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Bringing you the experiences you’ve come to expect from Los Angeles Times, no matter where you are. Tune in live or on your own time for exclusive streaming events plus panels, cooking demos and Q&As with authors, professors, journalists, chefs and more. Join us for the best of L.A. Times online.

Join us for a virtual screening of Cyrano and an exclusive Q&A with cast members and L.A. Times Film Writer Mark Olsen.

About the film:

Director Joe Wright envelops moviegoers in a symphony of emotions with music, romance and beauty in Cyrano, a modern re-imagining of the timeless tale of a heartbreaking love triangle. A man ahead of his time, Cyrano de Bergerac (played by Peter Dinklage) dazzles with wordplay as well as swordplay, but is convinced that his appearance renders him unworthy of the love of his devoted friend, the luminous Roxanne (Haley Bennett). When Roxanne falls in love at first sight with another, Cyrano – resigned to never being more than friends – devotes himself to helping her new suitor (Kelvin Harrison Jr.) find the right words to win her heart.

Stream the film from January 17th-19th.

Q&A begins on Wednesday, January 19th at 6 pm (PT).
CODE: ENVCYRANO

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Join us virtually for Ask a Reporter: The future of L.A.’s child welfare system.

When: Thursday, January 20th | 7 pm (PT)

Investigative reporters Garrett Therolf and Matt Hamilton will discuss their groundbreaking stories about L.A. County’s child welfare system. Guests include county Supervisor Holly Mitchell. Once again, welfare agencies are undergoing major scrutiny and leadership changes. Therolf and Hamilton will delve into Los Angeles County’s troubled system for protecting our most vulnerable children and examine what’s ahead in 2022.

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Join us on Tuesday, January 25th at 6 pm (PT) as bestselling author Stephanie Land will discuss Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and A Mother’s Will to Survive with Times reporter Paloma Esquivel.

Land’s story of resilience, recovery and dreams postponed but not ended is now a popular Netflix series.

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