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The economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Seattle

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05:52 min | 5 months ago

The economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Seattle

"Cast your mind back. I remember talking with you soon after the pandemic started. And you were describing looking out of your window and seeing hardly anybody on the street where what. He's seeing right now today. Well we have more activity than that there. There are some office. Workers are back that are back of course essential workers. There are things that are open today that we're not open a month ago. Museums like the seattle art museum and wing luke The pike place market has been just a great bright spot through all of this. They've never closed. They've had to adjust plenty. So that's a note of activity and usually it's a lot of tourists there. It's mostly locals that are coming from other neighborhoods in seattle downtown. So there's activity downtown. But we sure want more genders more activity but still i mean. The pandemic did take a major toll on downtown businesses. Can you give us a nutshell. Just what happened over the last year. Yes we all know. Downtowns are all about bringing people together and in a pandemic to stay apart for good reason so this pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on urban areas in our country and downtown seattle. Certainly and so. We've had one hundred sixty small businesses that have permanently closer restaurants and retailers office. Occupancy has been below twenty percent over the last couple of months of folks who are showing up at least a few days in their office during the week. Hotel occupancy is still hovering at twenty percent or below in some weeks and our major venues arts culture performance live music venues have have been shuttered for the most part throughout this period so this has been devastating economically to our downtown into downtown's across the country because when you're all about bringing people together a pandemic has significant impact on on how you function and that's what we've seen john. We are still dealing with this pandemic. we haven't turned a corner quite yet but it does seem that most adults who want a vaccine will be able to get one in the next few months. What could that mean for. The future of downtown really is a game changer and we. We have such a clear line of sight on the pace of vaccinations and win. A majority of adults in our community are going to be vaccinated because of the recent approval of the johnson and johnson vaccine. So it's going to allow office workers to return at some level here Early in the summer late spring. We're talking to employers and companies that are that are making those plans now and it's going allow for leisure travel to resume at higher levels throughout our country in seattle can compete really well for the domestic leisure travel business which we believe is going to be sort of the first type travel to return likely before business travel and likely before international travel. People are dying to get out. We want him to come to seattle so office. Workers in leisure travelers and the seattle. That maybe hasn't been downtown in the last year. We want to invite them back. There's plenty of that is open today and more to come. So that's where we're focused. Some folks are speculating. That this pandemic has forever changed. The nature of work and that many employees may simply work from home indefinitely which could mean way fewer people shopping and dining downtown. Are you worried about that potential shift. I do believe the office and work does get recalibrated but the office isn't going away by any means but it mean that some folks might work from home owners days a week. That's generally what the research in surveys. Both in our own community around the country are saying so. The office in the downtown still has an important role to play. When it comes to work and collaboration in shaping a company an organization's culture i do think it gets a re recalibrated doubt. So recalibrate it. If you've got fewer workers around who else possibly could be drawn down to the core to to kind of make up for the for the flow of energy that used to be there. We'll we're investing still record levels in in housing in downtown so more than seven thousand. Units of housing are currently under construction. Were connecting our city to downtown in ways that are going to help people to take a train from northgate in just a few months. That comes every couple of minutes right into downtown. So there's there's new ways to get downtown. We're significantly in housing. And then we're investing in generational infrastructure projects like the waterfront park and a great new arena seattle center. So there's going to be new things to see inexperienced downtown that weren't here prior to this pandemic and there's going to be lots of new businesses that come in into spaces that were vacated by businesses that had to close through this pandemic so this plenty to look forward to new investments new experiences that we're not here prior to this pandemic and we want to celebrate those in addition to everybody that made it through this pandemic and that's able to reopen. Is there a scenario where you might see that. The downtown doesn't recover. And what would that look like. And what would that mean. There's a lot at risk here. And i don't think we can take anything for granted and every great city has a great downtown. I haven't been to a great city without a thriving core in as a as a city here in seattle in a community. We we've made a big bet on a healthy thriving downtown. We've passed many levies to invest in families and education universal pre-k low income housing and a great park system that is betting on a healthy economically. Vital downtown so we have a lot at stake on what happens on these three square miles of land for the entire city and really the entire region. So we've got to get this writing. We can take nothing for granted.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Exhibits using lights that responded to sound that you could clap and you could get them to do stuff you could manipulate them do you seem doing more with outdoor olympic sculpture park or with special events potentially yeah i think we're definitely going to doing more you know as the space evolves and as the city grows they were just seeing more and more people come to the sculpture park just as technology gets more advanced that definitely see us doing more exhibitions and especially more things with light it seems like that's kind of a a hot medium right now in the art world i'm going to move on to something that is totally unrelated appears totally unrelated i should say to all of this and it has to do with one of your advocation 's and i i couldn't help but come across because it's actually in the news release that announced you coming sam okay that you performed stand up comedy throughout new york yeah yeah about what i mean i off and then about what are you not so much hard dwell little bit i guess i don't know it came up once i went to a comedy show once and it was a like a class comedy class graduation thing and i was just saying how everybody was terrible and my co workers were like well you know aren't you talk if you're gonna talk the talk walk the walk this insurance this comedy class in end up doing okay i end up getting call backs and the next thing you know is doing a bunch of shows here and there and so kind of fun little side hobby are you going to keep doing it here in seattle heaven decided yet perhaps they got to find my space you know i gotta i gotta see find the right comedy club that i don't get heckled at too much all right so in the meantime though we can find out what your impact on sam will be maybe in the wi fi network yes comedy club in the collections database on youtube which we didn't talk about there's a youtube channel for seattle art museum of facebook instagram twitter all these various places thanks very much for joining us we've been talking with manish engineer he's the chief technology officer of.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"So technology does not have to be over i mean it really can be continuum in terms of how a patron experiences it yeah i think there's different levels i prefer to kind of like melt into the background or disappear into the background but it can't assistant in ways in enlighten and create a moment i think at the exhibition for a visitor sam has a number of locations so there's the seattle art museum this sort of the headquarters if you will downtown then there is the asian art museum which is in volunteer park which was the original location of the seattle art museum owner opened and it's undergoing serious renovation right now and expansion it is a gut renovation so they're really kind of taking everything out in just completely redoing it and it's going to be a beautiful space i think when opens up next year any discussions about the role of technology in what patrons see yes so we're we're actively looking at different solutions they're everything from an interactive map when you first walk into you know some more augmented reality mixed reality like i was talking about before we have a huge ceramics room that we want to kind of surface information that may not be evident when you're looking at a you know ancient pot from japan and may have writing on it that you may not understand and then looking at a app and see oh it actually means this perhaps or it is from this area and you can find out more so a lot of the things that we talked about that you've actually liked or thought about doing elsewhere might be applied and may obviously predate your arrival here but they may be applied in the asian art museum now yeah yeah i think so yeah it looks like we're rolling that out and planning right now what about the the other outdoor location of sam the olympic sculpture park which is can't recall how many years old probably ten fifteen years old somewhere in that range ten years old every year in winter there's this thing called sam lights and this last winter it's a one night celebration which seems a shame because it's really cool but it there were.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Them and they put it on a touchscreen display that you can just flip through basically and they kind of template that work so they can apply to any exhibition so now it's easy to deploy as cheap from the new frontier exhibition and people can come and interact with these manuscripts of artists from hundreds of years ago or fifty years ago and do so easily and you see people just really kind of getting into the artist's mind and yeah it's pretty easy to deploy and it's low cost there's also stuff that i think people wouldn't necessarily think of as a use of technology in a museum and they include things like video installations because so much of it is digital obviously these days seattle art museum has an exhibition coming up soon that might be considered in the right yeah we have exhibition coming up a double exposure the photographs of edward s curtis he's this american photographer and is being paired with three contemporary artists as well who are indigenous artists and they all are kind of interacting with this works and some of them use a technological approach yes yeah i talked a little bit about the layer app and one of the artists will wilson he has this works up there basically say he took these photos these tint type photos that are at the old kind of photographic method and he took those and then he also built this augmented reality kind of app using the layer app to interact with these photos so one aspect you see these really old photos of indigenous peoples and then another one you get your phone kind of comes alive with a layer app and the people start talking to you and so it's kind of the subject who was traditionally quiet and he's photos is now alive and is now kind of giving a reinterpretation of these works and giving a new perspective and playing music to music yeah one of the works that was my favorite was a violinist who was playing his music and he talks about this old children's song ten little indians that we've all know in her purred and you hear the song and i knew it all the time and he talked about it and he talked about how it was actually really about i think the genocide of native americans and u plays the song on his violin and.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Where art was acquired perhaps where it was painted see maybe we're acquiring art from certain location more than is in line with our mission statement perhaps or maybe we're acquiring art by gender more than we would like one way or maybe we're right in line where we're at and that kind of reaffirms or kohls you know it's funny you wish we should also talk about mobile fact that a lot of people essentially are married to their phones more so than anything else in their lives ucla people walking through the art museum taking pictures or taking pictures of other people and and calling themselves which is wrong get selfie as yourself but do you do you think that you can extend the mobile experience within the museum itself in new ways you talked about a our earlier yeah yeah no i definitely think that i think the lay our app that we're using right now extends that mobile experience and that's part of the reason why we are very concerned about making sure we have a strong you know wi fi infrastructure in the museum but yeah i think you know seeing people use their phone but we also want to make sure people are looking in and kind of look looking at the art itself and we definitely wanna make sure people are not you know holding their phone out and accidentally hitting the art by any means that never happens right it's never been anywhere yeah no nobody's ever going to admit it even if it has i'm talking with menashe engineer chief technology officer of seattle art museum when we come back we'll find out about how might technology applied to the being renovated asian art museum more outdoors at the olympic sculpture park you're listening to geekwire we'll be right back after a break.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"On twitter yeah and those kind of the big ones i feel like for me personally i think instagram is the most visual i enjoy following the most but all three are great ways interact with the museum and is there ever any discussion internally and there must be because i i know some of the curator's or have met them about how the best way to present something when it's not on the wall in the museum oh yeah i think there's definitely it's you know various by exhibition by artists so that's always a challenge of trying to record and display something digitally and on you know on your phone that experiencing in person is completely different and that's always a challenge how important is mobile do you think do you think it's increasing in importance is it kind of steady state to the museum experience i think it's incredibly important i think it's more important almost than desktop experiences now in terms of computing you know i i look at this next generation they're coming of age now and i i see them as only interacting with digital on their phone and that's it my my little niece showing watches youtube videos on her phone idea of watching something on tv is so antiquated to her and so i kind of see the similar thing with you know how we kinda display our art in terms of social media what else would you like to see done to help increase engagement outside of the museum walls we've talked about a number of things social media we talked about the website you know what are the things are exciting that you've seen elsewhere or that you think would be worth experimenting with yeah i think just kind of working with the community and i know there's a lot of developers that are doing just exciting curious projects are trying things out like you know just different hackers and just trying seeing what six the wall so anything from like any building an api to our collections database and seeing hey what can people do with maybe they can do an analysis on our collection or perhaps they can do something with in terms of geo location just trying different things out how would you use geo location on this kind of a situation do you think you could see.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Members of our museum and we're very grateful for the support but the same time from a business perspective we always want to be kind of agnostic to a certain extent i don't want to look i'm trying to promote a company's product we're not here to be platform for some product launch by any means at the same time you know we've done a lot of work with microsoft they they've been very generous donors with the museum and they've offered a lot of support they're rolling out things like the hollow lens they're doing a lot of work in mixed reality and arts and culture is just a great source of content for those platforms so i think it's kind of advantageous for them for companies like google and facebook as they were allow oculus to use arts and culture to help promote their products so you possibly see more stuff you'd be doing with outside tech giant's sort of it's undefined at this point and it wouldn't be exclusive it would just be definitely yeah i think i i kind of see them as pushing the you know the subjects in new places but i don't really see us as picking products specifically so things like a are or voice technology a i i want to work with these companies and kind of see hey what are you doing or how can we roll it into our collection and how people engage with art but not so much in like product specific you mentioned a are vr 'em are all part of the extended reality continuum the alphabet suit avail of extent reality and you talked about a couple of possible applications that's one way technology can be more overt if you will another way is content that is as some curator's call it born digital it's art that only ever has existed digitally is this something that that seattle art museum thinks about that it's your job to think about perhaps so definitely yeah we have a number of works right now in the collection that are digital only and it brings up very interesting topics in terms of conservation how do we store that work how do we sort longterm do we have on hard drives drifted back it up what about one hundred years.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"We're back i'm talking with monique engineer he's the chief technology officer at seattle art museum first time they've ever had a cto okay let me address the naming elephant in the room yeah did you take the job because of your last name or did you change your last name or how much grief you get because your last name maps to your job i it's actually pretty difficult yes my last name is engineer if anything i always have to explain people that that's my really like is my last name people think i've got fake job resume that i'm you know it's a template resume like john software or something so i always have to put in the cover letter yes this is my real name don't throw it away it's not junk mail and so if anything it's a hurdle to kind of get it especially in an arts organization well hopefully it's not frequently misspelled but it might now no it's okay that's the other funny part is as you know we were chatting before people always think that there's some exotic pronounciation like own junior or something and it's like now it's just engineer well technology which of course ties very nicely into that obviously the technology in art isn't always inside the art museum right google has its arts and culture up at highlights museum collections sam is not a part of that one at this point but i'm curious you know there's a lot of people trying to bring art outside of museums who aren't with museums like google what's the cto's role in cases like this arts and culture app and dealing with some of these tech it's well you know i think it's great for all of us because you know as kind of saying earlier you know we don't have big pockets but these these companies have you know.

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01:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Art and kind of pointing out things that that couldn't be shown in in the room physically and what kind of form might that take yes i think like the the website is often a good platform for that one of the really great things about momo when i was there was that they viewed the museum of modern art in new york as three locations the main moma and then their ps one their contemporary space and then the website and so they thought of the museum as three spots but the website had as equal importance as her physical space and so when they were creating content and when they were deploying an exhibition the website had a lot of prominence and they really work with the artists are really put up information there and i think that really helped it made the website kind of a place for discovery and additional information and education and maybe people who couldn't visit the museum could go there and just learn about the exhibition i'm talking with nisha engineer chief technology officer of seattle art museum when we come back we're going to talk about working with non museum tech giant's you're listening to geekwire we'll be right back after a break this geekwire podcast is brought to you by permira blue cross we sat down with torben nielsen premier as vice president of innovation and strategic investments to talk about the premiera chat bot developed in partnership with microsoft we call on scouts a with scout you could ask a whim i ant with my deductibles or am i eligible for particular procedure those some of the use cases and we're solving full right now and we'll be launching over the next few months and as we learn from our members how they engage with scout of usually scout becomes more and more intelligent as part of the machine learning process and that's part of the expertise that we partnering with microsoft on learn more about technology and innovation at premera blue cross at premera dot com slash innovation that's p r e m e r a dot com slash innovation.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Huge infrastructure of wi fi internet needs that people can log into so just kind of maintaining all those infrastructure needs but yeah they must on the one the big misconceptions that there's just a are in vr type were going on mixed reality and that's kind of where art is going but i think there's a lot of other things that go to kind of keep their ship running so so basically when people think about displays they just think about that they don't think about other things that technology might enhance in terms of an art museum exhibit exactly yes what about the audio guide i mean a lot of people like the most overt thing people think about when they go to an art museum and technology and it's evolved over the years it has and i think that's one of the biggest kind of contested or discussed topics if you go to any of these museum conferences you you'll hear just different viewpoint so here every museum around the world trying different things out everything from the old here's a number on the wall and you dial that number and get more information about it to augmented reality where you have a phone and you point your camera to the work of art and will then show additional information on the painting bubby arrows pointing to maybe where the artists painted over a may show like an xray of something on the backside on things like that are really neat and so yes it's of constantly evolving but there's always the discussion because a lot of those a our apps they require a app to download and that requires a conversion so you have to get some money museum gotta get them to download this app then you gotta get them to bring up this work of art and so that's a little bit a tricky thing to balance i guess where is sam right now on that spectrum of the from the old style to the sort of cutting edge i i wouldn't even frame it as old style so we kind of do everything we do both and we find that you know the dial the number part works really well keep it simple why over engineer you know y you know the whole astronaut pen versus a pencil if the pencils working fine now let's just keep going with it but we also work with third parties there's this.

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"seattle art museum" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"Yeah yeah i mean i think you know new york has very rich culture there but but sort of seattle and like i was saying i think the people here in the city has a very kind of tech savvy you know visitors that come to the museum's that kind of made it very interesting to engage with that community so tell me a bit about how you view your job what do you see the the mix of things being done because there is technology obviously in front of patrons and there's technology that just keeps them museum running yeah yeah so i think a lot of people don't realize all the technology that we use kind of on the back of house so there's a lot of databases we use for everything from ticketing systems to crm systems attrac are members and donors to are collections database there's this whole kind of sub industry of collection systems and so how we track our archives and our art that we have things like that so there's a lot of operational things that happen and as technology is of progressing now those things all need updating you know moving things to the cloud kind of making things more mobile just more user friendly that's kind of more of the back of house stuff and then on the front end you know people are engaging with things on online more they're looking to have all the information both on their phone but on social media so it was kind of both a furniture house in back of house so come to different things to tackle so it sounds like part of what you're talking about twos enhancing the out of museum experience if you will when somebody's not actually they're a little bit but also kind of the in museum experience also i think getting to the museum you know a lot of people are like well how do i get there where do i park how do i buy a ticket a lot of people have like mobile ticketing options have digital membership cards things like that to.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"If you haven't been inside an art museum lately you may not be aware that the experience of experiencing art is changing technology is increasingly part of fine art sometimes it is the fine art the pollution of the art museum experienced doesn't appear to have been lost on the seattle art museum the eighty five year old institution has hired its first chief technology officer and that means rethinking man perhaps changing the presentation of some fine art welcome to geekwire from geekwire dot com and seattle i'm frank katelyn oh gig wire contributor and host of the special interview series with some of the leading voices of the arts popular culture and science fiction i'm pleased to be joined by monique engineer mini shas the new sam cto coming to seattle from the well known museum of modern art in new york city his new role is described as overseeing technology and digital efforts to amplify the museum's mission and improve its operations many welcome thank you so you have both a masters of art degree and contemporary art and an undergraduate degree in computer science and engineering plus an nba how unusual is that combination of arts and computer science yeah i don't know how usually by it just makes me a little bit add i think and that's what kind of led me to it but i kind of reject the whole notion of left brain right brain i think people can be interested in both and yeah i haven't met too many other people with my background but it seems perfect for what you're doing right i think so yeah so i think i was a shoo in candidate when i applied for the job i'll check with the sam board about that after this what do you think made sam ready to hire its first cto at this point well you know i think you know they were just kind of having some general turnover and just having the backdrop of the technology seen here in seattle i think they kind of realized that they needed to bring a cto and to really amplify the mission of the museum what was appealing about coming to the seattle art museum from new york which you know has so many museums you could probably go to one each day in an and over a year not see all of them.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"seattle art museum" Discussed on About to Review

"Life of these people like so hugh do not see him like you used to see the pope in the nineties in these huge hats and the all of this jewelry and everything like no he wears the most basic white and he does that all over the world so egos running around seriously like if you pull it pictures of pope john paul in the nineties oh gosh i get his rough so they did talk a little bit about that how he made those conscious choices but then it just goes nowhere so yeah hockey the good pope and he's doing he's trying to do good work in the movie just doesn't highlight that and and not only is he a good public he's a good person like he truly is he has fantastic messages and yeah so anyway so moving on from that one another documentary that i saw recently at the seattle art museum in collaboration with the northwest film forum was boom for real the late teenage years of jeanmichel basquiat so this is about the well the league teenage years of the american new york based artist jeanmichel basquiat who really came to prominence in the late seventies before his very very untimely death in nineteen eighty eight he only he was twenty eight years old but has such a massive impact act on the new york art scene at that time going into this movie i knew a couple of baskets works but i knew nothing about kind of him.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"Signed in every architecture goal and that is a huge deal because it means american architects can't ignore the built environment that's all around them although venturi got most of the credit i never get the same old it's robert venturi and what's that wife doing hanging in there but learning from las vegas derives from the nieces experience on the strip which she then invited venturi along for not to mention denise his background survey shin and planning and her belief that spaces should be designed with people in mind architecture needed to say something to the maximum number of people not just the people who were educated in the themes of architecture venturi and scott brown loved the historical elements of architecture that anyone could recognize and so they say you know what people love houses of gables people like their banks to have columns out front so let's do that call consignia fi that a building is important since they're associated with banks and government buildings a triangular roof means that the building is a house if those elements hope people to understand the building architects should just go ahead and and them denise and robert put some of these ideas into practice in their own work one of the more extreme examples as they're designed for the children's museum of houston they put these oversize greek columns in the front which signal that it's a museum but because it's a children's museum the columns are bright canary yellow and mccullum's hold up a massive sign that says museum in big red letters you don't have to wonder if you've made it to the right spot it's pretty clear and they did this for adult museums to for example in cfo art museum is aside on the top of the building just says s a m seattle art museum and it's very big i mean not all their buildings had giant overt signs on them but the point is robert venturi and denise scott brown were not afraid of signs.

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"seattle art museum" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"seattle art museum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"seattle art museum" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You whatever you want whatever whatever flow to your boat you wanna say of queasy cuonzo you can say that i mean you can say anything you want and wouldn't that be appropriate don't that don't let that photo way they're greg i need a back um and because we're going to get to thank you very well done thank you thank you thank you i am i did want to say that there is a um a new survey that says that americans say religious aspects of christmas are declining in public life you do you think that's true and what's your evidence i wanna get to that and i'll get to the results that few survey in a moment one eight hundred nine five five 1770s sakes just a little bit of a storytelling might my wife and i uh to downtown on sunday this past sunday four days ago and we went downtown originally for a movie screening of this big new hugh jackman movie this coming out the greatest showman and this is one of those rare films of diane actually felt ok coming with me because a movie doesn't have a tension which he can't stand or violence um or slapstick uh and she doesn't like those three things so but she does he many movies but in any event um and after seeing the movie we were walking over to the seattle art museum where they have an absolutely fantastic exhibit that is one of those impressive art exhibits i've ever seen its andrew wioth the great hyper realistic painter painter of mood.

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"seattle art museum" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"seattle art museum" Discussed on KOMO

"Hear of more tickets being released for both seattle art museum as one very popular program going on right now the hottest show in town the icu summa infinity mirrors exhibit epa seattle art museum the museum says they added evening hours on wednesdays and saturday's but so many people were trying to get their hands on the additional tickets it crashed the servers don't be discouraged if you didn't get through you can still by day of tickets if you don't mind waiting in line the exhibit is here through september tap marina rockinger komo news i'm rick van cise komo extra much has been made of the difference between citydwellers i am country folk mostly having to do with the presidential election but washington post pollsters scott clemett found there's more than a political divide a real disconnect in the centre value that people in rural areas have between the low the big city more than politics or economics it's a cultural difference for that yet had to turn to questions like immigration like use toward religion and faith as well as of you about the wetter the losers in today's economy some of these attitudes have been around for a while so is the chasm widening hold a political caramel definitely whiting and that's one real motivation for this project we saw that donald trump won rule cart the country i twenty six percentage point backup earth fix team coins permit bromley of oran lower lowers the miller to the larger republicans had received in the past several election the post poll also found common ground the percentage of people facing economic hardship is the same in rural and urban america in both places one out of every five says they've had trouble paying bills in the last year and rely on government handouts rick van cise komo news i'm jay frosty abc radio sepa ticks from seeping any you've ever the prayed there are no bad dogs jeff thad dog owner weather say goes for parents according to financial frost there are no bad the poor parenting whatever biggest challenge his is changing parents behavior patterns when you say these paris any desperate times i am negative team that's very challenging in may that few tips from this supernanny.

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