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At HuffPost, we believe that news is personal and real life is news. This principle comes to life in our intimate virtual events, where readers can meet HuffPost journalists face-to-face to discuss timely topics and ask questions – or join expert interviews and live Q&As. Members get free and discounted tickets, so join today. We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!


Join us for a Q&A with HuffPost journalists on the complicated relationship between health, productivity and work.


We have lots of live event opportunities coming up. Get all the details here.


Join our virtual event with healthcare experts about the reasons behind inequitable outcomes of the coronavirus.
Join a virtual conversation with HuffPost's political journalists to recap the election and look at what's to come.
Join us on Instagram as we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with two talented visual creators.
HuffPost reporters and leading labor organizer Ai-jen Poo teamed up for a Q&A on Sept. 24.
On Sept. 15, our parenting editor and a psychologist answered reader questions about remote learning during COVID-19.
We held a post-convention discussion on the election with HuffPost's reporters on Aug. 28.
On Aug. 19, we took questions about the wide range of emotions about the uncertainty of returning to school.
On July 24, we held an event for parents who are stressed about back-to-school season during the pandemic.
On July 30, we hosted a virtual event with the host of "D Is For Desire," HuffPost's love and sex podcast.
On May 29, reporter Zach Carter hosted a Q&A about his critically acclaimed John Maynard Keynes biography.
Our reporters teamed up for a virtual event on May 20 to discuss COVID-19 and work environments.
We answered reader questions on May 13 about intimacy, love, friendships and familial relationships.