Washington Post Live hosted a screening of “Promised Land” on December 19.
Washington Post Live gathered experts to discuss transportation in the DC metro region.
This Washington Post Live forum on education brought together key stakeholders - from educators to policy makers and experts - to discuss how we can raise America’s global standing in education.
Washington Post Live hosted a screening of “Hyde Park on Hudson” on December 5. The screening was followed by a discussion. After the screening and discussion, guests were invited to a reception at Elephant & Castle.
Washington Post Live convened exceptional women across diverse fields -- from business to politics to arts.
Washington Post Live gathered administration, congressional and industry officials to discuss ways to bolster the travel industry.
In partnership with Focus Features, Washington Post Live will host a screening of “Anna Karenina” at Landmark’s E Street Cinema on Wednesday, November 7 at 7:00 p.m. The film will be followed by a discussion after which guests are invited to join us for a reception at The Hamilton.
This Washington Post Live forum gathered small business owners, lenders, and government officials to speak about exporting.
This Washington Post Live forum on cybersecurity brought together leading experts to discuss the increasingly sophisticated attacks against business and government data and how to better protect it.
Washington Post Live hosted an author discussion with humorist and columnist Ian Frazier about his first novel, “The Cursing Mommy’s Book of Days.”
This Washington Post Live forum in Chicago brought together key public figures, experts, and stakeholders for a discussion on food security in the 21st century.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger discussed his new book, Total Recall, answering questions about his life, the presidential debate, and Maria Shriver.
Policy makers and those at the forefront of research discussed the latest in medical innovation, how to cultivate scientific literacy, and policies for fostering U.S. leadership in the medical field.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza hosted a special convention edition of Politics & Pints on September 4 at Rí Rá Irish Pub in Charlotte, NC. Players for bonding over politics, trivia, and beer.
A breakfast forum at the DNC in Charlotte, where experts discussed energy policy, its relationship with the economy, and the path to an energy-secure future.
The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza will host a special convention edition of Politics & Pints at Stumps Supper Club in Tampa, FL. Bring a team of up to six for politics, trivia, and beer.
This forum convened energy leaders at the Republican National Convention for a discussion on what's next for U.S. energy.
In partnership with Focus Features, Washington Post Live hosted a screening of "ParaNorman" at the AMC Loews Georgetown 14 theatre on Wednesday, August 15 at 7:00 p.m. The film was followed by a panel discussion after which guests joined us for a reception at Clyde's of Georgetown.
The forum in Burlington focused on preserving local farming and cultivating community food development in Vermont and included discussions on the latest in nutrition, food and farming.
National experts convened at the AIDS in America Summit on July 24, 2012. The forum was timed to coincide with the International AIDS Conference.
The breakfast forum in Arizona highlighted local programs and partnerships working to improve access to healthy food.
This breakfast forum in Denver brought together local political, agricultural, and educational leaders to discuss what steps can be taken to make fresh produce and healthy food more accessible to people living in food deserts.
Washington Post Live and Focus Features hosted a screening of "Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World" at Landmark E Street Cinema.
This Washington Post Live forum brought together key public figures and experts to discuss production and distribution of healthy and affordable food as well as innovations aimed at increasing agricultural productivity.
Woodward, Bernstein, and others discussed the scandal’s legacy.
Washington Post Live and Focus Features hosted a screening of “Moonrise Kingdom” at Landmark E Street Cinema.
Washington Post Live hosted a forum where experts discussed boosting small business.
Dan Balz, Chief Correspondent for The Washington Post, interviewed Mitt Romney's senior advisers Eric Fehrnstrom and Peter Flaherty.
Washington Post Live and the Center for Global Development held individual Q&A sessions with two of the candidates for the next president of the World Bank.
Washington Post Live and Focus Features hosted a screening of “Being Flynn” at Landmark Bethesda Row Cinema.
Leaders from around the country convened at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium to discuss American competitiveness and share examples of excellence and innovation.