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Rivers of the World' Student Art Opens Tuesday, Inspired by D.C.'S Anacostia River, London's Thames River by US Deptartment of Education Posted Mon 15 Nov 2010 9:58am Contact:   Jim Bradshaw, (202) 401-2310, Event Date 1: November 16, 2010 To hel ... Read on »
Tap Dancers Rock River to River Festival by Terrence Taps !. Posted Thu 13 Sep 2007 12:00am At times like this, I am really envious of the folks that live in New York City! On Sunday, tap dancing was featured at the River to River Festival at Battery Park in Manhattan. I, unfortunately was not able to attend given that I live hundreds of miles away! Luckily, Matthew Murphy at Ranting Details was there and was kind ... Read on »
River Medicine: "There's a River with my name on it...." by Angela D. Facebook Posted Fri 27 Jul 2012 10:58pm I realized I need to post river pictures after reading the following in an article "There’s a river with my name on it…I don’t care if I have to stuff my I’ve-earned-this-ass into a bathing suit…the immediate relief on all things joint/muscle related is immeasurable!" The article is  Badass Gone Wild…uh…Camping  on a blog ... Read on »
Yangtze River is considered the most important river in China by Evaliang Posted Mon 25 Nov 2013 3:00am     Yangtze Flow is the lengthiest flow in Japan and third lengthiest flow on the globe only after Globe in African-american and Amazon in South east The america. Improving great from the Tanggula variety in Qinghai-Tibet Level, it goes for 6,418  China tour packages  miles eastward across most southeast element of Chinese suppliers supplie ... Read on »
Cleaning a dam on the Jordan River by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm The new section of the Parkway that I've been reporting on ends near a dam in the Jordan River. The water level in that part of the river was very low when I ran to the dam, and I saw that the center section of the dam was hinged and had been swung up in the air to let all the water flow through the dam. I saw a man on the dam poking in the water w ... Read on »
A big fish in the river by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm I saw two fish in the Jordan River yesterday. I heard a lot of splashing, and I saw fins of a big fish about two feet long breaking the water as the fish moved around. The river was shallow at that point, so the fish couldn't go very deep. I saw a smaller fish, about a foot long, next to the big one. Read on »
The river wash-out in Riverton by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm Last spring I reported that the Jordan River had washed out a section of the Parkway trail in Riverton City, and that Riverton had put in a temporary bypass around the damage. Today, my run was finally long enough that I reached the damaged area and was able to see the improvements made by the city. The damaged area has been repaired, and rocks ... Read on »
Jordan River is back to its normal flow by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm During my run, my turn-around was at the tunnel under 126th South. For the past couple of months, the river has flooded the path and has gone part way up the bank. This morning, the water level was back to normal and the path was clear. The tunnel under 106th South is still flooded, however. That water comes up through a drain, and the ground h ... Read on »
The Jordan River is going down (but not much, though) by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm Yesterday, when I looked at the Jordan River as it goes through the tunnel under 106th South, I could tell that the level of the water is going down slightly. Some kids have thrown rocks into the water, and those rocks give me a way to gage the depth of the water. When I looked at the water this morning, I could see that it had gone down about ... Read on »
The Jordan River is still rising by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm Every week when I run through the tunnel at 126th South, I can tell that the river is rising. Today, the river was at the highest level that I've seen during the past year. The path through the tunnel is usually only a few inches above the level of the water in the river, and the path was flooded soon after the river began to rise. The ground o ... Read on »