This Week on Livestream | December 18, 2017

Watch live as YogaVibes hosts Flow Yoga, The Guardian makes sense of 2017, and Santa starts his annual journey at Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi, Finland.

Podcast Mixtape | The Greene Space
Monday, December 18
“The Greene Space swaps studio post-production for real-time tapings of podcasts, sneak peeks of unreleased pilots, and conversations with creators.”

Masha Gessen | LIVE from the NYPL
Monday, December 18
7:05 PM ET
“The award-winning journalist and author Masha Gessen delivers this year’s annual Robert B. Silvers lecture, The Stories of a Life. The Robert B. Silvers Lecture is an annual series created by Max Palevsky in recognition of the work of Robert B. Silvers, a co-founding editor of The New York Review of Books.”

Tues. Flow Yoga w/ Jenni Tarma | YogaVibes
Tuesday, December 19
12 PM ET
“An anatomy and movement enthusiast, Jenni’s classes present alignment as a fluid concept and encourage students to explore and find their own strength within a flexible framework.”

The Guardian Live: Making Sense of 2017 | The Greene Space
Tuesday, December 19
“From the latest twists in the Trump-Russia investigation to the troubling rise of far-right movements around the world to the historic outpouring of sexual assault allegations, The Guardian’s columnists and writers will unpack the biggest stories of this year in a series of 15-minute lightning conversations.”

2017 Junior Victorian Open | My Sport Live
Wednesday, December 20
4:30 PM ET
“Following the recent success of the Oates Victorian Open, the Victorian Junior Open will be played as an Australian Ranked 72-hole tournament.”

Sherman Irby: A New Christmas Story | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Friday, December 22
7:30 PM ET
Sherman Irby: A New Christmas Story is a family-friendly program that’s equally engaging for adults in search of sophisticated and uplifting holiday entertainment.”

Santa Is On His Way | Visit Rovaniemi
Saturday, December 23
12 PM ET
“Santa starts his annual journey on December 23rd – watch it LIVE from Santa Claus Village!”

This Week on Livestream | January 8, 2018

Watch live as CNET streams from CES 2018, Lena Waithe visits 92nd Street Y, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar delivers the Keynote at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz Congress.

National YoungArts Week 2018 | Voice Performance | National YoungArts Foundation
Monday, January 8
“The National YoungArts Foundation welcomes YoungArts Finalists to Miami for National YoungArts Week, its signature program held annually that aims to foster cross-disciplinary collaboration and community.”

The Chi: Lena Waithe in Conversation with Charlamagne Tha God | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, January 9
8:30 PM ET
“Lena Waithe is the Creator and Executive Producer of her own series, The Chi, a timely coming-of-age story set in Chicago’s South Side. Hear from Waithe about how she is making strides as both a writer and an actress.”

CES 2018 Day 2: Technology 24/7 | CNET
Wednesday, January 10
12 PM ET
” Samsung’s VP Alanna Cotton will show Samsung’s latest in mobile computing, and CNET’s Lexy Savvides and Vanessa Hand Orellana will torture-test iPhone cases to find out which is the toughest. Then, at 2 PM PT, Rich Brown will host a panel on Shopping and the Smart Home, and at 3 PM PT, Roadshow’s Tim Stevens will host the panel, Autonomous Cars: Getting from Here to There . ”

Jazz Congress Day 1, Session 2: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Keynote; Learning from Large Jazz Organizations | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Thursday, January 11
12:15 PM ET
“Bringing together artists, media, and industry leaders in the global jazz community. Watch the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Keynote at Jazz Congress 2018.”

Theater of War Productions: Theater of War | The Greene Space
Thursday, January 11
“Join The Greene Space as they explore the visible and invisible wounds of war through Theater of War, a dramatic theatrical reading of Sophocles’ Philoctetes featuring David Strathairn, Amy Ryan and Brooklyn City Council Member Jumaane Williams.”

Benny Goodman: King of Swing with the JLCO | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Saturday, January 13
“The JLCO celebrates a single landmark performance: Benny Goodman’s legendary 1938 debut at Carnegie Hall. In the country’s most hallowed classical concert hall, the moment was about much more than Benny Goodman; it was, in many ways, a debut of jazz itself, an unprecedented presentation of authentic jazz and racial integration on a stage of unparalleled prestige.”