Arts Collaboration to Spotlight Community of Canoga Park

March 21, 2018

Oviatt Library

Members of the public can catch a glimpse of the ever-evolving stories of people who make up Canoga Park from the back seat of a car on Saturday, March 24, when the community premiers the Canoga Park Car Plays, a 10-minute-play festival that celebrates the area’s life and culture. Read more

AudioEye Presenting Educational Sessions at Top Assistive Technology Conference

TUCSON, Ariz., March 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- AudioEye, Inc. (OTCQB: AEYE) ("AudioEye" or the "Company"), a leader in technology-based website accessibility, will again be an active participant in the Assistive Technology Conference hosted by the California State University Northridge Center on Disabilities. The center is a leader in training and research committed to expanding professional opportunities and improving the world for people with disabilities. The conference, now in its 33rd year, is the largest international conference focused on the field of assistive technology. Like-minded in its pursuit of equal access, AudioEye publishes more than one billion remediations daily to achieve and maintain web accessibility compliance, with ADA-related digital accessibility requirements and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA Success Criteria, for more than 600 users on more than one thousand sites. -- PR Newswire


With less matches to play than other leagues, the Big West has been slow to form a quantity of intra-conference matches. That changed a bit this week, as the count was risen from two to four, giving some more clarity to the standings. While Long Beach State continued its dominance, UC Irvine cleared the two-match loss rubble and CSUN pulled off a surprise to shake up the table. -- Volley Mob

Gov. Brown announces latest round of appointments

Kenneth Martinet, 76, of Glendale, has been reappointed to the California Volunteers Commission, where he has served since 2000. Martinet has been president and chief executive officer at Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters since 1995. He was president and chief executive officer at Franciscan Communications from 1990 to 1995 and an independent real estate professional from 1987 to 1990. Martinet held several positions at St. Eligius Home Health Care from 1984 to 1987, including founder, president and chief executive officer. He was chief financial officer and senior vice president at Alpha Therapeutic from 1975 to 1984. Martinet was a controller at Litton Industries, Litton Data Systems from 1967 to 1975. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree in business management from California State University, Northridge. This position does not require Senate confirmation and there is no compensation. Martinet is a Republican. -- Lake County News

Battery Blood: How California Health Agencies Failed Exide Workers

Rania Sabty-Daily, an expert in industrial hygiene and an assistant professor at California State University, Northridge, told Capital & Main that one of the stumbling blocks preventing better protection of California workers is long-delayed changes to the state’s lead standards. The standards formulated in the 1970s allow employees to continue working even with blood lead levels up to 50 μg/dL. Health experts consider those standards out of date because the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and other authorities say permanent damage can occur at levels as low as 10 μg/dL. In 2009 CDPH issued new recommendations and asked Cal/OSHA to call for removing workers with lead levels above 20 μg/dL and not returning them until they fall to below 15 μg/dL. In addition CDPH proposed that a more protective standard be applied to airborne lead. -- Capital & Main