Virtual Events
Virtual Events


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Eat See Hear brings dinner and a show right to your living room.

Sign up to receive 16 weeks of exclusive access to Showtime’s Sunday Night Features plus you’ll also get the locations of secret food trucks across L.A. offering off-menu meals that pair perfectly with each Sunday night episode.

Our season culminates with a Drive-in Special Feature. Details coming soon.

L.A. Times 25th Festival of Books is Going Virtual!

Beginning on Sunday, October 18, and continuing over the course of four weeks, The Times will celebrate storytelling with author panels, readings, and other events. Over the years, festivalgoers have listened to Eric Carle read about a ravenous caterpillar; the late Congressman John Lewis discuss his lifelong work for racial equality; Julie Andrews reminisce about the Swiss Alps; Luis J. Rodriguez wax poetic about life in Los Angeles; Viet Thanh Nguyen expound reclaiming historical narratives; Padma Lakshmi dish on food and life; and gone home inspired. This year, the festival will make that kind of inspiration accessible from home. The programming schedule will be announced in mid-September.

This year Food Bowl comes to you.

Watch our virtual Cook-a-thon, a food focused fundraiser featuring 30 chefs and celebrities. Benefiting World Central Kitchen and hosted by Jenn Harris and Ben Mims of L.A. Times Food, we’ve got a lineup you won’t want to miss. Our lineup includes:

José Andrés, Jamie Lee Curtis, Phil Rosenthal, Alice Waters, Eric Ripert, Susan Feniger, Jack Black, Ludo Lefebvre and more.

Don’t forget to check out our Takeout List, because helping out your local restaurants is as easy as ordering in.

Welcome to We Can Teach You That, a new series where Times staffers and other experts teach online courses. This fall, we’re offering two sessions to help with day-to-day technology and wellness issues during the pandemic, brought to you FREE by L.A Care and AltaMed.

On Tuesday, December 1st, at 6pm (PT) Times Writer David Lazarus will teach a course on “HOW TO NAVIGATE HEALTH CARE & VITAL SERVICES” RSVP free today!

Indie Focus presents “Wander Darkly,” an emotionally gripping new film available to stream for free between December 7th-9th, with a Q&A available to stream on Wednesday, December 9th at 5pm (PT). RSVP now!


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