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An L.A. Agency's Grassroots Drought Initiative Has Grown Into a Citywide Campaign

As California's drought continues to worsen, the city of Los Angeles has turned to a local ad agency to help change residents' water habits. The "Save the Drop" campaign, produced by Omelet, L.A., officially launched this week in conjunction with Earth Day and urges area residents to shift the way they use the state's increasingly precious resource. Show More Summary

‘The Water Diviner,’ ‘The Age of Adaline’ and other new movies, reviewed

In this week’s new releases, Russell Crowe makes his directorial debut in “The Water Diviner,” a film about an Australian father (played by Crowe) who travels to Turkey following the Battle of Gallipoli to find his three missing sons. In “The Age of Adaline” Blake Lively plays a centenarian who after accident stopped aging beyond age 29.Read full article >>

TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 18 - 24 April 2015

2 days agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

Here's an appropriate cartoon for Earth Day from Joel Pett. Kudos to my friend and colleague Aaron Wolf, who won one of the prestigious Heinz Awards! After great reflection I have added a new category: Bullst and Crap Detection. What will you find there? Stuff like this item. The current...

Sunken Russian Trawler Leaking Oil Off Canary Islands

An oil slick has been spotted in the water near the Canary Islands that is believed to be from a Russian fishing trawler that sank in the area last week [...] The post Sunken Russian Trawler Leaking Oil Off Canary Islands appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Why I Have to Keep Running

Re-posted from Cognoscenti. Until just recently, I was still running on a treadmill. I didn't trust my footing over patches of snow and dodging giant puddles of muddy water. For weeks, I've been waiting for the winter weather to endShow More Summary

Texas Pro-Life Bill Will Stop Starving Patients to Death by Denying Them Food and Water

Texas Right to Life announces that after weeks of intense negotiations, our concerns with House Bill 3074 are now addressed, and we are able to support the bill. State Representative Drew Springer (R-Gainesville), the bill’s author, strategically and patiently handled myriad concerns of diverse stakeholders. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday, John Waters! The Pope of Trash Is A Guest Judge On “RuPaul’s Drag Race”

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

"I want Hairspray on Ice! I want Serial Mom to be a TV show where she kills a different neighbor every week."

Quick Tip: An Easy Way to Put a Rigged Rod in the Car

3 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

After spending the last couple of weeks running around the wilds of Chile with the good folks at Magic Waters Lodge and getting in and out of cars and trucks from one fishing spot to the next, I finally stopped … more ?

'Orbital' Joins the Parade of Games to Get Updated for iPhone 6

I don't know what's in the water this week with a bunch of surprise updates for games that haven't been updated in a while, but I am all in favor of this continuing to happen. The latest game to get a surprise update? Orbital [$2.99 / Free / $2.99 (HD)], the rad puzzler from BitForge.

Captured Water Moccasin Bites Man, And He May Face Criminal Charges After Recovery

A water moccasin, or cottonmouth, was minding its own business last week in Florida when Austin Hatfield, 18, captured it. Now it’s dead, the man got a bite on his lip, and criminal charges may be pending. Some media reports, like Click...Show More Summary

Gus Bradley: Adrian Peterson trade not something we’re discussing

A report in the Pioneer Press this week listed the Jaguars among six teams that could trade for Vikings running back Adrian Peterson before or during the draft, but coach Gus Bradley did his best to throw cold water on his club’s inclusion on that list on Tuesday. Bradley was asked about the report and…

Brazil Pulls 50 Tons of Dead Fish From Olympic Waters

Vast numbers of dead fish have been hauled out of the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon in Rio de Janeiro over the last couple of weeks, and authorities are pretty sure they haven't died of excitement about the Olympic rowing and canoeing events to be held there next year. Dozens of...

7 things people are talking about right now when it comes to global progress

Forward thinkers in development gathered this week to discuss what’s next and what could be done better. The Skoll World Forum is a type of watering hole for the world’s do-gooders—a coming together of philanthropists, entrepreneurs, investors, artists, and technologists from across the globe.

Dicks Creek Gap to the NOC

So much rain! We seem to get rain or an overcast sky almost everyday. Except for the days we decided to spend in a cabin or white water rafting. Go figure. This past week has been awesome. We’ve set a new record for our most miles hiked in a day and also covered a distance......

This week on 'The Voice': Top 10 perform

"Something's going on tonight," host Carson Daly said after 17-year-old Koryn Hawthorne took the stage. Seriously, though. Something must have been in the water backstage on Monday night, because wow did some of these singers bring their A-game. Show More Summary

Calling a 5-Yr-Old ‘Transgender’ Is Child Abuse

A school in Maine got in hot water last week for feeding 5,6,and 7 year olds a “lesson” on being transgendered. But can a 5-year-old even be a “transgendered” kid? No. And to impress on them to think so is child abuse. Officials at a...Show More Summary

Michigan Shipwrecks Revealed: Coast Guard Posts Amazing Images Of Shipwrecks In Lake’s Crystal Clear Water

A series of Lake Michigan shipwrecks were revealed by the Coast Guard this week, with the winter’s retreating ice giving a glimpse of American history that’s been unseen for more than 150 years. The shipwrecks were captured on film last week by the U.S. Show More Summary

Why Comcast’s merger with Time Warner Cable may be in deep trouble

Comcast's massive $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable appears headed into rocky regulatory waters this week in the wake of reports that the Justice Department isn't sold on the idea — and in fact, the agency could have some serious questions about it. Could this lead to the merger's demise? Here's what we know so far.Read full article >>

Meet “Lucy,” a 1,582-ton tunnel boring machine that Tweets

When D.C. Water’s new tunnel boring machine was officially christened “Lucy” last week, one of her fellow “TBMs” seemed a little jealous.“Oh sure, everyone loves Lucy,” tweeted Lady Bird, apparently taking a break from boring a 100-foot deep tunnel alongside the Potomac River.Read full article >>

Enjoy The Day At The Aquaventuras Park in Puerto Vallarta! {Video}

Vacationers in town for the day or week can enjoy some fun in the sun at Aquaventuras Park in Puerto Vallarta. This massive water park features 10 water slides, a lazy river, a kids splash area and a swimming pool. The post Enjoy The Day At The Aquaventuras Park in Puerto Vallarta! {Video} appeared first on Growing Your Baby.

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