This Week on Livestream | June 12, 2017

Watch live as Attorney General Sessions testifies in the Russia investigation, John Mulaney and Nick Kroll appear in character as Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland at 92Y, and Patricia Lockwood debuts her new book at the Free Library of Philadelphia.

The Other Box Project on Love: Race and Identity: 1967-2017 | The Greene Space
Monday, June 12
“Ali Bien-Aimé, 19-year-old Amherst College freshman and native New Yorker, will discuss the evolution of his identity, as well as his upbringing as a multiracial man in a lesbian household.”

Attorney General Sessions testifies in Russia Inquiry | Federal Network
Tuesday, June 13
2:30 PM ET
“Senate Intelligence Committee will hear from recused former colleague Attorney General Jeff Sessions.”

Crowdfunding Pitch Event | NextGen Crowdfunding
Tuesday, June 13
“Join NextGen Crowdfunding to learn how a new generation of Crowdfunding Angel Investors are supporting emerging companies and startups that are pursuing the American Dream.”

The Future of Brands | Fashion Institute of Technology
Tuesday, June 13
6:30 PM ET
“A think tank of innovative leadership, this FIT capstone program provides advanced education for emerging executives, fostering both creative and analytical business skills. Students obtain a global perspective through field studies in multiple overseas markets.”

Oh Hello Again: Gil and George Premiere on Netflix | 92nd Street Y
Tuesday, June 13
Oh, Hello on Broadway comes to 92nd Street Y with comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland — appearing in character for an evening of conversation moderated by John Oliver.”

Patricia Lockwood | Author Events
Tuesday, June 13
7:30 PM ET
“Patricia Lockwood is the author of 2014’s groundbreaking Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, a book of obscene, angry, funny verse that ‘is unforgettable, literally: once read, it cannot be forgotten’ (NPR). Lockwood debuts her new memoir Priestdaddy, the story of her unconventional upbringing and irascible Catholic priest father, at the Free Library of Philadelphia.”

LOOKING AT ARCHITECTURE: Capturing The Best Angles Of Buildings And Cities | B&H Event Space
Wednesday, June 14
“Photographer Paul Clemence will present a selection of his work including his most recent series and his evolving essay on New York City architecture. He will also discuss his technique and artistic approach to looking at buildings in ways to discover new and creative angles.”

Black Music Month in Argentina and Uruguay with ‘Tango Negro: The African Roots of Tango’ | Schomburg Center
Wednesday, June 14
8:10 PM ET
“In celebration of Black Music Month, the Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery will present the documentary Tango Negro: The African Roots of Tango. Directed by Angolan filmmaker Dom Pedro, the beautiful film explores the African roots of tango in Argentina and Uruguay.”

This Week on Livestream | January 22, 2018

Watch live as the cast of Schitt’s Creek visits 92nd Street Y, USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin covers high school basketball, and UWC-USA celebrates African National Day.

Podcast Mixtape: Unsettled | The Greene Space
Monday, January 22
“With more people displaced from their homes due to war and persecution than at any other time in history, how are countries taking care of those marooned in refugee camps? Join reporter Matt Katz and editor Sean Bowditch for a night of storytelling and conversation including audio from their new five-part series, Unsettled.”

Schitt’s Creek: An Evening with Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy, Annie Murphy, and Emily Hampshire | 92nd Street Y
Monday, January 22
“What misadventures will Season 4 of Schitt’s Creek bring? Join this team of brilliant funny people as they dish about their show and about playing one of TV’s most delightfully dysfunctional families.”

Appleton North vs. Appleton West | USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
Tuesday, January 23
6:45 PM ET
“Join USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin’s Ricardo Arguello, Brett Christopherson and Jim Rosandick as they bring you live coverage from Appleton North High School.”

Dr. Nadine Burke Harris | The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity | Author Events
Tuesday, January 23
7:30 PM ET
“Pioneering physician Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is a longtime crusader for targeting care to vulnerable and traumatized children. Her prolific work on the link between toxic stress and chronic illnesses includes more than 17,000 surveys of adult patients’ adverse childhood experiences.”

Musical Introduction Series: Zulal | 92nd Street Y
Wednesday, January 24
11:30 AM ET
“Images of the past come to life in Zulal’s arrangements, hearkening back to a simpler time, providing tokens of comfort in our increasingly complex, modern world. Zulal’s singers, Teni Apelian, Yeraz Markarian and Anaïs Tekerian, have performed in venues around the world, as well as in Cirque du Soleil and The Silk Road Project.”

African National Day 2018 | UWC-USA
Saturday, January 27
“Join UWC-USA as they celebrate African National Day with a performance by students from African countries.”