This Week on Livestream | October 2, 2017

Watch live as the Cleveland Cavaliers take the court for their annual scrimmage, Bob Schieffer sits down with Charlie Rose, CNET streams Google’s Pixel 2 event, and Social Media Week’s Toby Daniels joins us in the studio for a special Livestream Learn.

2017 Wine & Gold Scrimmage presented by FirstEnergy | Cleveland Cavaliers
Monday, October 2
5:45 PM ET
“It’s Wine vs. Gold when the Cleveland Cavaliers take the court for their annual intra-squad scrimmage, a fun-filled family event to give fans a first live look at the 2016-17 NBA Eastern Conference Champions as they prepare for the upcoming 2017-18 season.”

Jennifer Egan | Manhattan Beach with Carmen Maria Machado | Her Body and Other Parties | Author Events
Tuesday, October 3
7:30 PM ET
“Jennifer Egan won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award for the novel A Visit from the Goon Squad. Her other books of fiction include the National Book Award Finalist Look at Me, the bestselling The Keep, and The Invisible Circus, which was adapted into a movie starring Cameron Diaz.”

Bob Schieffer with Charlie Rose – Overload: Finding Truth in Today’s Deluge of News | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, October 3
“Bob Schieffer and Charlie Rose will take an inside look at the changing role of media and ask whether today’s citizens are more informed — or just overwhelmed. And they’ll ask how well today’s journalists believe they are carrying out their responsibility to provide Americans with the information they need to be good citizens.”

CNET’s live coverage of Google’s Pixel 2 event | CNET
Wednesday, October 4
11:30 AM ET
“Watch live as Google unveils its new Pixel 2 phones, updates to Google Home, and news on its Pixelbook laptops.”

How Social Media Week Does Live Video | Livestream Learn
Wednesday, October 4
1:30 PM ET
“Join Livestream’s Director of Content Amber van Moessner and Social Media Week founder Toby Daniels for a live interview and Q&A.”

Distinguished Lecture in Honor of Alice Cook and Lois Gray | Cornell University
Wednesday, October 4
4:30 PM ET
“Join Alice Cook and Lois Gray at Cornell University as they discuss the problems faced by women in developing countries.”

New School Live: A Conversation on Race in the U.S. | The New School
Wednesday, October 4
5:30 PM ET
“Be part of an intimate half-hour conversation in which a small group of students discuss race — and why it matters today — with Professor Maya Wiley, The New School’s senior vice president for social justice.”

Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America | The New York Public Library
Wednesday, October 4
6:30 PM ET
“The new essay collection Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America features original contributions from 23 leading feminist writers. Its co-editors and some of its contributors come to the New York Public Library to discuss this landmark new book.”

Metz | Pitchfork Live | Pitchfork
Thursday, October 5
12 PM ET
“Noise rock band Metz performs on Livestream and Facebook Live.”

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with Mischa Maisky | 92Y
Thursday, October 5
“Join 92Y for the opening of their 2017-18 concert season, with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and revered cellist Mischa Maisky in his only NYC appearance of the year.”

Voices of the Xtabay: A Tribute to Yma Sumac | Hammer Museum
Saturday, October 7
10:30 PM ET
“A genre-bending lineup of Los Angeles Latinx vocalists and musicians reimagine the songs of legendary Peruvian American singer Yma Sumac, whose vocal range was said to be well over five octaves.”

This Week on Livestream | October 16, 2017

Watch live as singer, songwriter, and activist Billy Bragg honors Woodie Guthrie, Gabrielle Union stops at the Free Library of Philadelphia, and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee raises money for Puerto Rico.

Courtney Barnett + Kurt Vile (Sea Lice By The Seaside) | Pitchfork Live
Monday, October 16
“Philly country-psych zen master Kurt Vile and Australian indie-rock orator Courtney Barnett are at once an odd couple and a perfect union—not so much a mirror image of one another as a negative exposure.”

Amy Tan | Where the Past Begins: A Writer’s Memoir | Author Event
Tuesday, October 17
7:30 PM ET
Where the Past Begins is a memoir of Amy Tan’s life, art, and deeply personal inspirations that frame her fiction.”

Remembering Woody: An Evening with Billy Dragg and Friends | The Greene Space
Tuesday, October 17
7:30 PM ET
“Join singer, songwriter and activist Billy Bragg and special guests for an evening commemorating the 50th anniversary of folk music icon Woody Guthrie’s death.”

Gabrielle Union’s Real Life Book Club Tour | Author Events
Thursday, October 19
7:30 PM ET
“Gabrielle Union’s new book, We’re Going to Need More Wine, is an intimate, urgent collection of essays about race, bullying, competition between women in Hollywood, and her own trauma as a victim of sexual assault.”

40 Years of Cosmic Discovery: Celebrating the Voyager Missions and Humanity’s Message to Space | Cornell Alumni
Thursday, October 19
“Only one human-touched object has ever entered interstellar space: NASA’s Voyager 1, bearing with it greetings to extraterrestrials in the form of a Golden Record. Cornell will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Voyagers 1 and 2 and the university’s central role in the missions.”

Vitaly Bulgarov Live & Uncut: Designing for Films, Games & Real-World Robotic | Gnomon
Friday, October 20
10 PM ET
“Join Gnomon School of VFX to learn about the career path of Vitaly Bulgarov, hear his personal insights, and get meaningful answers to your very own questions.”

Boston for Puerto Rico | Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Saturday, October 21
“Students from all departments of The Boston Conservatory at Berklee will be performing in a benefit concert to raise money for hurricane Maria relief in Puerto Rico. All proceeds will be donated to Unidos por Puerto Rico.”

Sexual Assault Crisis Center | Shall We Dance 2017
Saturday, October 21
“Shall We Dance is an uplifting and entertaining event that increases awareness about sexual assault while helping the Sexual Assault Crisis Center.”

Harold in Italy | Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, October 21
“On a program with DSO Principal musicians as featured soloists, Eric Nowlin performs the music depicting the melancholy traveler Harold, and Wei Yu returns as a soloist for Elgar’s Cello Concerto.”