This Week on Livestream | October 30, 2017

Watch live as The Culinary Institute of America presents reThink Food 2017, Ta-Nehisi Coates visits the Free Library of Philadelphia, and Roxane Gay, Mona Chollet, and Camille Morineau explore body image at Festival Albertine.

Head Coach Mike McCarthy press conference | Green Bay Packers
Tuesday, October 31
12 PM ET
“Watch Head Coach Mike McCarthy take questions from the media.”

WQXR presents Midday Masterpieces | The Greene Space
Wednesday, November 1
“Take a respite from your busy workday with a free concert presented by WQXR.”

reThink Food 2017 | The Culinary Institute of America
Wednesday, November 1
6:45 PM ET
“This three-day conference invites chefs and other food industry leaders, academics, and innovators to join The Culinary Institute of America for networking opportunities, cutting-edge research that widens perspectives, and business-friendly solutions.”

Climate Change: The Defining Health Challenge and Opportunity of the 21st Century | UC Berkeley School of Public Health
Wednesday, November 1
8:10 PM ET
“Panelists will discuss California’s role as the U.S. leader in climate change mitigation policy.”

Ta-Nehisi Coates | We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy | Author Events
Thursday, November 2
7:30 PM ET
“The Free Library of Philadelphia presents Ta-Nehisi Coates in conversation with Tamala Edwards, anchor, 6ABC Action News morning edition.”

Festival Albertine: Body: Image vs. Reality | Cultural Services of the French Embassy
Thursday, November 3
“Roxane Gay, Mona Chollet, and Camille Morineau explore the struggle to reclaim the integrity of the female body and various representations that reject its objectification and oppression.”

Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit | Cornell University
Friday, November 3
10 AM ET
“Cornell University presents Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit: the exciting promise of combustive collaboration and magnetic ideas.”

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.”