This Week on Livestream | February 5, 2018

Watch live as The Greene Space hosts a panel of education entrepreneurs, ESA celebrates a decade of Europe’s Columbus space lab, and Mary-Louise Parker joins Bob Roth at 92nd Street Y to discuss three types of meditation.

Podcast Mixtape: Generation Women | The Greene Space
Monday, February 5
“Join The Greene Space for this unique, intimate female literary salon recommended by Time Out New York and The New York Times. Hosted by author Georgia Clark.”

Citizen Now: Education | The Greene Space
Tuesday, February 6
“Hear The Greene Space’s panel of social entrepreneurs describe how they are trying to expand educational opportunities beyond school building and into the communities that need them most.”

Celebrating a decade of Columbus | European Space Agency
Wednesday, February 7
7:30 AM ET
“A decade ago, the Columbus laboratory set sail for humanity’s new world in space. Shortly after, the first Automated Transfer Vehicle arrived at the International Space Station to become the most reliable and complex spacecraft ever built in Europe. This event is a unique opportunity to re-live some exciting milestones, connect live to the Station, and listen to high-level discussions.”

Bob Roth in Conversation with Mary-Louise Parker | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, February 7
7:30 PM ET
“In Strength in Stillness, Bob Roth breaks down the science behind meditation in a new, accessible way. He highlights the three distinct types of meditation — focused attention, open monitoring and self-transcending — and showcases the evidence that Transcendental Meditation is the most effective way to reduce stress.”

Los Angeles and 100% Renewable Energy | Hammer Museum
Wednesday, February 7
10:30 PM ET
“Part of an ongoing nationwide conversation, this panel examines L.A.’s bold efforts to shift the mega city from fossil fuels to a renewable energy future.”

Protecting Mental Health | The Carter Center
Thursday, February 8
“In recent decades, the U.S. has made great strides in ensuring that those who experience mental illness and substance use disorders have access to affordable treatment services. However, changing health care priorities are jeopardizing some of those gains. Watch this event to learn about ways to protect and advance policies that support access to this essential aspect of health care.”

Diane Reeves | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Friday, February 9
“For some real New York City romance, join Diane Reeves in her ‘home away from home’ in the Big Apple: the House of Swing.”

Troye Sivan In-Studio | iHeartMedia Boston
Saturday, February 10
12:30 PM ET
“Catch ‘My, My, My’ singer Troye Sivan in the iHeartMedia Boston Studio.”

This Week on Livestream | March 19, 2018

Watch live as Cleveland Cavaliers’ Larry Drew speaks with the press, John Oliver joins Nell Scovell in conversation at 92nd Street Y, and the Jazz for Young People series continues with an interactive celebration of Mary Lou Williams.

The Path Forward: Incarcerated America | New York Public Library
Monday, March 19
6:30 PM ET
“New York Public Library President Anthony Marx brings together criminal-justice-reform advocates from the right and left to discuss the complex of issues that our nation confronts when it comes to incarceration, particularly those faced by American youth.”

Mysterious Travelers Featuring Mike Kennedy | Author Events
Monday, March 19
“Mike Kennedy is a guitarist, composer, recording artist, and music educator. He has been performing in Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic regions since 1989 and continues stretching his boundaries.”

Coach Drew Postgame Media Availability vs. Milwaukee Bucks | Cleveland Cavaliers
Monday, March 19
9:30 PM ET
“Cavaliers associate head coach Larry Drew speaks with the media following Monday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Quicken Loans Arena.”

The 3:59 | CNET
11:15 AM ET
“Hangout while CNET covers a multitude of stories from around the tech world. CNET staff will take your questions and comments in the chat.”

Nell Scovell in Conversation with John Oliver | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, March 20
7:30 PM ET
“John Oliver, the Emmy-award winning comedian and host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, joins Scovell to discuss her recently-published memoir — Just the Funny Parts: … And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking Into the Hollywood Boys’ Club.”

Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: Iris Apfel | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, March 21
7:30 PM ET
“Hear from this singular personality and visionary when she sits down for a career-spanning conversation with New York Fashion Week founder Fern Mallis.”

Cohabitation: Cities, Nature, and the Evolving Ecosystem | Hammer Museum
Wednesday, March 21
10:30 PM ET
“Examine the intersection of the built environment and Los Angeles’s natural habitat as the region prepares for a hotter and more populous future that can challenge the dynamics between urban environments, wildlife, and nature.”

Family Concert: Who is Mary Lou Williams? | Jazz at Lincoln Center
Friday, March 23
“The Jazz for Young People series continues with an hour-long, interactive celebration of composer, arranger, and pianist Mary Lou Williams. Families will learn the inspiring tale of a young woman who realized her dreams through determination, imagination, incredible talent, and a famously big heart.”