Event Date(s): 10/18/1997 | Event Location(s): Miami, Florida;Arlington, Virginia;Long Beach, California;Aspen, Colorado;Havana, Cuba;Jacksonville, Florida; | Description: 15:00:12 Newsfront anchored by Lisa Kim. 15:00:27 Kim teases headlines. Video of Pro Players Stadium in Mami, Florida where the World Series games are taking place and clip of the movie"Boggie Nights." 15:00:48 MSNBC's Barbara Harrison reports from the news desk with headlines 15:00:50 Harrison voices over video of Vice President Al Gore, military women and Gore's wife Tipper Gore at the ribbon cutting ceremony at Arlington's National Cemetary in Arlington, Virgina, commerating the opening of the a Women's Military Memorial. Shot of the memorial. Video of United States miltary guard walking in during the ceremonies. President Bill Clinton comments. 15:01:54 Harrrison voices over video of cargo being loaded, unloaded and stacked in Long Beach Port, California, in light of the tenative trade agreement between Japan and America. Video of a ship. 15:02:19 Harrison voices over video of the late Coke-Cola Chief Executive Officer Roberto Goizueta who died of lung cancer. 15:02:39 Harrison voices over video of Gore speaking at a conference celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Clean Water Act. 15:03:45 Harrison voices over video shots of a 40 foot squid. Zoologist Mark Norman comments. 15:04:43 NBC News correspondent Farland Chang reports live from Aspen, Colorado about the outdoor celebrations taking place there in memory of the late singer John Denver, who died in an airplane crash on 1997-10-12. Scenic shot of the mountains of Colorado. Vox pop. Video of Denver taking off in an airplane. Shots of Denver flying. Plane designer Burt Rutan comments. Video of a woman flying in an airplane. Shot of a plane that crashed into the roof of a house. Shot of men examining the damage of a plane crash on 1997-04-10. Video shots of a candle vigil in memory of Denver. 15:11:10 Kim introduces a clip from the Disney movie called"Air Bud." Kim talks with"Buddy" the dog's trainer Kevin Dichico (ph) and ASPCA public affairs representive, Peter Paris about"Woofstock," a special walk-a-thon event to raise money for homeless animals. Shot of Buddy shootting the basketball. 15:20:26 MSNBC's Rob Nikoleski report live from Pro Players Stadium in Miami, Florida. Nikoleski talks with MSNBC contributor Bob Nightengale about the World Series game between the Florida Marlins and Cleveland Indians. Video shots of teh Marlins playing against the Indians. 15:26:01 MSNBC's Rob Nikoleski continues to report live from Pro Players Stadium in Miami, Florida. 15:26:28 WTVJ-TV's Michael Williams reports on the starting pictcher for the Florida Marlins Levon Hernandez. Video of Hernandez striking out a baseball player up to bat. Shot of Hernandez brother Duke Hernandez pitching on a street in Havana, Cuba. Shot of Marlin's pitcher Hernandez on the pitcher's mound. Video of Duke holding up medals. Shot of Duke walking. Duke comments. Shot of Duke's two daughters. Duke playing ball on a street in Havana. Shot of Levon pitching. Levon comments. Shots of kids playing ball on the streets of Cuba. 15:30:17 Clip from the movie"Devil's Advocate." 15:30:39 Harrison reports from the news desk with headlines. 15:30:41 Harrrison voices over video of cargo being loaded, unloaded and stacked in Long Beach Port, California, in light of the tenative trade agreement between Japan and America. Video of a ship. 15:3208 NBC News correspondent George Lewis reports on the popularity with sports utiltiy vehicles. Video of sports utility vehicles in crash tests. Video shots of cars and trucks on the road. Vox pop. Video of an accident scene. Vox pop. 15:34:08 A NBC News"Today in America" segment with WTLV-TV's Jeannie Blaylock reporting from Jacksonville, Florida on a comic, who has a disability and just produced a new compact disc of his work. Video of disabled comic Chris Fonseca doing his stand up routine. Blaylock talks with Fonseca. 15:38:40 Kim talks with Christian Science Monitor film critic David Sterritt about new movie releases. Clips from"Boggie Nights" and"Devil's Advocate." 15:44:25 NBC's"Today" show entertainment correspondent Jill Rappaport reports on actor Mark Walhberg in the new movie release"Boogie Nights." Clips of the movie"Boogie Nights." Rappaport talks with Walhberg. 15:49:42 Clips fom the movie"Hope." NBC's"Today" show host Matt Lauer talks with actress/director Goldie Hawn about her directorial debut"Hope." Video of Hawn on the set. 16:00:21 News Chat anchored by Felicia Taylor. 16:00:31 Taylor teases headlines. Video shots of the funeral services for the late singer John Denver and two Mississippi teens walking with prison warderns who were involved in a shooting spree. 16:01:06 Harrison reports from the news desk with headlines. 16:01:09 Harrison voices over an aerial shot of a crowd attending the ceremonies dedicating a Women's War Memorial in Arlington's National Cemetary in Arlington, Virgina. Video of Gore, military women, and Gore's wife Tipper Gore at the ribbon cutting ceremonies. Video of Gore speaking. 16:03:02 Harrison voices over video of the late Coke-Cola Chief Executive Officer Roberto Goizueta who died of lung cancer. 16:03:08 NBC News correspondent Farland Chang reports live from Aspen, Colorado about the outdoor celebrations taking place there in memory of the late singer John Denver, who died in an airplane crash on 1997-10-12. Vox pop. Video of people at the ceremony. 16:07:13 Taylor talks with Denver's personal friend Pierre Cossette live in the studio, to discuss the ife of John Denver. Still shots of Denver. 16:14:17 Taylor talks with"Esquire" magazine Ken Kurson about the drop in the stock market which caused"Black Monday" in 1987. 16:21:35 Nikoleski reports live from Pro Players Stadium in Miami, Florida where game of the World Series is scheduled to take place. Nikoleski talks with the Florida Marlins head groundskeeper Alan Sigwarbt. 16:26:06 Nikoleski continues to reports live from Pro Players Stadium in Miami, Florida where game of the World Series is scheduled to take place. Nikoleski talks with NBC Sports correspondent Jim Gray.