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'Purple Rain' continues Broadway at the drive-in run in New York City
"Has changed cities across the country in New York Broadway shows her stalled until may of next year. But as the expression goes, the show must go on. NBC's Lionel Louise tells us how one group has found a way to do that. Broadway is alive in New York City through the sounds of one of the most iconic performers. Prince this show is It's really like elaborate concert series. Aaron Marcellus plays lead in purple Rain. It's part of the new Broadway at the Drive in Syriza Radio Park in a story of Queens to see the movie played on then, when the songs come where they're like Thanks. So then costumes and everything. See, you know, you can kind of put yourself into the film cast on stage with Aaron some of the entertainment industry's finest, also featuring Nick Burrows, Shiven Rechy, Bonjour, Boakye and Grammy nominated singer Lanista Randolph. Everyone's wearing masks, even those outside. Um and you can bring food is B y. O. B Or you can order food. You know, it's just the kind of nice to feel like you're at a picnic picnic watching the show. And or you mean your card. They bring the performances of the 1984 film toe life with their vocals and passion by the end of the show, Man, People are dancing in there up on their seat, and they're out, you know, screaming to the top of their lungs because we all have a bunch of stuff we just need to release Radio Park is not only creating a great event to go to, but it's also helping creatives through the uncertainty of the pandemic, providing work and a sense of purpose to not only the singers but also the band, the stagehands, producers lighting it. Sound concessions. The list goes on. We don't have jobs as arts workers, you know, so number one to be able to do. A show in the pandemic is just a blessing. It's a job in the city of dreams at a time. It's gone dark When you think about pandemic relief arts relief was the last and it's the least but we are a huge part of the workforce. Executive producer Jeremy Shepherd self funded the project in planning He wanted to ensure there was a safe space 20,000 square feet where we place 50 pick me Damn. So that is really socially distance. The tables are each in their own mark Box 12 ft Apart. One per group. Guests can also rent one of the 50 parking spots. They're both options. $100 a girl. People are afraid everyone's afraid people are celebrating. Everyone's celebrating. So be able to feel secure and celebrate. Feels like Oh, my gosh, Maybe we're getting some place.
Pilots, civilians given life terms over Turkey's 2016 coup
"Military and civilian personnel in an air base to life in prison sentences proclaiming them guilty of involvement in a failed coup attempt in 2016. A total of 475 defendants, including generals and fighter jet pilots at the end, kid see Air Base on the outskirts of the capital on Kara have been on trial for the past three years accused of directing the coup bombing key government buildings, including a section Of the parliament. Despite recommendations
Thanksgiving power shutoffs are possible in Southern California because of wind and wildfire threats
"California Edison says Strong Santa Ana winds expected It may have to cut power to 73,000 customers, mostly in San Bernadino, Los Angeles and Ventura counties to prevent downed lines from causing wildfires and Comcast now telling customers it will be hiking prices on New Year's Day for both TV and
Soccer legend Diego Maradona has died at 60
"This hour, thousands of Mourners cheering packed outside the presidential palace in Buenos Ari's waiting to pass by the casket of legendary soccer player Diego Maradona. He lies in state. Our own. Dona died Friday and is considered one of the greatest soccer players in the world who's game winning goal delivered a World Cup win and 1986 for his country. Maradona was 60 years old and had recently undergone brain surgery. You're
Seattle Issues New Guidance for Domes, Heated Tents, and Outdoor Seating in Winter
"Even Even those those that that have have found found ways ways to to create create outdoor outdoor seating seating was was called called Miller Miller Live Live tonight tonight with with how how they're they're managing managing and and the the push push to to create create that that space, space, Joel Joel Oh, yeah, well, Preston, this stretch of Ballard is really setting the bar. As far as those outdoor dining options go. We're seeing these wooden structures with roofs and that just down the street, these massive tents just past that some smaller uncovered patios and outside of the city, other restaurants are finding new ways to host diners. Coming out. Anything else at levitate gastro pub is equal a night out, looks a little different these days, a few tables out front. Ah, whole lot of empty ones on the inside and out back a recently covered patio. It's still Just barely, You know enough to get by older Eric Paschal says with New New Cove Cove in in 19 19 restrictions. restrictions. Business Business is is down down 80%, 80%, which which is is bad bad news news for for his his employees. employees. We We just just had had to to lay lay off off some some staff. staff. With With the the new new order order that that came came out out he's he's banking banking on on this this outdoor outdoor set set up up to to help help bring bring in in guests guests and and to to keep keep them them dry dry and and warm. warm. Just Just down down the the road road at at Vita Vita Bella Bella have have a a whole whole place place full full of of seats, seats, and and I I can't can't use it. It's time for an improvised to just past the lighted trees of 40 by 15 FT tent. It just went up. They're still putting the final touches on it. So this will be the same table cloth Blumen, Zwick says. This should seat up to 50 people. That's with the max of five people allowed per table. Normally, Thanksgiving evening is quite a bit of people. And of course, as you can see, you know you're limited to how many people you're going to get in here and even the tent. You're limited to how many seats that you have. At the end of the day? He just feels fortunate to have this space. And the opportunity. And that tent is one of six were told that the downtown is equal Association helped to fund for some of those restaurants and the running joke. We're hearing that some of these establishments is B y o. B. But in this case that means Bring your own blanket back to you. All right. Thank you. Cole. The last minute rush for Thanksgiving items has
Joe Biden reminds Americans "we're at war with a virus, not with each other"
"To the nation. President elect Joe Biden is urging Americans to have small gatherings into follow coronavirus guidelines promising America will win the war against Cove. It 19 know the country's growing weary of the fight. We need to remember. We're war with the virus. Not with one another, not with each other.
Seattle sees rise in COVID-19 cases ahead of Thankgivinng
"Are skyrocketing, and hospitals around the state are filling up. Public health. Seattle King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin says this is a catastrophe, his words waiting to happen. In a press briefing, he described the exponential growth of the Corona virus outbreak. It's I need to acknowledge that cases, hospitalizations continue to rise and King County at alarming rates. Our cases are doubling approximately every two weeks and we reached a new peak with approximately 700 new cases reported each day last week. That's nine times higher than what we saw in late September in about 3.5 times higher than the previous peaks. We saw In the summer and in the original outbreak in the spring, we had close to 900 cases reported on the 19th. We are also seeing a sustained increase in hospitalizations with our daily hospitalizations, increasing 3 to 4 fold compared to October. That's every day 3 to 4 fold More people being hospitalized in King County for the last three weeks we've seen between 101 160 people hospitalized per week. And that number was in the low fifties during most of November. We're also seeing a recent increase in hospitalizations among 80 year olds and older and among the 60 to 69 year old group over the past week, and this is very concerning trend for us, because as you know, Previously majority of our cases and hospitalizations have been in the younger and middle aged adults. Another worrisome sign increasing numbers of APP breaks in the size of outbreaks that we're managing in long term care facilities. We had approximately 61 outbreaks reported over the last four weeks compared to 30 in the prior four weeks. We're hearing the briefing from King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin. I would appreciate it if you could perhaps describe where we're at right now, with the increasing hospitalizations. And the leg of a few weeks before we unfortunately, see deaths increase. How bad might this get? Well, thank you for your question, Charlie. You know, like much of a covert 19. It's hard to predict precisely where we're headed. But all indicators Right now in King County suggests it's going to get very bad, particularly if people gather and significant ways over Thanksgiving or subsequently And if we don't do something differently now, we as you know, we've been asking, providing information and asking the public to limit their activities and take steps to prevent covert transmission for weeks now, yet we're still seeing a relentless rise in cases. That is now being followed by a significant rise in hospitalization, significant impacts on our health care system. So theoretically, you know, if we don't get this under control, what we can see is the hospitals filling up. That means they're at capacity, both in their critical care intensive care units and with the amount of staffing that they have cannot care for critically ill patients who absolutely need that otherwise. And I don't know how. Um how else I can express it. The that is about as bad as it gets with respect to, you know, the impact on our health care system. People not getting a life statement care that they need. And worse hearing about other hospitals and other parts of the country approaching that point now, so clearly, if the operate continues to progress, the way it's progressing that we will reach that point. I can't tell you precisely when that will happen, But we absolutely need to turn this around before then, that
Denver mayor travels for holiday after urging others to stay home
"Apology from the mayor of Denver for traveling after telling residents not to fly anywhere for Thanksgiving. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has been pleading with people in his city to avoid travel for Thanksgiving. Now it's known he flew off to Mississippi to celebrate the Holiday with his wife and daughter, Hancock, now releasing a statement, saying he apologizes to residents of Denver who see his decision is conflicting with the guidance to stay at home. He says he made his decision as a husband and a father and that he asks people to forgive decisions that are born out of his heart and not his head like Stone, ABC News
Seattle - Snohomish County deputy charged with child rape
"Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies accused of rape involving a teenage girl he met online. The Herald says 26 year old Anthony Zias has been charged with third degree rape and was placed on administrative leave in August. Charging papers say Zs met the girl on tinder Where is she used a fake name and claimed to be 19. Documents say she was 14 told police Js gave her alcohol. The rape charge was submitted Friday. Instead, Amish County Superior Court.
Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations surge in Seattle's King County
"A catastrophe his words waiting to happen. In a press briefing, He described the exponential growth of the Corona virus outbreak. I need to acknowledge that cases, hospitalizations continue to rise and King County at alarming rates. Our cases are doubling approximately every two weeks and we reached a new peak with approximately 700 new cases reported each day last week. That's nine times higher than what we saw in late September in about 3.5 times higher than the previous peaks. We saw In the summer and in the original outbreak in the spring, we had close to 900 cases reported on the 19th. We are also seeing a sustained increase in hospitalizations with our daily hospitalizations, increasing 3 to 4 fold compared to October. That's every day 3 to 4 fold More people being hospitalized in King County for the last three weeks we've seen between 101 160 people hospitalized per week. And that number was in the low fifties during most of November. We're also seeing a recent increase in hospitalizations among 80 year olds and older and among the 60 to 69 year old group over the past week, and this is very concerning trend for us, because as you know, Previously majority of our cases and hospitalizations have been in the younger and middle aged adults. Another worrisome sign increasing numbers of APP breaks in the size of outbreaks that we're managing in long term care facilities. We had approximately 61 outbreaks reported over the last four weeks compared to 30 in the prior four weeks. We're hearing a briefing from King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin. I would appreciate it if you could perhaps describe where we're at right now, with the increasing hospitalizations. And the leg of a few weeks before we unfortunately, see deaths increase. How bad might this get? Well, thank you for your question, Charlie. You know, like much of a covert 19. It's hard to predict precisely where we're headed. But all indicators Right now in King County suggests it's going to get very bad, particularly if people gather and significant ways over Thanksgiving are subsequently And if we don't do something differently, we as you know, we've been asking providing information and asking the public to limit their activities and take steps to prevent covert transmission for weeks now, yet we're still seeing a relentless rise in cases. That is now being followed by a significant rise and hospitalizations, significant impacts on our health care system. So theoretically, you know, if we don't get this under control, what we can see is the hospitals filling up. That means they're at capacity both in their critical care intensive care units and with the amount of staffing that they have cannot care for critically ill patients who absolutely need that otherwise, and I don't know how Also, I can express it. The that is about as bad as it gets. With respect to, you know, the impact on our health care system. People not getting a life statement care that they need and was hearing about other hospitals and other parts of the country Approaching that point now So clearly, if the operate continues to progress, the way it's progressing that we will reach that point. I can't tell you precisely when that will happen, But we absolutely need to turn this around before then, that Seattle King County Health Officer Dr Jeff Duchin, I'm Charlie, Harder come. O'Neal's Thank you, Charlie. Come on news time 509 we check in now, with Cuomo's Bill Swartz at the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk. The dogs replaced the cubes with the Utes
Dow fell 173 points today
"The Dow fell 173 points today. Meanwhile, the S and P was down six points while the NASDAQ was up by 57 points. Stocks headed mostly lower after the Labor Department said this morning that first time unemployment benefit claims unexpectedly increased by 30,000 last week. Traders also took in a flurry of other economic data today, the University of Michigan said that its consumer sentiment reading Fillmore than expected in November. Elsewhere, the Commerce Department released several reports today. New orders for US manufactured durable goods increased more than expected in the month of October, while third quarter GDP was left unrevised at a staggering 33%. And that is your money. Now. The news the
New home sales mostly unchanged in October
"Commerce Department said new home sales unexpectedly slow down during October. Those were down 3/10 of a percent to an annual rate of 999,000. That follows a modest climb of 1/10 of 1% in September. The figures falling short of economist estimates. They're expecting new home sales to jump by 1.1% to 970,000. The decline comes his new home sales dropped 2% in the South region and 1.5% in the West. New Home Sales in the Midwest, meanwhile, saw a substantial gain of 11% well, sales in the Northeast were up by 5%. That's your money now. Markets closed mixed The Dow
Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona has died
"That Tom was talking about for the Seattle Sounders no doubt are very, very good players, but I think they'd be the first to tell you they couldn't hold a candle to one of the world's all time greatest soccer stars whose died now three days of national mourning are decreed in Argentina. ABC is Mark Rimmel are reports Diego Maradona. The Argentine soccer Great, died Wednesday at the age of 60. He was a national hero after leading his country to the 1986 World Cup title. During which he scored one of the most famous goals in soccer history, known as the Hand of God. Songs were even written about it. In his later life, he struggled with the cocaine addiction and obesity. His rise from a poor, gritty barrio in Buenos Arias to a god like sports figure has left his country in morning. Marco Malard ABC News, Many local
Suspect arrested after man shot, critically wounded in Seattle-Tacoma airport
"Condition after a shooting near an apartment complex and see Tak yesterday after the shooting, King County sheriffs were involved in a standoff with the apartment building where it happened on South Center Boulevard. The person liked in the apartment held up for hours before eventually coming out. It's unclear what led up to the shooting in the first place, or if that person in the apartment was arrested.
Cuomo expects Thanksgiving celebrations to lead to more COVID-19 cases
"His briefing, reminding people that more than one third of all coronavirus cases have no accompany symptoms. He says you could still be capable of transmitting the coronavirus to everyone else in your household. You can't just assume because you have no symptoms that just you're safe. That's why the advice here in New York no more than 10. People celebrate but celebrate with your household. Another 778,000 Americans filed for first time jobless claims last week that's higher than the previous week. Signs, analysts say that the economy is slowing Once again with the surgeon cases this next hour, President
Biden is first candidate in U.S. history to surpass 80 million votes
"Presidential election than ever before. Nearly 154 million votes counted, President elect Biden, the first candidate to earn more than 80 million votes in a national election. Meantime, President Trump the only other candidate to get more than 70 million. Dr Anthony Fauci says he has
Seattle Seahawks prepare to face Philadelphia Eagles in Monday night game
"Miles Sanders very versatile explosive. He's got a lot of long place. She's he had a 70 yarder and 60 yarder. They have broken a lot of big plays. And that's why they're averaging over five yards of care, you know, is a team that Z amazing Seattle 5.5 Point favorites and that Monday night matchup we check sports attendant 40 past each hour. Traffic and weather of coming come on, whose time 9 11 11 Despite Despite Despite officials officials officials officials urging urging urging urging Americans Americans Americans Americans to to to to stay stay stay stay home. home. home. home. This This This This Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving today today today today could could could could be be be be one one one one of of of of the the the the busiest busiest busiest busiest travel travel travel travel
Struggling Seattle Gymnastics Academy hopes to be reclassified as low-risk
"Business owners aren't sure they can last long enough to see restrictions lifted, especially of closures pushed past December. Almost. Joel Marino has one example. Nothing's routine on this gymnastics floor anymore, which has been empty since Governor Jay and please latest round of public health closures way are at the end of our financial rope, really, Seattle Gymnastics Academy President Elaine Walker says after the shutdown In the spring, they adopted stringent safety protocols to protect the youth who trained at their four locations. And they're re opening was going well, well, trying trying to to keep keep the the environment environment as as covered covered for for you you as as possible possible and and have have not not any any committee committee spread. spread. At At this this point point in in any any of of our our facilities. facilities. Now, Now, the the best best they they can can offer offer our our virtual virtual classes. classes. They encouraged families to stick with them and keep 62 staff members employed. Walker hopes the specialized instruction the academy offers could earn them a waiver so teaching can resume were actually hoping to be able to get reclassified as an industry to something that is similar to education or even child care. It could be a long shot for a business that's been around for 40 years. Now he's counting the days they could stay afloat. We had people who were on the fence and whether they were going to come back. They watch. They saw what we're doing. And then they made the decision because they felt comfortable. Because of the protocols we have. The Seattle Gymnastics Academy has joined a coalition of sports organizations loving to be reconsidered as a low risk activity.
"komo t" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Yes not being in your head. Is the half the battle here. It's not that something's GonNa be funny or not be funny. It's actually being and committed to the interaction and being present to allow the conversation to move forward and we see this in clients all the time who try to work out this sort of Screenplay in their head of like I'm going to say this she's going to say that that I'm GonNa say this right and everyone's GonNa Laugh and then we're going to go on a date. Life doesn't work that way. Filmmaking doesn't work that right that's also putting people on a pedestal. And you get into just the industry in life in general you realize everybody's the same in everybody has their insecurities securities everybody has you know some sort of deep-rooted pain that they're trying to sort through every single day and once you realize that Kinda takes sort of out of everyone's hand yeah and and and certainly walking around feeling that pressure to be fun. Enough is difficult and Damian. That's why we run. The boot camps Improv is a great way to plug in and start working on your sense of humor and let go of what you think could be funny and not fun right. Yeah because you don't know until the audience laughs just one little point when add to this you are not broken because you think this way every guy on the planet has tried to figure out the best way of getting people to like him or getting girls to you engage in like him and you'll sit there for hours and hours and hours until you just give up and throw yourself into Rena and take shots. I I think in in you mentioned this earlier in a different answer I I think the hard part for a lot of people is they get so wrapped up in other people's opinions right realizing that that girl you're talking to. You doesn't know who you are. Nothing about your backstory knows nothing about how interesting you are. The only thing they're judging is your approach and that initial conversation and Response and the more present you are the more engaged in the conversation the better. It's going to go hands down every single time I agree I agree. I mean think about the people that you Respect the most or you strike them as the most confident they just fully embrace who they are so a lot of. It's not trying to put on and be we something that you're not you know if your awkward Goofy like rock with that like that's your thing you know. Yeah I have a frigging twelve year old face like I can barely grow facial official Harry now like this is. This is a lot of work right here in the making and it's like that's the boy is charmed. That's what it is. I don't try and go and like the tough guy live with tattoos and all this stuff. It's just you know rock what you got. Yeah play to your strengths definitely. Yes now. This is a question and I'm sure as a Young serve US achieved a lot of success this early in his career. It is a fine line. Dina's self assess the differs arrogance and confidence That's it's a good question. Actually I think being confident is knowing that you're the best but you don't have to feel the need to tell everybody all the time and you're humble humble confidence where it what's the phrase line doesn't go around telling everybody he's a lion that you just know right right absolutely and like Lebron doesn't need to go tell everybody is Lebron we know who yes and the reason you know because everyone else is taking care of that for you right if you're such a bad ass than everyone in the room is going to be talking about. How what a bad ass right right and then the other thing when I see this question though the first thing that came to my mind mine is why are you asking it? Are you trying to get some attention for yourself and you don't WanNa be come off as arrogant. Do you want to share some things things that you're excited about that you've accomplished and you don't want to be coming off as arrogant. That was my first thought and there is nothing wrong with padding yourself back when celebrating your wins as long but know that those those winds are there for those moments and you should to be focused on the next challenge. I think it's confidence is a belief in yourself. Arrogance is the comparison to other people right. And you're always yet exactly that you're you're when you move with arrogance you are constantly putting yourself as if you're better than somebody right. Arrogance is the judgment of others. Confidence is a belief in yourself. So if you find yourself judging other people's performance trolling them on and being harshly. Critical of other people putting them. Am Down to feel better. That's really when we're arrogant right. Confidence is a belief in yourself. An unbelievable things will work out and that you have the experience in the past of it working out. That's where we're we're building off of and it's when we're tearing people down when we're comparing other people and and looking at ways that we are better than them that's where we start to become arrogant right and you know it's it's really interesting at least from what I've observed over the last couple of years is that It seems like the the people that just came into. You know a little bit of money or just come into a little bit of success tend to be the more arrogant types and they tend to be the ones who are the most flash either by the car's doing all these things all the people that I I know personally in my life that are incredibly successful incredibly successful for musicians to real estate moguls. Yada Yada Yada. They're all the most down to Earth. Humble simple will kind human beings you say to yourself. Why like? That's what that's what it is like. I don't tear people down exactly. Humility opens far more doors ores than arrogance of course and the more flashy you are and the more that you are hourly self comparing and an advertising how much better you are than other people. The less opportunity. You're you can have of course one hundred percent and here's the thing you may not realize it but when you leave the room as someone who's arrogant people are talking and word gets out and people don't WanNa work with someone and who's arrogant rose willing to tear other people down and that's really for me you know I was labeled as it just for being quiet and sometimes when you're introverted and quiet. People people assume oh he sees naturally judging not realizing that. Hey there's an internal struggle going on in lacking in confidence so I think as you start to build confidence you you start to realize that. The comparison to others is not really relevant. You don't know their backstory. You don't know where they are on the cup or the come down. Whatever the case may be an end behind every success story story? Exactly your point. There's there's deep pain their turmoil their struggle. You may not see it and certainly social media isn't the best place to see it. Yeah but it's happening whether you want to believe it or not. The last one today is from Hans. One of our alums. If most of your friends are in their mid life looking at you johnny settled down do. Do you have any good ideas to spice up the get together. So they're more fun in in an elegant and charming way and I talked a little bit about this. You know certainly a lot of our guys coming through whether it's a relationship that ended divorce or just a change in their career and now they're in a new position They find themselves sort of unplugged from their friends and and looking for opportunities to make things fun and exciting to get people interested So what are some ideas that we can give Hans here to help Pam Have some more fun and get in. have his friends get together in a way that Maybe allows them to feel more comfortable. Well you know. Ask them what they want to do what they're interested in. I mean if they're settling down there's probably good reasons for that. They have children. Their lives are becoming more structured. They WanNa make sure that they can engage in their own life to the best of their abilities as they're getting older and so it's harder and harder for those people able to just take time off which you might have done in the old days rather easily but you know asking. I'd like to hang out with you. What can can we do this week? That would make it easier for us to spend some time together would certainly help with that. I think experience base as well like doing something new finding some adventure exploring lorraine a new part of town or even a new board game something that talking about spicing up like everyone as they olders exactly that gets stuck in a Rut a routine and and especially if you have kids you're balancing work in a family. It's easy to lose touch with the silly playful childlike state so having those opportunities building experiences experiences that allow people to learn new skills. Try New food experience. Something New Sihanouk part of town and of course that creates memories to this. Last question came from insects and Sexually Charlie asks last year I went through pretty major health scare at a young age and it made me realize that I've been wasting my life dude anxiety so I'm looking to gain confidence in myself and take more risk risk like starting my own business or asking for help from my tutor for my union degree. The last few weeks I've been listening to motivational speakers and feel more con- and feel more content with myself but I was wondering what else a young and raw young man can do to get things moving to start building that confidence. It's great that maybe you wake up and you listen to some Jacka willing can fire yourself up or maybe listen to age. Ain't Johnny at the art determine get inspired but there's only so much of that you can do the best best way to to learn and to fire self up and to gain. Confidence is to go out and do it certainly will. We've been speaking about today. Especially Sean as he puts it young and raw and a lot of it is just doing it and we were talking earlier about this like being insecure in a intimidating the word you used and sometimes the intimidation factor of doing something kind of just stops you from doing it now becomes overarching overbearing thing. So you just chip away. Just start small and keep working from there. The other thing about it is I think a lot of people think this idea of being inspired or being motivated as something that you find and it comes from inside. It's a it's a drive that you are engaged with that you already have. It's just whether or not you want to spar are with it. You don't wait to get motivated to go to the gym. You go to the gym motivated and habits come into play here right so looking at building out habits. Abets that lead to your goal is more important than trying to find the motivation or hope that confidence strikes and every single day you Jim. You're putting a little more weight on. That's building confidence tonight. One day you go in and you're setting your personal bests are not one day you go in and naturally. The film has made every single day as we heard your student of the craft. You're watching other modeling other people and then you're going and try and do it yourself You get some good feedback you start realizing. Hey things are working then. The confidence starts. It's all baby saps just break get down to small things but I get it like you always just want to. You know do a lot quickly. That's the other thing too like I. Fortunately have time on my side because I started so young so I never had to. I've never been in a place where you know older in life and being like Oh shit I wasted at I so yeah I guess you just put in the time whatever it is. We mentioned some of your projects. Where can our listeners? Find out more about exciting work. You've done Definitely so it's in a couple of different places but if you just Google Youtube twitter my name Matt Komo. That's my handle for pretty much everything so yeah to go check out YouTube instagram. And you find most the stuff there and get excited for the premiere I know. Yeah gotTA GOTTA finish the film but we're getting there fantastic joining the questions. Of course. Of course thank the grabbing..
"komo t" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"I I can understand on the post and how troubling I can be an I O. We were in a a shoot for one of my projects. It was a band and one of the guys in the band had handed the the guy who's putting the video together. Impose them when he was editing thing. Two pages of shots that he wanted to see of him in in the video and I was like Oh my God. He's like he does know this the three minute song and Lake and he just threw them out but it was just one of those things like really like do do that is for me. I can understand. There's things that you would hope. Make it into the cut right. Sure but to sit down and write out two pages ages of shots of yourself that you would like to see is. I don't know if you deal with this but Wesley asked how. How do I stop procrastinating? I mean how bad do you want whatever you want paying. Yeah the why of why you're doing it and if you really want something bad enough you'll just. There is no procrastination procrastination. You just go you know do it. Yeah the motivation. The willpower all becomes a lot easier. So asking yourself I. If you've identified what you're procrastinating on asking. He yourself why why is something. That's intimidating me or I'm not getting to and then of course the the flip side of that is. Do you have the time to actually get it done on right now and you know time management is also a part of it. I think I've certainly struggle with procrastination and it's usually stuff that I'm not good at So I know it's going to take a lot more my time. It's going to be more frustrated right which I'm the same way sometimes where I feel like if I don't know something super well sometimes this even the thought of I'm doing it is like it's more intense than just actually doing the thing because I don't know it is Intimidating is a good word. I know for myself when it comes comes to reading. I don't WanNA start a book and not be able to finish it so that will usually keep me from getting into it. I've now since as as I've gotten older like if if you're just a like it just put it down right you don't need to force yourself through this thing right but yeah that that always made made me procrastinate in the past. I think it's also again getting a deeper y. There's a level of self sabotage next month talking. Judy Ho wrote a book on self sabotage. But in general. Especially if you've started something but you can't see it all the way through right there's some self sabotage going on. They're like why do I not want to get this thing published while doing now and hit post. Why do I not actually want to get this out? I think a lot of people are afraid of other people's opinions and you put out something that is you through ruin through whether it's a book Song Film and the thought of someone saying something bad about it is terrifying for a lot of people Kuwait. How do you deal with that because because nobody who criticizes me is doing more than I am? That's an incredible thing and and I hope for context of the young on kids who are listening to us to to put that in quotes. Write that down somewhere but on on top of that we. What is the one thing that you do? When you're seeing one of your friends friends doing things that you wanna be doing? You immediately go to wherever they're creating and you hope and you try with the nasty comments so that you're like see he. I knew he couldn't do. It could happen but then if you engage in that sort of behavior when it comes to your time to raise your hand and and put something out there going to be thinking about is the negativity that goes along with that. Because that's what you've engaged right that's true and you know most people that are in the the the ring with you so to speak and putting stuff out and actually you know creating There's a mutual respect for everybody you know and yeah you might get a cheap shot from somebody who's also working as well and could just be like a jealousy thing but for the most part like the criticism online just comes from people who probably wish that they were. We're doing whatever they're watching. Is You know. Yeah I think in general. It's a lot easier to tear down the news to build of course in every we're talking about here it takes a team. It takes hours and hours months and months of work to put together to have that finished product and it's just so easy to pick apart one little thing. Yeah you just see the you know the tip of the Iceberg Berg so to speak and a Lotta Times too. 'cause I you know I'm not You know I get negative comments on my staff. Not Too much but I definitely do in a lot of times. I just say to myself will you if you can really do it better and you know how to do it than just show me do it. Now I love to see it and I had Mike. I'm not I don't have an ego about out like always being right or anything like that. Always listen if you know. It's a valid point is coming from a valid sources. Yeah show me why or how I could have done a better and do you have of any sort of comparison envy when you compare with other artists and creatives out there of course. Yeah Yeah I do without a lot because I work with a lot of incredibly incredibly incredibly successful people all the time And they're all really young around my age. Maybe a little bit older twenty seven twenty eight and of course you compare yourself off because it's so strange because you know a lot of people probably look at me and think I'm a successful euro is Kinda just like benchmarking yourself. Yeah I think pushing yourself and maybe you can speak to this a little bit you know. Obviously there's no top of the mountain now like you. Ah you see the next project. The next thing in front of you and it's great to hear that from you because a lot of our audience exactly that looks at everything in your body of work and I was like. Oh my God. He's he's crushing and he's killing it. He's made it and of course there's going to be that level of all I want more in. Oh my God. These other people are creating stuff that I want to be creating two and that balance silence. So do you find yourself in situations where that that comparison leads to some negative self talk or some self doubt. And how do you you. How do you deal with that? Yeah I would be lying if I said I didn't doesn't like affect me or you know I am a completely immune to negative self talk but I don't know you know. We all have our different journeys and paths and you know they might be in our seasonal life. Where they destruct gold and and that might become informed me again you know in a couple of years from now next week? Who knows so you? Just tell yourself okay. We'll what are like the actual variables that you can control troll and it's you know how hard you're working you know how talented and skillful you are at your craft. It's how well you treat people and then the rest kind of just. Yeah you just gotTa throw your hands up. What's going to happen is going to happen right? But it's gotta be published. It's got to be out there for things to happen. Yeah exactly that's the most help on hard-drive to sit in their exactly got a questionnaire from Luke says he was raised in a poor community in my understanding of what is possible personally and professionally is pretty limited head now that I'm educated and live in a city filled with opportunities. How do you decide what I want? And how to get it when I have no frame of reference and obviously as is your careers taken off. I'm assuming the the big GIG in the beginning was GOPRO. Then you've athlete bad and now it's like how do you open up yourself to that world a possibility and figure out. What's next I think you just you do things that excite you because even I don't really necessarily know what's around the corner a year? Now you know. I have a a gauge of where I want. WanNa be but I kind of yeah go by like the things that fulfil me and excite me like doing the film for example is if a very fulfilling thing and I kinda just you know we were talking about earlier out things. Just don't make sense like doing this. Film makes zero sense completely self funded. It's a ton of money. It's a time suck. I'm giving giving up music videos and directing campaigns for commercials if he would have so. It really doesn't make sense but it's what I I know is going to fulfill me in excites me so I do it so raising that level of self awareness and really listening to your intuition and this this. I don't know who this person is. But this person when they were our You know living in the poor community or wherever they're from they obviously had aspirations to get out of there and they are out of there now right so I would just have them ask themselves elves when you a daydream about where you wanted to be. What were those things and then just get in tune without again and have you had any mentorship along the way? 'cause I feel like this is definitely a situation where Luke could use as a mentor. Who has experienced that and has a frame of reference that he could draw from I talked to my dad. A Lot. Dad Is Someone like look up to a ton and good businessman and just through and through very level headed with a lot of things but as far as like a formal mentor in like my industry. Now I haven't had had anyone probably should but it'd be nice. We've carved your own way. Yeah Damian asked basically I struggle a lot with initiating and maintaining conversations especially with the opposite. OPPOSITE-SEX I kind of get stuck and start to filter out things. That would not be fun enough. This makes the interaction much more awkward and difficult for me How do you gauge how to initiate a conversation patients someone in a social environment? And if it's going well Do you have those situations. Have you struggle at all so feel free. Alco Matt Nice to meet you like even if they don't even know you are you're in a weird spot and then just get them talking about what they like. Yeah sure enough. They'll talk the whole time. I was really good conversation. You know like I didn't say a word find yourself. Would you describe yourself as an extrovert or intimate. Both I guess I can. I can switch it on or off what it is. I I like my alone time and I like creating alone but then I also like to go out and have fun and be with friends and the both I guess. Yeah I think in general enroll you you realize the time and place for both right being creative you have to retreat. Figure it out for yourself and then also knowing what the career takes to get to the next level that network you have to be building you have to be able to be extroverted as well right right allies. Those opportunities are not going to present themselves. I would also you know. It's through this question. It you could see the Damian also extremely analytical writing. He's stopping himself because because he wants to figure out whether or not what he's about to say is going to be interesting enough or fun enough and if he continues to think in that manner and he's going to let a lot a lot of things a lot of opportunities just roll past and so he's going to have to learn to speak up and of course we talk about this in our workshops. It's all the time and and we even put together Improv workshops for for this very thing so that you can let loose use of your anxiety. What's going to be fun and what isn't going to be fun because you're sitting there thinking about it you don't really know and how and this is the same thing about creating hating if you're not putting it out there? How do you know what you have and what people are going to enjoy true true? Sorry good well what you were saying earlier right. Hey Yeah Matt. It's being present..
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"Episode. WE HAVE MATT COMA MO- with US MATT is a filmmaker and creative director. He's traveled the world shooting videos often on an extremely tight schedule. Matt used to be the head of social content. Wanted over at Gopro where many of you probably recognize his videos. And if you've seen chain smokers closer video which currently sits at two point five billion views on youtube you. He's helped make that one as well. So we're looking forward to talking about leadership in a very creative but also high stressful environment for him. Welcome to the show Matt. Thank you so much for joining today. Thank you for having me. Yeah obviously we talked a little bit about your age and and being a young men but having created some videos that have gotten tremendous views to plus billion views of music videos etc.. How did you get started in finding your passion and being filmmaker? It started pretty early on probably when around thirteen or fourteen. I picked up a camera for the first time. It was nothing really serious. I was my parents old like little handicapped like cannon camera and it's just something that I enjoy joy doing and kind of just stuck with it and here we are. What was your first video? You remember got it was like this really really bad skateboard video out in my parents cold a sack in Orange County. Johnny is absolutely trash. But I feel like that's where a lot of US started filming. Some sort of activity of ourselves skated right right and I certainly remember the camera that I had to film are skating. Bits and it was probably a little bit larger than the one that you were working with. Probably just deck echina- damn straight and of course putting together massive projects like that. It takes a certain level of confidence and being able to step into roles that at i can be a little intimidating so how you developed your confidence especially in your creative vision. I think Practice practice definitely helps a ton. I like live and breathe film every single day and study the craft like no other so when it comes to actually executing on somethin' thin. It's just feels like an another day. You know obviously there's pressure to paint on how big the project is but anything you've been doing for a long time it Kinda I dunno Not that I'm numb to it. But it's like another at bat if you know a pro baseball player same thing. I'm getting your your start with skating and music videos is Spike Jones. Somebody that you had studied looked up too much not really to be completely honest. I know I would say that though. I look up to people like Christopher for Nolan. He's like my number one main inspiration Scorsese Spielberg all of those guys. I do like Spike Jones. I think his work is incredible. And and when you're starting out obviously doing videos on the side and getting going it's one thing but when you're actually asked to shoot a music video get buy Brian. At a young age was the most intimidating situation you walked into and how to deal with unlike the music video side or just in general just in general as you've sort of started career and now reached this level. There's gotta be projects in the beginning where you were a little overwhelmed and intimidated kickoff. I'd probably say oh I worked for GOPRO FOR AWHILE OIL. I don't know how much you guys like studied bef- before sort of looked anything but that was probably I was really intimidating to start as I left college and I worked at Gopro for almost three years like two years and eight months to be exact and that was nerve wracking because I was twenty one and was on the social team there yet. I don't know you just have like a blind confidence. I guess in it that you that you trust. You know what you're doing and it's all like you know measured risk so to speak in. Take a calculated decision on on something. And you hopefully you don't you don't feel with it so with Gopro and and obviously landing that gig walk us through a little bit of how that came to be Gotcha. So I went to right before that I went. The Film School for four years owns a Chapman University. A study film production emphasized and cinematography. Cy already had a film background schooling and then go pro was just a company that I always wanted to be a part of a group. Like you mentioned skating snowboarding. All that stuff so it was a very good culture fit for me and I actually applied for an internship and didn't get the internship then I applied for a job and actually didn't get the job was for like their ski and Snowboard Department and then a little bit of luck in the universe kind of aligned itself with my resume got on the director of social at the time in front of her and she gave me a call and didn't interview and you know a month later. I'm I'm working there. That's kind of how that ended up happening. So not giving up is a big part of it kind of yeah. I actually just talking about this the other day with somebody and yet it didn't really view them as failures or Like it wasn't for me. I kind of just see I kept trying and ended up working out and thank God. It changed my whole life. Yeah and coming out of that. What was the first really a big exciting project for you? Oh my God within a week of me leaving by Shah et music video for the chain. Smokers called everybody. Hates me with a good buddy of mine name Rory He. He directed it Longtime collaborator sat was probably the most exciting thing and that was like a week or something after Gopro. How'd you get connected with the chain smokers through my friend? Murray Roy's another great videography filmmaker director type. And he was touring with them way back in two thousand fourteen or fifteen. I've I've been a big change. Chain smokers fans for a long time and yet kind of just threw threw him and now we're all really good friends. Was that their holiday party last night in good. Yeah you've worked with them on a number refrigerants. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's to be exciting especially with their career trajectories. Well it's been a lot of like right place right time for for me and hopefully that keeps happening. 'cause that's like the part that you can't really predict it's good. It's been good typically. There's a lot of hard work behind that yet. Doors Open and I know we've asked before when we've talked to creatives and we are certainly amateur filmmakers as you can see from our stream but how do you deal with that seeking seeking perfection knowing when to release it and not getting hung up and and ultimately getting projects out there to get viewed I struggle with that a lot because I definitely Over Index on the quality side versus quantity and the system of digital media doesn't Reward that you know. It's it's quantity driven business and and you always need to be putting something out to stay relevant but then I just for me personally like the the quality and to answer your question I kinda just had like a sense when I know that it's ready to go and then I also self aware to know. Okay I am. I being too much of a perfectionist in like is this ninety percent of the way there we can get this out and it's just as good insist being aware of that fine line and you're always trying to to dance on right you know and developing that sense. A lot of our audience has thought about about. Creating content is thought about entrepreneurship or trying things and a lot of times being perfectionists. They get in their own way and sabotage right. How did you develop that spidey sense? I put out actually the contradict. Exactly what I said I did put out a lot for a while and you just know what ends up working. I mean you guys are artists in your own right and anything you guys is probably working on. You're probably just you just know like this. So the audience response to sort of guided you over the years And especially when you show the film or whatever you're working under somebody in person what's find remark woolas people kind of react very similarly to like certain parts within the film or video or whatever verdict. You can kind of gauge it. That way too. So you're looking at their response. Their body language. What moments are really captivating for them? Do you ever feel as if you're an old soul when it comes to filmmaking. Because of quote you mentioned that one of your here's was of course has yeah. You can look at any of those shots that care that was put in each rite aid. Seen it I mean there's a portrait that is going on especially in a lot of those barroom scene right so you know it's it's it's it's painstakingly put together then not manner. Yeah I I would definitely say. I'm an old soul and I do I care about the craft of it and I don't you know put out of it is just for the sake of blowing up on social media media anything like that and that's incredibly apparent just through the type of content that I make is kind of what I do doesn't make any practical sense. Things take way too long. Cost too much money and anyone who's Sensible would be like this is not worth the time but for somebody who is an artist and filmmaker like it it is worth the time and you just ask yourself what you actually want to be known for and you just want to put in you know not garbage. But he's putting these you know half half ass things things out into the into the world or do you actually want to focus and make something meaningful and you know. Hopefully the fewer things that you do are more impactful when people see it. I think you said the word right there. That has the way you view it right which was which is first and foremost your artist. That's what you're there to do. And there's a part of you that has to be into what you're doing and excited for what you're doing and at the end of that result happy about the time and and what you've put into it and regardless of WHO's who's going to see it it needed to be done and I think that's the that's the artist in you that's will always need to have that quell before. Who how many the people see it on social media right exactly? And that's what's tough 'cause Y- the vanity metrics of everything. It's it's in one hand. It's it's great great 'cause it's self validated in another hand. It's like okay if you don't if you do something and it doesn't perform well you know that's also hard on an artist too absolutely and of of course working on projects in balancing the creative side and the business side right or deadlines. There are budgets that you have to hit. Or how do you find the Balance Salvi dealt with it it when it's been really high stress especially at a young age just get it done i. I don't really yeah it. Just get it done and I have have I do have like is hard to get stuff out in a reasonable time like. Don't get me wrong. I see it being a creative on. Any deadline is is incredibly difficult. But then you just oh you do have to say to yourself okay like the this is the box it. It's put in. Just do the best you can. You know I So I kind of just like live by that. I'm always trying to do the best in whatever box budget time line than a man and do you ever feel like there are times especially when you've had to be now in a a leadership role where it's not just the project view and Cameron skateboard right teams of people. How do you go about getting by on your creative vision and getting people to help you execute executed? I answer that in two parts because it's different now than it was back then 'cause earlier nobody knows who you are now on the come come up late. Yeah it's really really difficult so the easiest way around is you just do stuff for free for people and there's no expectation and you become reliable and and then all of a sudden you know people will start buying into your vision the once you have a string of successes and you keep it going then people will start to listen and like that's Kinda the point that our our you know. I have a lot of trust from a lot of different musicians brands and the listen now I get it. It's it's very hard when you're just started out so definitely understanding how the the system works essentially that and you gotta put out content. I if no one's watching your content. You're not able to build build those relationships and seems like now allow the projects you're working on opportunities are are happening through the network. You've Bello of the warriors is all relationships one hundred percent. And what's been your approach to building relationships like a big person Yeah just be kind to people be good person..
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"All right the last show of twenty twenty and I would say it's been a fun year here at the art of charm right Johnny. It's certainly has. I've been putting together our top ten list to go out the social media of the air and if you at home have your favorites shooter. Mattis at twitter. It'd be great to have your input on this. As I make my way through it. We have certainly had well. We had fifty four episodes and there was quite a lot to go through. So I'm going to need your help and also tweet at us who you want on the show. Oh we would love to hear tweeted us tag a minute and let's see if we can make it happen for you guys that's right. You can find us on twitter and Instagram at the art of charm. Or if there's any topics you want to hear US cover in the New Year we are all ears you can find their on social and of course it is the holidays Ivan enjoying a little bit of a break here here. I have my fiance. Amy's family in town and it's always fun having people visit in La. 'cause I feel like you get outside of your neighborhood and you actually see more of the city you certainly do. And it's it's certainly a large enough place where you can go somewhere every day and practically be in another country now if you follow the show at all you know that a lot of our guests are very successful. They're older we talk about their journey. I'm excited about today's guest because he's younger and for our audience who is younger. It's great to hear his story about hearing now being turned down perseverance. and carving out a tremendous filmmaking career thus far one of the interesting think things that I've noticed for myself during this interview was the style that he had brought with him release lead me to just from his youth for being as young as he is following his dreams. I couldn't help it go there that I always found myself sort of in those moments were on the dad downright alright in moments where I'm like completely out of touch and there's there's some funny moments on this show and there was some funny moments behind the scenes where just hanging out with that. It was definitely telling me my age. We'll say it's great having that youthful energy and I know it got me fired up for creating some content so we're going to dig into that. Of course. Welcome back to the art of charm. podcasts where we bring you tips and strategies on how to better connect socially boost your emotional intelligence login and of course navigate social behavior to crush and business love and life imagine having a mix of experienced mentors teaching you their expertise packing decades of research testing and of course those tough lessons will dig into today into a concise curriculum each and every week. I'm Jay and I'm Johnny now. Not only we've been.
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"The. KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up on. Komo kingdom hall attacked. I'm Carleen Johnson. Fire has destroyed a place of worship in Thurston county. It's one o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg. A rocky week on Wall Street is coming to a close at the closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average is down about five hundred fifty points following Tuesday's plunge of nearly eight hundred points in a smaller yesterday. Today's drop followed the latest jobs report, showing US employers added one hundred fifty five thousand positions last month, which is fewer than economists project predicted jobs report, I think is kind of what the market needed in that it came in. Yes. A little bit lower than expectations. But not too far where you're like. The economy's falling apart JJ kina hand is the chief market strategist at TD Ameritrade. It's been a day of proposed changes to the Trump administration and the Pentagon this morning. President Trump announces nomination of State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert to be the next US ambassador to the United Nations and William bar is the next attorney general President Trump's pick to be the next attorney general William bar has remained neutral on the legitimacy of Robert Muller's Russia probe, but he did take issue with the political affiliations of those on Muller's team. Borrowed the Washington Post in July of two thousand seventeen that prosecutors who make political contributions are identifying fairly strongly with a political party ABC's. Karen Travers, sources, tell ABC news. President Trump also is expected to name. General Mark milley the next chairman of the joint chiefs of staff Milly currently as the army chief of staff, the gloves have come off in the long simmering fight between the president and his former secretary of State Rex Tillerson. President Trump tweeting that former secretary of State Rex Tillerson was quote, dumb as a rock, and I couldn't get rid of him fast enough in the Tillerson was lazy as hell that tweet responding to Tillerson telling an audience that Mr. Trump was undisciplined doesn't like to read and just kind of says, this is what I believe. Tillerson also saying he would often tell Mr. Trump he couldn't do something because it would break the law Andy Field ABC news, Washington back to Wall Street. The NASDAQ lost two hundred nineteen points today. That's more than three percent. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. Komo news time one oh two. I'm Taylor van Cise top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Just developing a fourteen year old is now under arrest after threats were made against several schools in university place. The sheriff's office says the teen who was a student at Curtis junior high school, acted alone and the threats were not credible. He faces charges of a threat to bomb or injure a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall in Lacey burned down this morning. Komo's Carleen Johnson has the latest kingdom hall on sixth and carpenter was going up in flames. When the first cruise and police arrived around three forty this morning. We recognized the.
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"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville. The Northwest's only twenty four hour. News station drumming up after ABC news. A Seattle man charged with a hate crime in Los Angeles. I'm Charlie harder with the story all that. And a whole lot more including what the huskie men's basketball team. Did it's coming up with. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. President Trump took to Twitter to lambast General Motors day after the automaker announced massive layoffs closings of five North American assembly plants in a tweet the president says he's disappointed in GM's decision to close plants in Ohio. Michigan in Maryland, saying the US save General Motors, and quote, this is the thanks. We get Trump and said his administration is looking into cutting federal subsidies for the company that however would likely require an act of congress the plant in Lordstown Ohio is one of the chopping block. Dave green is president of the United Auto Workers local and wants to know about the president's campaign promises to save US manufacturing. I have a member who. Has been pretty adamant about that that he he voted for President Trump, and this and now feels like, you know, those promises were made in those promises were broken Republicans. Cindy, Hyde Smith will stay is Mississippi's. Second Republican Senator in a racially charged runoff election, Hyde Smith bested Mike Espy, then President Clinton's first agriculture secretary. The US continues to lose young people in Afghanistan and the deadliest attack this year. Three US personnel were killed when a roadside bomb. Blast hit their armored vehicle. ABC's Ian panel who's covered the eighteen year war says things are not going as well as often portrayed. Every time you go there, you hear the pulse to tone from the military that they all making progress that things are turning that training more troops. Things are going in the right direction but repeatedly the evidence on the ground flies in the face of that. It has delighted kids and adults of all ages..
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"Komo news team is performed exams on the carcasses of two more sea lions that washed up in west Seattle this week. They found that they were shot just like two others that washed up recently. Komo's Steve McCarron has the latest from the team trying to learn more about the depths of the sea lion. Spanning they're looking at one light and one day the heartbreaking contrast cut Conley's, I on his daily trip to the shores of west Seattle to exercise a seal taking a break on the dock just feet away from a team of investigators as they try to figure out how this California sea lion. Die for that many to be showing up in this area is quite unusual. Casey mclean. Veterinary tech with the research group s are three as part of a team that's trying to figure out why it's happening. They brought this see line to a nearby boat launch to look for signs of parasites disease or wounds. Mcclain, by the way, says the Dead Sea lions, even though shot have something to teach us about their environment. The Oregon department officiant wildlife now is giving a green light to trap and kill certain sea lions they are trying to protect the fish. The sea lions are going after on the Willamette river experts. Have nothing is done the salmon and steelhead. There could go extinct. The sea lions are targeted near the fish ladder at the lamb it falls. The fish and wildlife department of Oregon can only remove ninety three sea lions per year. And only if they've stayed within a certain distance of the fish ladder for two days shocking. New video we have at KOMO news dot com show, someone throwing a molotov cocktail at a garage. In puyallup. It happened a week ago on one hundred eighth avenue east. The Pierce county. Sheriff's office says the seventy three year old woman was inside at the time. Investigators now looking for the person who threw that explosive. The homeless crisis continues in Seattle and King County. Mary's place kicked off a fundraiser called nochildsleepsoutside. Komo's Suzanne fog gives us a closer look at who's backing the camp..
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"Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. So just finished up talking with the state patrol about conditions around the area. And we don't have any collisions or blocking trouble-spots things are moving. Very well. Of course, we have very low volume right now I five northbound though, we do have the lane reductions for the weekend Boeing access road as you're headed north into Seattle all the way to pine street and highway ninety nine southbound between the battery street tunnel in the west Seattle bridge that's going to be closed through the weekend for some roadwork. As well. Your next report at one four by Mike conkland, KOMO news. Hi, everybody are October weekend is here, and it is going to be fantastic. We're going to hang onto loads of risk guy insent shine after the patchy morning fog, temperatures, initially in the forties. So rather chilly at first, but eventually back into the sixties to near seventy here in western Washington. More of the same deep into next week. In fact, no rain in sight until at least next weekend. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Now, your KOMO consumer tip. Here's herb Weisbaum. Sometimes we can learn from other's mistakes. A consumer reports survey found that eighteen percent of its members who filed an insurance claim last year after hurricane Harvey Irma or the California wildfires were under insured that can be a serious problem. When your house is a total loss. Kevin Brian is president of the northwest insurance council. It actually happened surly frequently in as many as three out of five homes. They find out after a loss that they don't have enough insurance to rebuild it through the cost of building materials labor rather than ensuring for the actual cash value. The amount of would cost. Replace the house, minus depreciation you may want to consider full replacement coverage era couple of kinds one is called extended replacement cost which is a certain percentage above your policy limit. And then there's guaranteed replacement costs, which covers rebuilding your home..
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"Komo news time is eight zero three. I'm Tom Ackerman alongside Debby Monterey and Boeing has landed another defense contract worth billions of dollars and thousands of jobs in Saint Louis web. Traffic and weather together at eight ten Boeing's plant in Saint Louis will likely be humming through the twenty thirty s thanks to a new air force contract. Boeing and Saab had been awarded the air force's contract to build new t x aircraft up to four hundred seventy five of them as the air force looks to replace the t thirty eight supersonic jet as its main training tool. Valerie incentive in air warfare. Reporter for defense. News says Boeing hasn't yet confirmed the work will be done in Saint Louis, but it's a good bet that it will be see them burning this out to you know, say Seattle or anywhere else. You know, this is a place where there is a legacy of Dylan tactical aircraft in expertise and Boina's green to want to nurture that and keep that really Boeing is. Expected to make that announcement once the ten day protests period is over the contract could be worth up to nine point two billion dollars. At it. Also includes an order for ground based simulation systems, Alex bagman. Newsradio eleven twenty km awakes compete, and we can win we need to just do more regional chamber. President Tom chew says a win like this helps the Saint Louis brand especially with other companies in advanced manufacturing other businesses across the country begin to notice this Saint Louis should be might be a place that we need to consider move our business or expand our business. And what about other opportunities that might come along with this companies that support Boeing there's gonna be a lot of technological innovation that comes out of this so exceleron and other start-up be taking a look at Saint Louis because they may have technology that will become part of the manufacturing process. Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio eleven twenty KOMO ex. Well, this political ad is running heavily we endorse. President trump. And Claire.
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"Komo komo's seth wayne going for a mix of clouds the day this deep marine layer going to stick with us through much of the morning at into the afternoon with high temperatures in the low seventies where we'll see mostly sunny skies mid sixty s on your friday we're going with chances to morning drizzles saturday otherwise we're calling for a mostly to partly cloudy weekend ahead all good morial day on monday i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center right now in downtown seattle we have cloudy skies it's fifty six komo news time eight oh six some people don't have electricity in south everett this morning more than six thousand two hundred people all because of an equipment failure the snohomish county pd is working to get the lights back on they hope to have everyone back on line by nine thirty the man accused in a cold case murder of jennifer bastion is back in wash washington robert washburn has been booked into the pierce county jail could appear in court today he's charged with first degree murder in the nineteen eightysix killing of bastion in tacoma police arrested washburn in illinois earlier this month after he willingly gave a dna sample that matched evidence on the victims bathing suit a little bit more about a homeless man in seattle whose identity has been a mystery his court appointed guardian tells us they finally learned his name he's sixty seven years old he's from renton and he's a military veteran the guardian also says they managed to track down his sister who's been looking for him since the nineteen eighties the man has been known as kenny kenny and he was in the hospital for several months after being treated for frostbite under the current legal system he couldn't leave the hospital until his guardian learned his real name they're not revealing the real name to us.
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