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The Soraya Screens PHANTOM OF THE OPERA with Live Orchestra

A Halloween treat pairs live orchestra with the 1925 horror classic The Phantom of the Opera on The Soraya's large screen on Saturday, November 3 at 8:00pm. The original score ratchets up the spook factor with the world's foremost theater organ expert, Dennis James on the rare Allen theatre organ. CSUN alum Richard Kaufman returns to conduct the New West Symphony with the haunting score. --Broadway World

Elections in L.A. County feature huge House races, big names, sheriff fight, #MeToo

In the 39th and 45th Assembly districts, Luz Rivas, D-North Hollywood, and Jesse Gabriel, D-Encino, are expected to capture full terms after winning special elections to replace Raul Bocanegra and Matt Dababneh, Democrats who resigned amid sexual misconduct charges. Rivas faces Republican Ricardo Benitez, and Gabriel faces Republican Justin Clark, a 19-year-old Cal State Northridge student. --Press Telegram

Fernando Award Honors Bill Allen, Adds New Categories

Other program highlights included a video in memory of 2006 Fernando recipient Armand Arabian; and the entertainment of California State University – Northridge a cappela group CSUN Acasola, which performed a medley of Stevie Wonder and Bruno Mars. --San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Both Sides Now

The Signal has changed hands a few times—in the mid-aughts, Morris Multimedia, based in Savannah, Georgia, hired Richard Budman as publisher and promoted Whyte to general manager. Whyte, who felt that he had reached the apex of his potential at the Signal but was unwilling to move away from Santa Clarita, left in 2007 to start his own local PR and media-consulting business—“on the dark side,” he says—and to teach journalism at California State University, Northridge. --Columbia

Choices? Moderate voters stuck in the middle with few

Cal State Northridge political scientist Tom Hogen-Esch said many moderate voters might be happy with the Jerry Brown years. “The Democratic Party has balanced the budget in California for several years now and has this rainy-day fund for when things go south,” Hogen-Esch said. --San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Choices? Moderate voters stuck in the middle with few

Cal State Northridge political scientist Tom Hogen-Esch said many moderate voters might be happy with the Jerry Brown years. “The Democratic Party has balanced the budget in California for several years now and has this rainy-day fund for when things go south,” Hogen-Esch said. --Los Angeles Daily News

Choices? Moderate voters stuck in the middle with few

Cal State Northridge political scientist Tom Hogen-Esch said many moderate voters might be happy with the Jerry Brown years. “The Democratic Party has balanced the budget in California for several years now and has this rainy-day fund for when things go south,” Hogen-Esch said. --Pasadena Star News

Choices? Moderate voters stuck in the middle with few

Cal State Northridge political scientist Tom Hogen-Esch said many moderate voters might be happy with the Jerry Brown years. “The Democratic Party has balanced the budget in California for several years now and has this rainy-day fund for when things go south,” Hogen-Esch said. --The Sun, San Bernardino

Choices? Moderate voters stuck in the middle with few

Cal State Northridge political scientist Tom Hogen-Esch said many moderate voters might be happy with the Jerry Brown years. “The Democratic Party has balanced the budget in California for several years now and has this rainy-day fund for when things go south,” Hogen-Esch said. --Redlands Daily Facts

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