot CSUN 18-6 on Thursday evening, but the Mustangs opened a four-match home stand at Alex G. Spanos Stadium with a 1-1 draw versus the Matadors. -- KSBY

#12 Rainbow Wahine hit the road to face CSUN, LBSU

The University of Hawai'i women's volleyball team (11-4, 4-0 Big West) heads to California for its second roadtrip of the season. The Rainbow Wahine will first take on CSUN (6-10, 2-2 BWC) on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 4:00 p.m. HST at the Matadome in Northrdige, Calif. On Saturday, Oct. 8, the 'Bows will battle Long Beach State (10-7, 4-0 Big West) for early sole control of first place in conference. Both UH and LBSU are the only BWC teams with 4-0 records left in the conference. -- Hawii News Now

Armenian Producer Bei Ru Mixes Arabian Synths With Hip-Hop Beats (and Tigers)

As Panossian’s passion for music grew, he began to consider a career as an artist. While his parents were supportive, they told him that if he wanted to pursue music, he would have to get a college degree first. He received a degree in psychology from Cal State Northridge, and after a slew of random odd jobs, began to realize that if he didn't fully commit to making music, his dream of being an artist would never be realized. -- LA Weekly

Ready, Set, Run

It’s an early morning workout led by members of 3 Wins Fitness, kinesiology students from California State University, Northridge (CSUN), who put young women, moms and dads and seniors through various exercises. The program — formerly known as 100 Citizens — began three years ago and is for anyone willing to sweat every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. -- San Fernando Valley Sun

CSUN to Honor Four "Phenomenal" Women for Changing the World for the Better

California State University, Northridge will honor actor, producer and political activist Amy Brenneman; writer, attorney and human rights activist Mehrangiz Kar; muralist Kristy Sandoval and food justice activist Neelam Sharma with a Phenomenal Woman Award, which honors women from various disciplines who have made an impact and/or significant contribution to the community, during a special celebration at the university later this month. -- San Fernando Valley Sun