This Week on Livestream | February 26, 2018

Watch live as Pitchfork announces their 2018 Musical Festival lineup, The Carter Center celebrates women in public and political affairs, and 92nd Street Y honors National Science Day with an interactive read-aloud.

Podcast Mixtape: The New York Times Podcast Club, IRL | The Greene Space
Monday, February 26
“Podcast obsessives, take a break from your earbuds to attend a live meetup of The New York Times Podcast Club, a weekly geekout over the best in on-demand audio.”

Pitchfork Music Festival 2018 Lineup | Pitchfork
Tuesday, February 27
11:30 AM ET
“The 13th annual Pitchfork Music Festival takes place July 20-22 at Chicago’s Union Park. Stay tuned to Pitchfork’s homepage and Facebook for the first round of lineup announcements.”

On the Wings of Monarchs: A 10,000 foot view of species conservation | National Conservation Training Center
Tuesday, February 27
“This webinar will cover how habitat creation, research, and education work together to help us achieve the National Conservation Training Center’s monarch and habitat targets.”

Democracy Without Women Is Impossible | The Carter Center
Tuesday, February 27
“The full and equal participation of women in public and political affairs is critical to building and sustaining functioning democracies. More women than ever are holding public office and participating in the electoral process as candidates, campaigners, election staff and voters.”

Girls in Science: National Science Day Read Aloud with Jess Keating | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, February 28
10:30 AM ET
“Celebrate National Science Day with an interactive read-aloud featuring zoologist-turned-author Jess Keating, as she presents her award-winning picture book biography, Shark Lady: The True Story of How Eugenie Clark Became the Ocean’s Most Fearless Scientist.”

Oxford Mathematics Public Lectures | Oxford University Podcasts
Wednesday, February 28
12 PM ET
“Euler’s equation, the ‘most beautiful equation in mathematics’, startlingly connects the five most important constants in the subject: 1, 0, π, e and i. Central to both mathematics and physics, it has also featured in a criminal court case and on a postage stamp, and has appeared twice in The Simpsons. So what is this equation – and why is it pioneering?”

2018 USA Racquetball National High School Championship | USA Racquetball
Wednesday, February 28
“The 2018 USA Racquetball National High School Championship features more than 40 high schools from across the country competing for coveted gold medals in singles and doubles divisions.”

Rags, Strides & Habaneras | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Friday, March 2
“Rags, Strides & Habaneras is a visually dazzling showcase of musical traditions at the core of jazz, Latin jazz, and popular styles from throughout the Americas.”

Nicolas Altstaedt with Fazıl Say | The Royal Conservatory
Friday, March 2
“A combination of two brilliant soloists. The German-French cellist is renowned worldwide for his creativity and versatility in captivating performances on both gut and modern strings.”

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